Brennan, Booth, Abbie and Ichabod will team up to discover the identity of a 200-year-old corpse, and save Sleepy Hollow from an army of the undead.
Producers describe the two-episode event as X-Files-esque as Bones and Ichabod Crane collide to solve a gruesome case.
Fox hopes that crossing the two crime dramas will keep both off the bubble moving forward.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Following, New Girl and The Mindy Project all received early renewals.
It’s that time again: When all of our favorite shows come back from their summer hiatus, and you suddenly remember that the majority of them had cliffhangers that you remember very little about. While Google undoubtedly thanks you for the business, it has to be said: Is television doing it wrong?
Bones executive producers Hart Hanson and Stephen Nathan tease that stars Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz are “negotiating through Season 9,” and open up to Spinoff Online about how the Fox series is going “back to basics.”
Bones stars David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel and executive producer Stephan Nathan talked with an enthusiastic Comic-Con International about the babies, higher stakes and what to expect in Season 8.
Creator Hart Hanson and star Geoff Stults discuss their new Fox drama The Finder, its roots in Hanson’s hit series Bones, and what viewers can expect from the first season.
We all know that Christmas is a time to get fed up of your friends and family and turn to television for the kind of cheer that you only wish existed in real life. Bearing that in mind, then, it seems only right to suggest some shows to dial up on Netflix Streaming to make your yuletide bright.
It’s Sweeps Month in televisionland this month, but that doesn’t mean that every network is playing it safe. Sure, sweeps means new episodes of the top-rated shows as everyone tries to put their best foot forward, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t some all-new things to be watching in November, as well…
For those of you just joining us, yesterday I wondered why we didn’t have a new Star Trek television show on the air already, before suggesting that, just maybe, such a show wouldn’t work on modern television anymore. Pick your appalled, disagreeing jaws off the ground; here’s where I explain what I mean.
This week saw the 45th anniversary of the debut of Star Trek, the science fiction franchise that reflected the optimism of the space race and made science fiction mainstream years before George Lucas would manage to get Darth Vader to pant heavily. As a television show, it changed everything and taught the world many valuable lessons… like the ones we’re about to share with you.