“People” — The love just keeps on growing!
Actress Jennifer Love Hewitt is set to welcome another baby with her husband, Brian Hallisay, later this year, her rep confirms to PEOPLE.
“Jennifer and Brian are thrilled to be expecting their second child,” her rep says.
The couple, who are already parents to 13-month-old daughter Autumn James, secretly wed five days before welcoming their baby girl in November 2013.
Although Hewitt, 35, told PEOPLE in April that parenthood was initially “terrifying,” she credited her former Client List costar, Hallisay, 36, with being the strong support system she needed in the delivery room.
“He should be a male doula. I was really worried that I was going to get that face — ‘Mmm, what’s happening here?’ — and I’m not good at the faces so I would’ve been like, ‘What does that mean? What does that mean!’ ” she joked during a September appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
“But he was just like, ‘This is great. I am so proud of you right now. This is awesome, you look beautiful.’ I was really proud of him.”
THE BAU SEARCHES TALLAHASSEE FOR AN UNSUB WHO ALERTS THE AUTHORITIES BEFORE COMMITTING CRIMES, ON “CRIMINAL MINDS,” WEDNESDAY, JAN. 21
Series Star Joe Mantegna Directed the Episode
“Anonymous” – The BAU searches Tallahassee for a serial killer who calls the authorities to report the crimes prior to committing murder. Also, as Rossi prepares for a weekend visit with his daughter, Joy, he receives startling news about the death of a comrade in Vietnam, on CRIMINAL MINDS, Wednesday, Jan. 21 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Series star Joe Mantegna directed the episode.
CHEAT TWEET: As the BAU investigates a case in FLA, Rossi must bury an old friend on @CrimMinds_CBS #CBS 1/21 9pm http://bit.ly/1zP3eVR
Joe Mantegna (David Rossi)
Thomas Gibson (Aaron Hotchner)
Shemar Moore (Derek Morgan)
Matthew Gray Gubler (Dr. Spencer Reid)
A.J. Cook (Jennifer “JJ” Jareau)
Kirsten Vangsness (Penelope Garcia)
Jennifer Love Hewitt (Kate Callahan)
Russell Richardson (Thomas Scott)
Hilary Ward (May Scott)
Ray Abruzzo (Frank Cosgrove)
Shirley Butler (Betty Wright)
Sewell Whitney (Peter Goodwin)
Amber Stevens (Joy Struthers)
Meeghan Holaway (Cheryl Grant)
Sandra Cevallos (Dr. Mahaffey)
Frantz Turner (Clarence Wright)
Candace Leung (Nurse)
Robert Dunne (Young Rossi)
Joseph H. Johnson Jr. (Young Harrison Scott)
Lindsay Pulsipher (Estelle Cosgrove)
Cooper J. Friedman (Timmy Cosgrove)
Paul Carafotes (Dale Crawford)
Adam William Zastrow (Keith Doheny)
Stephan Smith Collins (Dr. Urman)
J.J. Johnston (Impatient Man)
Elise Buedel (Carol Murray)
Cynthia Kania (DMV Supervisor)
Sean Summers (DMV Employee)
Eric Almquist (Greg Murray)
Ernie Charles (Orderly)
Willie J. Williams (General Williams)
STORY BY: Danny Ramm and Bruce Zimmerman
TELEPLAY BY: Bruce Zimmerman
DIRECTED BY: Series star Joe Mantegna
“Fate” – The BAU investigates random murders in northern Virginia and searches for a conflicted UnSub who has an uncontrollable urge to kill but is also filled with remorse. Meanwhile, Rossi receives a visit from a woman who could hold a secret from his past, on CRIMINAL MINDS, Wednesday, Nov. 26 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Guest stars include Tina Holmes (“Six Feet Under”) as architect Ellen Connell and Amber Stevens (“22 Jump Street,” “Greek”) as Joy Struthers.
“The Boys of Sudworth Place” – When a prominent attorney goes missing in Boston, the BAU unearths secrets in his past which could point to the reasons for his disappearance, on CRIMINAL MINDS, Wednesday, Nov. 19 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
“Hashtag” – When victims with large social media followings are found dead in Maryland, the BAU searches for an UnSub taking on the persona of an Internet urban legend. Meanwhile, Morgan and Savannah struggle to find quality time for each other with their busy careers, on CRIMINAL MINDS, Wednesday, Nov. 12 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.