Of all the panels held on Friday, I was the most psyched about Bones (and True Blood, but still Bones). Creator Hart Hanson and star David Boreanaz were on hand to talk about the upcoming sixth season of the FOX show. They revealed a few spoilers during the panel, so we've clearly marked those in the post below. The moderator from TV Guide started the panel by revealing *SPOILER ALERT* that one of the cast members would die. Eek! Hart refused to provide any further details about it, but said it would be "exciting". *SPOILER DONE* To Read More Click Here .
It looks like Booth found time to mix a little pleasure with his business during his tour of duty in Afghanistan. Sources confirm to me exclusively that Bones has tapped Canadian actress Katheryn Winnick (CSI, House, Criminal Minds) to play the sure-to-be-controversial role of Ashley, a war correspondent with whom Booth, ahem, bonded with during his year overseas. Without giving too much away, Ashley ends up following Booth back to D.C. where things get, well, complicated. Winnick is scheduled to appear in roughly five episodes, beginning with the Sept. 23 season premiere. Thoughts? Waiting to watch the actual episodes before rushing to judgment? Do you think Emily Deschanel could take Winnick in a cage match? Got questions for EP Hart Hanson and/or David Boreanaz when I see them at Comic-Con? Hit the comments! Source Here
'Bones' star David Boreanaz is being accused of sexual harassment in a lawsuit filed by Kristina Hagan, who was an extra on the series, according to Entertainment Weekly. Boreanaz said he was going help Hagan land a major role on the Fox' hit, then proceeded to send her inappropriate sexually explicit text messages and behave in a sexually aggressive way, according to the lawsuit. It is also alleged Boreanaz acted sexually inappropriate while the two were in a car together. The Hollywood Reporter provided further details, including the accusation that Boreanaz texted a picture of his penis to Hagan and that he masturbated in front of her. Hagan is represented Gloria Allred, who has worked on numerous high-profile cases in the past. A spokesperson for Boreanaz, who is also an executive producer on the show, has denied the charges. "The allegations concerning any alleged inappropriate conduct by David Boreanaz are totally fabricated and absurd. There is no validity to this lawsuit," said a statement in Entertainment Weekly. Source Here
You feel that? There's something magical in the air. Something that can only be credited to the fact that somewhere on the 20th Century Fox lot -- possibly behind the facade of the Royal Diner -- Booth and Brennan (or, rather, their real life counterparts David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel) are together again. Yes, "Bones" is officially in production, and cast and crew giddily tweeted about the start of season 6 throughout their first day. And the recurring theme? These guys really get a kick out of each other. Creator and show-runner Hart Hanson might have been the most excited: "FIRST DAY OF SHOOTING, SEASON 6, "BONES"! (You can tell I'm excited by the capital letters. Or crazy.) DB already made me snort coffee." To Read More Click Here .
Last time we saw " Bones ," the Jeffersonian crew parted ways at an airport, with Booth (David Boreanaz) and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) going off to opposite ends of the earth to pursue their respective loves of do-goodery and corpse probing. And they never saw each other again. Um, clearly not. Everyone on "Bones" will probably reunite in the first five minutes of the season 6 premiere, but how much time has passed and what brings them back together are the variables at play. Until now. SPOILERS AHEAD. EW chatted with "Bones" executive producer Stephen Nathan, dispelling rumors that the new season will pick up one year after the events of the last. No, the one-year jump is a desperate move. "Bones" is content with only seven months. As for the circumstances of the reunion, apparently it's to save their buddy Cam (Tamara Taylor). Unsurprisingly, her job performance falls behind without a crack team at her disposal, and when one super-stumper of a case puts her position at the Jeffersonian in the balance, Booth and Brennan come to her rescue. And we're guessing they're not just bringing back novelty souvenirs in their baggage -- right? (We mean emotions.) Source Here
Fox will roll out its fall season with House and the series premiere of Lone Star, the network announced Tuesday. House will kick off its seventh season on Monday, Sept. 20 at 8/7c, followed by new drama Lone Star, which stars James Wolk as a Texas con man with a double life. The following night Glee will return, followed by new comedies Raising Hope and Running Wilde. The Good Guys, which has been airing on Mondays this summer, will make its fall debut on Friday, Sept. 24 at 9/8c, following the season premiere of Human Target. Lie to Me - Good Guys' summer lead-in - won't return until Wednesday, Nov. 10 at 8/7c. Reruns of Lone Star and Running Wilde will air Saturdays, starting at 11/10c, replacing the defunct Wanda Sykes Show. Check out the full schedule below: To Read More Click Here .
Early in its upcoming season, Fox's Bones will undergo a big transition as the investigative team finally closes the case on its greatest adversary. But as the dust settles, an even worse threat will emerge - and one fan favorite will not survive! Watch for Deirdre Lovejoy to reappear for her final turn as murderous Heather "Gravedigger" Taffet, who has one last card to play after being convicted. Executive producer Hart Hanson says the same episode will introduce "someone much worse, who will dog us for the season." (A male will likely be cast as this new menace, to be given an ominous nickname like Gormogon and Gravedigger.) To Read More Click Here .
Bones viewers have big, big changes to look forward to when this Fox hit returns in September. We already know the series will jump ahead in time, as its main players return from the Maluku Islands, Afghanistan, Paris and other parts of the world. Now, thanks to TV Guide, we can also confirm that fans will have to adjust to a new woman in Booth's life. As soon as Bones returns with new episodes, we'll meet a journalist who Booth met when she was embedded with his unit in Afghanistan. She'll follow him back to Washington and the two will attempt a real relationship, with Brennan's complete blessing - at least at first. The role of Booth's new girlfriend has not been cast yet. We could see former 24 star Annie Wersching in the role. Do you have any suggestions? Source Here
After watching the fifth season finale of Bones, many fans were inclined to believe that Carla Gallo is officially done with the show considering her character Daisy already broke up with Sweets. Moreover, she's been cast to star in a Fox comedy pilot from Ben Stiller's production shingle that revolves around group of lackluster CIA operatives at a covert South American outpost. But that's not the case, according Gallo, who tells Entertainment Weekly's Michael Ausiello that Bones fans have not seen the last of Daisy. "I will be back on Bones because the pilot I shot [Fox's The Station] did not get picked up," Gallo explains. "[The producers] told me they would find a place for me." To Read More Click Here .
The "Grey's Anatomy" season finale was almost enough for ABC to best CBS for an overall win, but the doctors of Seattle Grace couldn't quite save the night (or several of their team). Instead, the finales of "The Mentalist" and "CSI" took the crown for CBS again. CBS averaged 12.4 million viewers and a 7.7 rating/13 share in households. ABC was nipping on its heels with 11.8 million and a 7.6/13. FOX's finales took a respectable third place with 7.4 million, 4.6/8. NBC trailed in fourth, though they were up from last week, with 5.0 million viewers, 3.2/5. The CW's rerun of "Smallville" was last with 1.4 million and a 0.9/2 share. ABC took the all-important 18-49 demographic with a 4.1 rating. The other networks were far behind, as CBS had a 2.6, NBC and FOX tied for third with a 2.4 and the CW had a 0.5 in the demo. To Read More Click Here .