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The next season of “Bones” will be its last on Fox. When it does, fans should be ready to say goodbye to a few recurring characters.
“No one at this table, we will say that, but there are two other people from past seasons who will die in this season,” executive producer Michael Peterson said Friday during a panel at Comic-Con. Peterson was joined onstage by stars Emily Deschanel, David Boreanaz, Michaela Conlin, T.J. Thyne, Tamara Taylor and John Francis Daley.
Peterson and fellow executive producer Jonathan Collier teased some upcoming plot details for the new season. Regarding the number 447, which has recurred throughout the series, Peterson said, “Episode 11 of next season you will find out what 447 means,” Peterson said.
Peterson also said that former squint Zack, who returned in the season 11 finale, will have a multi-episode story arc in the coming season. “We will try to bring him back for three to four more episodes,” Peterson »
- Daniel Holloway
Bones, the long-running comedic procedural beloved by millions of fans around the world, will return for a final farewell Season 12 on Fox, it was announced today by Dana Walden and Gary Newman, Chairmen and CEOs, Fox Television Group. The 12-episode run will celebrate the inventive series and bring the storylines of Brennan (Emily Deschanel), Booth (David Boreanaz) and the Jeffersonian-fbi team to a close, allowing the show's loyal fans to say goodbye to these indelible characters. When Bones ends its run, the series will have completed 246 original episodes, making it one of the longest running Fox series ever. Here's what series creator Hart Hanson had to say about his show's final season.
"In times like these, marked by instability and doubt, it's comforting to know the world can count on at least one dependable beacon of stability. Apparently, that beacon is Bones. It just shows what you can do with an amalgam of genius cast, »
Fox has renewed “Bones” for a 12th and final season, which will consist of an abbreviated 12 episodes instead of its usual 22.
The long-running procedural stars Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz. The show was created by Hart Hanson, who serves as executive producer alongside Barry Josephson, Stephen Nathan, Randy Zisk, Jonathan Collier and Michael Peterson.
“‘Bones’ has been part of the fabric of our network and studio for over a decade, and during that time it has attracted one of the most devoted fan bases we’ve ever seen,” said Fox Co-Chairmen Dana Walden and Gary Newman. “So it was extremely important to us and to Hart, the producers and the cast that we send the show off in a way that gives those loyal fans a meaningful and satisfying conclusion.”
“In times like these, marked by instability and doubt, it’s comforting to know the world can count on at »
- Laura Prudom
In late November, the Bones TV series executive producer, Barry Josephson, sued the Fox network and the 20th Century Fox Television studio’s parent company, over alleged profit participation hi-jinx. Stars David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel, and producer Kathy Reichs, followed suit, in less than a week.
Among the allegations: Fox brass threatened Bones would be cancelled, if Josephson refused a lower license fee. Now, Deadline reports Fox has filed to move the issue out of the courts and into arbitration.
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4 items from 2016
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