Here are a few fun/interesting/random bits about Bones I have not posted in the last few days.
Tricia Hefler hearts Bones
Zap2It's redcarpet report includes a little bit of Bones love from a Battlestar Galactica Star - Tricia Hefler loves her Bones!
- Battlestar Galactica's Tricia Helfer talking about how much she loves FOX's Bones and how she would be on the look out for David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel.Kathy Reichs talks Books, Bones, and more
In this interview, Kathy Reichs gives insight into her books, her writing process, and her involvement with Bones.
Were you hesitant when approached about doing the TV series?An Emmy moment with David Boreanaz
"You always feel a bit of trepidation. I'd been approached before about feature films and other ideas for the character, but I talked at length with our executive producers, Barry Josephson and Hart Hanson. I was just convinced that they could handle the character and story development satisfactorily, and that they genuinely wanted my input on the science end of it. It seemed [right]."
It's too bad we don't have a video of this, but the same guy who said, many times, that Bones has 'jumped the shark' has highlighted David Boreanaz as providing the best red carpet Emmy moment.
Best red-carpet moment: David Boreanaz of "Bones" showed off his horizontal-striped socks on cable E!'s "stiletto cam."Quite a bit nicer than "Most Awkward Pairing" for sure.
Bones tops DVR usage
The season premier of Bones, Yanks in the U.K., topped the DVR usage for the week of September 1-7th, with over 2 million people recording it.
And don't forget...
Bones starts in the U.K. this Thursday night, September 25th.
Bones (Thursday 9pm, Sky One)
The popular American crime drama returns with a two-parter that sends forensic anthropologist Temperance Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and FBI agent Seeley Booth (Davie Boreanaz) to London. As you’d imagine, it’s the usual badly played Yanks in London type affair, with lots of blatant London landmarks and jokes about tea, but it’s all good fun. Noteworthy appearances from next big thing Andrew (The Fixer) Buchan and Indira Varma make this more than worth a watch.