In a letter to fans explaining Moore’s surprise departure, executive producer/showrunner Erica Messer said it was Moore’s decision to leave the show “to try new things.” creator Shawn Ryan, Neal H. He’ll also serve as a producer on the project, inspired by the 2003 Sony movie that was based on the 1975 ABC series produced by Aaron Spelling and Leonard Goldberg.
Moore, an original cast member, exited the show last March after appearing in 251 episodes.
His character, Morgan, had survived a harrowing kidnapping and decided to leave the BAU to focus on life and family.
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His family: His co-stars played a big role in his final episode, A Beautiful Disaster, as it was directed by co-star Matthew Gray Gubler (second from left) and co-written by Kirsten Vangsness (not pictured).
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CBS just announced Moore will guest star in the 12th season finale on May 10, reprising his role as Derek Morgan.
Announcing Shemar's departure after an incredibly long run, Executive Producer Erica Messer to the cast in a letter which CBS has now shared with fans, the move may be a shock to some but it was a welcomed one by the veteran star,'It was definitely a surprise that he wanted ''To leap,'' as Shemar said, ''to try new things.'' For those reasons, we have nothing but love and respect for him and his choice.
But it doesn't mean we can't also be really, really sad.'Shemar told TV Line: 'I need balance in my life.
Mark Gordon, Erica Messer and Breen Frazier are executive producers for ABC Studios in association with CBS Television Studios.