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Summer used to be a time when there was a dearth of TV, but now there are new TV shows popping up on nearly every date on the calendar. If you are looking for good dramas, new comedies or more, we've put together a list of all of the great new programs that will be hitting the schedule during the summer months.
Fox's long-running Bones has been renewed for a final batch of episodes, but they won't be hitting the airwaves too early. Season 12 has been bumped from the fall schedule to make way for something else entirely.
By this spring, the networks will make some big decisions on whether or not some of our favorites will get renewals, and for now we are keeping tabs on what shows are cancelled, which are renewed and which at least have received full season orders.
Fox has announced their Fall 2016 lineup, which includes more than a few familiar titles, along with a collection of new series. Joining returners Gotham, Lucifer, Bones, Scream Queens and others, we have 24: Legacy, The Exorcist, Lethal Weapon and Son of Zorn to anticipate.
For 11 seasons, actress Emily Deschanel has played a forensic anthropologist on Fox’s hit series Bones. Watch her tell this hilarious story on Jimmy Kimmel Live! about the time she tried to ship human remains with UPS.
For 11 seasons now, Bones has bludgeoned viewers with a variety of sadistic and malicious murderers, but whoa boy, tonight episode really kicked things up a notch with the show's creepiest serial killer yet.
Fox’s long-running drama Bones has delivered a lot of weird stories this season, from a crossover with Sleepy Hollow to Hodgins getting paralyzed. Now the show is bringing a key side character back.
After months of not-so-great ratings and the end of leads’ contracts in sight, the end of Bones seemed like it was on its way. However, that's not what is happening, at all.
Things have not been all quiet on the Bones front on Fox over the past few months. A behind-the-scenes legal battle between key members of the show’s team and the network over millions of dollars wasn’t exactly pretty to begin with, and now it's gotten more ugly.
Bones has had quite a few problems as of late, but, now, at least one of those recent issues has finally been cleared up. After the show’s fall finale, it wasn’t given a return date for the second half of the season, but, as of today, that’s changed.
One might not think The X-Files and Bones were very similar shows, but there are more similarities than you’d think. And one comparison point involves one of the scariest TV episodes of all time.
Bones has been dealing with some problems this season. Fox even decided that the show wouldn’t make an appearance in the winter schedule and is instead holding the latter half of the season until—presumably—spring. Now, the show may have yet another problem.
There’s been a lot of back and forth about whether or not Bones might be ending, but this weekend at the TCA Winter Press Tour, Fox CEO Dana Walden announced some big details related to the long-running series. Here's what we know.
About a week after the initial lawsuit came out, author and executive producer Kathy Reichs and stars David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel also filed suit. The behind-the-scenes grievances have been aired thanks to the lawsuits, but now Fox is fighting back
Because shows leave the air for a big chunk of the winter, fans are often left on big cliffhangers, including deaths, secret love affairs and more. The good news? We can already tell you when some of your favorites will be coming back.