Criminal Minds is a good choice for fans of the crime genre, but there is more to this show than just the gruesome cases. Some episodes of the show are quite sympathetic, too. In “The Uncanny Valley,” for example, we meet a young man named Vincent Rowlings, who is obsessed with the murder of his mother. He is so obsessed with the murder that he tries to recreate it, even though he doesn’t want to.
Greg’s death is a tragic case, but the killer isn’t done yet. The killer spends the night with another man and overhears Greg talking to someone in the lobby. The killer then searches the internet and finds a video of Greg giving a press conference when he tried to target the copkiller.
Although this show is similar to countless police procedurals, it stays true to its formula, making it easy for the showrunners to follow the formula. The show centers on the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit, which works on crimes across America. Most episodes take place at the FBI’s headquarters, so it’s hard to see much of the action happening outside the bureau’s walls. Nonetheless, each episode features a new crime or threat to the FBI’s mission. In addition to the crime solving, we see a lot of banter between the FBI agents.