“Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders” alum Daniel Henney will stay in the “Criminal Minds” franchise as he has been cast as series regular in Season 13.

According to Deadline, Henney will reprise his role as Special Agent Matt Simmons, the character he played in “Beyond Borders” for two seasons before it was ultimately canceled by CBS. Matt was previously attached to the International Response Team, but he will now be joining his colleagues in the Behavioral Analysis Unit.

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In the past, Matt reached out to the people from BAU, and he was also instrumental in the release of Dr. Spencer Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler) when he was arrested in Mexico in Season 12.

Prior to his casting in “Criminal Minds” as series regular, Henney already appeared in the series twice. The first time was in 2015 in the backdoor pilot episode for “Beyond Borders,” and the second time was in February in relation to Dr. Reid’s Mexico arrest on murder charges.

Henney’s other TV credits include a role in three other CBS shows, “Three Rivers,” “Hawaii Five-0” and “NCIS: Los Angeles.” He also starred in NBC’s “Revolution.” On the film side, the actor lent his voice to “Big Hero 6” and starred in “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” and “The Last Stand.” He is represented by CAA and More/Medavoy Management.

Meanwhile, Henney’s return to “Criminal Minds” is not the only cast-related news for the series. After his short stint in Season 12, actor Damon Gupton has also left the series.

While speaking with Variety, showrunner Erica Messer previously explained why Gupton was cast in the show. “It’s always a challenge to bring somebody new into a group that has functioned together as long as the BAU has. It’s like, ‘OK, what role needs to be filled?’ So we brought him in with specialty in the espionage world,” she said.

Following Gupton’s exit, “Criminal Minds” cast members Kirsten Vangsness and A.J. Cook inked new deals. The co-stars have held out for salary parity with their male co-stars. Their pay increase requests were granted, and both of them will reprise their roles in Season 13.

“Criminal Minds” Season 13 will premiere on CBS sometime in the fall.