The nominations for the 2015 People’s Choice Awards were announced early Tuesday morning (November 4) and Zooey Deschanel nabbed a 2 nominations for Favorite Crime Drama TV Actress and Favorite TV Duo (shared with David Boreanaz). Not only that, but “Bones” earned a nomination as well. Check out below who is nominated alongside Emily and “Bones.” As always, the People’s Choice Awards are fan voted. So be sure to keep voting every day!
Favorite Crime Drama TV Actress
Favorite TV Crime Drama
Favorite TV Duo
David Boreanaz & Emily Deschanel (Bones)
Ginnifer Goodwin & Josh Dallas (Once Upon a Time)
Jared Padalecki & Jensen Ackles (Supernatural)
Nathan Fillion & Stana Katic (Castle)
Nina Dobrev & Ian Somerhalder (The Vampire Diaries)
“Mom” stars Allison Janney and Anna Faris will host the live awards ceremony, which will air on CBS on Wednesday, Jan. 7, at 9/8c.
The cast of “Bones” sits down to talk about the new team member, Special Agent Aubrey! You can check out what the cast says about him in this exclusive interview!
Emily Deschanel sat down on set to share her favorite moments between Brennan and Sweets on “Bones.” It’s an incredibly touching video. So be sure to get a few tissues! Check it out below!
Emily Deschanel, along with the rest of the cast of “Bones,” dishes on the shocking and emotional season ten premiere of the series. To see their reactions, you can check out the video below. Although, if you haven’t seen the premiere episode, you might want to avoid. It contains some pretty heavy spoilers.
We’ve been waiting patiently to find out what happens next for Booth and Brennan after the cliffhanger at the end of Bones Season 9.
With just a few days remaining before Bones Season 10 Episode 1, what can David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel tell us about the upcoming season?
“Being in prison brings up a lot of stuff for Booth,” said Deschanel on a conference call with reporters, adding that Booth has PTSD.
From the sounds of things, we’ll get to see a change in Booth’s character, as well as new dynamics in his relationship with Brennan. They’ll struggle and, at times, Brennan will have to re-evaluate the relationship in some ways.
“It will obviously bring them closer together,” Boreanaz notes after talking about some of the conflicts the two will have. “I think that throughout these seasons we’ve always maintained the relationship.”
Booth’s imprisonment doesn’t just affect his relationship with Brennan, though. He also has two children. How they’re dealing with all of this will also be addressed this season.
The characters will be getting back to everyday life, too, including normal parenting decisions. Deschanel talked about her own parenting experience, and how in some ways she finds that she and Brennan are not so different.
“I certainly was similar to Brennan in that I’m researching as many schools as possible,” she said.
And what about that new FBI agent? Deschanel said that James Aubry was originally sent to spy on Booth. This is a recurring role, so it will be interesting to see what the new character will add to the series.
What else can we look forward to this season? Another undercover episode, for one thing. And apparently these episodes are as much fun to film as they are to watch! Boreanaz talked about how much fun these are to shoot, saying that he and Deschanel always “have a blast” with these episodes.
The 200th episode is also coming up this season. Deschanel said it will be “very different” and something that we haven’t seen in quite a while.
“It’s going to be fun. I think it’s going be great opportunity to enjoy the 200th episode, but on top of it kind of give something back to the fans,” said Boreanaz.
And if you’re wondering what it’s been like for the actors to film these upcoming episodes (and the end of season 9), just know they’ve been working very hard. Deschanel said there have been long hours as well as some “intense emotions.” But this is what’s going to make the upcoming season so great.
“We’re not just resting on our laurels here,” Deschanel said. “We’re taking this to the next level.”
With her son just starting preschool this week and a third birthday right around the corner, Emily Deschanel is one proud mommy.
“[Henry] turns 3. We’re going to have a little party for him, trying not to overwhelm him too much,” Deschanel, 37, told PEOPLE at the Mercy For Animals 15th Anniversary Gala Friday night in West Hollywood.
“We’re going to have some vegan tacos for his party. It will be a lot of fun,” says the actress, adding she’s been vegan for 21 years.
Naturally, the Bones star has passed on her food choices to her son.
“He’s 99 percent vegan. My husband’s not 100 percent vegan so sometimes he eats some eggs with him, but I try to make sure [they’re] coming from my friend’s eggs,” explains Deschanel. “But most of the time he’s 99 percent vegan.”
Besides eating vegan food, Deschanel — who doesn’t own any pets — finds other ways to get Henry involved with animals.
“I just took him to Farm Sanctuary a couple of weeks ago, where he got to spend time with pigs, cows, sheep, goats and chickens,” shares Deschanel, adding she tries to bring her son there to “[let] him see that they have their own personalities and they are individual creatures. They feel emotions and pain just like a dog or a cat.”
Along with fun field trips, she says her preschooler “gets to spend time with lots of other peoples’ dogs and cats.”
But getting Henry his own pet is on her list. “[It’s] something I really want for him, but we have a lot on our plate already,” she says with a laugh.
The road to Booth and Brennan’s momentous marriage on Bones was paved with… awkward kissing?
In the following exclusive video from the Fox drama’s Season 9 DVD release (in stores next Tuesday), stars David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel reminiscence about their characters’ uncomfortable wedding rehearsal — which featured the actress’ real-life husband David Hornsby as the minister.
“It is strange,” admits Deschanel. “I have to kiss [David] in front of my husband. It’s just very awkward.”
But thankfully, all that “nervous energy,” as Boreanaz puts it, didn’t stop the couple from finally getting hitched.
Adds creator Hart Hanson: “We could not hold it back anymore. We held it back as long as we could.”
Fox drama “Bones” enters the decade club when the show returns with its season premiere on September 25.
On Monday night, series stars Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz reflected on their show hitting its tenth season.
“It is a big deal,” Emily told Access Hollywood at Fox’s Fall Eco-Casino Party in Santa Monica. “It’s a short list of shows that have made it to 10 seasons, so I feel very honored to be among that company. So, it’s pretty exciting. I can’t believe it. I feel, in one sense, I blinked and then I’m here. I did a pilot and all of a sudden, I’ve done almost 200 episodes, but at the same time, so many things have happened in that time and we’ve been able to follow these characters and these relationships over time and see how they change and that’s been wonderful. ”
David, who plays Booth on the show, said he knew early on that his series had a classic feel.
“It’s quite an accomplishment for everybody involved, and I think when we look back at all the moments and the memories that we’ve had, for me, it’s always moment to moment, working in the present, and when [we] did the pilot I was so excited because it had this feel when I read the script — it had almost like a ‘Romancing the Stone’ kind of feel to it,” David told Access. “These two characters were bickering and getting through the jungle, and I think that’s pretty much similar to what Bones and I go through… and we’re not travelling through jungles, but… I think we’re in the concrete jungle.”
Emily also shared a little hint at what’s to come when the show resumes in a couple of weeks on Fox.
“Booth is in prison and we’re trying to get him out and that’s very dramatic,” Emily said. “We think he’s going to get killed in prison because he’s put all these guys in prison and now he’s in prison with them and they’re trying to kill him, so we’re working to get to the bottom of the conspiracy.”
Emily Deschanel sat down for another interview at yesterdays 2014 Comic-Con International Convention with TV Line. This time she did a joint interview with her “Bones” co-star David Boreanaz, where they teased big changes coming for the 10th season, David’s scruffy facial hair, and a lot more! It’s definitely a fun interview to watch. I always enjoy joint interviews between David and Emily as they are both so adorable and fun together. You can check it out below! Enjoy!
Emily Deschanel talked with Tim Stack from Entertainment Weekly yesterday afternoon at the 2014 Comic-Con International Convention to promote the upcoming 10th season of “Bones.” She talks 10 years on “Bones,” teases the upcoming season, a possibility of guest starring on her sisters show “New Girl,” and more. It’s a great, fun interview and definitely worth the watch. Enjoy!
The “Bones” panel at the 2014 Comic-Con Convention was hosted earlier today and the staff at TV Line recapped the panel giving us details, important highlights, and more! You can check it all out below! Also, be sure to check out the Season 10 full trailer that was released earlier in the day. Enjoy!
P.S. Photos, interviews, and other media from the panel will be uploaded later tonight or tomorrow afternoon. So keep checking back!
The clink won’t be kind to Booth when Bones return this fall, the show’s stars Emily Deschanel, David Boreanaz and executive producer Stephen Nathan revealed at Comic-Con on Friday.
The action will pick up four months after the events of the Season 9 finale, with Booth feeling the effects of a life behind bars. “We will see a different side of him,” Boreanaz previewed, adding that his alter ego will suffer from PTSD.
“He’s definitely in a state of confusion with his present state of mind, with his state in the bureau, with where he is with Brennan,” the actor said.
Things won’t go much better for his wife back at their (new) home. “She’s with her child, alone,” Deschanel said. “It’s very worrisome for her, because Booth is not safe in prison. He’s a federal agent. He’s put a lot of people in prison who don’t like him. Even the guards don’t like him.” True to form, Deschanel added, the forensic anthropologist “puts her focus in her work when things are overwhelming.”
Brennan and the rest of the Jeffersonian team will do everything in their power to spring Booth in the season opener. But just because [Spoiler alert!] Booth gets out doesn’t mean life will immediately return to normal for the G-man.
“This is the first time that he’s been betrayed by an institution that he’d devoted his life to,” Nathan noted. “It really shakes the foundation of the entire premise of the show – whether he can trust the FBI, how he can get back to work.”
Meanwhile, the conspiracy that was unveiled last season is “something that’s been going on decades” and will continue to live on, Nathan continued. “While they can catch one murderer, that doesn’t mean all murder stops. They will put a stop to this within the first few episodes, but the reality of some kind of shadow government won’t go away completely.”
Other highlights from the panel:
THE BIG ONE | Next season’s milestone 200th episode will be “one of our odd ones,” featuring “not a typical murder,” teased Nathan, who will likely partner with creator Hart Hanson to write the hour. Boreanaz will helm the installment.
MURDER AND MAYHEM | Among the cases on tap: an undercover episode; the murder of a Rush Limbaugh-type figure; the show’s version of Wolf of Wall Street; hours dealing with the world of psychics – “We want Cyndi [Lauper] to come back, definitely,” Nathan said – and human trafficking; and a murder at a forensic convention.
SIBLING LOVE | Hodgins’ brother will return, Nathan revealed.
R.I.P. GRANDPA | Will the show pay tribute to the passing of Ralph Waite, who played Booth’s grandfather? “We don’t want to exploit his death,” Nathan replied, adding that events at the start of the season make an homage difficult, “but we do plan to address it.”
Michael Ausiello sat down with “Bones” EP, Stephen Nathan, today at the 2014 San Diego Comic-Con Convention to discuss the upcoming 10th season, details on the 200th episode, and so much more. It’s not an Emily interview, but it has a lot of great tidbits about the upcoming season. So I figured it was worth sharing with you guys. You can read the article below and the interview is just below that. Enjoy and keep checking back for more updates from Comic-Con!
Booth and Brennan are fleeing the scene of the crime.
Bones EP Stephen Nathan confirmed to me exclusively Friday that Booth and Brennan will be moving into new digs when the Fox drama premieres its 10th season on Thursday, Sept. 25 at 8/7c.
The change of scenery comes in the wake of the violent, deadly shoot-out at their old crib in last May’s cliffhanger — a kerfuffle that landed Booth in the hospital and in jail.
“The memories are too horrible for them to stay,” Nathan explained during his visit to TVLine’s San Diego Comic-Con video suite. “Who’s going to stay in that house? That’s not a good house to stay in.”
Press PLAY below for more on that, as well as scoop on the “out of the ordinary” 200th episode, Booth’s new FBI sidekick, the baby on the way and more.