Do you have 300+ hours of your life to spare? Great, because there are more than 300 episodes of Criminal Minds that you could, and should, start bingeing.

The long-running CBS series is about to enter into its 15th, and also final, season in the 2019-2020 season, and if you're looking to catch up on it before it's over, you've got time. The show follows a group of behavioral profilers who work for the FBI as members of its Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU). Over the years, the show has seen cast members come and go (Mandy Patinkin started with the series back in 2005 before Joe Mantegna took over as the Senior Supervisory Special Agent) and produced not one but two short-lived spin-offs (Beyond Borders and Suspect Behavior). But since the original series is still going strong as it heads into its final stretch, we're here to help you catch up with all the action.

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Is Criminal Minds on Netflix?

Good news! Criminal Minds is on Netflix! However, there's a catch: Only the first 12 seasons are on Netflix. It's unclear if there are plans to add the two most recent seasons, Seasons 13 and 14, to the streaming site any time soon.

Is Criminal Minds on Hulu?

Nope. Criminal Minds is not currently available to stream on Hulu.

Is Criminal Minds on Amazon Prime Video?

Currently, all episodes of Criminal Minds are available on Prime Video, but you've got to pay to watch them. You can purchase an entire season (ranging from $9.99 to $34.99), but individual episodes are all priced at $2.99. You can also purchase CBS All Access as an add-on channel for $5.99 a month and stream all of Season 14.

Is Criminal Minds on CBS All Access?

Criminal Minds is on CBS All Access, but not all of Criminal Minds. Currently, only the 15 episodes of Season 14 are available to watch. If you're looking to see earlier seasons, you're out of luck.

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