Ask Ausiello has posted some Bones spoilers regarding what fans can expect in the upcoming season of Bones. Take a look below:
Question: I’m really disappointed that we’re not going to get to see Booth and Bones tell everyone about the baby on Bones. I want to see everyone’s reaction to the news!
Ausiello: Use your imagination! Tamara Taylor did, and here’s what she came up with. “I think Cam was shocked at first,” she speculates. “But also pleased. It was kind of about time.” Taylor adds that the Brennan’s baby bump hasn’t impacted life at the Jeffersonian too much. “Temperance is rolling with it,” she notes. “She’s very technical about what she’s going through with the pregnancy and a little less sentimental. And Cam is mostly dealing with the newest interns. And her daughter’s coming back, so she’ll be in and out throughout the season.” Speaking of Bones, Emily Deschanel has a message for you!
Ask Ausiello has posted some Bones spoilers regarding what fans can expect in the upcoming season specifically regarding if fans cans expect to see two favourite (and beloved) guest stars. Take a look below:
Question: Will we see Booth’s Grandpa (Ralph Waite) on Bones this season?
Ausiello: You sure will. Gramps reappears in Episode 4 when Booth “is faced with a family crisis,” teases exec producer Stephen Nathan. And guess who else is set to return in that very same episode? Go ahead, have a guess. [Beat] Forget it, you’re taking too long. It’s Tina Majorino’s Special Agent Genevieve Shaw!
Question: Is Carla Gallo going to be back on Bones as Daisy Wick?
Ausiello: Yes, but the status of her relationship with Sweets will remain “ambiguous” in the early going, according to John Francis Daley. “They love each other very much,” he adds. “I have the feeling — I don’t know this for a fact — that their [relationship] will be unpredictable.”
Glamorous ’80s primetime soap diva Morgan Fairchild, who seduced her way through Dallas, Falcon Crest and Flamingo Road, has landed a colorful guest spot on the new season of Fox’s Bones.
Morgan will appear in the third episode as a woman named Bianca, the intelligent, impeccably dressed CEO of Dillio Toys. In the episode, remains of a toy company employee are discovered, and Brennan and Booth must put together the puzzle pieces, which somehow involve Bianca.
The episode is filming now. (Source)
Bones star John Francis Daley has revealed that his character Sweets will have an expanded role in the new season. The actor told TV Guide that Sweets will partner with Booth (David Boreanaz) following the revelation about Brennan (Emily Deschanel)’s pregnancy.
Daley explained: “He is more active in the investigations because Brennan is slightly less able to go on the scene and get herself into dangerous situations. So you’re going to see more of Booth and Sweets working together as FBI agents.”
However, Daley insisted that Sweets will still have time for girlfriend Daisy (Carla Gallo).
“Daisy is definitely a part of Sweets’s life,” he said.
Bones creator Hart Hanson has confirmed that the show will have a “shortened” seventh season as a result of Emily Deschanel’s real-life pregnancy.
The program will return to Fox on November 3. New spinoff series The Finder will also premiere on Fox in early 2012. (Source)
Ask Ausiello has posted some Bones spoilers regarding what fans can expect in the upcoming season and as well as the relationship changes between Angela and Brennan. Take a look below:
Question: Have any other spoilers about the new season of Bones? Please? I’m dying here! —Cassie
Ausiello: Mom-to-be Brennan and new-mom Angela finally have something to talk about besides unrequited romance, and Michaela Conlin couldn’t be happier. “There’s been a lot of scenes with the two of them talking about strollers and baby gear,” offers Angela’s portrayer. “I’m really glad that they’re getting a chance to talk about something other than Brennan and Booth getting together. Instead they’re talking about hormones, sleep patterns and names.” Conlin is also pleased that her onscreen son, Michael, is getting a nice chunk of screen time. “I like that we’re seeing the baby a bit,” she says. “I thought maybe he would just be in day care all season. It’s been fun for me to have a real, live child in my arms after so much talk about it.”
FOX entertainment president Kevin Reilly seemed optimistic about keeping Bones alive after the upcoming game-changing Season 7, which sees Booth (David Boreanaz) and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) having a baby together.
“We haven’t had any discussions yet,” Reilly said to the crowd at the Television Critics Association summer press tour. “I think the producer would like to keep it going. We’d like to keep it going.”
The move to Thursday has also been a boon to the series’ success, which brought the strongest ratings in its six-season tenure on the network.
“We’ve been patty darn happy with the performance of ‘Bones’ on Thursday night,” Reilly continues, pointing at how it thrives while other procedurals have flagged. “That’s a really valuable show to us.”
The mid-season introduction of pseudo-spin-off The Finder could also work in Bones favor. “We have nothing coming in that could replace it, other than I think, “Finder,'” Reilly says. “I can see those shows being compatible.”
After Reilly’s executive session, he spoke with reporters on stage, noting that Deschanel’s pregnancy has currently curbed the “Bones” Season 7 episode count to just 13, with “Finder” coming in at mid-season. He added that this could change if Deschanel is up for more after her maternity leave.
They’re also curbing talk of “Bones'” long-term future until later in the year, perhaps after seeing the audience reaction to the typically shark-jumping storyline of the perennially “will they?/won’t they?” couple becoming parents.
As for Season 7, a sizable bit of casting news also came in before Reilly’s discussion. TVGuide reports “No Ordinary Family” and “Gossip Girl” actor Luke Kleintank landed a potentially recurring role as a new Jeffersonian squintern. Kleintank will play a genius named Finn Abernathy, who earned his college degree at only 16. He’s also something of a southern gentleman.
Expect maybe a few more changes on the squintern front. After all, Season 6 saw the loss of one of the most familiar members of the team when Vincent Nigel-Murray (Ryan Carwright) was felled by sniper Jacob Broadsky (Arnold Vosloo).
Season 7 of “Bones” premieres Thursday, Nov. 3, at 9:00 p.m. ET on FOX. (Source)
Unfortunately, Bones wasn’t able to make it to Comic-Con last week, so we’ll have to make due with the producers sharing new season 7 spoilers instead of a fun Comic-Con panel. But all it not lost, because the Bones producers have been spilling a few details about the upcoming season and David Boreanaz is also tweeting a few photos from the set.
We’ve already covered spoilers about the baby, the new villain and the season 7 premiere episode and now we’re going to do a spoiler round-up about the new squintern and some upcoming relationship details.
Although Bones will no longer be featured at Comic-Con, SpoilerTV posted the “Bones” video montage that would have aired. Take a look at the fun, 2-minute video below.
Bad news Bones fans. The hit FOX show has cancelled their panel at the 2011 San Diego Comic Con. Entertainment Weekly reports:
Booth and Brennan won’t be sleuthing it out in San Diego this year: EW has confirmed that Fox‘s Bones will no longer have a panel at the 2011 Comic-Con. Stars David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel were to join creator/exec producer Hart Hanson, and executive producer Stephen Nathan on Friday at 1:45 p.m. in the geek confab’s spacious Ballroom 20, but a rep for the show says Boreanaz and Deschanel pulled out of the panel “for personal reasons.”
There will be no replacement panel from Fox.
Sides are out for the season premiere! To recap – “Sides” are the parts of the script that are used to cast guest actors. They contain most of the case information and occasionally include bits of interaction between the regular cast members (if those lines fall at the beginning or end of whatever page of the script is being used for the auditions.
Below contains Bones spoilers, so read at your own risk!
Booth and Brennan are having breakfast at Booth’s apartment. Brennan complains that his kitchen is too small.
The murder victim suffered memory loss and some of her life experiences are similar to Booth and Brennan’s family history. Brennan reacts emotionally to the case.
Wendell is the intern for the episode. He refers to Brennan’s belly as “Baby Dr. B” and worries about her getting enough rest.
Baby Michael Staccato appears! Angela tells Brennan she made the “right decision with Booth.”
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Bones star John Francis Daley has revealed that he expects Booth and Brennan to be in a relationship next season. In the Fox drama’s sixth season finale, Brennan (Emily Deschanel) confessed to Booth (David Boreanaz) that she was carrying his child, after the pair spent a night together off-screen.
Daley, who plays Lance Sweets on the show, told New York Magazine: “It’ll be the first time that we see them in a completely different light, and I’m just speculating, but I’m assuming that they’ll have some sort of relationship this next season.”
He added: “It’ll be interesting to see how that changes their relationship and their chemistry.”
Daley also conceded that some Bones fans were angered by the pregnancy twist, since Booth and Brennan did not consummate their relationship on-screen.
“If it were an HBO show, things might have been different,” joked the actor. “But they had to hide Emily’s [real-life] pregnancy in the last few episodes, and I don’t know how you’d hide that if they were naked in bed.”
Bones executive producer Stephen Nathan recently revealed that the seventh season will introduce an “odd and fearless” new villain, and also hinted that the show could explore Booth’s family.
Bones will return to Fox on November 3. (Source)