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Bones already has plans for a major crossover in Season 11, and now it’s lined up a major guest star for this fall as well. As first reported by TVLine, Betty White will appear on the Fox drama this season as “an accomplished, sharp as a tack squintern.” Per TVLine, White will play Dr. Beth Mayer, “who is brought in to assist in a murder linked to fantasy football — which just happens to be one of her many areas of expertise. With a half century of work under her belt, Dr. Mayer is considered the world’s most experienced forensic anthropologist, which will lead to some serious competition with Emily Deschanel’s Brennan.” White’s past TV credits include Community, The Client List, 30 Rock, Boston Legal, and, obviously, The Golden Girls, on which she played Rose Nylund. Most recently, she was a series regular on TV Land’s Hot in Cleveland, »
- Chris King
White, who just wrapped a six-season stint on "Hot in Cleveland," will next appear on an episode of the Fox procedural's 11th season as Dr. Beth Mayer, a forensic anthropologist who's as experienced with crime-solving as White is with acting. TVLine first reported the news, with White later confirming the role on Twitter.
Wanted to let you know first that I will be joining the @BONESonFOX family for an upcoming episode this fall! #Bones
- Betty White (@BettyMWhite) August 27, 2015 According to TVLine, Dr. Mayer is "an accomplished, sharp as a tack squintern who is brought in to assist in a murder linked to fantasy football - which just happens to be one of her many areas of expertise. With a half century of work under her belt, Dr. Mayer is »
- Katie Roberts
“24’s” Mary Lynn Rajskub will guest star in a fall episode of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” as an art gallery owner and infatuation of Joe Lo Truglio’s Charles. Fox’s fall premiere of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” comes Sept. 27 and includes a guest appearance by Bill Hader as the precinct’s new captain. [release]
Betty White will put that big brain of Dr. Brennan (Emily Deschanel) to the test in this season of “Bones.” In an episode scheduled to air in October, White will play a “sharp as a tack, absolutely fabulous ‘squintern'” with a deep knowledge of fantasy football — a subject that just happens to be related to the crime in question. “Bones” comes back to Fox on Oct. 1, and, as TV Line reported earlier this week, »
- Whitney Friedlander
The "Hot In Cleveland" alum will guest star as Dr. Beth Mayer in an episode of the series, now entering its eleventh season.
Dr. Mayer is a forensic anthropologist who is "accomplished" and "sharp as a tack," according to the network. She is brought in as the newest squintern to help on a murder connected to fantasy football, something she has an expertise in.
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Bones is not messing around in Season 11.
The long-running Fox procedural has tapped Betty White to guest star as the Jeffersonian’s latest squintern, TVLine has learned.
White will play Dr. Beth Mayer, an accomplished, sharp as a tack squintern who is brought in to assist in a murder linked to fantasy football — which just happens to be one of her many areas of expertise. With a half century of work under her belt, Dr. Mayer is considered the world’s most experienced forensic anthropologist, which will lead to some serious »
Further to the announcement some weeks ago, Fox has announced more details about its forthcoming TV crossover. The forensic investigation of Bones will meet the supernatural strangeness of Sleepy Hollow for a two-part crossover event on Thursday the 29th of October.
Here’s the official press bumf that Fox has circulated…
“Just in time for Halloween, the scientific world of Bones meets the supernatural world of Sleepy Hollow in a crossover event to thrill the living, the dead and everything in between, airing Thursday, Oct. 29. On Bones (8:00-9:00 Pm Et/Pt), the grisly discovery of human remains lead Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and Booth (David Boreanaz) on a hunt for clues, during which they encounter Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) and Abbie Mills (Nicole Beharie), searching for answers of their own. »
Fox confirmed the special episodes and offered up details Thursday morning at the Television Critics Assn. press tour in Beverly Hills.
The crossover will start as a “Bones” episode, in which the discovery of human remains lead Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and Booth (David Boreanaz) on a hunt for clues. During their search, they encounter Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) and Abbie Mills (Nicole Beharie) who are searching for answers of their own. Realizing that they are after the same evidence, the foursome team up to solve the mystery.
Immediately following, the second hour will pick up during “Sleepy Hollow,” as Ichabod’s former nemesis is back from the dead, causing Abbie and him to require advanced forensic expertise to stop him, bringing in Brennan and Booth to unlock 18th century secrets using 21st century science. »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Bones will meet Sleepy Hollow in a crossover event set just in time for Halloween, Fox confirmed today at the Television Critics Association summer press tour. The crossover begins on Bones, Thursday, October 29 at 8 Pm when the grisly discovery of human remains lead Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and Booth (David Boreanaz) on a hunt for clues, during which they encounter Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) and Abbie Mills (Nicole Beharie), searching for answers of their own. Realizing… »
The upcoming "Sleepy Hollow"/"Bones" crossover (not to be confused with the hollow bones syndrome that afflicted Emily Mortimer's character on "30 Rock") is a throwback to an earlier age in TV, when crossover episodes were common, and not just between two shows with a common producer (which NBC still does with its Chicago fire/cop/hospital series), nor even between two shows that seemed particularly compatible. Before Fox's day at press tour, we got some more specific details about the event, which will happen on October 29. Just in time for Halloween, the scientific world of Bones meets the supernatural world of Sleepy Hollow in a crossover event to thrill the living, the dead and everything in between, airing Thursday, Oct. 29. On Bones (8:00-9:00 Pm Et/Pt), the grisly discovery of human remains lead Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and Booth (David Boreanaz) on a hunt for clues, during which »
- Alan Sepinwall
After saving lives on “Grey’s Anatomy” and saving the world from terrorists on “24,” Kim Raver is joining the FBI in a guest starring role on Fox’s “Bones.” The actress will play Special Agent Grace Miller, who is involved in the investigation surrounding the disappearance of David Boreanaz’s character, FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth, in the first two episodes of the 11th season. From 20th Century Fox, Far Field Productions and Josephson Entertainment, “Bones” centers on a highly skilled forensic anthropologist and an FBI agent, played by Emily Deschanel and Boreanaz, respectively. The unlikely partners take on homicide »
- Debbie Emery
The crossover will reportedly be two episodes, one for each show, and will feature multiple character from each show stepping into the other’s universe.
Very few details are known about the episodes at the time, including a specific date to expect to see them.
A crossover is a particularly strange idea, considering that Bones and Sleepy Hollow are two very different shows that take place in two very different universes. Sleepy Hollow is a supernatural drama, while Bones is a more realistic police procedural.
The eleventh season of Bones and third season of Sleepy Hollow will both begin on October 1, 2015. Bones stars Emily Deschanel as Dr. Brennan and David Boreanaz as Agent Booth, and Sleepy Hollow stars Tom Mison as Ichabod Crane and Nicole Beharie as Abbie Mills. »
- Justin Cook
Two of TV’s favorite odd-couple partnerships may get the chance to meet during the 2015-2016 season. Sources confirm that Fox is planning to bring characters from “Sleepy Hollow” and veteran procedural “Bones” together for an upcoming crossover event, although details on when the crossover will air and which characters may be involved remain under wraps.
According to Variety sister site TVLine, which first reported the crossover, “the EPs at both shows have an inventive idea in place that organically merges the vastly different ‘Bones’ and ‘Sleepy’ universes.” While the crossover was initially planned for a fall debut, “logistical issues” necessitated the postponement of the meet-cute until spring.
- Laura Prudom
Set your scream times for this fall, because Fox has announced their fall TV series premiere times, slating Ryan Murphy's Scream Queens for a two-hour premiere on September 22nd, Sleepy Hollow’s third season debut for October 1st, and Minority Report’s series premiere for September 21st.
Press Release (via TV By the Numbers): "Fox has set the fall premiere dates for its new and returning series.
The 2015-2016 season begins with the 67Th Primetime Emmy® Awards, which returns to Fox, airing Live coast-to-coast from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday, Sept. 20 (8:00-11:00 Pm Et live/5:00-8:00 Pm Pt live). The special will be hosted by Emmy® Award-winning writer, actor and comedian Andy Samberg (Brooklyn Nine-nine).
- Derek Anderson
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Warning: The following contains spoilers from Thursday’s season finale of Bones.
In a season finale that felt like the show was bidding adieu for good, Bones on Thursday night found Booth and Brennan saying goodbye to their colleagues as they prepared for a fresh start somewhere else — even as a videotape featuring an old foe surfaced.
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“Pelant is in the past,” Brennan declared. “I won’t have him steal the new life Booth and I are going to live.”
Meanwhile, Hodgins declared that he and Angela didn’t need the $4 billion(!) Pelant stole, which his wife recovered, »
Hey, "Bones" peeps. It is with great pleasure that we can officially inform you that Fox greenlit your favorite show for a brand new season 11, so new spoilers, photos,videos, castings and all that great stuff will be coming in the future weeks and months, so definitely keep your eyes peeled for that. The renewal announcement actually happened back in early May 2015 after the show was able to finally close a deal with the two main stars: David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel, according to TV Line. They also report that showrunner ,Stephen Nathan, will be briefly leaving Bones to work on his other Fox projects. However, he's set to come back in the latter part of the season. Showrunners ,Jonathan Collier and Michael Peterson,will be filling in for him. The new season 11 is set to start in the Fall 2015. »
- Andre Braddox
Bones could look very different in Season 11 if TVLine’s exclusive video preview of tonight’s finale (Fox, 8/7c) is any indication.
VideosBones Finale Sneak Peek: ‘Pelant’ Sends the Team a Flowery Warning
“You see a lot of the characters questioning what they are doing in this profession and whether they want to continue working this way anymore,” star Emily Deschanel teases in the trailer.
And that includes Booth and Brennan, who after dealing with marital troubles, stabbings, imprisonment and the loss of a friend, could use a fresh start somewhere else.
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"Don't you think we might need a change?" Whoa, is Bones about to change forever? Hot on the heels of Angela (Michaela Conlin) and Hodgins' (Tj Thyne) decision to move to Paris, it looks like Brennan (Emily Deschanel) is also ready to make a major change in the Fox hit's season finale. And Booth (David Boreanaz) is not exactly thrilled. In our exclusive sneak peek at "The Next in the Last," Booth and Brennan have a heated conversation after he finds a stack of very organized job offers, and confronts Brennan, only to learn she is definitely considering a "change." "These are the types of decisions that we deal with and talk about as a team," Booth says, »
Is there an apothecary in the house?
Outlander on Wednesday announced that French actor Dominique Piñon will portray the mysterious Master Raymond in the second season of the Starz drama, currently in production in Scotland.
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In addition to being a “healer with a great deal of knowledge regarding secret matters, both political and occult,” Master Raymond will develop a unique bond with Claire following his introduction next season.
Piñon might be best recognized by American audiences as John Vriess, the paraplegic engineer in 1997’s Alien: Resurrection. »
Break out the blue for Emily Deschanel and David Hornsby! E! News has confirmed with the actress' rep that the Hollywood pair have welcomed their second child together, a son. No other details—including height, weight and the their baby boy's name—are available at this time. The Bones star's rep told E! News exclusively that she and her It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia hubby were expecting baby No. 2 back in December. Their new little bundle of joy joins the couple's first son, Henry Hornsby, who was born in September 2011. The duo's exciting news also came during a very special time for the TV actress, who celebrated the hit Fox series' milestone 200th episode, »
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