15 items from 2013
On TV this Friday: Cult goes down in a blaze of story, Continuum hopes foresight is 20/20, Jessie makes a mother of a mistake and Comedy Bang! Bang!‘s second season starts with a Lonely Islander. Here are nine programs to keep on your radar.
8 pm Cult (The CW) | Double-episode series finale: First, Jeff and Skye remain in hiding from the True Believers, now that Stuart knows that they know his true identity. Then at 9, the “Cult” production team prepares to film a live scene that will air online after its season finale — but only the actors know how it will end. »
- Kimberly Roots
It was only a matter of time ... but Stacy Keibler's run with George Clooney is officially done. Sources close to the couple tell TMZ ... the two have broken up after two years of dating. The couple hasn't been seen together since March and spent the 4th of July on opposite ends of the earth.Keibler joins a long list of Clooney exes ... which includes Elisabetta Canalis, Kelly Preston, Talia Balsam, Denise Crosby, Celine Balitran, »
- TMZ Staff
Only Bones would celebrate Valentine’s Day by killing its titular character. Granted, they bring her back to life within minutes and set everything to rights by the end of the hour, but still it’s an interesting twist. Even more interesting is watching the writers bob and weave between the land of the living and the dream realm where Brennan (Emily Deschanel) interacts with her dead mother, Christine (Brooke Langton).
This isn’t the show’s first time around the block when it comes to moving between dreams and reality, but up until now that territory has belonged solely to Booth (David Boreanaz). He is the religious one of the pair and over the course of 8 seasons has had near-death encounters ranging from hockey with Luc Robitaille to a deadly romp in a submarine with his dead army buddy. ...
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- Heather Donmoyer
On the Fox drama series Bones, now in its eighth season, Brennan (Emily Deschanel) is shot while working late at the Jeffersonian lab and rushed to the hospital in critical condition. While at the hospital, she struggles with visions of her mother (played by Brooke Langton) that defy her usual logic. Meanwhile, all evidence suggests that Brennan’s attacker may be linked to the Jeffersonian. During this recent interview, actress Emily Deschanel talked about how getting shot will change Brennan, what it was like to get new insight about her character after eight seasons, how emotional the episode was to shoot, whether Booth (David Boreanaz) and Brennan might ever get married, how there will be a new squintern coming up, that Pelant (Andrew Leeds) will still return this season, and that she still hopes to direct an episode of the show, in the future. Check out what she had to say after the jump, »
- Christina Radish
On tonight’s Bones, Brennan will fight for her life after being shot in the lab. But this isn’t your typical brush-with-death.
Entertainment Weekly: Let’s talk about this episode. It sounds like a fairly spiritual hour, considering Brennan is not a believer.
Emily Deschanel: Brennan is convinced that she’s hallucinating and hasn’t gone to heaven, but people may end up interpreting it differently — maybe even Brennan interprets it differently by the end. »
- Sandra Gonzalez
Actress Emily Deschanel has spent eight seasons on Fox's hit crime-drama series Bones (TV). The show's success is due in large part to it's riveting storylines and the engaging (if not dysfunctional) relationship between Deschanel's, character Dr. Temperance "Bones" Brennan, and that of FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth, played by David Boreanz. The two share an intense and sometimes comical chemistry as they unearth the mysteries surrounding human remains discovered by the FBI and attempt to solve various murder cases. This Monday's episode capitalizes on the highly enigmatic relationship as Deschanel's character Brennan is critically shot and wounded at the Jeffersonian lab following an argument with Booth. It's a pivotal event which causes Brennan to evaluate her life, her relationships, and her long-practiced philosophies as she ventures into emotionally unchartered territory. It's a show that Bones (TV) fans will not want to miss. Emily recently sat down with reporters to »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jennifer Maurer)
Supernatural has been on a bit of a roll these past few weeks; the episodes have been introducing strong new aspects to the already established mythology of the past eight years and it has landed in a satisfying way, managing to make the show feel fresh again. But eventually we’ll have to get back to the story of Crowley, Kevin and the tablets that have – for me at least – dragged Season 8 down. My hope is the new stuff will be woven in with the old in a way that allows both to shine like I know they can. If the recent casting of Brooke Langton and John Reardon are any indication, things might just be going that way.
- Brody Gibson
On Monday’s Bones (Fox, 8/7c), Brennan will have a close call with death that causes her to see her deceased mother (played by Brooke Langton). Naturally, it makes the überscientific and logical forensic anthropologist contemplate not only the existence of an afterlife, which she doesn’t believe in, but also her relationship with Booth. Emily Deschanel spoke with reporters to preview the powerful hour.
Photos | Bones Sneak Peek: Brennan’s Near-Death Experience Brings Her Closer to Her Mother
What Goes Wrong | “Booth and Brennan have a fight. Brennan believes that Booth is criticizing her parenting style and runs out »
- Vlada Gelman
Monday on Bones, Brennan is shot while working late at the Jeffersonian lab.
Fox has made this clear from the beginning, as evidenced by the episode title, promo, photos and now a sneak preview below, in which the incident takes place at the hands of an unknown assailant.
Luckily, Booth arrives at the Jeffersonian just moments later to find her critically injured. As he frantically tries to help however he can, he urges her to fight. Earlier, they had a fight of their own.
In a second clip from the episode, we see Brennan shoot down Booth's idea for them to take Christine to a cabin in the woods, which he criticizes for; she then leaves for the lab, at night. Alone.
The third sneak peek shows Brennan after she's been shot, and struggling with visions of her mother (Brooke Langton) that defy her usual logic - now matter how »
- email@example.com (Steve Marsi)
Langton — whose credits also include Friday Night Lights and Life — will play Hayley, a single mom desperate to find a cure for her son’s strange affliction.
Reardon, meanwhile, will be Shane, a bearded drifter full of courage and integrity whose true identity is unknown, even to himself. (Perhaps the hour’s title, “Remember the Titans,” is a hint?)
The episode is scheduled to air on Feb. »
- Vlada Gelman
As you might have guessed from the title, Brennan is shot. In the dark.
When Brennan takes a bullet while working late at the Jeffersonian lab, she is rushed to the hospital in critical condition. While at the hospital, she struggles with visions of her mother that defy logic.
All evidence suggests that Brennan's attacker may be linked to the Jeffersonian. Who do you think shot Brennan, and why? How do you see this Bones event playing out next week and beyond?
Watch the promo for the episode and comment below ...
Bones 'The Shot in the Dark' Promo
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- firstname.lastname@example.org (Steve Marsi)
Is Brennan of "Bones" about to change her views on life after death? When she gets shot at the Jeffersonian and hovers between life and death, the skeptical scientist gets a visit from her mother.
That should be interesting.
The problems begin with a perfectly normal case of the week. Remains are found in a gorge under a bridge.
Perfectionist that she is, Brennan (Emily Deschanel) decides to stay late at the lab. Bad choice.
Fortunately, Booth (David Boreanaz) brings baby Christine for a visit.
But is he too late? Could Brennan actually die?
Sure, it's not likely that a show like "Bones" would kill off one of its main characters, especially when there's another season and a half to go. Still, the experience is pretty traumatic.
While the doctors struggle to save Brennan's life, she experiences a strange visit from her long-dead mother, Christine (guest star Brooke Langton).
This is problematic on two counts. »
As if the looming threat of Pelant weren’t scary enough, Bones‘ Brennan will be shot in her own lab in the Feb. 11 episode (Fox, 8/7c), and the terrifying event will have strange consequences. Case in point: We’ve got your first look at Temperance’s visions of talking with her deceased mom (played by Brooke Langton) while hospitalized.
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“She either hallucinates and sees her [late] mother, or she goes to Heaven and has an encounter with her mother, but she doesn’t believe it,” reveals Emily Deschanel. “There are emotions »
- Vlada Gelman
The Feb. 11 episode of Bones is going to be a heart-stopper — but hopefully not literally.
In the episode, titled “The Shot in the Dark,” Brennan (Emily Deschanel) is critically shot while working late in the Jeffersonian lab and while fighting for her life, ends up seeing visions of her dead mother (guest star Brooke Langton).
“[Brennan's] mother has been dead for many years but she ends up seeing and talking to her mother,” executive producer Stephen Nathan previewed for EW earlier. “Ryan O’Neal is in that one, too, and it’s a very emotional episode for them.”
Can’t wait for the episode? »
- Sandra Gonzalez
The news came down earlier this week: Bones Season 9 is a go!
And with fans excited about the long-term future of this fun Fox hit, TV Fanatic chatted at the Television Critics Association winter press tour with creator Hart Hanson and star Emily Deschanel about what's on tap in the short-term.
How will time travel come into play? Will there be wedding bells for Booth and Brennan? When might viewers once again see Christopher Pelant?
"We weren’t supposed to make it to our first Christmas,” Hanson said about the show's renewal. “To see sometimes written ‘Fox’s Flagship series Bones’ is hilarious to us because apparently it’s true if you just outlive everybody you get to be the flagship.”
Hanson added that his team needed to know whether it was writing towards a season or series finale, largely so it could determine the best way to handle Andrew Leeds' Pelant, »
- email@example.com (Jim Halterman)
15 items from 2013
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