* The Deep End (8/7c ABC) Five first-year associates are thrown into "the deep end" at a prestigious L.A. law firm in the pilot of this legal drama. Most recognizable among the youngbloods are Mehcad Brooks (Eggs from HBO's True Blood) as the group's alpha dog, and Tina Majorino (Veronica Mars, Big Love) as the straight arrow. The firm's managing partners represent a dichotomy - Billy Zane's character goes by The Prince of Darkness while Clancy Brown's is pushing for sainthood. Lawyers, start your briefs. * Burn Notice (10/9c USA Network ) The spy drama returns for the second half of its third season with an episode that's sure to be a treat for Cagney & Lacey fans. Tyne Daly guest stars alongside her former partner in crime-fighting, Sharon Gless, as a potential intelligence contact that Michael asks Madeline to cultivate. Meanwhile, Michael tangles with violent con men and also tries to figure out who's going to extreme measures to get his attention. * Bones (8/7c Fox) Conspiracy theorists alert! Few things get skeptics of ambiguous historical narratives excited like the assassinations of U.S. presidents, and tonight the Jeffersonian team does its duty in the name of national security. It all starts when a no-nonsense government agent (Richard T. Jones) locks down the lab and orders Brennan and the squints to get to the bottom of a very famous murder. But it's all too much for Booth and his boss (Diedrich Bader), who come up with a risky plan to find out on their own. * Grey's Anatomy (9/8c ABC) Izzie's back tonight. Of course, when we last saw Alex he was hitting the hay with Lexie after she had broken up with Mark. But Mark spurned Addison after they hit the hay (her office floor, actually) on Private Practice last week: Will Mark try to reconnect with Lexie? And that's not all: How will Cristina react now that she knows about Teddy's feelings for Owen? Ain't love grand? Meanwhile, Derek has learned of the Chief's drinking problem and will do something about it. * CSI : Crime Scene Investigation (9/8c CBS) Foul play rocks a Las Vegas golf tournament when a legendary golf pro is found dead on the back nine during the event, and the evidence suggests he was murdered. The investigation also reveals the more "swinging" side of the sport. Golfers Natalie Gulbis, Rocco Mediate, Gary McCord and Duffy Waldorf guest star as themselves, as well as former pro David Feherty. Source Here
Watch a sneak peek of BONES "The Proof in the Pudding" Season 5 Episode 12 which airs this Thursday January 21 at 8pm on Fox. Episode Synopsis: Mr. White (guest star Jones) and his team of government agents put the Jeffersonian Lab on lock down and demand that Brennan and her forensics team determine a cause of death for an unidentified, but highly classified set of remains. As the team gets to work, their findings lead them to suspect they are investigating one of the most famous presidential assassinations in history. Meanwhile, Boothâs boss, Andrew Hacker (guest star Bader), helps him break into the lab and determine the motive behind the mystery investigation, and a frustrated Cam worries that Michelle may be keeping a big secret from her in the all-new "The Proof in the Pudding" episode of BONES airing Thursday, Jan. 21 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Cast: Emily Deschanel as Dr. Temperance Brennan; David Boreanaz as FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth; TJ Thyne as Dr. Jack Hodgins; Michaela Conlin as Angela Montenegro; Tamara Taylor as Dr. Camille âCamâ Saroyan; John Francis Daley as Dr. Lance Sweets Guest Cast: Diedrich Bader as Andrew Hacker; Richard T. Jones as Mr. White; Scott Connors as Mr. Jones; Dylan Kenin as Mr. Smith Source & Preview
Bones is all new on January 28 (more new Bones all the time, please!). We've already posted promo photos for the January 21episode, but now you can check out photos for the January 28 episode, courtesy of FOX, along with a synopsis. Oh, and guess what? Booth's cute but irresponsible younger brother, Jared, is making a comeback! To Read More Click here .
The next episode of "Bones" will interfere with American History. Booth and Brennan are on a mission to identify the cause of death of a very important person, whose bones are kept inside the Jeffersonian Lab. Analyzing the structure with computer technology, the team finds out that laying in front of them are the remains of John F. Kennedy. Mr. White (guest star Richard T. Jones) and his team of government agents put the Jeffersonian Lab on lock down and demand that Brennan and her forensics team determine a cause of death for an unidentified, but highly classified set of remains. As the team gets to work, their findings lead them to suspect they are investigating one of the most famous presidential assassinations in history. Meanwhile, Booth's boss, Andrew Hacker (guest star Diedrich Bader), helps him break into the lab and determine the motive behind the mystery investigation, and a frustrated Cam worries that Michelle may be keeping a big secret from her. "The Proof in the Pudding" is set to air on January 21. Source & Preview
Reunited and it feels so gooood! Tonight we will be reunited with just about all our beloved Thursday TV shows! Also reunited (on screen) tonight - Amy Poehler and her real life husband, Will Arnett on Parks & Recreation ! Check out all the Thursday favs back on tonight including most of the NBC comedies (with a double 30 Rock ), ABC dramas, and more: 8/7c Community on NBC Bones on Fox 8:30/7:30c Parks & Recreation on NBC 9/8c 30 Rock on NBC Grey's Anatomy on ABC Fringe on Fox CSI on CBS 9:30/8:30c 30 Rock on NBC 10/9c The Jay Leno Show on NBC Private Practice on ABC The Mentalist on CBS Archer on FX Project Runway on Lifetime Television The Real Housewives of Orange County on Bravo 11/10c Models of the Runway on Bravo The Daily Show on Comedy Central 11:30/10:30c The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien on NBC The Colbert Report on Comedy Central What will you be watching?
Bones is back with a brand new case and this time, it might involve creatures from out of space. OK so maybe it won't but Brennan and Booth are forced to think outside the box when a local UFO fanatic becomes the victim of what looks to be a murder with extraterrestrial attributes. In "The X in the File," Booth and Brennan head to Roswell, New Mexico to investigate the victim's human remains, and ends up interviewing diner owner Blaine Miller, portrayed by guest star Dean Haglund (The X-Files). However, a local sheriff refuses to release the bones of the victim, who's known around town for her relentless search for alien life forms and whose latest "evidence" leads even Brennan and Booth to re-think outside existence. Now the team at the Jeffersonian is forced to work via satellite while Angela and Jeffersonian intern Wendell finally come clean about their relationship. Source & Preview
"BONES" CELEBRATES MILESTONE 100TH EPISODE THURSDAY, APRIL 8, ON FOX Episode Directed by Series Star David Boreanaz Over the course of five seasons, the partnership between DR. TEMPERANCE BRENNAN (Emily Deschanel) and FBI SPECIAL AGENT SEELEY BOOTH (David Boreanaz) has evolved from strictly professional into an unlikely and perhaps romantic pairing. The formidable duo's dynamic and unusual history is examined in the milestone 100th episode of BONES airing Thursday, April 8 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. "The Parts in the Sum of the Whole," directed by Boreanaz, recounts the first time Brennan and Booth worked together on a case. This look back at their beginnings has a profound effect on them and may change their feelings for each other forever. The episode also provides a glimpse at the other Jeffersonian team members to see how their relationships began and the influence they have had on each other's lives. "I'm so proud to stand by each and every cast and crew member on this momentous achievement of our 100th episode," said Boreanaz. "All the blood, sweat and tears has brought us to this moment. With each step we became a family, and with each step further I take on directing this episode as a friend. To 100! Salute!" "All of us at BONES are keenly aware of how rare and exciting it is for a television drama to make it to the 100th episode mark," said BONES executive producer Hart Hanson. "For this to happen, a lot of elements have to come together in an organic way the most important being cast and audience. BONES is fortunate to have the best of both." Throughout BONES' 100 episodes, Brennan and Booth's "will they or won't they?" connection has excited a loyal fan base and has generated much discussion as to what direction their relationship should take. In addition, the Jeffersonian team has explored and uncovered incredibly bizarre causes of death in their investigations, and the series has served up some of the most gruesome cases ever on television. A darkly amusing procedural with humor, heart and character, BONES focuses on a highly skilled forensic anthropologist whose special expertise lies in her uncanny ability to read clues left behind in the bones of murder victims. The series also stars TJ Thyne, Michaela Conlin, Tamara Taylor and John Francis Daley. BONES is from Far Field Productions and Josephson Entertainment in association with 20th Century Fox Television. Hart Hanson, Stephen Nathan, Ian Toynton and Barry Josephson are executive producers. source here
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Bones fans had to wait a long time for Temperance Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) to lock lips, but they may be in for an even bigger surprise in the Season 5 finale. "A couple is going to get married," said executive producer Hart Hanson. "It could be [Booth and Bones]." No, you're not dreaming. Two regular characters are getting hitched in the season finale, though Hart made it sound like they might bypass the actual ceremony. Don't worry though; it won't be a Post-It note wedding. The 100th episode, which airs April 8, flashes back to the first case that Booth and Bones worked together, and is a catalyst for what's to come at the end of the season. "There's a change in their relationship in the 100th episode and in the season finale, a couple will be wed," said Hanson. "I do want to see them get together," said Deschanel. "It's a tricky thing because it's risky once you get the two characters together. Their relationship changes completely during the [100th] episode. It reveals a lot of things about their relationship." "There's a big revelation in his character and hers and someone has to make a change here," added Boreanaz. But the former Angel hunk hopes he's not playing hubby next season or, really, ever on Bones. "To be honest with you, it would be nice not to see them together. It would be interesting, with potential for the future." Hanson, on the other hand, already knows how Bones and Brennan's story ends. "I know the end of the series that I have in my head and I know where their relationship goes, but it's an organic thing," he said. "The series makes its own demands. My job is to keep people wanting them to be together for as long as possible before putting them together without losing an audience." Do you want Booth and Bones to get married in the season finale or would you rather see two other characters tie the knot? Source Here
It's official: Eric Millegan won't just return to Bones. He'll reprise his role as Zack on the show's 100th episode, scheduled to air on April 8. As previously reported, the milestone installment will flashback to Booth and Brennan's first assignment together. Says executive producer Stephen Nathan to Entertainment Weekly: We'll see Zack during their first case and we'll see the first meeting between Booth and Zack. Altogether now, Bones fans: Hooray! Source here