Mindy Cohn is about to teach Daisy the facts of life during this week’s Bones.
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Dr. Hodgins will soon find himself the suspect of an investigation… again.
Though Bones fans are heartbroken over the loss of Sweets, his death may ultimately help the Jeffersonian team uncover the big conspiracy.
You may remember that in 2005, there was a new show about people who solved crime using bones. It was called, unsurprisingly, Bones, and it starred the guy from Buffy and Angel and the woman whose younger sister was in Elf. Remember that show? It hasn’t gone anywhere. Or maybe it would be more accurate to say that it’s gone everywhere—Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and back again—but it hasn’t gone away. Whether you’ve been watching for a decade or fell off the wagon years ago, we have the ultimate season-by-season guide to get you prepared for tonight’s season 10 premiere.
Season 1: FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) is paired with Dr. Temperance Brennan (Emily Deschanel), a forensic anthropologist who uses bones to determine how people died. Brennan works at the Jeffersonian Institution—think Smithsonian—with her team of “squints,” including Hodgins (TJ Thyne), bug guy and secret billionaire; Angela (Michaela Conlin), an artist whose dad just happens to be a member of ZZ Top; and Zack (Eric Millegan), the intern. When they find Brennan’s mother’s body, she discovers that her parents were actually bank robbers on the run, and her dad is still out there.
Prison will not be easy for Booth when Bones returns for its 10th season.
Booth will be facing a rough road ahead when Bones returns for season 10.
After being arrested for the murders of three FBI agents in the season finale, the upcoming season premiere will find Booth behind bars—an unfortunate place to be, considering most of his cellmates are convicts that he actually locked up there.
Orange is the new Booth! The first footage from Fox’s Bones season 10 just debuted at Comic-Con. It shows Booth (David Boreanaz) struggling to survive in prison after last season’s cliffhanger.
As fans know, the now-married Booth and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) were cruelly separated after Booth was arrested for the murder of three Delta Force henchmen who are part of government conspiracy. How will he handle the agonizing hardship of incarceration? With fists and facial hair! Below is the first footage for the new season of Fox’s long-running fan-favorite procedural. The video just played in the show’s panel at Comic-Con in San Diego; it includes highlights from past episodes before going into the freshly shot new footage. Bones returns to Fox on Thursday, Sept. 25 at 8 p.m. Exclusively on EW.com, here’s the teaser: READ FULL STORY
Before season finale season kicked into high gear, ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY reached out to some of your favorite shows for some unconventional teases. Check out the latest installment of our Season Finale Survey below: READ FULL STORY
Bones fans, brace yourselves.
Ordinarily, we’d set up the following sneak peek clip with a flowery intro, maybe a pun or two. But the video you’re about to see is so intense and worrying, we really think you have to see this clip from Monday’s season finale of Bones for yourself.
Don’t say we didn’t warn you… READ FULL STORY
We all know Lance Sweets is a master of psychoanalyzing, but when Booth finds himself sidelined in tonight’s episode of Bones, Sweets is going to step out from behind his desk to prove himself unlike ever before.
“Booth is unavailable in this portion of the series because he’s prepping the episode that follows to direct,” jokes John Francis Daley, referencing star David Boreanaz’s turn as director for the season finale. “The way they wrote it is that he’s busy studying for this FBI exam and he hands the reigns over to Sweets to be the lead FBI agent on the case and, of course, Sweets jumps at the opportunity.” READ FULL STORY
Bones returns to Monday nights next week with the final stretch of its ninth season, which promises to present Booth and Brennan with a situation like none they’ve ever experienced, according to executive producer Stephen Nathan.
“Sort of the past few years, the cliffhanger was Pelant [Andrew Leeds]. It was a serial killer. This time, we wanted our ongoing threat — at least from the end of season 9 to the beginning of season 10 — to be something very vague and conspiratorial rather than one evil person,” he tells EW. “It took us in a very, very different direction and put the characters in situations we haven’t seen before.”
For details, check out our chat with Nathan, where he talks about Cam’s (Tamara Taylor) first meeting with Arastoo’s (Pej Vahdat) parents, Wendell’s (Michael Grant Terry) cancer struggles, and whether or not Booth (David Boreanaz) and Bones (Emily Deschanel) will be planning for baby No. 2 any time soon. Also, check out an exclusive clip from Monday’s episode! READ FULL STORY
Actor Ralph Waite died Thursday at the age of 85, and though he was best known for for his portrayal of stalwart father figure John Walton on The Waltons, which ran from 1971-81, in recent years, he had recurring roles on Bones, NCIS, and Days of Our Lives. And after news of Waite’s passing, cast and producers from those shows honored the actor. READ FULL STORY
McKayla Maroney might be in big trouble on this week’s episode of Bones.
In the episode, airing Friday, the gold medalist finds herself on the wrong end of one of Booth and Brennan’s investigations after a fellow gymnast meets her end. In the exclusive preview below, Maroney, who was part of the 2012 gold medal-winning U.S. women’s olympic gymnastics team and brief Internet sensation, admits to her Bones obsession and talks about her day on the set. READ FULL STORY
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