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Bones Sneak Peeks: Gravedigger Returns & Sniper Takes a Shot

This is going to be a great episode for Bones fans. On January 27, the Gravedigger returns to face her final appeal, but that whole plan is derailed when a mysterious sniper takes a shot at her. Then it's up to Brennan and the team to try and piece together what happened, which leads the group to realize that whoever this sniper is, he has a personal vendetta against Booth. We've already posted promo photos and a trailer for this upcoming Bones episode. Now we have five sneak peeks from Fox.

The Gravedigger’S Final Appeal Takes A Shocking Turn On An All-new “Bones” Thursday, January 27, On Fox

Patricia Belcher and Ryan O’Neal Guest-Star

Episode Directed by David Boreanaz

The city anxiously anticipates the arrival of Heather Taffet, more notoriously known as “The Gravedigger,” for her final appeal after being sentenced to death for a kidnap-murder and a series of similar coldblooded crimes.
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Promo - Bones 6.11 "The Bullet in the Brain"

The mysterious new sniper will be introduced on Bones on January 27 when he takes aim at the Gravedigger as she arrives for her final appeal. Booth and the team quickly realize that the sniper's agenda is personal between him and Booth. Below is a promo for the episode. You can also view promo photos that we previously posted.

The Gravedigger’S Final Appeal Takes A Shocking Turn On An All-new “Bones” Thursday, January 27, On Fox

Patricia Belcher and Ryan O’Neal Guest-Star

Episode Directed by David Boreanaz

The city anxiously anticipates the arrival of Heather Taffet, more notoriously known as “The Gravedigger,” for her final appeal after being sentenced to death for a kidnap-murder and a series of similar coldblooded crimes. But when a bullet targeted at The Gravedigger is fired from a distance and hits her, the Jeffersonian team is tasked to piece together the sniper’s precise location
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Bones Photo Preview: The Gravedigger Returns

Bones is finally back from its midseason hiatus tonight, but we're already looking ahead to the next new episode on January 27. It's going to be a big one, folks. Brennan's father returns, as does The Gravedigger, who's ready to face her final appeal in court. But a mysterious sniper takes a shot at her, bringing a lot of people - including Booth - under suspicion. It looks like this will be the first episode in a multi-episode arc featuring a sniper that will cause Booth to face a lot of issues regarding his past profession.

Below are promo photos and a synopsis for the January 27 new episode of Bones. I'm sure this is an episode we don't want to miss!

The Gravedigger’S Final Appeal Takes A Shocking Turn On An All-new “Bones” Thursday, January 27, On Fox

Patricia Belcher and Ryan O’Neal Guest-Star

Episode Directed by David Boreanaz

The
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Film review: 'Reckless'

Film review: 'Reckless'
"American Playhouse" invariably presents teleplays full of challenge. Sometimes too much. Like "Reckless", a mostly fascinating but twisted tale that Craig Lucas adapted from his own play.

Most of the killings and craziness happen on Christmas Eves during a dozen-plus years. You're never quite sure where the story is; it's as if the plot is chasing its own tail.

It's built around happy, jabbering Rachel (Mia Farrow, playing the innocent forever), a wife and mom of two young boys. On this snowy Christmas Eve, her husband (Tony Goldwyn) bursts into tears and announces that he had hired a hit man to kill her this night. He says she has to get away so the killer can't get at her - and he helps her out the second-story window.

She slides down the snowy roof and into the night and a zany new life. A new life of sorts. She meets an odd couple (Scott Glenn and Mary-Louise Parker) who don't use their real names because they're fleeing bad lives; a deadly bookkeeper (Deborah Rush); a bizarre game-show host (Giancarlo Esposito); and a deranged nun (Eileen Brennan) who formerly drove a school bus.

Was that the same bus and the same bus driver who ran down Rachel's folks in the first place? You had to ask.

"Reckless" tends almost recklessly to defy category. It's mostly a black comedy, not the red and green of the season, and director Norman Rene and a sparkling cast have a romp with it all. That's its saving grace, the funny, falling-down creative comedy, even if it doesn't make sense.

AMERICAN PLAYHOUSE: RECKLESS

PBS

Playhouse International Pictures

Executive producer Lindsay Law

Producer Amy J. Kaufman

Director Norman Rene

Writer Craig Lucas

Director of photography Frederick Elmes

Production designer Andrew Jackness

Casting Billy Hopkins, Suzanne Smith,

Kerry Barden

Editor Michael Berenbaum

Composer Stephen Endelman

Music supervisor Randy Poster

Cast: Mia Farrow, Scott Glenn, Mary-Louise Parker, Tony Goldwyn, Stephen Dorff, Eileen Brennan, Giancarlo Esposito, Debra Mont, Deborah Rush, Juana Barrios, Mike Heibeck, Vee Brown, Jack Gilpin, William Duell, Anthony Pagano, Joanne Krispin, Lisa Krispin, Mary Beth Peil, Lindsay May Sawyer, William Fichtner, William Preston, John Magill, Zach Grenier, Lisa Louise Langford, Walter Bryant, Doug Barron, Maureen Silliman, Ron Bagden, Nancy Marchand, Ladd Patellis, Pat Distefano, Elijan Nicole Rosello, Nesbill Blasisdell

Airdate: Monday, Dec. 16, 9-11 p.m.

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