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The ratings for Bones keep dropping lower each season. There's also been talk that season 10 will likely be the show's last. Will Fox cancel their long-running series or renew it for an 11th season instead. We'll have to wait and see.
Bones revolves around a married couple who use their skills as an FBI agent (David Boreanaz) and a forensic anthropologist (Emily Deschanel) to solve difficult cases. The show's cast also includes Michaela Conlin, Tj Thyne, Tamara Taylor, and John Francis Daley.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher the ratings (particularly the 18-49 demo), the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available -- typically the following morning, around 11:30am Est/8:30am Pst. Refresh to see the latest.
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One of the cutest and most articulate little actresses on the primetime small screen today was contracted last year to take over the role of "baby" Christine Booth on Bones last spring. Little Susanne and Ali Hartman, who played Christine up until she was a toddler, was the perfect physical mixture of Brennan and Booth, or so we thought. But, as the blessed parents of adopted children will attest, people see the parental resemblance they want to see in the features of children -- even when there is no genetic connection.
So it is that from this moment forward in the Bones universe fans across the globe will marvel over how physically similar little Sunnie Pelant is to Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz, and how remarkably she resembles the perfect combination of Bones-Booth personality and temperament. And what a relief it is because there was much gnashing of teeth »
"Mommy says size is determined genetically." Looks like little Christine inherited more of Brennan's (Emily Deschanel) qualities than Booth's (David Boreanaz) on Bones! In an exclusive sneak peek from Thursday's episode, "The Geek in the Gluck," Christine (How has she gotten so big already?! They grow up so fast!) is sounding an awful lot like her mama when Booth attempts to make her eat her breakfast. Yes, it's adorable, and yes, you will melt a little bit. But the breakfast table chatter soon takes a more serious turn when Booth and Brennan start talking about Christine's future and have very different opinions. (Shocker!) Watch our exclusive clip above to see »
"Whips, chains, nipple clamps..." That is exactly how Bones is lightening the mood this Thursday after two emotional episodes dealing with the death and aftermath of Sweets' (John Francis Daley) shocking death. No, Booth (David Boreanaz) and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) walking into "a sex dungeon" isn't the set-up for a joke or the beginning of a fan fiction story a la Fifty Shades of Grey. It's what is going down in our exclusive sneak peek at the Fox hit's all-new episode, "The Purging of the Pundit." Press play on the clip above to see Boreanaz and Deschanel try (and fail!) to keep a straight face while talking about the kinky episode! Plus, we find out just how many »
CBS’ Amazing Race picked up the pace some in Week 2, drawing 6.2 million total viewers and a 1.2 demo rating — up 12 percent and a tenth from its premiere.
Leading out of that, Hawaii Five-0 (9.7 mil/1.3) inched up 8 percent and a tenth, while Blue Bloods (10.7 mil/1.2) was steady.
Over on ABC, Last Man Standing returned to 6.6 mil and a 1.2, matching its April finale’s demo rating but down 20 percent from its Season 3 premiere. Shark Tank (7.1 mil/1.8) dipped 5 percent and a tenth.
Returning to their Friday homes, The CW’s Whose Line Is It Anyway? (1.3 mil/0.4) was down a tenth from its previous, Monday outing, »
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The Performance | Bones fans, think back to Season 1’s Brennan, who offered scientific rationale in every situation and never encountered a belief at which she couldn’t scoff. Now, consider this week’s episode, in which Brennan nimbly centered her husband as his emotions spun him out of control and delivered a heartbreakingly beautiful tribute to her recently killed colleague, Sweets.
The reason we can believe that both of those Brennans are the same »
The show, and the Jeffersonian team, must go on. The Fox hit's gang said goodbye to Sweets (John Francis Daley) after his shocking death at the end of the season 10 premiere, and it was an extremely emotional episode for Booth (David Boreanaz), Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and the rest of the team. But after the devastating loss of Sweets, executive producer Stephen Nathan assured that Bones will still be Bones. "Bones is not going to turn into a dark show where they are dealing with these demons all of the time," he said. "We are going to be back on our traditional Bones footing very quickly." And that footing includes a new big bad, a new baby and a new partner... Saying »
The current season of the hit Fox series Bones is its 10th, which is a milestone that most shows will never achieve, let alone do so while still feeling fresh and like there’s still so much further to go. After the events of Season 9, there are huge ramifications that everyone will be dealing with, testing Booth (David Boreanaz) and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) more than ever before. During this recent interview to discuss the current direction the show is headed in, showrunner/executive producer Stephen Nathan talked about the affects of losing a major character this season, that a show has to change and evolve, plans for the 200th episode, the developing dynamic between Booth and James Aubrey, and the rotating cast of Squints. Check out what he had to say after the jump. Question: Can you talk about having Booth and Brennan with Sweets (John Francis Daley) when he died? »
- Christina Radish
Are you still reeling from the surprise death of Lance Sweets in Bones' Season 10 premiere? So are the show's characters.
On Thursday's episode (8/7c, Fox), Booth (David Borenanaz), Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and the rest of the Jeffersonian team work diligently to find clues to both find out who murdered Sweets (John Francis Daley) and solve the larger FBI conspiracy. Needless to say, emotions are running high...
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- Adam Bryant
We'll get through this together, Bones fans. Still reeling from the shocking death of Sweets (John Francis Daley) in the season 10 premiere? We are, too. And so is the Jeffersonian team as Thursday's all-new episode finds them doing whatever it takes to find his killer. In our exclusive sneak peek above, Booth (David Boreanaz) and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) have their main suspect, but are hitting some obstacles on their road to justice. Watch the emotional clip above to find out who the team thinks is Sweet's killer. In the season 10 premiere, fans were left with their jaws on the floor as Sweets died in Brennan's arms after being beaten to death. "The entire situation for »
The following story contains major spoilers from the Bones premiere, so, if the episode is still sitting on your DVR (or you reside on the West Coast), you best steer clear.
“It was not a fun day.”
That’s Bones co-star Tamara Taylor’s refreshingly blunt assessment of the day John Francis Daley shot his final scenes as Dr. Lance Sweets, whose life was cut shockingly and tragically short in Thursday’s Season 10 premiere.
Related Bones Ep Reveals Why Sweets Had to Die
You may remember that in 2005, there was a new show about people who solved crime using bones. It was called, unsurprisingly, Bones, and it starred the guy from Buffy and Angel and the woman whose younger sister was in Elf. Remember that show? It hasn’t gone anywhere. Or maybe it would be more accurate to say that it’s gone everywhere—Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and back again—but it hasn’t gone away. Whether you’ve been watching for a decade or fell off the wagon years ago, we have the ultimate season-by-season guide to get you »
- EW staff
We caught up with the stars of the smash Fox series to get exclusive scoop on what's coming up!
Bones is back!
After a long and frustrating summer, our darkly amusing drama finally returns tonight, and we're predicting the Season 10 premiere will most definitely be worth the wait. How do we know this, you ask?
We recently caught up with the stars of the beloved series, David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel, and after nearly passing out from their overwhelming good-looks, we got the inside scoop on all the craziness coming up this season for our case-solving duo.
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To get your fix before tuning into tonight's premiere, take a look at our exclusive interview with the stars above to discover what's next for Booth and Brennan's relationship, details on their new house, and a very special message to the devoted fans out there! Plus, could »
This season of Bones is the hit Fox series’ 10th, which is a milestone most shows will never achieve, let alone do so while still feeling fresh and like there’s so much further to go. After the events of Season 9, there will be huge ramifications that everyone will be dealing with, testing Booth (David Boreanaz) and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) more than ever before. During this recent interview to promote the show’s return, actors/producers David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel talked about how Booth and Brennan will be dealing with Booth being in jail, how long they see the show continuing for, how they’re feeling about where the show is at now, the addition of new characters, their upcoming 200th episode, and how the relationship between Booth and Brennan will continue to evolve. Check out what they had to say after the jump, and be aware that there are some spoilers. »
- Christina Radish
Season ten, time for blackmail! When Bones returns on Sept. 25, Booth (David Boreanaz) will still be behind bars, and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) is willing to do whatever it takes to bust him out. Even blackmailing a federal prosecutor. In this exclusive sneak peek from the Fox hit's premiere, Booth's wife is doing just that...without fear or hesitation. "There is a statistical risk that you could arrest me," Brennan says to the shocked prosecutor, before pulling out that awesome Hunger Games-related line: "The odds are far more in my favor." Watch the clip below to see just how badass Brennan is while getting her blackmail on. But don't think that just because »
The road to Booth and Brennan’s momentous marriage on Bones was paved with… awkward kissing?
In the following exclusive video from the Fox drama’s Season 9 DVD release (in stores next Tuesday), stars David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel reminiscence about their characters’ uncomfortable wedding rehearsal — which featured the actress’ real-life husband David Hornsby as the minister.
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“It is strange,” admits Deschanel. “I have to kiss [David] in front of my husband. It’s just very awkward.”
But thankfully, all that “nervous energy,” as Boreanaz puts it, didn »
I imagine that many stars feel the same way about junkets. Sit through a full day of interviews and by the late afternoon, you could pretty much take the mic and conduct the full conversation with yourself. So when I sat down with "Bones" stars David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel on Monday (September 9) afternoon and they learned they would be sharing a microphone for the interview, Boreanaz decided to do just that. You might hear me at the very beginning announcing that I was out of a job, but I didn't ask a single question in the three-minute interview, in which Boreanaz did an admirably thorough job of touching on many of the points which, I must confess, I was probably going to inquire about. The enthusiastic Boreanaz asks his co-star -- Deschanel deserves some sort of award for being a good sport -- most of the important questions about »
- Daniel Fienberg
Fox drama "Bones" enters the decade club when the show returns with its season premiere on September 25.
"It is a big deal," Emily told Access Hollywood at Fox's Fall Eco-Casino Party in Santa Monica. "It's a short list of shows that have made it to 10 seasons, so I feel very honored to be among that company. So, it's pretty exciting. I can't believe it. I feel, in one sense, I blinked and then I'm here. I did a ...
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This upcoming season of the hit Fox series Bones will be its 10th, which is a milestone most shows will never achieve, let alone do so while still feeling fresh and like there’s still so much further to go. After the events of Season 9, there will be huge ramifications that everyone will be dealing with, testing Booth (David Boreanaz) and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) more than ever before. While at Comic-Con, showrunner Stephen Nathan talked to press at a roundtable interview about what to expect from Season 10, where they’ll be picking back up, where things are at with the team at the Jeffersonian, that Hodgins (Tj Thyne) will feature more prominently, that there will still be some humor, keeping things fresh after a decade, and that, even though they haven’t been renewed for further seasons yet, everyone wants to return. Check out what he had to say after the jump. »
- Christina Radish
Cinematographer Caleb Deschanel will be honored at the annual Camerimage International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography in Bydgoszcz, Poland, with the fest’s lifetime achievement award, which recognizes “exceptional filmmakers… who changed the way movies are made with their creativity, visual skills and passion for their craft.”
The event, now in its 22nd year, will be held on November 15 – 22.
Deschanel has been nominated for five Academy Awards over a career during which he helped shape the look of such films as Philip Kaufman’s “The Right Stuff,: Barry Levinson’s “The Natural,” Carroll Ballard’s “Fly Away Home,” Roland Emmerich’s “The Patriot,” Mel Gibson’s “The Passion of the Christ” and Timur Bekmambetov’s “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.”
In 2010, he was honored with a lifetime achievement award by the American Society of Cinematographers.
In a statement, Camerimage praised Deschanel for his pioneering work with the Steadicam, »
- Peter Caranicas
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