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Deschanel postpones directing 'Bones'

3 December 2010 7:15 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Emily Deschanel has reportedly decided to delay directing an episode of Bones. According to TV Guide, Deschanel was planning to helm the 14th episode of the season and was expecting to have a reduced role in the previous two episodes to prepare. However, the show's executive producer Hart Hanson allegedly reconsidered the move when he realised that the show will be airing after American Idol in February and could capture a bigger audience. He explained that he "begged" Deschanel to postpone her directorial debut (more) »

- By Catriona Wightman

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'Bones' creator: 'TV is not a democracy'

2 December 2010 6:39 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Bones creator Hart Hanson has insisted that television is "not a democracy". Speaking to The Daily Beast, Hanson revealed that he has decided not to interact with any Twitter users he does not personally follow after fans insulted the way he was running the show. "I was reading absolutely nothing that shed light on audience response," he said. "It suddenly occurred to me that what I was reading was largely just noise, much of it ill-spirited and, not to put too fine a point on it, dim... I didn't have to read all that crap. So I decided not to." Hanson explained that he appreciates viewers' passion for the show but got tired of people complaining about his decisions. "While I'm delighted that fans of the show think of it as 'their' show, that delight doesn't extend to any desire to listen to them tell (more) »

- By Catriona Wightman

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The Daily Beast: "Twitter's TV War"

30 November 2010 8:20 AM, PST | Televisionary | See recent Televisionary news »

Twitter should be a tool for audiences to interact with the talent behind their favorite shows—instead, anonymous users heap abuse onto writer-producers for ruining "their" shows. Over at The Daily Beast, you can read my latest feature, "Twitter's TV War," in which I speak to Community's Dan Harmon, Bones' Hart Hanson, and Grey Anatomy's Shonda Rhimes about the complicated relationship between access, privacy, and angry fans on the social networking platform. I'm curious to know what your take is and whether you side with showrunners or fans. What happens when the dialogue turns ugly? Head to the comments section to discuss.

Read the full article at Televisionary (http://www.televisionarytv.com).

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- Jace

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Bones Season 5 (2009-2010)

28 November 2010 2:03 PM, PST | Planet Fury | See recent Planet Fury news »

Created by: Hart Hanson

Executive Producers: Hart Hanson, Barry Josephson, Stephen Nathan and Ian Toynton

Starring: David Boreanaz, Emily Deschanel, Michaela Conlin, T.J. Thyne, Tamara Taylor and John Francis Daley

Dr. Temperance Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and Special Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) are back for more mystery, murder and mayhem in Season Five of Bones. Relying on Brennan's unparalleled scientific abilities and Booth's streetwise instincts, the sexy, crime-solving duo and their team face everything from modern-day witches to murdered rock'n'rollers as they scramble for evidence to stop a gruesome serial killer. This season brings a wedding, the show's landmark 100th episode and decisions Bones and Booth must make that could their lives forever.

The Bones Season Five DVD is loaded with your standard special feature fare; commentaries, featurettes, gag reels, and deleted scenes. The commentaries are very different from one another but both provide a little something for whichever type of Bones fan you are. »

- Andre Dumas

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Joss Whedon Shares His Feelings on New Buffy Movie

22 November 2010 5:30 PM, PST | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

You all heard about the horrible, terrible, devastating news that Warner Bros. plans to go ahead with a Buffy reboot movie that doesn't involve Joss Whedon, right?  If you haven't, then you must have been off-planet today, because every geek and fangirl have been shrieking about it all over the internet for hours (myself included).

E!Online's Kristen had the foresight (and, you know, the contact information) to write to Buffy's original showrunner and ask for his opinion on the movie that will not be involving him.  Joss replies with grace and humor.  Especially humor:

Kristin, I'm glad you asked for my thoughts on the announcement of Buffy the cinema film.  This is a sad, sad reflection on our times, when people must feed off the carcasses of beloved stories from their youths—just because they can't think of an original idea of their own, like I did with »

- Clarissa

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Humanitas, Major TV Networks & Studios To Develop Pilots By Emerging Writers

15 November 2010 11:15 PM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Update: For those who inquired about application rules: Because of Humanitas' limited staff, there will be no open submission. Writers can submit scripts through their agents, any of the Humanitas board of directors or board of trustees members or other TV showrunners who want to pitch them. There is no age limit for the applicants. Previous: Humanitas is launching a New Voices initiative designed to help up-and-coming writers trying to break into the business. It includes agreements with 20th Century Fox TV, NBC Universal, CBS, ABC Studios, Lionsgate and HBO Entertainment to develop a total of twelve TV pilots by emerging writers. Each company has made blind commitments to buy two scripts, each of which will be written under the supervision of a member of Humatitas’ Board of Trustees. "We are extremely pleased with the wonderful support the industry has given the Humanitas New Voices, which pairs gifted writers with our Humanitas Trustees, »

- NELLIE ANDREEVA

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Bones Spinoff Episode Pushed Back to 2011

9 November 2010 11:18 AM, PST | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

The episode of Bones that paves the way for a potential spin-off of the fun Fox hit is on hold until early next year, according to EW. The catch-all “creative reasons” are to blame.

Fox did not comment on the cause of the schedule change, but Bones creator Hart Hanson did type a telling (and humorous) tweet last week that basically took responsibility.

“I received studio notes on the Bones spinoff idea. They want it to be better. Unreasonable taskmasters. Impossible dreamers. Neo-platonists,” he wrote, self-depricatingly.

Looks like we won't be meeting Booth's new counterpart quite yet.

The episode will introduce a tracker, Walter Sherman, the central figure in The Locator novels by Richard Greener. In the books, Sherman is a Vietnam veteran, but in the Bones universe, he will be a former military policeman who served in Iraq with Booth.

Just as Booth didn’t originally get along with socially-challenged Brennan, »

- steve@iscribelimited.com (L.J. Gibbs)

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Arnold Vosloo for 'Bones' role

2 November 2010 9:53 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Arnold Vosloo is to play a recurring role in the new season of Fox crime drama Bones. Entertainment Weekly reports that the actor will play an elite sniper named Jacob Ripkin Broadsky in at least three episodes. Series creator Hart Hanson revealed that Vosloo's character would be involved in the assassination of a recurring cast member. "We've got someone worse than the Gravedigger coming," he explained. "And (more) »

- By Morgan Jeffery

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Review: 'Bones: The Complete Fifth Season'

31 October 2010 7:29 AM, PDT | Comicmix.com | See recent Comicmix news »

There’s a certain grisly reality to CBS’ collection of CSI series that does the procedural part well, but depicts its characters as a particularly colorless bunch, overly serious and making the shows just a tad less engaging. Fox, wisely jumped on the police procedural bandwagon with something similar but certainly livelier. Bones, based on Kathy Reichs novels, is a veritable rainbow of character types that has kept things captivating for six seasons now.

The fifth season, now out on DVD from 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, takes a mature set of characters and stirs the pot a bit as the season progresses. The basic set-up has a team of forensic anthropologists working for the Jeffersonian, standing in for the Smithsonian, handling cases for the FBI, led by Special Agent Seely Booth. The title character is the nickname of Dr. Temperance Brennan and while she’s the focal point, the »

- Robert Greenberger

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Arnold Vosloo Cast as "Evil Booth" Sniper on Bones

29 October 2010 6:31 PM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

We've been wondering who the sniper will be on Bones for some time. Now we know.

Arnold Vosloo, who played a terrorist mastermind on 24, will wreak havoc on Bones.

The actor has been cast as this season’s Big Bad, an elite sniper named Jacob Ripkin Broadsky who is accused of assassinating a pivotal recurring character. It's unclear who he takes out, but Hannah's fate is still unclear, according to the writers. Hmm.

Arnold Vosloo is coming for David Boreanaz & Co.

“We’ve got someone worse than the Gravedigger coming,” Bones creator Hart Hanson told EW. “If the Gravedigger is Evil Brennan, then this [guy] is Evil Booth."

"Remember, Booth was a sniper.”

Vosloo, who played the title role in the Darkman films as well as Brendan Fraser’s nemesis in The Mummy films, will appear in at least three episodes in early 2011. »

- steve@iscribelimited.com (L.J. Gibbs)

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'Bones' casts 'Mummy' star as Season 6's serial sniper

29 October 2010 5:30 PM, PDT | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

There'll be no mystery to the identity of Season 6's big bad.

EW reports that "Bones" has cast "24" and "Mummy" star Arnold Vosloo as the serial sniper that creator Hart Hanson first hinted at in July.

Fox confirms to Zap2it that Vosloo will be playing the part of sniper Jacob Ripkin Broadsky, set to appear in at least three episodes starting in early 2011.

What still isn't clear is just how messed up this guy is going to be. He's been described as the anti-Booth, worse than the gravedigger and possibly even guilty of taking the life of a regular cast member.

The speculation is enough to drive us insane -- or be grateful that even the Internet can't spoil every development on one of our favorite series.

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'Bones' Exclusive: Meet Booth's new archnemesis

29 October 2010 12:32 PM, PDT | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

Onetime 24 terror mastermind Arnold Vosloo is taking his evildoer act over to Bones. The actor has been cast as this season’s Big Bad — an elite sniper named Jacob Ripkin Broadsky who is accused of assassinating a pivotal recurring character.

“We’ve got someone worse than the Gravedigger coming,” Bones creator Hart Hanson told me over the summer. “And if the Gravedigger is Evil Brennan, this is Evil Booth. Remember, Booth was a sniper.”

Vosloo — who also played the title role in the Darkman films as well as Brendan Fraser’s nemesis in The Mummy and The Mummy Returns — is »

- Michael Ausiello

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A Bones Spinoff May Happen

22 October 2010 2:30 PM, PDT | TV.com | See recent TV.com news »

... Fox is developing a spinoff of Bones! Omg! Show creator Hart Hanson would mastermind the spinoff, which will focus on the yet-to-be-introduced character Walter Sherman, aka "The Locator," who knows Booth from previous work. The idea would be to introduce Walter in an episode of Bones later this year and then start the new series the following season. Do You like this idea, Bones fans? [Deadline Hollywood]

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- Tim Surette

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Rumor Patrol: 'Fringe,' '90210,' 'Bones,' and more!

22 October 2010 1:07 PM, PDT | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

Christopher Lloyd on Fringe

True! Back to the Future’s Doc Brown has been cast as a musical hero of Walter’s who’s been in a nursing home and becomes the subject of a Fringe investigation. “Christopher plays Roscoe Joyce, a keyboardist for Walter’s favorite 1970′s band Violet Sedan Chair,” explains exec producer J.H. Wyman. Fellow Ep Jeff Pinkner adds, “The lives of these two men, who have never met before, overlap in strange and unexpected ways.”

A Bones spin-off is in the works

While it’s true that series creator Hart Hanson is developing an offshoot that »

- Michael Ausiello

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Hart Hanson Prepping ‘Bones’ Spinoff For Fox

22 October 2010 12:38 PM, PDT | ScreenRant.com | See recent Screen Rant news »

Bones fans will have to make room in their viewing schedule, as series creator Hart Hanson is currently working on a spin-off of his popular television show that will based off of “The Locator” book series by Richard Greener.

The new series will follow the Locator, Walter Sherman, who is a brash, eccentric man in his 20s-30s with the ability to find people that nobody else can – including those who do not wish to be found.

The only caveat in Hanson’s newly revealed endeavor is that he, the rest of the Bones producers (which includes series stars David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel), Fox and 20th Century Fox TV are able to find an actor that can successfully carry a series on their own. Casting is scheduled to begin soon and if no one is…

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Fox Planning Bones Spinoff Around New Character

22 October 2010 11:53 AM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Fox is working on a series that revolves around a new character who will be introduced on Bones December 6, according to new reports. His name? Walter Sherman.

The star of this potential Bones spinoff is described as "skeptical of everything" and "an eccentric but amusing recluse in high demand for his ability to find anything."

"He suffered brain damage while overseas, which explains his constant paranoia, and is known for asking offensive, seemingly irrelevant questions to get to the truth."

The potential Bones spinoff's lead character shares a past with Seeley.

Walter is also a former military policeman who served with Booth in Iraq, but they don't get along. Dr. Brennan, meanwhile, will be intrigued by Walter when he first appears.

Turning the tables on him a little in the wake of Hannah's introduction, is she?

The character is expected to recur on Bones throughout this season, with the future »

- steve@iscribelimited.com (L.J. Gibbs)

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Fox Plotting a Bones Spin-Off Based on 'The Locator' Book Series

22 October 2010 9:35 AM, PDT | TheHDRoom | See recent TheHDRoom news »

Deadline is reporting that Fox is planning a Bones spin-off based on 'The Locator' book series by author Richard Greener.

Bones' creator and executive producer Hart Hanson will also work on the spin-off if it comes to fruition. The current plan is for Walter Sherman, the "locator" character, to be introduced in the December 6 episode of Bones. He will be written to have served in Iraq with Booth (David Boreanaz) but the two will hate each other when they reunite. Bones (Emily Deschanel), however, will be intrigued by Sherman's "eccentric, obstreperous and amusing reclusive" behavior that allows him to have a knack for finding things. In other words, he sounds like what you'd expect the child of Bones and House to be.

Even though Fox will plant the Sherman character into at least one episode of Bones does not mean he's assured a spin-off series. The ratings and reaction »

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'Bones' News: Get Ready for a Spinoff

22 October 2010 3:06 AM, PDT | buddytv.com | See recent BuddyTV news »

Do you feel that there aren't enough socially inept geniuses solving crime on TV these days? When Bones is over, do you just want to see more? Ever wish that Brennan was a guy?

If the answer to any of these questions is "yes," then you are very much in luck. Deadline.com has reported that Fox and Hart Hanson are planning a Bones spinoff with such a character in the lead role.

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Fox Planning ‘Bones’ Spinoff

21 October 2010 11:49 PM, PDT | Upcoming-Movies.com | See recent Upcoming-Movies.com news »

According to “Deadline,” “Bones” creator and executive Hart Hanson signed on to help create a spinoff series of his popular forensics/detective show starring David Boreanaz as FBI Agent Booth and Emily Deschanel as forensic anthropologist Dr. Brennan. Hanson would create the new character based on “The Locator” books by Richard Greener and his main character Walter Sherman and scheduled to introduce him as a former military policeman who served with Booth in Iraq and returns to help Booth and Brennan on a case. »

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'Bones' spin-off in the works: Who would you cast as the male Dr. Brennan?

21 October 2010 7:52 PM, PDT | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

Can't get enough "Bones?" Well, you may be in luck.

Deadline reports the series is currently considering a potential  spin-off -- though not one about any character we've already met. (There goes our dream of Dr. Hodgins, children's TV host.)

Instead, the series would focus on a new recurring character, Walter Sherman, who gets his introduction in the Dec. 6 episode. A former military policeman, he served with Booth (David Boreanez) in the Iraq war, though the two apparently can't stand one another.

Sherman, based on Richard Greener's "The Locator" book series, is described as an "eccentric, obstreperous and amusing reclusive man in his late 20s-30s with highly sought after abilities to find anything" who frequently "asks offensive, seemingly irrelevant questions."

Sound familiar? That more or less sums up the male version of Dr. Brennan (Emily Deschanel), albeit one with a bit more hermit-ish tendencies.

If the idea goes to series, »

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