Shemar Moore's Cryptic Message Makes Fans Think He Might Return to 'Criminal Minds'
We know that all fans of Criminal Minds are devastated since they announced the end of the police series after 15 seasons.
Since its premiere in 2002, many actors have been part of its cast. Now Criminal Minds fans expect to see some faces that have been missing from our screens for a long time.
When they announced that season 15 would be the end of the entire series, many of their fans began to speculate on what the outcome of the whole story would be. The most recent of these speculations seem to indicate that actor Shemar Moore could be back on the team.
Shemar, who was once known in the criminal procedure series as Derek Morgan, was for many one of the most beloved and beautiful faces that have been part of the group of FBI agents.
He now plays Daniel "Hondo" Harrelson in S.W.A.T., but one of his most recent tweets promoting a new episode of this police series aroused the firm suspicion that the actor was giving his fans a clue about his return to Criminal Minds.
Shemar wrote in the post: "Homies, fans, n BabyGirls! There is a NEW EPIC episode of #SWAT this Thursday".
Homies, Fans, n BabyGirls!!! There’s an ALL NEW , EPIC episode of #SWAT this Thursday .... HONDO’s in the hot seat 🔥💺 ... but he can handle the HEAT 😜💣💥 ..... BUT FIRST..... Make sure to watch last weeks episode on… https://t.co/Zfs187WoOM— Shemar Moore (@shemarmoore) April 28, 2019
Although at first there seems to be nothing suspicious in the words of Shemar, there is a small word that refers directly to the show that takes place within the BAU; "BabyGirl" is the exclusive way in which the supervisory special agent Derek called his co-worker, Penelope Garcia (Kirsten Vangsness).
Yes anything for you my sweetness..."In Penelope Garcia's voice" 😊😘💗💕— VWauneka (@v_wauneka) April 28, 2019
What is more interesting is that there seems to be no other case in which Shemar referred to her fans on social networks as "girls", so some of his fans are convinced that it is a clue and they responded accordingly.
He waits in silence ... waiting for a sign of HOPE 🙏🏼 ... there are only TWO more episodes of @swatcbs left in SEASON 2 !!! Be sure to tune in THURSDAY at 10/9c on #CBS ... You DON’T want to miss a thing!!! #swat #swatcbs #rollswat 💣🔥💥 pic.twitter.com/PbjcyMvoCB— Shemar Moore (@shemarmoore) May 9, 2019
The executive producer of the program mentioned earlier this year the possibility of recovering old characters for the end of Criminal Minds, so it is really possible that Shemar will decorate our small screens once again under the uniform of the FBI.