Bones Season 8 Cast Picture

Fox television network premiered the eighth season of their hit show Bones in September 2012. The show stars David Boreanaz as FBI Agent Seeley Booth and Emily Deschanel as forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperance Brennan, a duo that works together to investigate and solve murders involving skeletal remains. The previous season was the shortest season to date--only airing thirteen episodes--due to the real-life pregnancy and maternity leave of Deschanel.

Season seven ended with Brennan being framed by the team’s new nemesis, Christopher Pelant (Andrew Leeds), in the murder of a close friend of hers. After a discussion with her father, Max Keenan (Ryan O’Neal), Brennan decides that the best course of action is to go into hiding from the authorities with her daughter, Christine, until Booth and the team are able to clear her name.

The beginning of season eight is set three months after Brennan went on the run and though she has made sure to not make any contact with Booth this entire time--to spare him from losing his job and going to jail for helping a wanted fugitive--she has been in contact with her best friend and colleague, Angela Montenegro (Michaela Conlin). By the end of the first episode of the new season, Brennan is cleared for the murder of her friend, Ethan Sawyer, and is able to return home.

This does not mean, however, that Pelant is finished tormenting the team. After Brennan is able to prove that Pelant murdered her friend, he is arrested but somehow manages to escape custody. He resurfaces twice over the course of the season with the sole intent of simply terrorizing Brennan, Booth and the rest of the team, in one form or another.
When the team isn’t spending their time trying to capture and put away Pelant, they keep quite busy with their “more normal” murder cases. Over the course of several of these cases, all the members of the team--including level-headed, fact-based-reasoning-only Dr. Brennan--are forced to re-evaluate their personal beliefs on life and death. This leads to Brennan and Booth discussing the after-death arrangements they have each previously made for themselves.

Aside from coming to terms with their beliefs on life and death, a few of the team members find themselves in potentially awkward romantic situations. This includes a semi-secret relationship between Brennan’s intern Arastoo Vaziri (Pej Vhadat) and Brennan’s boss Dr. Camille “Cam” Sayoran (Tamara Taylor), as well as the dissolution of the relationship between FBI psychologist Dr. Lance Sweets (John Francis Daley) and Brennan’s intern Daisy Wick (Carla Gallo).

Close to the end of this season, Brennan and the team are required to participate in a documentary in the hopes of raising money for the Jeffersonian Institute and Arastoo almost dies from a mysterious illness that he accidentally contracts while working on a body for the CDC. Pelant also returns one last time this season and when he does it is apparent--at least to the audience--that he is fixated on Brennan and is determined to destroy her relationship with Booth.

Bones Season  7
In November 2011, Fox television network premiered the highly anticipated seventh season of their hit show Bones. Starring Emily Deschanel as Dr. Temperance Brennan and David Boreanaz as FBI Agent Seeley Booth, Bones is a suspenseful, yet comical, procedural crime drama that employs the use of forensic anthropology and archaeology techniques to solve FBI murder cases.
The season six finale really left the audience in anticipation by ending with Brennan revealing to Booth that she is pregnant and he is the father. When the new season starts, Brennan is in the last few months of her pregnancy and it soon becomes apparent that her and Booth have been living together and preparing for the birth of their child.

Meanwhile, their newly-wed friends and co-workers, Angela Montenegro (Michaela Conlin) and Dr. Jack Hodgins (T.J. Thyne), have been adjusting to caring for their newborn. The adorable attachment to their son, Michael Vincent, is showcased in many episodes and so is their hilariously obvious sleep deprivation. The couple finally get some rest when Angela’s father, played by Billy Gibbons and only referred to on the show as “Angela’s father”, comes for a visit and convinces them to allow him to babysit his grandson.

During this time, Brennan is carefully observing the evolving relationship between the new parents, their newborn and each other. She is also attempting to learn how to be a better personal companion to Booth and to include him more in the pregnancy and preparation for the birth of their child. The need for this personal growth is apparent in an episode where she is genuinely confused as to why he is upset that she found out the gender of their baby without him.

After Angela’s father visits them, the team discovers they have a new foe, Christopher Pelant (Andrew Leeds), who is set on toying with them. Pelant is a highly intelligent computer genius that uses his tech-savvy skills to create puzzles and clues for the team to decode while they attempt to catch him. Pelant is set to be a returning antagonist for awhile.
Shortly after their encounter with Pelant for the first time, and at the end of a murder case set in a prison, Booth and Brennan’s daughter, Christine Angela, is born. For the rest of the season, Brennan spends time between cases attempting to learn how to navigate her changing body and hormones, being a new parent, her complicated relationship with her father, being a professional at work and her evolving relationship with Booth.

This all comes to a screeching halt when Brennan is forced to make a difficult, life-altering decision about her family. In the season finale, Pelant cleverly frames Brennan for the murder of a close friend of hers and her father, Max Keenan (Ryan O’Neal), convinces her to go on the run, until they can clear her name, so she doesn’t lose custody of child to the foster care system--a legitimate fear for Brennan, who was a foster care child herself after her parents’ disappearance.


HBO television network premiered its highly anticipated show Game of Thrones in April of 2011. The show is closely based on a series of epic fantasy novels written by George R. R. Martin, named A Song of Ice and Fire, with each season showcasing at least one book from the series. The show derives its name from the first book in the series, A Game of Thrones.

The storyline is set in a mythical universe that is simply called “The Known World” and is rife with magic, violence, death, supernatural entities, moral ambiguity and a lot of sexuality. The main setting for the show--and much of the book series--takes place on two fictional continents named Westeros and Essos, though bordering continents do eventually come into play.
The series centers around a civil war that is being fought between the Seven Kingdoms and is full of adventure, mystery and drama, as well as the blood and gore you would expect in a civil war. Every episode is guaranteed to leave the audience at the edge of their seats.

This is spectacular news for fans of Bones--a hit show on the Fox television network--who are looking for something to watch while they wait for the next episode to air. Starring Emily Deschanel as forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperance Brennan and David Boreanaz as FBI Agent Seeley Booth, Bones is a suspenseful, yet funny, procedural crime drama that focuses on the way in which some FBI murder cases are solved.

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Working together with her forensic team at the Jeffersonian Institute, Brennan employs the use of forensic anthropology and archaeology techniques to assist Booth with solving murder cases involving skeletons. The show is loosely based off of the life and books of Kathy Reichs--a forensic anthropologist, novelist and one of the producers for the show. Deschanel and Boreanaz are also credited alongside Reichs as producers for the Fox hit.

Each episode of Bones is strategically peppered with dark, and sometimes completely silly, comedic undertones that help lighten up the subject matter of the show. The team is faced with many challenges along the way, but each one of them ultimately brings the members of the team closer together.

The show is full of intrigue, suspense and drama that leaves the audience anxiously waiting for the next case that the team encounters.

This is not at all unlike the way that Games of Thrones fans feel at the end of every one their episodes. While the subject matter of the two shows may be very different--one aims to solve murder cases and the other is known for killing off many of the show’s most liked characters--that really is the greatest appeal to watching them both.

The second best reason to watch? The two shows air on different days, as well as different channels. This means one’s Thursday nights can be spent indulging in Bones while their Sunday evenings can be filled with the carnage that is Game of Thrones. There’s really no reason to miss an episode of either show!

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Bones Season Six
Bones is a procedural crime drama starring Emily Deschanel as forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperance Brennan and David Boreanaz as FBI Agent Seeley Booth. Centered in Washington, D.C., the duo solve FBI murder cases involving skeletal remains by using forensic anthropology and archaeology techniques. In September 2010, Fox television network released the sixth season of their hit show.

The season five finale ended with the team deciding to go their separate ways for awhile after the conviction of their nemesis, the Gravedigger/Heather Taffet (Dierdre Lovejoy). After only seven months away, however, they are called back to D.C. by FBI prosecutor Caroline Julian (Patricia Belcher) to work a case and help their boss, Dr. Camille “Cam” Saroyan (Tamara Taylor), save her career--which they are ultimately able to do.

Upon everyone’s return to D.C., it is revealed that the newly-weds, Angela Montenegro (Michaela Conlin) and Dr. Jack Hodgins (T.J. Thyne), are expecting a baby. Despite the fact that the couple have promised each other to keep it a secret from the rest of the team, the pregnancy doesn't stay a secret for long. Soon, it is revealed that there may be complications with the baby.

It is also revealed that Booth is dating a new woman named Hannah Burley (Katheryn Winnick)--a journalist he met while training soldiers in Afghanistan--and Brennan begins to struggle with her own feelings for Booth coupled with the fact that the pair seem to be genuinely happy. This, however, lasts until Hannah turns down Booth’s marriage proposal due to an inability to commit.

The season also brings with it a new antagonist, Jacob Broadsky (Arnold Vosloo)--a professional sniper--for the team catch. After Taffet is assassinated on the way to her final appeal, it is discovered that Broadsky--Booth’s mentor and close friend from the Army--is the killer and that he has purchased some land using Booth’s identity--which makes the case personal for Booth. The need to catch Broadsky becomes even more personal everyone when one of their own, Vincent Nigel-Murray (Ryan Cartwright), is shot and killed right in their lab.

The death of their friend and co-worker leaves the rest of the team in a state of shock and grief. Booth, understandably, blames himself for the death and becomes more determined to find Broadsky. During this time, Brennan decides to stay the night at Booth’s apartment and hints to having slept with him in conversation with Angela later on in the episode. After some rather unconventional methods, Booth is able to find and arrest Broadsky.

After Broadsky’s arrest, the team has an emotional farewell for their beloved colleague, Nigel-Murray, as they prepare to send his body home to England. They pay him a tearful tribute by singing to him his favorite song, “Coconut.”
During the season finale, Angela works from the hospital while in labor and gives birth to a healthy little boy--despite their earlier concerns. The episode comes to a rather surprising end when Brennan tells Booth that she is pregnant with his child.

Bones Season Five

Season five of Fox television network’s comedic procedural crime drama Bones premiered in September 2009. The show centers around forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperance Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and FBI Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) as they work together--with the help of Brennan’s forensic team--to solve murder cases involving skeletal remains.

During the season four finale, it is discovered that Booth has a brain tumor and needs to undergo brain surgery to have it removed. For several days following the surgery Booth is in a coma and when he wakes up it is apparent that he doesn’t know who Brennan is or if there is any truth to the crazy dream he had while in the coma.

At the start of season five, Booth is ready to get back to work but must get clearance from the department’s FBI psychologist, Dr. Lance Sweets (John Francis Daley). Despite receiving clearance from Sweets, Booth struggles with getting back into his old routine and with his newfound feelings for Brennan. As the season progresses, Booth realizes that the surgery has affected him more than he previously realized when he needs to relearn how to properly aim his gun and be re-certified as an FBI marksman.

While working with and observing Booth and Brennan, Dr. Sweets has also been working on a book in which he makes a case for the pair being secretly in love with each other. Booth and Brennan find this to be hilarious and proceed to tell Sweets about the comical first time the duo actually worked a case together--six years prior. This, of course, puts their relationship in a slightly new perspective for him, although he is still convinced that Booth and Brennan are in denial about how they feel for each other.

Later in the season, Angela Montenegro (Michaela Conlin) and Dr. Jack Hodgins (T.J. Thyne)--both members of Brennan’s forensic team--are helping to work a case when they are arrested for reckless driving. After being arrested, the pair are forced to spend some quality time together in their jail cell, while still helping the rest of the team solve the case. This results in the two realizing they are still in love and them being married by the judge who hears their reckless driving case.

As the season ends, Brennan and her team go up against the Gravedigger, former FBI Agent Heather Taffet (Dierdre Lovejoy), in court. Brennan, Booth and Hodgins are forced to drop their individual charges against her, however, in order to work a case that ultimately seals Taffet’s fate by providing DNA evidence linking her to one of her other victims.

After Taffet’s conviction, Brennan and the team decide to go separate ways for the next year and do their own things. The newly-weds decide to honeymoon in Paris, Booth returns to the Army to train soldiers in Afghanistan and Brennan travels to the Maluku Islands with one of her interns, Daisy Wick (Carla Gallo), for archaeological and anthropological work not centered around recent murder victims.

Bones Season 4
Fox television network’s hit show Bones, starring Emily Deschanel as forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperance Brennan and David Boreanaz as FBI Agent Seeley Booth, premiered its fourth season in September 2008. The show is a suspenseful, yet funny, procedural crime drama that uses forensic archaeological and forensic anthropological techniques to solve FBI murder cases.

At the end of season three, Brennan and Booth discover that her assistant, Zack Addy (Eric Millegan), has become the apprentice of a cannibalistic serial killer that they are searching for--named Gormogon by Brennan’s team. Due to this fact, Zach ends up institutionalized and Brennan is forced to screen interns for his replacement.

When season four starts, Booth and Brennan are in Oxford, England on a business conference when they are called away by Scotland Yard to investigate a murder in nearby London. While they work on the case, one of the British investigators they are paired with is murdered--which really drives their determination to solve the case.

While Booth and Brennan are overseas, Angela Montenegro (Michaela Conlin) and Dr. Jack Hodgins (T.J. Thyne) actually find Angela’s mysterious first husband, Grayson Barasa, but despite not having seen Angela in a rather long time--and the fact that she is set to marry another man--her estranged husband refuses to sign divorce papers. Grayson eventually signs the papers, but this entire situation strains her relationship with Hodgins to the breaking point and the pair split.

This season sees the return of the serial killer named Gravedigger--from season two--with the evidence collected from when Brennan and Hodgins were kidnapped disappearing. While the investigation into the missing evidence is under way, Brennan receives a disturbing call from the killer.The call informs her that Booth has been kidnapped and unless she can turn over the evidence in the Gravedigger case, he will die.

Hodgins reluctantly hands over the evidence he has stolen and the team attempts to give it to the killer. Meanwhile, Booth wrestles with his conscience and the memory of a young soldier who died under his command, as he works to escape the Gravedigger’s trap. The team discovers that the killer has been the FBI agent in charge of the Gravedigger case, Heather Taffet (Deirdre Lovejoy), and she is arrested.

Toward the end of season four Brennan decides that she needs to have a baby--despite not being in a relationship of any kind--and, due to his good genetic qualities, asks Booth if he will be the father. Soon after this, it is discovered that Booth has a brain tumor when he starts hallucinating and talking to a character from a popular television show.

The season finale takes place while Booth is in a coma recovering from brain surgery to remove the tumor. During his recovery, Brennan sits at his bedside and writes her next novel--while presumably reading it aloud to him, since he is dreaming about it as she writes it. When he finally wakes from his coma, he sadly doesn’t have any memory of who Brennan is.

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In March of 2010 it was announced that HBO had picked up a new fantasy-drama television series called Game of Thrones. The show is based on the series of epic fantasy novels written by acclaimed author George R. R. Martin and is named after the first book in the series, A Game of Thrones.

The setting for this storyline includes two fictional continents, named Westeros and Essos, in a magical universe referred to as “The Known World.” The series centers around the civil war between a noble family, the House Stark, and the current ruler of the continent's Seven Kingdoms, King Robert Baratheon (Mark Addy), as they vie for the throne.

The show boasts having the highest number of ensemble cast members of any television show to date, including a number of high profile actors. For instance, one of the main characters--the patriach of House Stark, Lord Eddard “Ned” Stark--is played by the acclaimed English actor, Sean Bean.

During the casting process, many renowned actors were approached for various parts on the show. One actor in particular, David Boreanaz, was approached to play Benjen Stark. Benjen is the younger brother to the House Stark patriach and First Ranger of the military force--known as Night’s Watch--that patrols the northern border of the Seven Kingdoms.

Despite the fact that he would only have needed to film three episodes--Benjen mysteriously disappears toward the end of season one--Boreanaz respectfully declined the role and it went to Joseph Mawle. The reason for this is a simple one. He felt that role he was starring in at the time--and has been portraying since the fall of 2005--deserved his complete dedication.
The role he is referring to, of course, is that of FBI Agent Seeley Booth on the Fox television network hit show, Bones--a comedic procedural crime drama that employs the use of forensic anthropology and archaeology to solve FBI murder cases. The show centers around the way that Agent Booth and his partner, forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperance Brennan (Emily Deschanel), work together with Brennan’s forensic team to solve murder cases involving skeletal remains.

While Boreanaz found the prospect of playing the part of Benjen to be intriguing, filming for the HBO show simply conflicted with his filming schedule for Bones. This is due to the fact that Game of Thrones is filmed in various parts of Europe, while Bones is mainly shot in Los Angeles. Turning down the role of Benjen basically meant there would be no delays to filming episodes of Bones.

At the time of casting for Game of Thrones, Boreanaz also expressed that he felt his time and talent was better suited for the role he was currently in--especially since his character arc was about to undergo some interesting and rather exciting life-changes.

The actor has expressed before that he really enjoys portraying FBI Agent Booth--a sometimes cocky, yet hilarious, ex-military sniper--and so it should come as no surprise to fans of the show that he would put his role on Bones before any other.

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Booth and Bones Season 3
In September 2007, Fox television network premiered the third season of its hit show Bones--a comedic procedural crime drama that uses forensic anthropology and archaeology to solve FBI murder cases.

During season two, Dr. Temperance Brennan (Emily Deschanel) desperately attempts to learn more about the history of her parents and is eventually reunited with her father, Max Keenan (Ryan O’Neal)--who is subsequently arrested by her partner, FBI Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz), at the end of the season. Despite her preoccupation with learning her own personal history, Brennan and her team keep taking on FBI cases to solve; they ultimately become targets of an unidentified serial killer. The season ends with Booth and Brennan awkwardly standing at the altar after it is discovered that Angela Montenegro (Michaela Conlin) is already married and therefore can't marry Dr. Jack Hodgins (T.J. Thyne).

The third season of Bones kicks off with the introduction of yet another unidentified serial killer--who the team dubs Gormogon. This particular killer is cannibalistic in nature and keeps different bones from each victim with the intent of making a complete souvenir skeleton. Over the course of the investigation, more than one set of teeth marks are discovered on victim’s remains and it is concluded that Gormogon could not be the work of just one person. This leads the team to speculate that perhaps the serial killer is growing old and is training his replacement.

In the meantime, Angela attempts to locate her first husband so she can politely ask him for a divorce and proceed with her marriage to Hodgins. This proves to be a challenge, though, since Angela doesn’t actually remember what his real name is and the search for him begins to take a toll on her relationship with Hodgins.
Despite no apparent change in their relationship, the FBI insists that Booth and Brennan should undergo psychological counseling. This is to address the fact that Booth incarcerated Brennan’s father soon after her reunion with him and the emotional implications that could follow. So, the pair starts to routinely see Dr. Lance Sweets (John Francis Daley)--an FBI psychologist who is initially looked down upon due to his age.

Toward the end of the season, Brennan’s father is finally put on trial for the murder of FBI Deputy Director Kirby. Working as a forensic advisor for the defense while her team acts as witnesses for the prosecution, Brennan is faced with balancing her duty to her family with that of her job and morals. Ultimately, Max is released from prison and Brennan is happy to have her father back in her life.

The season finale opens with a mock funeral--though most of the attendees aren’t aware of this little fact--for Agent Booth in an attempt to catch a killer and quickly refocuses on the Gormogon serial killer. The season ends when it is sadly revealed that Dr. Addy is Gormogon’s apprentice and he helps the team find the real Gormogon--who is then shot and killed by Booth.

Bones Season Two Fox television network’s hit show Bones is a uniquely funny crime-procedural drama that uses a forensic anthropologist and and her team to help the FBI solve murders that involve skeletal remains. After a rather suspenseful season one finale, Fox premiered season two of Bones in August 2006.

During the finale for season one, Dr. Temperance Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and FBI Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) discover that the remains of a Jane Doe happens to belong to Brennan’s mother--who mysteriously disappeared when she was fifteen years old. Upon identifying the remains as that of Christine Brennan, Booth decides to locate her estranged older brother, Russ (Loren Dean), to see if he can shed some light on the mystery.

While it takes some prodding, Russ eventually confesses that their parents were career criminals who lived under assumed identities before their disappearance. This mystery surrounding her parent’s disappearance is explored a little more with each episode.

At the start of season two, Brennan discovers that she has a new boss at the Jeffersonian Institute, Dr. Camille “Cam” Saroyan (Tamara Taylor), when they initially butt-heads on their first crime scene together. The tension between Brennan and Saroyan is finally broken, in a later episode, when the two finally come to a compromise on what each of their duties are.

Brennan is also trying to rekindle the relationship with her brother that she has lost over the years, while simultaneously attempting to dig into their parents’ history. Determined to find answers to their disappearance, despite the dangers associated with doing so, Brennan ends up receiving help from an unlikely source--a priest who claims to have known her parents. This priest happens to be her long-lost father, Max Keenan (Ryan O’Neal), who has come back with the sole intent of protecting his children from the criminal past he has run from.

While Brennan searches for the truth to her parents’ disappearance she diligently continues her work to help the FBI solve cases. One of the cases that she is presented with ends up being the work of a serial killer--named The Gravedigger, due to the nature of the crimes--who ultimately targets Brennan and her colleague, Dr. Jack Hodgins (T.J. Thyne). Eventually, Booth is able to locate the pair before they run out of oxygen, but the identity of who The Gravedigger is remains a mystery.

As Brennan’s team works together on each case, a close bond forms between Hodgins and Angela Montenegro (Michaela Conlin) that leads to the pair dating for a time. After turning down his many proposals, Angela shows Hodgins that she is ready for marriage when she proposes to him instead. The two then proceed to plan their wedding in subsequent episodes.

The season finale closes with Brennan receiving a videotape from her father containing a message to her from her mother, the arrest of her father after a scuffle with Booth, and the revelation that Angela is actually married already--meaning that her wedding to Hodgins must be put on hold.

Bones Season One Cast Picture

In September 2005 the Fox television network released a funny, yet dramatic, crime show unlike any others on the air. Starring Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz, Bones takes the audience for a suspenseful ride by using the fields of forensic anthropology and forensic archaeology to assist the FBI with solving murder cases that involve skeletons.

At the start of the series the audience is introduced to Dr. Temperance Brennan (Emily Deschanel), a forensic anthropologist. She has been away from D.C. for awhile and has just returned when she is promptly whisked away to help FBI Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) on his current case. Dr. Brennan--a lady who obviously does not like being told what to do--initially refuses to work with Agent Booth.

When her boss at the Jeffersonian Institute, Dr. Daniel Goodman (Jonathan Adams), informs her that part of her job is to assist with these kinds of matters she reluctantly agrees to work with Booth on his case. However, she insists that in order for her to work with him, Booth must let her be his partner in all aspects of the case--including interrogations and such--so that she can do her job of analyzing the remains better.
Due to the nature of her work, Booth gives Brennan the nickname “Bones” and proceeds to call her by said nickname quite often, despite her protests. He also gives the nickname “squints” to the members of Brennan’s team: her assistant Zack Addy (Eric Millegan, bug and slime expert Dr. Jack Hodgins (T.J. Thyne), and forensic artist Angela Montenegro (Michaela Conlin). Both Brennan and
Booth give differing answers to the definition of what a squint really is.

The first case the pair work on together involves the pregnant corpse of a woman who had been rumored to be sleeping with a senator. Despite warnings from the FBI to stay away from the matter, Dr. Brennan uses her forensic anthropology skills to help Booth continue working on the case until the killer is caught.

This determination to solve cases despite any dangers involved is seen throughout all of the remaining episodes for this season. Each grisly case that the pair encounters takes them on an interesting and suspenseful ride to find the truth, no matter what happens. Despite the apparent clash in the personalities of Booth and Brennan, during the course of each case they slowly grow more intimate in their interactions with one another--at one point they even divulge to one another their reasons for doing the work that they do. He does it as a way to ease his conscience from his past as an Army sniper by bringing closure to murdered victim’s families; while she chose this career path due to the mysterious disappearance of her parents when she was fifteen years old.

Brennan’s personal revelation will definitely play into many more episodes to come. This is evidenced in the season one finale when a set of bones that have been found are speculated to belong to one of her parents.