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“Gringo” World Premiere

Emily attended Amazon Studios and STX Films’ Gringo world premiere held at Regal LA Live Stadium 14 in Los Angeles, California (March 6).

Happy Birthday, Emily!

Today (October 11) Emily is celebrating her birthday! I’d like to wish a Happy Birthday to Emily!

“Bones” Premiered on This Day in 2005!

Back on this day, 13 September 2005, Bones first premiered! Take a look back at some of the season one promotional photos featuring Emily!

FOX UK Acquires “Bones”

FOX UK Swoops For ‘Bones’

TV WISE – FOX UK has acquired long-running procedural Bones, which was originally produced for their U.S. namesake, after striking a deal with sister company Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution.

Sky originally brought Bones to the UK. The series first aired on this side of the pond on Sky1, before ultimately moving over to sister channel Sky Living, where it wrapped it’s twelve season reason several months ago.

FOX UK has picked up the series for their daily 5pm time-slot, where it will launch on Wednesday October 18th with a double-bill. Bones is the latest U.S. scripted drama FOX UK has picked up to strip daily across their schedule; following in the foot-steps of USA Network’s Monk, the former Dana Delany ABC procedual Body Of Proof and TNT’s brand defining show The Closer.

The licensing agreement for Bones is the latest in a string of deals that FOX UK has inked in the past few months. The channel previously inked agreements with Keshet International for False Flag, Warner Bros. International Television Distribution for Lucifer and the third and final season of Murder In The First, and Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution for new X-Men universe show The Gifted.

Created by Hart Hanson and based on the series of novels by Kathy Reichs, Bones follows forensic anthropologist Dr Temperance Brennan who, along with her team at the Jeffersonian Institute, assists the FBI with their investigations. The drama was produced by 20th Century Fox Television and across it’s twelve seasons starred Emily Deschanel, David Boreanaz, Eric Millegan, Jonathan Adams, Michaela Conlin, T. J. Thyne, Tamara Taylor, John Francis Daley and John Boyd.

Fox Chief Anticipates Future Bones Revival

Less than five months after Bones went off the air, Fox Chairman and CEO Dana Walden admits the long-running crime procedural could still have a future on the network.

After 12 seasons, the drama starring David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel bid farewell, but with the rate of shows being revived left and right — we’re looking at you, Will & Grace and Roseanne — Walden was asked how much time would have to pass before putting the show back on the air.

“I think David Boreanaz would be upset with his new show premiering if I said it was any time soon,” Walden said at the Television Critics Association’s press tour on Tuesday. “I would anticipate ultimately we would happily do something around Bones, and that group was so close and the experience was so good for all of them. I can’t say definitively, we’ve had no conversations, it’s just too soon, and they’re all pursuing different things right now.”

For his part, Boreanaz will return to primetime this fall in the CBS military drama SEAL Team — though the actor didn’t seem that positive about reprising his Bones role following the finale at TCA in January. “It’s very hard for me to answer that question, honestly,” Boreanaz said. “I don’t know what’s going to happen in six hours. I mean, you’re asking a hypothetical question, but everything is possible in life. But I tend to like to go forward. I don’t like to go backwards… In general, I don’t like reunions and I don’t like to go back.”

Bones creator Hart Hanson, however, previously seemed open to the idea of following in the footsteps of fellow network series like 24 and Prison Break. “I think those things are always possible, and very desirable,” Hanson said.