'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
SPOILER ALERT: If you have yet to watch tonight's Bones finale, stop reading now. I repeat, if you have yet to watch tonight's Bones finale, stop reading now. For the last time, if you have yet to watch tonight's Bones finale, stop reading now. Everyone else, onward and downward' A word about the season finale of Bones, in which the entire Jeffersonian team - Booth and Brennan included -split up: whoa! That said, let's ask executive producer Stephen Nathan one of the only two questions you have - and since 'WTF? 'Â is rather a rude query, I'm going with, 'okay, what next? 'Â 'The start of the season will have Booth and Brennan meeting [12 months later] at the coffee cart, and the series will start again' though on very different footing,' he says. 'There will be big changes. 'Â Big as in, maybe B&B don't come back alone big? 'Perhaps not alone, 'Â Nathan teases, adding, 'There's a potential for a new recurring character or two next season. 'Â But don't freak - or try not to, he pleads. When the Jeffersonian team reassembles, your favorite characters will all be there, and they'll - be the same people, [just] with one solid year of independent life under their belts. So when they see each other again, they will be different. 'Our intention was to really shake things up, 'Â Nathan continues, 'so that we don't just come back with the same dynamic. 'Â Mission accomplished! Thoughts? Will absence make the heart grow fonder - or further apart? Sound off below! Source Here
Bones fans can rest assured of one thing: This season's finale won't be set in an alternate reality. And the cast is mighty pleased about that. "It's a great season finale," David Boreanaz tells TVGuide.com. "It's much better than last season's. I just didn't like last year's finale." "I never felt right about last year's until we got to the next season," adds Emily Deschanel. "This is much more of a Bones episode, where that felt on its own." With Brennan on the verge of quitting due to the overwhelming stress and her inability to open up to those around her, the finale will focus on her relationship with Booth, says Boreanaz. "It's got a really strong dynamic again of the relationships," he says. "The audience will love where they're going, and it'll take a while for [Booth and Bones] to get back." Bones might not be the only character saying farewell for a while. "There's a lot of people saying goodbye in this episode," says Michaela Conlin, who hints that Angela will be involved with Paris in some way. Unfortunately, fans will have to wait quite a while to find out whether Booth and Bones will team up again next year. "Usually we don't do the cliff-hanger thing, but this year we do," says Tamara Taylor. "Even I'm wondering how we'll re-enter the next season." Do you want to see Booth and Bones together again? Source Here
Watch a sneak peek of the upcoming episode of BONES "The Beginning in the End" Season 5 Episode 22 which airs Thursday May 20 at 8pm on Fox. Episode Synopsis: The team works to uncover clues buried under a life's worth of possessions saved by a hoarder in order to solve the mystery of his death. Meanwhile, Angela's father (guest star Gibbons) has a specific purpose for his most recent visit, and Brennan and Booth are confronted with unique opportunities in the "The Beginning in the End" season finale episode of BONES airing Thursday, May 20 (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 "Cam" Saroyan; John Francis Daley as Dr. Lance Sweets Guest Cast: Patricia Belcher as AUSA Caroline Julian; Carla Gallo as Daisy Wick; Billy F. Gibbons as Himself; Skyler James as Dylan; Gina Torrecilla as Mom; Scott Atkinson as Morgan Finley; Ned Vaughn as Col. Dan Pelant; Ty Panitz as Parker Booth; Deidrie Henry as Elaine Akusta; Reginald Ballard as Rocky DeKnight Source & Preview
Angela and Hodgins became one of my favorite TV couples from the moment we saw the first hints of flirtation between them on Bones. So when Michaela Conlin braved the rainy New York City streets last week to pop into the EW.com offices (sans entourage!), I was thrilled to ask her all the character-related questions that have been plaguing my little fan brain since we saw the pair's surprise wedding. The best part? She didn't look at me like I was crazy. In fact, she was totally willing to geek out right along with me and speak about her character with thoughtfulness and excitement. Read on for her take on the couple's surprise nuptials and what the future holds for our match made in squinty heaven. To Read More Click Here .
How significant is this week's season finale of Bones? So significant that Fox has invented new words to describe developments from it, as the following promo teases "The Beginning in the End" as depicting one of the most "life-changeingest moments ever." Does this involve Angela and Hodgins' wedding? Brennan's decision to relocate? Watch the video and decide for yourself... As previous Bones spoilers (and Emily Deschanel) have revealed, "there are big changes, and decisions are made that affect the future for Booth and Brennan [on the epislde]. But also the future for other characters as well." Source & Promo
Following a case that was "bigger than a root canal," according to a great Booth quote last night, Bones heads into next week's season finale. It's been teased as a "new direction" for the series, as Booth faces a major decision and Angela's father (played by ZZ Top singer Billy Gibbons) comes to town. What will actually transpire on "The Beginning in the End?" We'll all have to tune in and find out. Below, though, you can at least get an early look at the episode: Source & Video
Angela's father returns for the season finale of Bones, which will be airing on May 20. I guess he gets wind of his daughter's recent marriage to Hodgins. FOX has released a few promo photos and a synopsis, which you can view below. THE TEAM INVESTIGATES THE REMAINS OF A HOARDER ON THE SEASON FINALE OF âBONESâ ON THURSDAY, MAY 20, ON FOX. To Read More Click Here .
Justice will hopefully be served as Bones brings back one of its badass villains to bring closure to an old but not forgotten plot. As mentioned previously, the show is tapping once again on the Gravedigger storyline and we see it all unfold in the episode entitled "The Boy with the Answer." To refresh your memory, the Gravedigger was first introduced in the second season of Bones as an antagonist who abducted people, buried them alive and then demanded ransom to reveal their location so they could be saved before they die of suffocation. Brennan and Hodgins experienced the Gravedigger's ruthlessness firsthand as the Gravedigger tried to bury them alive. Booth also got his share of bad luck when Bones revisited the Gravedigger plot in the fourth season where he was kidnapped and left for dead. At the time, fans also learned her identity (Assistant US Attorney Heather Taffet). To Read More Click Here .
On tomorrow night's episode of Bones, The Gravedigger goes on trial. It's a huge development and fans can get an early look at "The Boy with the Answer" via these episode stills. But many viewers want to look ahead to the May 20 season finale - and, hey, who are we to disappoint them? According to executive producer Hart Hanson, "The Beginning in the End" will be a major step in the evolution Booth and Bones' relationship, one as significant as the controversial events from the 100th episode. "The season finale is a good place and a natural place to change the direction of a series, and [in the] fifth season, you've got to do that," Hanson told TV Guide. To Read More Click Here .