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After 12 seasons, Bones went out with a bang last week. Recently, creator Hart Hanson spoke with Deadline about the Fox series finale.The long-running crime drama followed the partnership between Dr. Temperance “Bones” Brennan (Emily Deschanel), a part-time novelist and a highly-skilled forensic anthropologist, and FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz). The cast also included Michaela Conlin, T.J. Thyne, Eric Millegan, Tamara Taylor, Michaela Conlin, John Francis Daley, Patricia Belcher, and David Greenman.Read More… »
The Performer | David Giuntoli
The Show | Grimm
The Episode | “The End” (March 31, 2017)
The Performance | Grimm‘s Nick Burkhardt has never been big with the emotions. Who has time, after all, when your Pacific Northwest hometown is continually under supernatural attack? So Giuntoli has had precious few opportunities over the series’ six seasons to let loose — in any way — and show us how Nick reacts when he has more than a few seconds to process huge emotional news.
With Friday’s series finale, though, the series made up for that. And its leading man proved he was more than equal to the task. »
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Bones is over but if everything goes to plan, fans won't have to wait that long to see David Boreanaz on TV. As was previously reported Boreanaz has landed the starring gig in a CBS pilot about Navy SEALs. It's a move that his Bones co-star Emily Deschanel respects but doesn't completely understand. In an interview with TVLine, Deschanel explained that she has no plans to do something similar any time soon.
It was an action-packed and explosive (literally) series finale for Bones. While most fans are pleased with how things turned out, there have been some dissenting opinions. Most of them revolve around the fact that Brennan regained all her mental capabilities in the series finale. In an interview with TVLine Emily Deschanel weighed on this development, how it felt to see the Jeffersonian lab get destroyed and more.
Bones aired its series finale last night after 12 seasons. But what about a revival? Recently, creator Hart Hanson spoke with Deadline about a possible reunion for the Fox TV series.The long-running crime drama followed the partnership between Dr. Temperance “Bones” Brennan (Emily Deschanel), a part-time novelist and a highly-skilled forensic anthropologist, and FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz). The cast also included Michaela Conlin, T.J. Thyne, Eric Millegan, Tamara Taylor, Michaela Conlin, John Francis Daley, Patricia Belcher, and David Greenman.Read More… »
The (very) subtle shade is out there.
In Tuesday’s Bones finale, Booth — at the tail end of a moving pep talk he was giving to a demoralized Brennan — attempted to cheer his wife up further by assuring her, “We’re way better than Mulder and Scully.” That was no mere throwaway line. The crack bookended a moment in the show’s pilot 12 years ago when Booth gave the iconic X-Files duo a similar — albeit more effusive — shout-out, telling Brennan, “We’re Scully and Mulder.”
Not every TV series knows how to stick a landing. Now that Bones has signed off for good, leaving all the crime fighting and, well, bones behind, it's time to take a look at where the beloved Fox procedural's series finale ranks among all the rest. In our recap of the big series closer, which saw the Jeffersonian blow up, Brennan (Emily Deschanel) temporarily lose communication between both halves of her brain (leaving her, yes, unable to do all her bone sleuthing for the time being), only for the Jeffersonian to be re-built and life to go on, we tasked you, the fans, with voting in our poll—and the results are in. In our finale hall of fame, beloved shows like The Good Wife and How I Met »
Network: FoxEpisodes: 246 (hour)Seasons: 12TV show dates: September 13, 2005 -- March 28, 2017Series status: EndedPerformers include: Emily Deschanel, David Boreanaz, Michaela Conlin, T.J. Thyne, Eric Millegan, Tamara Taylor, Michaela Conlin, John Francis Daley, Patricia Belcher, and David Greenman.TV show description: Dr. Temperance "Bones" Brennan (Emily Deschanel) is a part-time novelist and a highly-skilled forensic anthropologist who works at the Jeffersonian Institute in Washington, DC.When the standard methods of identifying a body aren't enough, law enforcement agencies call on Brennan for her uncanny ability to read clues left behind in a victim's bones. About the only one who can keep up with Brennan's intelligence and laser focus is a member of the FBI's Homicide unit, Special Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz). A former sniper, street-smart Booth doesn't trust scientists or their methods »
It's time for Bones to rest in peace. The Fox series wrapped up an impressive 12-season run on Tuesday, March 28 and naturally the cast and crew took to social media to say their farewells. "Thank you @emilydeschanel for your love, laughter and partner in crime while making this little show that did! Snacks forever. #Bones," David Boreanaz, Booth to Emily Deschanel's Brennan, tweeted. "That's a wrap! Thank you from the bottom of my heart to all of the @BONESonFOX fans!!! We literally couldn't have done this without you!" Deschanel shared. Bones creator Hart Hanson responded to a number of tweets and shared a number of behind-the-scenes Instagram pictures, including a group »
Are you a fan of Bones? After 12 seasons, the long-running Fox TV series is finally coming to an end. But do you think the show is ending too soon? Would you have watched a 13th season?The crime drama stars Emily Deschanel, David Boreanaz, Michaela Conlin, Tamara Taylor, Tj Thyne, John Boyd, Eric Millegan, Eddie McClintock, Stephen Fry, Ryan O’Neal, Sara Rue, and Sunnie Pelant.Read More… »
It's time to bid farewell to Bones. Recently, creator Hart Hanson spoke with TVInsider about the end of the Fox series.The long-running crime drama ends its 12th and final season tonight, March 28th, at 9 p.m. Et/Pt. The cast includes David Boreanaz, Emily Deschanel, Michaela Conlin, Tamara Taylor, Tj Thyne, and John Boyd.Read More… »
“Bones” said goodbye after 12 seasons on Tuesday night, with a series finale that paid tribute to the brilliant mind of Dr. Temperance Brennan, by showing what life would be like without it. In the aftermath of the bombing at the Jeffersonian, Brennan (Emily Deschanel) thankfully survives — as do Booth (David Boreanaz), Hodgins (T.J. […] »
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Bones said goodbye after 12 seasons on Tuesday night, with a series finale that paid tribute to the brilliant mind of Dr. Temperance Brennan, by showing what life would be like without it.
In the aftermath of the bombing at the Jeffersonian, Brennan (Emily Deschanel) thankfully survives -- as do Booth (David Boreanaz), Hodgins (T.J. Thyne) and Angela (Michaela Conlin) -- but she knows immediately that something’s wrong. Unable to remember what she was doing prior to the explosion or recall what the team was working on, Brennan tearfully insists to Booth that “something is wrong with me.”
And she’s right. Once the foursome escapes the rubble of the Medico-Legal Lab, Cam (Tamara Taylor) informs the forensic anthropologist that she has a contusion on her corpus callosum, the nerves that join the two hemispheres of the brain. Essentially, the brilliant scientist has lost her ability to process complex information, a devastating »
Unlike her former co-star David Boreanaz, who just signed on to headline CBS’ Navy Seal-themed drama pilot, leading lady Emily Deschanel will not be diving back into the job market so soon after wrapping her 12-year stint on Bones.
“David texted me the news and I wrote back, ‘Amazing. Good on you,'” the actress recalls. “I’m just so impressed that he’s willing to do that right now. But that’s not where I’m at. I’m at a place where I need time to grieve and process the show ending. I’m still recovering.”
On Tuesday, March 28, Fox's Bones aired its 246th and final episode. Created by Hart Hanson, the David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel starrer featured an astounding 3,000 actors who have worked on the procedural during its 12-season run. The series has featured 400 feet of intestines, 370 dead bodies and 250 skeletons as props, and it would take 6.8 days to watch every episode back-to-back. But perhaps most significant is the fact that Bones ranks as Fox's longest-running scripted drama series ever after enduring almost as many time slots. Here, creator Hart Hanson writes about how he said goodbye to »
- Hart Hanson
It seems fitting that for much of the Bones series finale, there were just bones everywhere. Every episode of the show, of course, has a lot of bones, since it's called Bones, but thanks to the lab exploding, the series finale saw Bones (Emily Deschanel) wading through thousands of bones, all mixed up and all over the place. There were just so many bones. And for a while, Bones herself had no idea what to do with them. At the end of last week's episode, we saw the team discovering that the Jeffersonian was filled with multiple explosives, right before the entire thing exploded, with Booth (David Boreanaz), Bones, pregnant Angela (Michaela Conlin), and Hodgins (T.J. Thyne) all trapped in the »
Any way you slice it, Bones just gave us a very happy “End in the End.”
After 12 seasons, the Fox drama signed off Tuesday with a wistful, bittersweet and ultimately satisfying hour that found Big Bad Mark Kovac permanently neutralized (aka killed), Brennan’s temporary amnesia reversed and Cam ditching the Jeffersonian to start a new family with Arastoo (but not before promoting Hodgins into her post as lab director). Along the way, the series sort of resolved the enduring “447” mystery, paid tribute to the late Sweets and maybe revealed the gender of Angela’s unborn baby.
For more on those last three items, »
When Bones signs off on Tuesday night, after 12 seasons on Fox, it will do so as the network’s longest-running scripted drama, having solved -- according to finale promos -- 275 cases in 246 episodes. And that prolific conviction rate may not even be the most impressive thing that the series accomplished.
Because Bones -- which was based on the life and works of real-life forensic anthropologist Kathy Reichs -- did more than just stay on the air, leapfrogging more than 20 different time slots in its 12-year run. In a television landscape populated with morose antiheroes and sarcastic protagonists that often poke fun at the earnestness of cops-and-science procedurals like Bones, sometimes directly by name (see: American Dad, Bojack Horseman, Bob’s Burgers and more), the show was a champion of justice and evidence, science and guts, “brains and heart.” It told new stories every week, while at the same time unfolding its central characters little by little, making »
Bones signs off on Tuesday, after 12 seasons of crime solving, evidence examining, blood, guts and, most importantly, bones. But at the core of the long-running Fox procedural -- the “heart of the matter,” if you will -- was a partnership between forensic anthropologist Temperance Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz).
From their first episode together, Brennan and Booth’s dynamic was electric, and while the will-they-or-won’t-they of it all took nearly seven seasons to sort out (more if you count that they don’t actually tie the knot until season nine), their relationship kept fans hooked for all 245 episodes. We watched Brennan wrestle with her feelings as Booth looked for love, saw them lay it all on the line only to yank it back again, and finally, at long last, got to witness their happy ending. Two kids and countless hurdles later, they’re still going strong.
So, as we »
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