Wed, May 4
Being a staunch defender of justice, Hotch (Thomas Gibson) is practically the last person anyone would expect to see taken into police custody ... but it happens in "The Storm," the new episode that ends the series' 11th season. He's accused of conspiracy, and his BAU colleagues believe someone has framed him as part of a much bigger scheme. Frances Fisher ("Titanic") and Sheryl Lee Ralph reprise their earlier guest roles. Joe Mantegna also stars.
Can the orangutans of Northern Sumatra survive? They will if ecologist Chris Morgan has anything to do with it, and he returns to this series in "The Last Orangutan Eden." With their population being threatened by deforestation, Morgan witnesses some of the animals being taught essential survival skills. He also sees how their interaction with one another may be crucial to preventing their possible extinction.
Most family members do whatever they can for the woman of the house on Mother's Day, but the members of the Heck clan have differing reactions when Frankie (Patricia Heaton) gives them a pass in the new episode "Not Mother's Day." However, a supermarket encounter with a stranger causes her to alter her decision. Guest star Marsha Mason returns as Frankie's mom. Robert Pine ("CHiPs") also guest stars. Neil Flynn, Eden Sher and Atticus Shaffer also star.
Still despondent over the team's recent loss, Diggle (David Ramsey) is determined to find Andy (guest star Eugene Byrd) and even the score in the new episode "Genesis," directed by "Rookie Blue" alum Gregory Smith. Oliver and Felicity (Stephen Amell, Emily Bett Rickards) also seek vengeance by trying to find a way to vanquish Damien Darhk (guest star Neal McDonough). A vacation ends up anything but relaxing for Thea and Alex (Willa Holland, guest star Parker Young).