Some bones should stay buried . When Bones returns to Fox on Thursday, January 20, something big is in the air. Something old. Something new. Something borrowed. Something ... so very wrong. We'll let you see the specific teases for yourself, but this Australian promo for the second half of season six hints at some potentially huge developments: Source & Promo
Everyone makes resolutions for New Year's, so why not the main characters on Bones ? We’ve got a few suggestions — emphasis on suggestions ; we don’t mean to offend the more sensitive souls! — for the folks of our fave show. To Read More Click Here.
It has to be a whole lot of fun working on Bones. You get to play with creepy, slimy things, hang out in the Royal Diner when filming scenes, and probably make a good chunk of change to boot. Who wouldn't want to be on this show? So, how much do these lucky actors make? The first thing you need to consider is that they are on a popular show. The slow economy has hit the television world much the same as it has the rest of the country, so even actors on popular TV shows aren't making what they were "back in the day." Of course, that doesn't mean they aren't doing well! To Read More Click Here.
She may be relatively new to the show, but Bones ' Katheryn Winnick is already making a splash. Take a peek through our gallery and learn a little bit more about the gorgeous face behind Hannah Burley. To Read More Click Here.
BONES fans, how intense was "The Doctor in the Photo"? The best episode of the season thus far, right? Emily Deschanel’s amazing performance as Brennan spiraling out of control coupled with Carla Kettner’s fantastic script and Ian Toynton’s unique direction made for one heck of an unforgettable hour. In fact, I was so impressed by the episode, I sought Kettner out to chat about how the Brennan-centric hour came to be, whether Micah was real, the very important car scene in which Brennan revealed her big regret and much more… http://www.givememyremote.com/remote/2010/12/10/bones-carla-kettner-talks-writing-the-doctor-in-the-photo-brennan-booth-and-micah/
Now that we've recovered from the emotional mid-season finale (Season 6, Episode 9, "The Doctor in the Photo"), we can't help obsessing over what the next episode (Season 6, Episode 10, "The Bullet in the Brain") might have in store when Bones returns on January 20th. "The Bullet in the Brain" will feature David Boreanaz as director, which seems appropriate, considering this episode is all about Booth's history as a sniper. We're guessing this is the episode where Hannah finally learns all the secrets her special agent boyfriend has been keeping. Spoilers ahead! More than that, however, "The Bullet in the Brain" is the start of a three-arc episode, during which the sniper, Ripkin Broadsky (guest star Arnold Vosloo), will "take out" a reccurring character. Since we're thinking "reccurring" means definitely not the main players of Bones (Booth, Brennan, Angela, Cam, or Hodgins) — we won't stand for it, Hart Hanson! — we can't help speculating who it could be. In the order of least to most likely, here are the candidates. To Read More Click Here.
"We must all suffer from one of two pains: the pain of discipline or the pain of regret. The difference is discipline weighs ounces while regret weighs tons." -- Jim Rohn There comes a time at least once in a person's life where the death of a total stranger has a profound affect on you. It may be due to a similarity in age or other characteristics such as profession or social life. Regardless, when you hear about that person's death it can be a harder blow for you than the death of a close relative because, as you gather more information, you realize that this person could have been you. Such was the case with Temperance Brennan in this week's episode of 'Bones,' in a story that focused more on the good doctor rather than the victim. It all started with the dolphin ring Temperance discovered on the victim's hand. From there, similarities began to pile up. The victim was incredibly smart, logical and a hard worker who wanted those around her to work just as hard. Friendless with a potential lack of social skills, the victim spent most of her time alone at the office. To Read More Click Here.
Ever since Hannah arrived on the scene, things have been different between Brennan and Booth. Hannah represents a door that was once slightly ajar and is now slammed shut. There is no way our favorite will-they-won’t-they couple are getting together as long as the intrepid reporter is around, as evidenced by events in Season 6, Episode 9, "The Doctor in the Photo." As Booth was quick to point out, Hannah "is not a consolation prize." Meaning that Booth didn't just hook up with Hannah because he couldn't have Brennan. (That's his story, at least.) Still, fans are wondering just how far this Booth and Hannah thing will go. * Spoiler* The producers have teased about a proposal, and it’s not crazy to imagine Booth getting down on one knee to ask Hannah to marry him. *End spoiler* To Read More Click Here.
Two of the Bones actors who portray Dr. Brennan's constantly rotating "squinterns" will soon find themselves exploring new job possibilities. Carla Gallo, who plays Daisy Wick, and Ryan Cartwright, who plays Vincent Nigel-Murray, have both been cast in new upcoming series. Deadline.com announced on Dec. 7 that Syfy had picked up 11 episodes of Cartwright's new series, Alphas . The story will follow a team of "ordinary" people who have extraordinary abilities. David Strathairn has the starring role, with Cartwright appearing in a supporting part. To Read More Click Here.
Tonight on the last episode of Vampire Diaries before the show's winter hiatus, Tyler faces his big transition from teen to wolf! Also, be sure to check out ABC holiday specials like Shrek the Halls and Prep & Landing, and a holiday episode of The Office (sorry, no Outsourced this week)! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c Shrek The Halls on ABC -- special! The Big Bang Theory on CBS Vampire Diaries on The CW Bones on FOX Community on NBC 8:30/7:30c Prep & Landing on ABC -- special! $#*! My Dad Says on CBS 30 Rock on NBC 9/8c Grey's Anatomy on ABC CSI: Crime Scene Investigation on CBS Nikita on The CW Fringe on FOX The Office on NBC -- one-hour special! 10/9c Private Practice on ABC The Mentalist on CBS The Apprentice on NBC The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Bravo It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia on FX Burn Notice on USA Network What will you be watching?