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The trades have been reporting a huge crossover episode between two unrelated TV shows for a bit, now, but on Wednesday we finally learned exactly what that crazy crossover is going to entail. Let's just say a regular procedural is going to cross over with a supernatural show.
Last night, Foxís Bones aired its Season 10 finale, ending on a note that was probably not remotely pleasant for fans who have stuck with the show for a decade now. Hereís what happened during the Season 10 finale.
On the bright side, fan-favorite Empire will be returning in the fall, for an all new 18-episode series. Ryan Murphyís Scream Queens is also getting top billing, as is Minority Report. You can take a peek at Foxís fall schedule, here.
Temperance Brennan and Seeley Booth have seen a lot of ups and downs in their relationship over the years. Now the show plans to give us a plotline that is so troubling that Bones and Booth's relationship might be on the line. Learn more after the jump.
Bones will be dealing with real life affecting the fictional world of the Fox series in the coming months. Just a few days ago we learned that Bones star Emily Deschanel is pregnant with her second child, leaving us to wonder if the show will try to hide her pregnancy, film around the pregnancy or just include the baby bump in the plot.
Each year, there are plenty of shows that could possibly face cancellation. This year, several of the contracts for the Bones lead cast are up, leading many to wonder if Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz might move on to greener pastures.
Letís say something terrible happens to someone you know. For the sake of argument, letís say a cousin who youíre kind of close to gets straight up murdered by some unknown hood. You need answers, and you want them quickly. Who should you go to?
If you havenít caught the first episode of Bonesí new season, you should turn back, now. This article is a hive of spoilers, and while finding out things ahead of time might seem like fun, it's always better to just learn in the moment. So, go plow through the episode and then immediately head back to this article to read more about what happened.
Bones is famously headed into its 10th season this fall, and to celebrate, the good folks over at Fox put together a brand new trailer for the new season that premiered on Friday at Comic-Con in San Diego. The trailer is three minutes long, with a half-minute of brand new footage at the very end of the clip. Unfortunately, things arenít looking too good for Booth.
Fox announced their 2014-2015 schedule this morning, and in addition to adding some of their anticipated new series -- Gotham included -- the network has made a few notable changes to their primetime line-up, including moving one of their popular live-action comedies to Sunday night and putting a new hour-long series on Tuesday, ahead of their New Girl/Mindy Project comedy block.
During the last episode of Criminal Minds to air, Jennifer Jareau was kidnapped and tortured by a militant former associate who wanted her access codes as part of an anti-government conspiracy. During the last episode of The Mentalist to air, a recurring character and associate of the lead was kidnapped, tortured and murdered as part of an organized campaign against the CBI.
This Monday night, Bones and Booth will finally tie the knot! It took until Season 9 for it to happen, but it's happening, and if you're even only vaguely familiar with the series and the characters, the new clip, which shows us some mild wedding rehearsal shenanigans, should seem pretty standard for Bones. Love is in the air and cell phone bells are ringing!
Iíve stuck with you, Bones, through nearly half a dozen big baddies. Iíve stuck with you even when you killed off the showís best squint, and even after that, when my favorite characters dealt with the aftermath of the loss of that squint. I cried when Sweetís and co. sang Harry Nilssonís ďCoconut.Ē But I think that may have been your pinnacle, Bones, and Iím neither crying nor laughing with you anymore.
Bones isnít the sexiest show on television. Itís never cleaned up at the awards podium or even finished higher than twenty-ninth among network programs, but over its first eight seasons, it has quietly emerged as one of FOXís most stable and well-liked offerings.
I watch shows like The Americans, Parenthood and Game Of Thrones to be surprised. I watch procedurals when I want the familiar. Unfortunately, thereís one thing thatís a little too familiar about random episodes of procedurals: killers who are way the hell more famous than every other random guest star.