Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Bones Nominated for a Genesis Award

Bones has been nominated for a Genesis Award, in the Drama category (for the episode "The Finger in the Nest"). You can read more about what the awards are about here.

The Genesis Awards, presented by the Hollywood office of The HSUS, pays tribute to the major news and entertainment media for producing outstanding works in television, film, print and the arts which raise public understanding of animal issues.

The nation's premiere consciousness-raiser, the Genesis Awards are presented annually at a star-studded ceremony drawing representatives from the media, entertainment, social, business and humane communities.
The awards will be held March 28, 2009.

9 comments:

BonzGirl said...

Makes sense, since the episode is all about treating animals (and humans) properly.

Congrats to all the people on BONES! The episode was great, so it definitely deserves an award!

Suzanne said...

Oh, yay, Bones finally gets an award!! Any idea what channel the awards will be shown on?

Leanne said...

Congrats, Bones folk!
Has anyone seen the other episodes Finger is up against? I think it was a Grey's Anatomy and a Law and Order.

Christina :-) said...

I think the Genesis Awards are great! And I'm glad that Bones is getting recognized. :D

Is this even televised or anything? Will we be able to watch it?

Shep said...

GO BONES! That was a really great episode. Congrats to everyone on Bones!

Irina said...

That's great! IMO this is one of the best eps in this season. Good luck for Bones!

Kili Climbers said...

I wonder if the cast will be there...tickets start at $350.00 for general seats. Man it is tempting, but too much for my wallet. I am hoping to accidently run into a Bones filming offsite one time...CSI Miami has filmed a couple of times at my work....why can't Bones?? I can dream. :-) Driving by the Fox studio is kinda neat though...

I'm a genius and I'm confused said...

I know this is off topic (congrats to Bones!) but there are new sides up on livejournal - didn't know where else to post this info.

Anonymous said...

Congrats! I believe Emily had said she look forward to attending the Genesis Award every year. The nomination must make her very happy!

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