AMC is cooking up a return of 'Breaking Bad'
NEW YORK (AP) -- No new episodes of "Breaking Bad"?
No problem for the AMC network.
AMC said Tuesday that it will fill its Sunday night schedule for nearly two months with reruns of the popular series that starred Bryan Cranston, which aired its last original episode last September.
Every episode will be shown during the network's "Breaking Bad Binge."
Episodes will air from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. every Sunday night, from Aug. 10 through Oct. 5.
AMC will add some extras, including interviews with cast and crew members prior to each episode.
Jennifer Love Hewitt joining 'Criminal Minds'
NEW YORK (AP) -- CBS says Jennifer Love Hewitt is joining the cast of "Criminal Minds" this fall.
She will play Kate Callahan, a seasoned undercover agent whose superior work at the FBI has earned her a place in the Behavioral Analysis Unit.
Hewitt is returning to series TV after five seasons starring on CBS' "Ghost Whisperer," which aired from 2005 to 2010. Before that, she was in the ensemble of the Fox drama "Party of Five." Her films include "I Know What You Did Last Summer" and its sequel.
CBS says her "Criminal Minds" character will be introduced in the series' 10th season premiere, set to air Oct. 1.
Publicist: Shia LaBeouf treated for alcoholism
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A publicist says Shia LaBeouf is being treated for alcoholism.
Melissa Kates said Tuesday the 28-year-old actor has not checked into a rehab facility but is receiving voluntary treatment for alcohol addiction.
Kates said in a statement that LaBeouf's recent actions -- which include an arrest for disrupting a Broadway play -- are symptoms of a larger health problem.
She said he has taken the first of many necessary steps toward recovery.
LaBeouf was charged with disorderly conduct, criminal trespass and harassment during a production of "Cabaret" last week.
TV food star's new show delayed after online tiff
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The Travel Channel is delaying the new series "Man Finds Food" after its star's online war of words.
The channel said Tuesday that Adam Richman's show has been postponed indefinitely, but it didn't explain why. "Man Finds Food" was to debut Wednesday.
The channel's move came days after the slimmed-down Richman posted his photo on Instagram with the hashtag "thinspiration."
Some who viewed it accused Richman of glorifying negative body images. His response to one was to "grab a razor blade" in a bathtub, an apparent reference to suicide.