Unit chief Special Agent Sam Cooper has handpicked an eclectic group of profilers to work outside the confines of Quantico. They include Beth Griffith, strong-willed and outspoken, the newest member of the team; Former British Special Forces soldier Mick Rawson, confident and handsome, works as a highly-skilled marksman; John "Prophet" Sims, a former convict with a street-smart edge and a calm, Zen-like presence, who is determined to make amends for past sins; Gina LaSalle, an attractive, tough agent armed with a cunning sense of perception; and Penelope Garcia, a computer wizard.
Cooper and his Red Cell team are called to Cleveland to investigate a series of child abductions.
The Red Cell teams travels to Ohio to track down a killer targeting single businessmen.
Cooper and his Red Cell team are called in by the Tucson Police Department to capture a serial killer who removes the eyes of the victims.
Mick finds himself being taunted by the serial sniper who he and the team are charged with tracking down.
After an explosion rips through a small town school, the team must track down the bomber before another attack occurs.
The red cell team tries to find a serial killer who is travelling across the country kidnapping and then hanging his victims.
A case involving the abduction of several women becomes personal for the red cell team when one of the victims, "Jane Doe," is never reported as missing.
After a spree killer targets Oklahoma City residents, Cooper and the red cell team are called to step in before the situation escalates.
The Red Cell team must track down a suspect who is kidnapping young mothers. Meanwhile, Beth discovers why this particular case hits close to home for Mick.
The Red Cell team is asked personally by FBI Director Fickler to find the estranged daughter of a federal judge, who is his longtime friend.
Cooper and the red cell team try to find a killer who disfigures the faces of his victims.
Our team arrives in Dallas to track down what looks to be a serial killer who is randomly killing people in crowded areas and leaving the gun at the scene.