Bones has now come to an end. There are not that many series that lasted 12 seasons, but Bones is the one show that serves its TV audience with gripping story lines and fascinating characters. Characters like Bones herself, Temperance Brennan and Booth. Fox’s Bones has made this show her very own and there is no telling what her fate is going to be or of the supporting roles The show has earned their right to end it the way they need to. This is one of the reasons why fans love Bones because this show tries new things, like new guest stars, new plot lines and riveting mysteries. This all starts with Tuesday’s final-season opener (9 ET/PT).
“The Hope in the Horror” also marks the first directorial effort by co-star Emily Deschanel, who plays forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperance “Bones” Brennan. If her role is as authoritative figure enough, as with her character, she will direct one of the best episodes in Bones so far. “The Hope in the Horror” The Final Chapter will allow Emily Deschanel to spread her wings and focus on the love story behind the successful series. The everlasting romance between Booth and Bones. All thanks as well to David Boreanaz, who they both share in directing the finale.
As expressed online in www.usweekly.com, Emily Deschanel says “I was very emotional, and I didn’t know that would be it,” she recalls. “I thought I would be working the next day. That was a bit of a shock, honestly, and I fell into a puddle of tears. “Deschanel’s directorial debut adds to the emotion. The episode she directs will mark the return of an old cast member, Eric Millegan, who plays intern-turned-serial-killer’s-apprentice-turned-psychiatric patient Zack Addy.
At the end of last season, “Brennan’s been kidnapped” by Addy, she says, though the reason why “may not be that sinister.” When fining the right kidnapper, the show’s producers wanted a likeable character to accomplish that role. No matter how much we hate them, the more we find him intriguing and understood.
The length of the show will grab attention to the relationship between Booth and Bones. Which will not be a change for the show, since it is the important factor of the show. This is what makes the show popular and has had its long run on FOX. Although, there are reruns shown on other channels. This show will be greatly missed and we’ll finally see them living happily ever after.