With special guest star NAACP Image Award (and Emmy Award) winner CHARLES DUTTON, the BAU team investigates a string of brutal bludgeonings in Philadelphia and is led to the city’s boxing and underground MMA scene, in search of the killer. The series stars actor SHEMAR MOORE, was written by NAACP Image Awards nominee Janine Sherman Barrois. Directed by Rob Hardy
Revealing look at the little-known story of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s fraternity days as a member of the country’s first black fraternity, Alpha Phi Alpha.
Val is conflicted when Malcolm wants to hire her for a special event. Keisha, though still angry with Malcolm, gives Val her blessing to work with him.
A party at “V” leaves Val with more dates than she can handle, but after a pep talk from Keisha, she quickly learns how to juggle.
When a good samaritan is killed outside a nightclub parking lot while trying to prevent an abduction of a young female, our team tries to track down the identity of the missing woman.
Prentiss enlists two former friends from Interpol to track down an old enemy, as Reid discovers clues that could help the BAU locate the missing parents of an autistic boy in Lafayette Parish, Louisiana.
The team investigates a corpse made to look like a scarecrow who had a very active married life. Elsewhere, Cam worries about the stability of her relationship with Dr. Lidner.
Teddy begins to feel comfortable in his own skin and decides to visit a bar in West Hollywood where he soon realizes he forgot his wallet and is forced to turn to Ian for help.
Stefan is shocked when Katherine reveals new secrets about what really happened in 1864. Damon tries a new tactic to resolve his issues with Mason.
Local authorities in Edgewood, NM summon the BAU to investigate a truck driver kidnapping women and disposing of them in random locations as he tries to find a new mother for his daughter.