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Bones returns to Monday nights next week with the final stretch of its ninth season, which promises to present Booth and Brennan with a situation like none they’ve ever experienced, according to executive producer Stephen Nathan.
“Sort of the past few years, the cliffhanger was Pelant . It was a serial killer. This time, we wanted our ongoing threat — at least from the end of season 9 to the beginning of season 10 — to be something very vague and conspiratorial rather than one evil person,” he tells EW. “It took us in a very, very different direction and put the characters in »
- Sandra Gonzalez
As is so often the case when she meets a new assistant, Brennan (Emily Deschanel) isn't exactly thrilled to meet Rodolfo.
He does, however, have a lot of expertise. That should be helpful when dealing with bones coming out of a septic tank.
But will Rodolfo be able to handle Brennan's typically dismissive attitude? He is, after all, her equal in many credentials.
Maybe the new squintern can prove his worth to the others -- Brennan does listen to them.
"The Repo Man in the Septic Tank" episode of "Bones" airs Monday, March 17 at 8 p.m. Et/Pt on Fox. »
There's nothing like a little Buffy the Vampire Slayer nostalgia to cap off a long week. The titular tiny fighting machine and current star of The Crazy Ones paid a visit to her Angel, aka David Boreanaz, on the Bones set this week—and happily shared a photo of their reunion for their still-adoring fans. Oh yes, and there's Emily Deschanel, too. "@David_Boreanaz @EmilyDeschanel- A tale of two leading ladies #Bones #Bvts," tweeted Gellar, who also firmly declared herself Team Angel (sweet dreams, Wheedonites) during a Reddit Ama session yesterday. Asked to name her favorite Buffy episodes during the Q&A, the 36-year-old actress named "The »
Buffy and Angel, together again! Sarah Michelle Gellar reunited with former onscreen flame David Boreanaz on Thursday, Feb. 27 -- but it wasn't the steamy encounter fans necessarily wanted. The Buffy the Vampire Slayer paramours were joined by Boreanaz's Bones love interest Emily Deschanel in the photo uploaded to Gellar's Twitter. "A tale of two leading ladies," the Crazy Ones star, 36, captioned the amazing snapshot of Boreanaz, 44, sandwiched between Deschanel and Gellar. Gellar's latest Buffy teaser comes two weeks after she reunited and shared an Instagram photo [...] »
Angel and Buffy forever!While Sarah Michelle Gellar's TV heroine dated Riley (what a dud!), had a thang with Spike and a one night stand with that horrible college boy Parker Abrams, we always wanted to see her get back with David Boreanaz's tortured vamp.And now, the former "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" stars have reunited ... with another woman in the picture.Smg, David and his "Bones" costar/current onscreen love interest Emily Deschanel posed for a pretty epic photo together on Thursday, which Gellar captioned "A tale of two leading ladies."It's been almost 17 years since the debut of the beloved WB-turned-upn show, and about 11 years since they were last seen together onscreen during the "Btvs" series finale. During an Ama with Reddit yesterday, Gellar was asked who she thought Buffy should have been with: Angel or Spike."Angel," she replied, in all caps. Another fan re-asked the Q, »
- tooFab Staff
Sarah Michelle Gellar's Reddit Ama on Thursday (Feb. 27) reveals a lot about the usually private actress. From "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" to her current show, "The Crazy Ones," Gellar had plenty of tidbits to share.
But the most important bit of information? She is Team Angel.
In case you've been living under a rock that doesn't get TV reception, Angel (David Boreanaz) was Buffy's first and arguably greatest love on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer." A vampire with a soul (and a lot of brooding), Angel was a difficult boyfriend at best. At worst, he tried to kill her family and friends and end the world.
Which of David Boreanaz's leading ladies do you prefer? He spent several years with Sarah Michelle Gellar on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" before departing for his own show ("Angel"), but he's now married to Emily Deschanel's character on their current show, "Bones."
Which team are you on? Boreanaz is on both, apparently, judging by the mind-melting photo that just made its way online.
Gellar tweeted a picture of her on some sort of set with both Boreanaz and Deschanel with the caption "A tale of two leading ladies." It doesn't seem like there's any bad blood between Boreanaz's past and present TV loves, so it seems safe to commit yourself to both teams.
.@David_Boreanaz @EmilyDeschanel- A tale of two leading ladies #Bones #Bvts pic.twitter.com/URyIgflPbD
-- Sarah Michelle (@RealSMG) February 27, 2014 »
The next time anyone sees "Bones," it will be on a Monday. Starting on March 10 with "The Secret in the Sludge," the show will air Mondays at 8 p.m.
The case of the week in "The Secret in the Sludge" is connected to a terrorist, bringing back Prinze as CIA Agent (and old Booth buddy) Danny Beck. Brennan (Emily Deschanel) isn't exactly thrilled at the CIA's intrusion on the case, especially since -- due to insurance woes -- she is being pressured to stay out of the field for the most part.
Does this mean the end of the Booth-Brennan partnership at work? Hopefully no, since that is one of the very best parts of "Bones."
"Bones" will return Monday, March 10 at 8 p.m. on Fox. »
That's about right in a year that got the crime-solving couple from cohabitation to an engagement to a wedding. Season 9 may be only partially over, but there have been plenty of loving moments -- holding ice cream, sitting in the diner, hanging from ropes off the side of a cliff ...
Remember when "Bones" fans were content with just a longing look and a joke kiss under the mistletoe? Ah, how audiences can get spoiled! And thank goodness for that.
"Bones" Season 9 returns with new episodes Monday, March 10 at 8 p.m. on Fox. »
Who needs a valentine when you've got Bones?! There's no need for fans of Fox's hit drama to feel lonely this Valentine's Day as we've got an exclusive video valentine straight from stars David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel to share with you that's sweeter than chocolates and more refreshing than flowers. Seriously, this video valentine may just make your heart burst from adorableness (or cry into your pillow that you have yet to find a love like Booth and Brennan's). After the recent renewal and move from Friday nights back to Mondays, we consider this exclusive video the cherry on top of our Bones sundae. So. Much. Kissing. Hey, we're not complaining, especially »
"Bones" has already been renewed for Season 10, but there are already some plans in place for the series finale -- whenever that is. Series creator Hart Hanson has apparently had ideas for years of how he wants the procedural to end.
In an interview with TVGuide.com, Hanson says that he first came up with his finale idea way back in Season 4. He wants the main characters of Booth (David Boreanaz) and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) to take some time to look back over all the work they accomplished together over the years.
It's not quite as simple as that though: "It would take place in a spooky world where all the victims they got just for show up, perhaps as ghosts. And a few bad [guys] too," Hanson explains.
Who might be those ghosts? Hanson says he wants to see such blasts from the past as Senate intern, Cleo Eller (the »
There are lots of ways to make a proposal memorable, but how many compare to "Bones" fans getting engaged on the set of their favorite show? Add in the assistance of Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz (and jokes from Ryan O'Neal) and the engagement of Kelsey Goff and Michael Scott truly began in epic fashion.
How did this happen? In the fall of 2013, "Bones" ran a contest for fans in which the prize was a visit to the show's set in Los Angeles. Goff entered on behalf of herself and her boyfriend. When she won, the surprise proposal was set in motion.
Up until the moment the proposal happened, poor Scott didn't really know it was going to happen. The result? He said yes, and a great deal of laughter followed.
After the proposal, Zap2it chatted with Deschanel and Boreanaz about proposals.
Goff and Scott obviously had the most »
"Bones" stars Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz are great at comedy when they want to be. And what better time for that than in a sort-of ad for the 2014 Super Bowl? Fox has released a short video of the two driving and discussing the football game on their network.
It's one of those amusing things in which the actors are both in and out of character at the same time. Boreanaz calls his co-star "Bones," for example, while Deschanel references her sister's show, "New Girl," airing right after the game.
The actors also manage a plug for "Bones" and "Enlisted" on Fridays before Boreanaz comes up with the brilliant idea of driving to the Super Bowl.
"But first, let's pick up 'Enlisted' people, 'cause they have military cars!" he says.
That's as good a reason as any.
"Bones" airs Fridays at 8 p.m. on Fox. The Super Bowl is on the same network Sunday, »
Fox comedy-drama Bones is about to join a very elite club – TV shows that made it to ten seasons. Speaking to reporters, Chairman of Entertainment for Fox said:
“Over the course of nine seasons, Bones has grown from a hit crime procedural into a beloved pillar of our line-up that resonates with fans in a way that only the best of shows can. Our viewers have embraced Emily, David and the entire cast and characters of Bones as their very own, and I think they are going to love what Hart Hanson and Stephen Nathan have planned for Season 10!”
Bones first premiered on Fox in September 2005 and is essentially an investigation-based show about forensic anthropology and archaeology. Each episode explores an FBI case based on human remains presented to Dr Temperance “Bones” Brennan (Emily Deschanel) by FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz). The premise is loosely based on the »
- Sarah Myles
"Bones" has been renewed for Season 10 on Fox for the 2014-2015 television season. But are there really more stories to tell on this romantic procedural after so many years?
The Season 10 news came along with an announcement that "Bones" would be moving back to its Monday, 8 p.m. timeslot as of March 10. The series, which has previously aired on every weeknight over its nine seasons, occupied this position on the schedule during the fall of 2013.
This is great news for "Bones" fans ... or is it? A Season 10 renewal means that "Bones" will reach the 200th episode milestone -- a huge deal for any program nowadays -- and it means at least one more year following the investigations of Dr. Temperance Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and Special Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz). Those are good things. The bad part may come in when we consider if there are any stories left to tell on "Bones. »
Break out the celebratory tin! Bones has officially been renewed for a 10th season by Fox, the network announced on Wednesday. And that wasn't the only good news Fox had in store for fans of David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel's longrunning drama: it's moving back to Monday night! Beginning March 10, Bones will return to its old timeslot, Monday at 8 p.m. Kitchen Nightmares is set to take over Bones' current timeslot, Fridays at 8 p.m., on Friday, Feb. 28. "10 is it," Boreanaz tweeted of the good news. "Bring the magic and bring the love for @BONESonFOX . #Back" "Over the course of nine seasons, Bones has grown from a hit crime procedural into a beloved pillar of »
“Bones,” Fox’s longest-running current drama, has been renewed for a 10th season, the network announced Wednesday. Also, the 20th Century Fox Television series is returning to Monday nights for its final episodes of this season.
After airing on Fridays for a couple of months, “Bones” will take over the Monday 8 p.m. slot currently occupied by “Almost Human,” which wraps its first season on March 3. The final Friday original episode of “Bones” is this week, and the first episode in its new (old) timeslot will be March 10.
Fox also announced that Gordon Ramsay’s alternative series “Kitchen Nightmares” will return to the schedule on Friday, Feb. 28, taking over the “Bones” slot and leading into comedies “Raising Hope” and “Enlisted.”
- Rick Kissell
Outnumbered: BBC One, 9pm
The fifth and final series of the semi-improvised comedy kicks off tonight, and the adorable and often unwittingly hilarious kids we came to love in 2007 have all grown up. Karen is starting secondary school, Jake's gotten himself a tattoo to the horror of his parents (the exasperated Hugh Dennis and Claire Skinner) and Ben... well, Ben is still Ben - just taller.
David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel (yes, the other one's sister) return in the ninth season premiere of the crime drama. Brennan (Deschanel) doesn't understand why Booth (Boreanaz) called off their wedding, but the pair must still investigate when an accountant turns up stuffed into a hotel air conditioning unit.
The unstoppable medical drama celebrates its 200th episode in style, as the Seattle doctors doll themselves up for a fundraising bash. Tonight, their »
[This is a review of Bones season 9, episode 14. There will be Spoilers.]
This week Bones steps into the world of competitive chess, and who better to play the frontman than resident prodigy Sweets (John Francis Daley)? Actually, either Sweets or Brennan (Emily Deschanel) would have been a good fit to scope out the chess world for a murderer, but Brennan has issues of her own to sort through on the forensic end of the investigation.
Sweets channels his inner geek and assimilates back into the local chess federation quite nicely. And lest we doubt those singing about past glories, he gets a long montage showing him mowing down one opponent after the next.
The lone exception is the ...
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- Heather Donmoyer
Serricchio ("The Young and the Restless," "General Hospital") will play a forensic anthropologist seeking asylum from Cuba, according to TVLine. Because of his status as an immigrant, the character will need to reassert himself in his field.
"He has to work his way up to a position that he already occupied for many years," says executive producer Stephen Nathan. "He feels that he's Brennan's equal, but Brennan really doesn't feel the same."
Of course she doesn't. Brennan (Emily Deschanel) rarely feels that anyone -- no matter what his foreign qualifications -- is on her level.
"Bones" airs Fridays at 8 p.m. on Fox. Serricchio's first appearance date has not yet been scheduled.
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