||Mystery, Thriller, Crime, Drama, Suspense
||Thomas Gibson, Joe Mantegna, Mandy Patinkin, Paget Brewster, Matthew Gray Gubler, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Lola Glaudini, Shemar Moore
If there is one genre that the old television networks in the US knows how to produce for long-term and safe is criminal TV series. The recipe is already easy: Take a police department or supervisory body that decodes a different episode every week, added semi-charismatic researchers who can carry a plot on their shoulders 45 minutes, mix here and there serial plots of criminals on whose tracks takes more time to trace, spend the novels in the workplace and decoration can be decorated with the final result in the name of the initials such as "CSI" or "NCIS." If you run out of letters, Which will reveal the nature of the series to the casual viewer, as in the case of "Criminal Minds".
Joe Mantegna the 66-year-old has an impressive resume with dozens of films such as "Three Amigos", "The Godfather 3" and "Personal Accommodations" and appearances on many TV shows. The last of them was the "Joan of Arcadia". For the Simpsons, his voice will be familiar with that of the fat gangster Tony, whom he has been on and off since 1991. Before playing a bass career, he played bass guitar in a small ensemble, and last summer was a guest of the Chicago Rock band. "To get on stage was to go back 45 years, my band then went on a tour with Chicago and when they invited me to perform with them I was terribly afraid," he admits with an embarrassed smile. "Along the way, I also gained a union with Al Pacino, who also hit the stage, and we went out together to bow down to the crowd and it was exciting, but I have no plans to return to the stage.