She further reveals that her own son Ashar is involved in the frame job but he is not the ultimate culprit behind this. The culprit turns out to be Eric Rawdon.
He is a psychopath who is hell-bent on blowing up a major city so that he can see it burn. He is the one who framed Hotch since the team leader wrote up his profile and also testified against him and that eventually resulted in jail time.
Meanwhile, Fox’s Empire fuelled Primetime dominated the demo (2.4) on its night but Criminal Minds drove the total viewer train (8.3 million).
In both metrics, ABC came in third with 1.5 and 5.7 million. It started at The Middle (1.7, 6.9M), The Goldbergs (1.9, 6.6M), Modern Family (2.2, 7.4M), Black-ish (1.6, 5.6M) and 10 PM country-music soap Nashville (0.9, 3.9M). CW was best at 8pm with Arrow (0.7, 2.1M), and Supernatural (0.6, 1.5M) after that.
Now, NBC secured the fourth position with the help of Heartbeat (0.7/4.1M), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1.1/5.2M) along with its highest rated show, Chicago P.D. (1.2, 6.2M).
Season 11 had a lot of disturbing episodes and Drive deserves honorable mention among them. Every one of us gets into some kind of ride these days (Uber!) to travel from place to another.
This episode reminds you to be careful where you are getting into since the driver may just have a guillotine at home and it’s quite easy to build too! Check out all the episodes in the above link.
Stay tuned for more updates on Criminal Minds!