The best stories tend to convey universal truths with, presumably, a universal appeal. But I'm still having trouble with Fox's not-quite-new mystery drama that I keep calling Gracechurch — an inadvertent mash-up of its actual title (Gracepoint) and that of the superb British series it so slavishly copies: Broadchurch, a BBC America import that was No. 3 on my Top 10 list of 2013. (Here's my initial review of the original.)
Are you still reeling from the surprise death of Lance Sweets in Bones' Season 10 premiere? So are the show's characters.
On Thursday's episode (8/7c, Fox), Booth (David Borenanaz), Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and the rest of the Jeffersonian team work diligently to find clues to both find out who murdered Sweets (John Francis Daley) and solve the larger FBI conspiracy. Needless to say, emotions are running high...
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from Thursday's Season 10 premiere of Bones. Read at your own risk.]
Bones certainly kicked off its 10th season with a bang.
Although viewers spent the summer pondering how Brennan (Emily Deschanel) & Co. would free Booth (David Boreanaz) from jail and clear his name in the ever-growing FBI conspiracy, the show decided to throw an extra curveball by secretly...
Love is in the air on Monday's Bones.
As Booth (David Boreanaz) prepares to testify before a Congressional sub-committee related to his possible promotion, Sweets (John Francis Daley) must step in and help Brennan (Emily Deschanel) with a murder investigation.
"Booth basically assigns Sweets the role of lead FBI agent on the case," John Francis Daley tells TVGuide.com.
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It will definitely be two of the regular cast members (read: not Cruz). Both victims suffer gunshot wounds in the first half of the two-part finale Wednesday. And while one team member's wound is only a temporary setback, the other is potentially fatal. The good news: You won't have to wait all summer to find out his or her fate.
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Though it was fun to see...