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‘Bones’ returns on Star World for second season at 10 PM slot on Wednesdays

10-June-2008
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‘Bones’ returns on Star World for second season at 10 PM slot on Wednesdays

‘Bones’ is returning on Star World for its second season starting Wednesday, June 11, 2008, at 10 PM. It is a forensic-focused drama. This season’s guest stars are Jessica Capshaw (The Practice), British comedian Stephen Fry and Hollywood veteran Ryan O’Neal.

Hart Hanson, Executive Producer, Bones, said, “Bones makes you cry and makes you laugh, scares you a little every once in a while and it makes you wanna throw up every once in a while.”

Commenting on the second season, actress Emily Deschanel said, “There are so many episodes in the second season that are special for me for so many reasons. There was an episode when I was buried alive, that one’s called ‘Aliens in a Spaceship’. That was pretty scary for me to do! It’s actually hard to pick one episode over the other. It’s just like you’re your children – you don’t want to pick your favorite child.”

In addition, this season forensic anthropologist Brennan (Emily Deschanel of Boogeyman) and her FBI agent partner Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz of Buffy the Vampire Slayer) are joined by no-nonsense pathologist Dr Camille Saroyan (Tamara Taylor of Serenity). Her addition to the team adds conflict, especially since she was once romantically involved with Booth.

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