Michael Clarke Duncan and Geoff Stults
In a moving tribute to the late actor Michael Clarke Duncan, who passed away Monday, Bones creator Hart Hanson reveals there were plans to bring the Oscar nominee back on the show this season.
Hanson tells The Hollywood Reporter that after the Bones spin-off The Finder, starring Duncan and Geoff Stults, was not...
For the first time since Glee debuted, the Fox series will not be heading to Comic-Con this summer.
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David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel
Bones' Season 8 finale will pose a somewhat disturbing question: Has the Jeffersonian's team of scientists finally met its match?
The opponent, of course, is Christopher Pelant (guest star Andrew Leeds), the so-called "hacktivist" the team first investigated in this season's seventh episode. When Pelant heads to court for a parole hearing, Booth (David Boreanaz) and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) have plenty to say to the judge about keeping him locked up...
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Back in 2005, when a cocky FBI agent first joined forces with a bookish forensic anthropologist to solve crimes, David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel never could have envisioned their mismatched characters sharing not only a home, but also a baby, in the year 2012. But here both actors are, sitting for their first interview in Booth and Brennan's cozy new living-room set — complete with crib and stuffed animals strewn about the floor.
In case you hadn't heard, Bones will welcome a new character to the fold when the show returns Monday.
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In an ordinary season, creator Hart Hanson says he would have fought to keep Baby Bones' birthday a surprise, but this season has been anything but ordinary. The show premiered late in the fall before going on an extended hiatus while star Emily Deschanel gave birth in real life. Now the show is back — but it's moving to a new night and time, Mondays at 8/7c. Thus, the long-awaited birth became more of an event...
Bones has been renewed for an eighth season, Fox announced Thursday.
David Boreanaz, Emily Deschanel
How will a baby change Bones? Not all that much, according to producers.
"It's still Bones," executive producer Stephen Nathan said Thursday at the Fox drama's PaleyFest event, which featured a panel moderated by TVLine's Michael Ausiello. "We don't want to give the impression that we're doing Parenthood."
Geoff Stults, TJ Thyne
Missing Bones? Thursday's episode of The Finder may have just the fix you need.
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While the Jeffersonian Institute shuts down for a week of vacation, Hodgins (Bones' TJ Thyne) decides to skip down to the Everglades to enlist the services of Walter Sherman (Geoff Stults). Hodgins, whose interest is piqued by the disappearance of an astronaut, hopes Walter can help him find the missing spaceman in order to prove a government cover-up of the existence of alien life.
Although Hodgins and Walter are both skeptics, that doesn't mean they'll necessarily get along. "There are two different types of paranoia: Hodgins believes in the extraterrestrial; Walter believes in the conspiracy," Stults tells TVGuide.com...
It's more than a bit ironic that the set of Fox's new drama series The Finder is, well... so darn hard to find. That's probably because the last place anyone would expect to discover a Florida Keys dive bar would be in the middle of a chilly Los Angeles oil field. But sure enough, in a well-lit clearing at the tail end of a dusty trail of pumping derricks, the cameras are rolling on a night scene that finds stars Geoff Stults, Michael Clarke Duncan and Mercedes Masöhn throwing back beers after wrapping their characters' case of the week.
At nearly 6-foot-4 and with perpetual scruff, rugged 34-year-old Stults looks just like the kind of dude who'd work out of a bar in the middle of nowhere, or — as the watering hole is dubbed — The Ends of the Earth.
Stults plays Walter Sherman, an Iraq War veteran-turned-finder of lost people and things. Offering a tour of the set, he explains, "We have the...