In the 200th episode, BONES pays tribute to Alfred Hitchcock, by reimagining the Jeffersonian and FBI teams in 1950s Hollywood.
The team investigates the murder of a college professor.
The team investigates the murder of a crossword puzzle master.
The team begins a complicated investigation after severely damaged human remains are discovered under a merry-go-round.
The team investigates a possible case of human trafficking.
The team attends a forensic science convention and discovers the remains of a body in a stairwell.
The team investigates the murder of a video game designer whose remains were found washed up in a river.
The team investigates the death of a conservative radio host.
The team digs deeper into the Federal Government's cover-up.
In the Season 10 premiere, Brennan and the Jeffersonian team are desperately working to clear Booth’s name and get him out of jail.
A sneak peek at the return of BONES, as Brennan and Booth find their professional and personal lives in turmoil, after Booth was arrested at the end of Season 9.
In the Season 9 finale, a conspiracy blogger's death arouses suspicion when he dies before a scheduled meeting with Booth to discuss a previous case, but evidence uncovered during the team's investigation could affect his future with the FBI.
The Jeffersonian team investigates the death of Brian Thomas, the head swim coach at a community college, whose remains were found dumped at the bottom of a well. When possible suspects tell Brennan and Sweets that Brian may have been having an affair, the team digs a little deeper only to find details of Brian’s secret life. Meanwhile, Sweets fills in for Booth in the investigation while Booth prepares to testify before a Congressional sub-committee and the Jeffersonian team gets a new intern who catches Sweets’ attention.
Remains in a national park belong to the daughter of the wealthy McNamara family, and the investigation reveals she may have been murdered by the Ghost Killer and had a connection to a previous victim.
The Jeffersonian team investigates the murder of a woman whose remains were found in a swamp. When the team realizes that her body was cryogenically frozen before it was disposed, it leads them to a cryogenic preservation facility where they learn more about the victim’s personal life. Meanwhile, Cam is hesitant to meet Arastoo’s father and mother for the first time and Booth is up for a huge promotion that could uproot his entire family.
The Jeffersonian team investigates the death an art school dropout struggling with Lupus, whose remains were found inside a log in a forest. When the team learns about the victim’s use of cannabis to treat her pain, it leads them to the dispensary where she worked, and they uncover more shocking details that could have contributed to her death. Meanwhile, squintern Wendell Bray returns after starting cancer treatments, and while working on the case, he starts to open up more about his illness, only to reveal some shocking news that may end in his termination. Also, Booth preps for his FBI Competency tests.
Series creator/executive producer Hart Hanson talks about Parker's reaction to his new half-sibling. The cast names other shows they would like to star in. Cast member TJ Thyne (Dr. Jack Hodgins) talks about the "Bones" spin-off, "The Finder."
David Boreanaz reveals the strangest fan request he's ever received.
The 2 hour extravaganza opens this season of Bones in England.
Booth prepares for a possible confrontation.
Would the Squinterns be interested in all working on a case together again?
Mr. Bray returns.
Series creators/executive producers Hart Hanson and Stephen Nathan explain why they decided it was time for Dr. Temperance "Bones" Brennan (played by Emily Deschanel) and Special Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) to become a couple.
It's the moment we've all been waiting for... Booth officially pops the question!
Booth and Brennan investigate the murder of a video game designer whose remains were found washed up in a river.
Meet Booth’s new partner, FBI Special Agent James Aubrey, played by James Boyd.
Watch this exclusive clip from the 'Bones' Season 6 DVD.
Cast member Emily Deschanel ("Bones") talks about how she told the executive producers and cast she was pregnant. Series creator/executive producer Hart Hanson shares what they intend to do when Emily goes on maternity leave.
Here's a video you would have seen at Comic-Con 2011.
Cast member Emily Deschanel (Dr. Temperance "Bones" Brennan) talks about the books of Kathy Reichs and compares the Bones character in TV versus the books. John Francis Daley (Dr. Lance Sweets) talks fan-fiction.
If there's no room for guts in Brennan's lab, then what's Cam supposed to do with these?
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