In the first part of the TV Showrunners feature, I talked with both gay and straight showrunners to find out how they approach creating LGBT characters and writing LGBT stories…. More
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The year was 1977 and even without the Internet to spread the word on controversy I knew that there was something freaking people out about with this new sitcom called… More
When we last left Special Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) and Dr. Temperance Brennan (Emily Deschanel) on “Bones,” Brennan had finally broken down and proposed marriage to Booth, who happily accepted. But then, Pelant (Andrew Leeds) got into the mix and forced Booth to break the engagement and extracted a promise that he would not tell Brennan why, or Pelant would kill five innocent people.
“Bones” turns 150 on Monday, Dec. 3, and in honor of the occasion, executive Producers Hart Hanson and Stephen Nathan promise they have a few special treats up their sleeves… More
It’s been three weeks since we last checked in with Dr. Temperance Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and FBI Special Agent — and baby daddy — Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) on “Bones.”… More
When “Bones” returns for its eighth season on September 17, Christopher Palant (Andrew Leeds) has completely torn apart Booth’s (David Boreanaz) and Brennan’s (Emily Deschanel) lives. Brennan, Max (Ryan O’Neal)… More
After seven years on the air, it’d be tough for any series to find a new beginning. And yet, “Bones” managed that feat quite literally this year with the arrival… More
Despite the fact that Brennan (Emily Deschanel) is ready to pop out her baby at any minute, she refuses to stay in the lab when the remains of an escaped… More
It’s been an unusual year for “Bones,” which has been on and off the Fox schedule after production on this seventh season was disrupted by star Emily Deschanel’s real-life pregnancy. Even though they’re now back on course, there have been some questions about the show’s fate.
This new Fox series, “The Finder,” premieres in an unusual way: With a quick storyline involving John Fogerty of Creedence Clearwater Revival and then a performance by Fogerty of one of his most iconic songs. We loved it.