Bones: 10 New Season 8 Spoilers, Including Finale Intel and a Near-Death Experience
Ballroom dancing, roller derby mayhem, unexpected house guests and near-death experiences — it’s all in a day’s work when Bones returns with fresh episodes on Monday, Nov. 5 (Fox, 8/7c). Executive producers Hart Hanson and Stephen Nathan hopped on the phone with reporters Wednesday to chat about Pelant’s return, visiting family members, a possible new squintern and more. Below, we’ve compiled the 10 most scoopiest. READ MORE
Bones Brass Issue Ominous Finale Warning: It's 'Going to Scare the Crap Out of People'
Life will never be the same for Booth and Brennan when their little bundle of joy arrives on Bones on April 2 (Fox, 8/7c). No shock there. But the degree to which motherhood affects Emily Deschanel’s tightly-wound alter ego will be surprising. READ MORE
Scoop: Bones' John Francis Daley Crosses Over to The Finder
The first official Bones/Finder crossover is upon us.
John Francis Daley’s Bones shrink, Sweets, is set to pop up on the show’s spinoff this season, TVLine has confirmed. READ MORE
Exclusive: Bones Boss on Booth-Brennan Sexscapades: 'We Don't Need to See That'
Many loyal Bones viewers, having been denied the lovemaking scene that resulted in Brennan’s season-ending pregnancy news, hold out hope that they will see the prospective parents at some point this season… you know, dance in the sheets. READ MORE
Bones Cast, Producers Talk About Sex, Death, Baby Drama and (Gulp) The End
A possible hookup. A death. A birth. The final two episodes of Bones this season are full of big moments. Series creator Hart Hanson, executive producer Stephen Nathan and cast members Emily Deschanel, David Boreanaz, T.J. Thyne and Michaela Conlin gathered at the Paley Center for Media on Monday to preview Thursday’s penultimate episode for a group of very lucky fans. They also dished to TVLine’s very own Michael Ausiello (the evening’s moderator) about saying goodbye to one of their own, the status of the Finder spinoff, the arrival of new squinterns, and the possibility of a (gulp) musical episode. READ MORE