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
After sharing with you Kendra's Top 10 Wishes for the New Year and Rachel's 10 TV Wishes for 2010 , we thought it would also be fun to sort through your comments and share with SideReel some of our users' wishes. So, without further ado, here are 10 of our favorite Reeler wishes: 1. Caprica has a big start and additionally meets the expectations of BSG fans. - tvseeker And on a related note... 2. "The BSG movie is never heard from again." - totvornottotv And for some more SciFi show love... 3. If this DOES turn out to be the final season of Supernatural , the show goes out with a BANG. - sceeZer 4. People give the new Doctor Who a chance. - lostnthought , among others 5. " Stargate Universe needs to get a Stargate-ish feel." - Serathas Some matchmaking... 6. "Booth and Brennan get together" (on Bones ) and "Eric and Sookie get together" (on True Blood ) - kabomb123 And finally some pleas to the networks... 7. "I would love it if American networks would stop remaking shows from other foreign shows." (because they normally do a bad job...) - jaivomi 8. To ABC - " Castle survives to see another season." - ChuckNut 9. To FOX - " Glee comes back earlier than April." - 9ja_tvaddict 10. "Networks know how to identify, promote, and hold on to their good shows." (R.I.P., Dollhouse ) - ak10 Thanks guys, for all of your contributions! Still haven't shared your 2010 TV Wishes in comments? There's still time! All year, in fact...
After sharing with you Kendra's Top 10 Wishes for the New Year and Rachel's 10 TV Wishes for 2010 , we thought it would also be fun to sort through your comments and share with SideReel some of our users' wishes. So, without further ado, here are 10 of our favorite Reeler wishes: 1. Caprica has a great start and meets the expectations of BSG fans. - tvseeker 2. If this DOES turn out to be the final season of Supernatural , the show goes out with a BANG. - sceeZer 3. "I would love it if American networks would stop remaking shows from other foreign shows." (because they normally do a bad job...) - jaivomi 4. " Castle survives to see another season." - ChuckNut 5. " Glee comes back earlier than April." - 9ja_tvaddict R.I.P. /> 6. "Networks know how to identify, promote, and hold on to their good shows." - ak10 7. "Booth and Brennan get together" (on Bones ) and "Eric and Sookie get together" (on True Blood ) - kabomb123 8. People give the new Doctor Who a chance. - lostnthought , among others 9. " Stargate Universe needs to get a Stargate-ish feel." - Serathas 10. "The BSG movie is never heard from again." - totvornottotv Still haven't shared your 2010 TV Wishes in comments? There's still time! All year, in fact...
Hey, you guys remember that Christmas episode back in season 1 when the whole team was locked inside the lab because of a possible mysterious spore virus that a skeleton may/may not have had? Well, they're doing that again for the January 21st episode. Or, at the very least, something like that. In the episode, Bones and the rest of the crew are on lock-down in the lab in order to investigate some mysterious remains. No spore viruses this time, though. It's all about a potential high-profile murder. FOX has released promo photos and a synopsis, which we have for you below. To Read More Click Here .
You've probably already heard a lot of things about Bones ' 100th episode, particularly the highly anticipated trip down memory lane in which we get to see Booth and Brennan's first tag-team assignment, or better yet how they first met. That milestone episode is currently in the writers' office but more details have already surfaced about the flashback, thanks to TV Guide Magazine's William Keck. Warning: Spoilers ahead!!! To Read More Click Here .
As previously reported, Bones will flashback to the first-ever meeting between Booth and Brennan when the series airs its 100th episode. Now, creator Hart Hanson is revealing more about the highly-anticipated installment. It kicks off with the investigative duo correcting a passage in Sweets' book, as they feel a need to explain to him how they actually met. Cut back to six years earlier. Booth is haunted by an unsolved case and tracks down Brennan for assistance. However, âthey didnât like each other very much,â Hanson tells TV Guide Magazine about the pair's initial interactions. âIâm excited to find out what made Booth and Brennan hate each other," said star Emily Deschanel. "It had to be something big.â Also expected on the episode: Eric Milligan as Zack Addy; and Tamara Taylor as Camille in her pre-Jeffersonian Institute gig as a New York coroner. The show returns with new installments on January 14. Source Here
Check out a first look of Dean Haglund guest starring on the 2010 premiere episode of BONES titled "The X in the File" which airs Thursday, Jan. 14 2010 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX Dean Haglund will play Blaine Miller, a diner owner who will be investigated by Booth and Bones after a death in the desert, near Roswell, NM. Haglund is better known as Richard "Ringo" Langly, one of the Lone Gunmen on The X-Files. Episode Synopsis: Brennan and Booth travel to Mexico to investigate human remains with extraterrestrial attributes; Angela and intern Wendell come clean about their relationship. (Source: Spoiler TV) Source & More Photos
When you're exhausted from family time, wrapping paper, and dirty dishes, there's nothing like a good TV marathon or holiday special to give yourself a break. Check out our roundup of what to watch this holiday season (all times ET/PT unless otherwise noted: To Read More Click Here .
Seeing how a double shot of Deschanels gave a boost to the ratings of Bones, it's not hard to imagine Zooey Deschanel returning to the procedural drama in the future. Last week's episode, "The Goop on the Girl," featured a guest appearance by Emily Deschanel's sister as Brennan's cousin Margaret--- which attracted 10.8 million viewers according to Nielsen's estimates. "We'd love to have you back any time," Emily Deschanel tells sister Zooey, who was quite unsure if she's ever going to return on Bones, in an interview with journalists. "I think it is open-ended and it's open-ended for a reason. It took us five seasons to figure out when Zooey could come on the show so it may take another five seasons for her to come back!" "We're so happy it worked out. It was something we have been trying to do from the beginning, it's just scheduling that is hard," added the Bones star, referring to the years of fans' pleading to get her and Zooey on the same screen. For now, though, Emily and Zooey, who is mostly busy with movie projects, including the upcoming comedy Your Highness, are content at doing their own thing as it gives them the chance to be admire each other's work. "We don't have anything lined up. Besides this experience, we have our own relationship that has nothing to do with business," the Bones star said. "We can be supportive but we don't have to work together." "It was so much fun to do Bones, but in a lot of ways it's just nice that I can stand back and see Emily and be proud of her without having to be in business. I just feel like it makes more sense for us to both have our own things that we do," Zooey added. Source Here
Family gatherings are always awkward and reunions on Bones are no different. Tonight, we finally meet Brennan's second cousin, Margaret, played by Emily Deschanel's real life sister Zooey Deschanel, and interestingly we get to spend the holidays with the whole Jeffersonian team. In "The Good on the Girl," the 10th episode of Bones' fifth season, Brennan's plans to spend Christmas in El Salvador are thwarted when her father (guest star Ryan O'Neal) convinces her to spend the holidays with him and newly discovered distant relative Margaret Whitesell. Unfortunately, this leads to an awkward first meeting between Brennan and Margaret, who apparently is a Benjamin Franklin expert. Meanwhile, the team investigates the case of a man dressed as Santa Claus who blows himself up during a botched bank robbery. Booth and Brennan work to identify the bomber and determine his motives. Source & Preview