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Filed under “Too Cute Not to Share,” Bones stars Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz recorded a “Happy (Cruelty-Free) Thanksgiving” message to fans, whilst “undercover” as cowboys for an upcoming episode.
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Happy #Thanksgiving from all of us. #Bones https://t.co/ooxGCoUavU
— Bones (@BONESonFOX) November 26, 2015
In the ninth episode of Season 11, titled “The Cowboy in the Contest” and airing Dec. 10, Booth and Brennan undergo one of their well-loved undercover operations, to look into shenanigans at an Old West-theme shooting competition.
Who among you were already planning to abide by Deschanel and serve “tofurky” this evening? »
Rob Kazinsky has certainly come a long way since his days on the much parodied, long-running UK soap opera, EastEnders. After several years spent playing supporting characters in notable projects, such as True Blood, Pacific Rim and Hot Pursuit, he has finally landed his first leading role – in a brand new sci-fi/drama series for Fox, titled Second Chance.
The premise of the show is something of a mixture of classic sci-fi themes, police procedurals, and family drama. The elderly Jimmy Pritchard is a retired, disgraced La county sheriff, renowned for corruption. Despised by his family, he is murdered during a break-in at the home of his son – but two “tech billionaires” resurrect him as one of their science projects. They find that, in returning, he is much younger and has strength and stamina five times greater than that of the average adult male. This realization leads to the idea »
- Sarah Myles
Fox’s crime series “Bones” has become the subject of a real-life legal case. “Bones” executive producer Barry Josephson has slapped Fox Broadcasting Company and 20th Century Fox Film Corporation with a breach of contract lawsuit, claiming he’s been bilked out of compensation for the long-running series. The suit, filed by Josephson’s Wark Entertainment in Los Angeles Superior Court on Wednesday, claims that Fox has engaged in “unrelenting efforts to deprive Barry Josephson — the executive producer of Fox’s highly rated and longest running one-hour drama ‘Bones’ … of his contractual entitlement to share in the profits of the Series. »
- Tim Kenneally
In one of the more fabulously worded lawsuits you'll read today, the executive producer of Bones is suing Fox for — wait for it — "accounting chicanery." Barry Josephson, who has produced Bones for all 11 seasons, now says the network has cheated him out of potentially millions. In the suit, obtained by The Hollywood Reporter, Josephson claims Fox Networks CEO Peter Rice and other Fox execs "fraudulently threatened" him into accepting a lower license fee or else his show would be canceled. He even says he was tricked into agreeing to such fees, claiming that Fox execs lied to him about the other participants' willingness to accept the low fee, including the show's stars, Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz.Citing "Hollywood accounting" for Fox's shady business tactics, Josephson claims to have discovered in his audit of the show's first seven seasons that the company has underreported millions in revenue. The lawsuit »
- Dee Lockett
Exclusive: Bones executive producer Barry Josephson and his lawyers have done the forensics on the long-running Fox series and claim they've found something rotten financially. In a detailed breach of contract and fraudulent inducement complaint filed today in L.A. Superior Court (read it here), Josephson says the "unrelenting" broadcaster stiffed him and others for potentially millions in promised profit participation. A Fox rep declined today to comment on Josephson’s… »
Last November, top 21st Century Fox executives Rupert Murdoch, Lachlan Murdoch and Peter Rice joined the cast and crew of Fox's veteran crime drama Bones for a celebration of its 200th episode on the studio lot in Los Angeles. Today, the Murdochs and Rice likely won't be as festive. Bones executive producer Barry Josephson has filed a bombshell lawsuit against the Fox network and the parent of studio 20th Century Fox Television, claiming he's been shortchanged due to Fox's "unrelenting efforts" to cheat him out of his share of profits from the longest-running hourlong drama in Fox's history. He
- Matthew Belloni
There are still several weeks left before Fox cracks open Cooper Barrett’s Guide to Surviving Life, but we’ve already got a sneak peek at some of its wisdom.
Premiering Sunday, Jan. 3 at 8:30/7:30c, the freshman comedy stars Jack Cutmore-Scott (Kingsman: The Secret Service) as the titular sad sack who doesn’t have the job he wants and has accidentally fallen in love with his across-the-hall neighbor Kelly (Being Human‘s Meaghan Rath).
As Cooper struggles to survive each of life’s many challenges, »
Will Castle‘s snooping lead to the big “shift”? What’s on tap for the New Girl wedding? Will Arrow‘s Oliver get another blast from his past? Is new Chicago Fire romance heating up? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.
VideosCastle Fall Finale: Kate Ponders Second Anniversary Plans…?
Does anything good happen in the Castle fall finale (airing Monday)? –Barry
Since I just got done watching it, why don’t I give you a taste of what happens and then you can decide/debate what is “good”?
1) We learn the (unconventional) location »
Fair warning, Scorpion fans: You might want to buy Kleenex in bulk before Monday’s episode airs.
It’s not often that the words “Team Scorpion” and “emotional” are used in the same sentence, but according to executive producers Nick Santora and Nick Wootton, the CBS drama’s Nov. 23 installment will be heartbreaking for characters and viewers alike.
The harrowing hour — which Wootton calls “one of our highest-stakes episodes” and “a super-duper tearjerker” — will find Walter and his genius friends fighting off a deadly fungal outbreak in the hospital, where Megan’s condition is only getting worse. Unfortunately for Walter, »
The United States of America are the occupied states of America in Amazon’s newest drama The Man in the High Castle, which uses Philip K. Dick’s 1962 novel as a jumping-off point as it asks: What if the Allied Forces hadn’t won World War II?
In a moment, we’ll want to hear what you think of the series’ premiere. But first, a brief recap:
The series opens in 1962, 17 years after America and its allies were bested by Germany and Japan in the Second World War. In New York City — part of the “Greater Nazi Reich” — we’re »
ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy on Thursday drew 8.5 million total viewers and a 2.5 rating (per finals), rising 6 percent three tenths week-to-week, leading all of “Tgit” in the demo and up from its year-ago fall finale (8.3 mil/2.4).
In fact, Grey’s nearly matched its numbers from two years ago (8.6 mil/2.6). In today‘s TV climate? That’s kinda crazy.
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Scandal (8.1 mil/2.4) and How to Get Away With Murder (7.2 mil/2.3) both grew in audience while gaining two and four tenths, respectively.
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RelatedHow to Get Away With Murder Fall »
Premiering Jan. 13 at 9/8c, the supernatural series — which previously went by The Frankenstein Code, then Lookinglass — follows Jimmy Pritchard, a 75-year-old L.A. County Sheriff who gets reanimated as a younger, stronger version of himself (True Blood‘s Kazinsky) and vows to track down the man who killed him.
The science behind Jimmy’s resurrection comes courtesy of »
The following post contains major spoilers about Thursday’s Sleepy Hollow. Read on at your own risk…
If you’re keeping score at home, that’s Pandora: one, the Witnesses… minus one.
(If you guessed that the leftenant was the subject of Michael Ausiello’s recent blind item, here’s some cold comfort: You were right.)
In the »
Imagine that the American flag flying over your home, your school and your town park had a large swastika where the stars should be.
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The hour-long drama, which is loosely based on the Philip K. Dick novel of the same name, is set in an alternate reality 1962, where the Allied Powers lost World War II. Japan rules the West Coast, »
Wow. It's been quite a while since we've had a holiday episode on Bones. That's exactly what "High Treason in the Holiday Season" gives us, though we don't get to see Brennan determining the cause of death over a turkey carcass like we did eons ago when the Jeffersonian crew shared Thanksgiving. An even bigger surprise is that Brennan has secretly arranged to have a full grown Parker Booth (Gavin MacIntosh) flown in from Britain. Her awkward sneakiness about the whole thing has Booth salivating over Christmas gift possibilities as well as accusing her of having her pants justifiably set on fire fire (as in "liar, liar, etc").
The central issue in "High Treason in the Holiday Season," however, is the delicate balance between American freedoms and their consequences. A prolific political reporter had gone hog wild in using intel from a government snitch to write articles that proved fatal »
As a gay, forty-something white man and father of 4-year-old twins, I have no business judging the rap battle that took place on this week’s episode of Empire (though for the record, I’d probably call it a draw). That said, I do know a full plate of crazy when it drives up to the curb in a black SUV, sporting a chauffeur’s cap and a $10 blonde wig from Party City.
So you’ll have to forgive me if I hijack one of Cookie »
Thanksgiving is a time for family, so we can’t help wondering if the secret plan Brennan is cooking up in TVLine’s exclusive video from Thursday’s Bones (Fox, 8/7c) involves a reunion between Booth and his son, Parker.
After all, executive producer Michael Peterson did tell TVLine that the holiday installment would feature “returning family members.”
One thing Brennan isn’t cooking up, though: a turkey, which does not sit well with Booth, the lone bird eater in the house. »
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Question: Any new scoop on upcoming episodes of Chicago Fire?? —Alex
Ausiello: Just so you’re aware, Alex, double the question marks does not automatically result in double the scoop. But since I’m feeling generous, let’s give you two tidbits on which to chew. First, the tide may be turning for Severide — at least in the love department. “We have some things coming up romance-wise for him,” executive producer Matt Olmstead teases. On a second (and possibly related) note, »
If "Arrow" had an alternate name, it would be called "Resurrection", or at least "All Hail the Lazarus Pit". I say this — mostly in jest — because "Arrow" is bring another character back from the dead this week in the episode titled "Brotherhood". While Thea (Willa Holland) and Sara (Caity Lotz) needed the help of the Lazarus Pit to bring them back, this character doesn't need magic, he needs discovery. Much like Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh), who was thought to be dead until Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) and Curtis (Echo Kellum) discovered his message, this character was also only presumed dead. Who is this mysterious character, now returning to the land of the living? Andrew Diggle, John Diggle's believed-to-be-dead brother. Andy is played by Eugene Byrd, whose acting credits include "Bones", "8 Mile", "Heroes", and previous flashback episodes of "Arrow". According to John Diggle (David Ramsey), Andy was killed by Deadshot (Michael Rowe »
- Lauren Gallaway
Abhi Sinha has been cast in the role of Harry Whitmark in “The Conjuring 2,” TheWrap has learned. In the sequel to 2013’s “The Conjuring,” starring Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson, Sinha’s character will assist Maurice (Simon McBurney) and Anita (Franka Potente), two paranormal investigators who work alongside the Warren’s, in their research. Sinha is best known for his roles as Vikram in 2010’s “The Social Network” and Daniels in “Blackhat” alongside Chris Hemsworth and Viola Davis. He also starred on TV series like “Rizzoli & Isles,” “Greek,” “Bones” and “Scorpion.” Also Read: Warner Bros. Sued by 'The Conjuring' Homeowners Over Scary Fan. »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
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