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A.J. Cook and her husband Nathan Anderson have both confirmed on Instagram that they are expecting their second child, another boy.
CBS greenlights the new season of the police procedural series as the show's five leads have sealed new two-year deals with the studio.
The former member of Destiny's Child teases 'Girls (That Rule the World)' in a promo shoot which boasts a fierce image of herself.
She will guest star in the series' sixth season finale before rejoining the show full-time in the fall.
The preview offers, among others, a glimpse of Caesar who leads the apes to break out of the laboratory and conquer the town.
Joining the 'American Idol' judge on the annual list are Reese Witherspoon, Jessica Simpson, Emma Stone, Jennifer Hudson, Zac Efron and Kellan Lutz.
These two victims of creative and budget cut are in talks to return to the CBS show under the command of a new showrunner.
A.J. Cook confirmed that she is reprising the role for an episode which would see the last of Paget Brewster's Emily.
Given a proper goodbye in this episode, JJ will deal with 'other more powerful elements in the government.'
The talks have come to a conclusion that JJ would be given a proper closure when the sixth season airs this Fall.
Showrunner Ed Bernero reportedly likes the idea of bringing back the actress' JJ even if it is only for an episode this Fall.
When fans heard that network bosses have decided not to renew her contract, they launched an online campaign to have her back on the show.