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Last night, Fox delivered the new promo/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming "Bones" episode 3 of season 11, and it gives us new looks at some pretty interesting stuff as strange fish drama becomes the focus of the Jeffersonian crew's latest case, and more. The episode is labeled, "The Donor in the Drink." In the new, 3rd episode official description: On Brennan and Booth's first official day back at their respective positions at the Jeffersonian and the FBI, things will get exciting when remains are found at a fish farm under suspicious conditions, prompting them to investigate. After it's discovered that someone harvested several of the victim's internal organs before he was dumped in the water, Angela will track down the seller and buyer of the organs to try to uncover important details in the case. Meanwhile, Booth will readjust to his position back at the FBI and discovers Aubrey has taken over his old office. »
- Andre Braddox
ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy (with 8.1 million total viewers and a 2.2 rating), Scandal (8.8 mil/2.6) and How to Get Away With Murder (7.2 mil/2.2), per finals, all dipped in the demo this Thursday, thus marking Htgawm‘s third consecutive week of hitting series lows.
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NBC | Heroes Reborn (4.4 mil/1.2) dropped 12 and 25 percent in its third week, The Blacklist (7 mil/1.5) slipped 10 and 16 percent and The Player (4.4 mil/0.9) dipped a tenth.
Fox | Bones (5.9 mil/1.3) ticked down, »
Slut-shaming: It’s not just for Internet message boards anymore, it’s also for juries looking to yell “Guilty!” and burn a buxom beauty at the stake.
So says Annalise Keating at the start of this week’s How to Get Away With Murder — which not only drops some knowledge about a sexual position known as “the octopus” (do we go with the definition found on Urban Dictionary or the very different one courtesy of Cosmopolitan.com?) but also raises questions about the season’s central (and possibly incestuous) defense clients, Caleb and Catherine Hapstall and leaves us with a “Whoa! »
You’ve gotta begrudgingly grant Sleepy Hollow‘s Pandora a little respect.
Girlfriend shows up in town last episode, and already she’s harnessed a secret-sucking shadow monster that — however inadvertently — gets the Witnesses to confess their darkest confessions to each other? And that treevil she’s growing in the ruins should be ready to take over the town in, what, two more episodes? (Take that, Henry and your season-long tinkering with that silly model town!)
All I’m saying is, the Third Tribulation better get to the bullpen and start warming up its arm, because Ol’ Boxy-but-Bad works quickly. »
Warning: The following contains spoilers from Thursday’s episode of Bones
Don’t you dare call Booth and Brennan a boring, old married couple.
On Thursday’s conclusion of Bones‘ two-part Season 11 premiere, Booth’s life-or-death ordeal ended with him and Brennan realizing that they belong at the FBI and Jeffersonian, respectively. And even though the pair is about to return to familiar territory, new co-showrunner Michael Peterson tells TVLine he’s determined to bring back Booth and Brennan’s spark.
Seeley and Tempe »
Recently, Fox served up the new, official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Bones" episode 3 of season 11. The episode is entitled, "The Donor in the Drink," and it turns out that we're going to see some very interesting stuff go down as remains at a fish farm prompt Brennan,Both and company to launch an investigation, and more. In the new, 3rd episode press release: Brennan And Booth Officially Return To The Jeffersonian And The FBI On An All-new "Bones" Thursday, October 15, On Fox. Press release number 2: On Brennan and Booth's first official day back at their respective positions at the Jeffersonian and the FBI, things are going to get exciting when remains are found at a fish farm under suspicious conditions, prompting them to investigate. After it's discovered that someone harvested several of the victim's internal organs before he was dumped in the water, Angela is going to track »
- Andre Braddox
Rosewood‘s future is looking rosier.The procedural — starring Morris Chestnut as a private pathologist — got a boost Thursday when, as our sister site Deadline reports, Fox ordered three additional scripts.
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This Wednesday’s episode attracted an audience of 5.7 million total viewers and a 1.7, rating slipping 8 and 15 percent from the previous week, which in turn was down from its Sept. 23 premiere.
Though the order falls short of a full-season pickup, it does signal the network’s vote of confidence in the freshman drama.
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In an intense episode rife with suspenseful revelations and dramatic performances, Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz once again deliver a white-knuckle roller coaster ride which proves equal parts intrigue and mindful balance between heart and head. "The Brother in the Basement" is a mind-bending tale of extortion, murder, deceit, courage, suspense, reconciliation and grief. Enfin, the first case of Bones 11th season makes good on its promise to bring Brennan (Deschanel) and Booth (Boreanaz) back into the fold as crime-fighters for the Jeffersonian and the FBI. The road to that end, however, is as rocky as they get. This episode brings to a close the two-part premiere and gives birth to a new generation of yet-to-be-told stories. »
Dismiss Empire‘s petulant Latina diva as “Guadalupe” at your own risk. Write off young, never-smiled-at-nothing rapper Freda Gathers as “some random hood rat” if you dare. Chuckle as budding egomaniac Hakeem Lyon boasts that his barely formed girl-group is ready for a satellite radio appearance — all while his moms Cookie gives him her sternest “I’ma beat you with a broom” facial expression.
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Like professional sports, MTV reality programming and that inexplicable store in your local mall that goes by the name of “deb,” the music business is for the young. »
Hell hath no fury like a Brennan scorned. E News has an exclusive sneak peek at Bones' Oct. 8 episode, which finds Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and the Jeffersonian Team on a mission to find Booth (David Boreanaz) after the season 11 premiere's bloody cliffhanger, which leads to an intense standoff with Agent Miller (Kim Raver), who seems to be hiding vital information about his location. Oh, and she's dissing our gang in the process. "The Jeffersonian is not the only lab in town. It's not even the best. It hasn't been since you quit," Miller tells Brennan in the clip above. Whoa, way harsh, dude. Brennan's response? She's coming back to work, people! »
When Bones‘ Season 11 premiere came to a close last week, Booth was a bloody basket case.
So will he “go into the light,” as one of his criminal cohorts suggests in TVLine’s exclusive video from Thursday’s episode (Fox, 8/7c)?
Not likely. This is Seeley Booth we’re talking about.
Desperate to remain among the living — and no doubt get back to his love, Brennan — the G-man channels his inner MacGyver by making clever use of some silver nitrate. It’s all very impressive. »
Hit play above to watch an exclusive teaser for the new run, beginning Thursday, October 22 at 9pm in the UK.
Finch is forced into solving cases for the FBI using enhanced abilities acquired from taking the mysterious drug Nzt, and works closely with Special Agents Harris (Jennifer Carpenter) and Boyle (Hill Harper).
Bradley Cooper reprises his role from the film in the pilot episode, and will recur as his availability allows.
However, Alice has her own secrets, and the couple's lies to each other lead to a dangerous and complex game of cat and mouse. »
In 2005, a new series was debuting on Fox about a forensic anthropologist who helps the FBI solve murders in the Washington D.C. area. Who knew that show would turn into such a successful and long-running series? Much of Bones‘ success can be attributed to its stars Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz. In a recent conference call with different media outlets, including TVOvermind, Deschanel and Bones executive producer Michael Peterson took some time out of their busy schedules to preview what fans can expect from the show’s all-new season and dish on some of their favorite memories from throughout Bones‘ ten-year run. As someone who has been a fan of Bones a since its inception, it was an honor to be able to speak with one of its star. To start the interview out, I acknowledged my love for the show and how excited I was to be speaking with Deschanel, »
- Tim Gerstenberger
A year ago, news that seven Singaporean directors were to collaborate on “7 Letters,” an omnibus film celebrating a half century of independence for the island nation, was met with incredulity, and not a little skepticism from filmmakers and the public alike.
“Everyone was expecting it to be a very rah-rah National Day Parade-type film,” says Tan Pin Pin, one of the seven directors invited to contribute to “7 Letters.” “I was shocked at how introspective it ended up being, how all of us grappled with what it means to be separate, what it means to be together.”
Indeed, the film, made with the support of Singapore’s Media Development Authority, has proven a surprise domestic hit. The premiere in July was scheduled to be followed by a short, three-day screening at the historic and recently refurbished Capitol Theatre.
When tickets were snapped up within three hours of their release, authorities immediately organized additional screenings, »
- Marcus Lim
Last season, it looked like Bones might be coming to an end after 10 seasons. The network has bounced the series all over the schedule and the ratings have come way down over the years. Will the numbers start to rebound in season 11? Will this Fox series be cancelled or renewed for a 12th season? Stay tuned.
Bones revolves around a married couple who use their skills as an FBI agent (David Boreanaz) and a forensic anthropologist (Emily Deschanel) to solve difficult cases. The show's cast also includes Michaela Conlin, Tamara Taylor, Tj Thyne, and John Boyd.
The ratings are typically the best sign of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher the ratings (particularly the 18-49 demo), the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available -- usually the next day, around 11:30am Est/8:30am Pst. Refresh »
This is one that we’re Very excited about. Director William Butler’s upcoming “The Mist meets The Walking Dead” monster film, Hellstorm now has a cast and it’s led by the three-time WWE Divas champion Aj Brooks, as well as quite an impressive supporting cast. Everyone from Leatherface: TCM III‘s Kate Hodge (who co-starred with Butler in TCM III ), Cabin Fever‘s Jordan Ladd and Clue‘s Colleen Camp to former WWE champ Phil “Cm Punk” Brooks is on board in what looks to be a return to the practical monster fx movies that we all know and love. We’ve got the official press release for you fright fanatics, and we’ll keep you updated on the film, when more news arrives. Read on!
Los Angeles, CA –Three-Time WWE Divas Champion Aj Brooks has been cast as the lead in her feature film debut. The »
- Jerry Smith
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Once Upon a Time, CSI, Masters of Sex and Bones!
1 | How many Hawaii Five-0 fans caught Steve stealing a wedding reception twirl with Danny?
2 | Would Blue Bloods’ Frank really have covered up the NYPD’s successful thwarting of a terrorist attack?
3 | Did CSI‘s costume designer get a discount on hideous hats for the series finale? Also, »
Fox’s Sleepy Hollow opened Season 3 and christened its new Thursday time slot with 3.5 million total viewers and a 1.0 demo rating (per finals), down sharply from both its Season 2 opener (5.6 mil/2.0) and finale (4.4 mil/1.4), and easily hitting series lows.
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Opening Fox’s night, Bones returned to 6.2 mil/1.4, down from its previous premiere (6.3 mil/1.6) but up from its May June finale (5.1 mil/1.2).
TVLine readers gave both premieres an average grade of “A-.”
Jared Booth, played by recurring guest star Brendan Fehr (The Night Shift), hugely impacted our understanding of Bones? Special Agent Seeley Booth and his history. Jared struggled alongside Booth through a childhood that included a runaway mom and an abusive alcoholic father, giving him a unique perspective on primetime?s most alluring and tortured crime-solving hero of the decade.
As secondary characters, family members are the perfect foil for expeditiously revealing the complexity and vulnerability of a main character. With a mere facial expression or a cutting remark, Jared brought out the best and the worst of Booth, resulting in passionate and immediate displays of loyalty, judgment, honesty, protection, and love, which the two brothers struggles to navigate as adults siblings. Here are the 17 most memorable of Jared Booth?s moments on Bones. »
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