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Cast members (L to R) Annie Funke, Daniel Henney, Gary Sinise and Tyler James Williams of the CBS show, "Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders", appear at the Television Critics Association (TCA) Winter Press Tour in Pasadena, California, January 12, 2016. REUTERS/David McNew

"Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders" (CMBB), starring Gary Sinise (Jack Garrett), Alana De La Garza (Clara Seger) and Daniel Henney (Matt Simmons), will have a new episode titled "Obey." It is about an American singer's dead body that was found in Jamaica. Read on to learn more about it.

Spoiler alert: This update contains more 'Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders' spoilers. Continue reading only if you want to know more about the upcoming episode.

"Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders" Season 2, episode 11 will show the International Response Team (IRT) being called in to investigate a case in Jamaica. According to a CBS press release, the episode involves a singer from the US whose dead body was found on a rural road in Jamaica's blue mountains.

'Obey' guest stars and 'Criminal Minds Beyond Borders' cast

"Obey" was directed by Gus Makris and written by Daniele Nathanson. The Internet Movie Database (IMDb) lists the following actors and actresses as guest stars in this episode: Katie Amess (Sandy Weeks), Michael Cory Davis (Inspector Shaw), Ray Dennis (Kyle), Clyde Goins (Bob Woodson), Japheth Gordon (Winston Barlow), Jaida-Iman Benjamin (Tisha Bailey), Marty Bingham (Russian Prison Guard #1), Patrick Cage II (John Doe / Zion Andrews), Mike Gray (Malcom Williams) and Brian D. Mason (Damian Andrews).

Peter Macon (Deputy Superintendent Banner McDaniels), Shakira Ja'nai Paye (Abigail) and Hawthorne James (Jimmy) will be seen alongside the above-mentioned stars. The rest of the "Criminal Minds Beyond Borders" cast members such as Annie Funke (Mae Jarvis) and Tyler James Williams (Russ "Monty" Montgomery) will also appear in "'Obey."

'Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders' episodes

'Blowback' recap

"Obey" comes after the previous episodes titled "Blowback," which aired on April 26 and "Type A," which was shown on May 3. "Blowback" featured the IRT getting investigated. It happened because of a murder investigation that involves a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agent as the prime suspect. Unfortunately, the suspect died during the said investigation. The IRT discovered that someone in the FBI was behind the suspect's murder and was also responsible for the murder attempt against their team. This episode was written by Christopher Barbour and directed by Nina Lopez-Corrado.

'Type A' recap

"Type A" was directed by Christoph Schrewe and written by Tim Clemente. It showed an investigation that involves a series of killings in Taipei. Supervisory Special Agent (SSA) Prentiss (Paget Brewster) from the "Criminal Minds" Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU) appeared in the episode to inform the IRT that the Taipei killings are the same modus operandi (M.O.) used by a serial killer in the US that used to terrorize Brooklyn in 2001. The case immediately became personal for Clara.

'Abominable' and 'The Ripper of Riga'

The episodes after "Obey" are "Abominable" and "The Ripper of Riga." "Abominable" was directed by Jennifer Lynch and written by Matthew Lau. It airs in the US on May 17. Meanwhile, "The Ripper of Riga" airs on May 17. It was directed by Mikael Salomon and written by Adam Glass.

"Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders" airs on Seven in Australia. In the US, the police procedural crime drama airs on Wednesdays at 10-11 pm EST on CBS. The episode "Obey" will air on May 10.

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