Her Bones are feeling just fine these days, thanks: Betty White is returning to Fox’s hit procedural for another guest spot.
The living legend will reprise her role as Dr. Beth Mayer in the show’s upcoming 12th and final season, our sister site Deadline is reporting. White first played Mayer, a world-renowned forensic anthropologist who stepped in to lend Brennan a hand in the lab, in Season 11’s “The Carpals in the Coy-Wolves.”
White, of course, has an illustrious, decades-long career in TV, highlighted by her work as “Happy Homemaker” Sue Ann Nivens on The Mary Tyler Moore Show and dopey Rose Nylund on The Golden Girls. White recently co-starred on TV Land’s Hot in Cleveland, which wrapped up a six-season run last year, and guest-starred on NBC’s Crowded back in April. And yes, in case you were wondering: She’s 94 years old. (Looking good, Betty!)
The final season of Bones premieres Jan. 3 on Fox; White’s episode is slated to be the tenth of the season.
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