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"She defines herself by her abilities, by this enormous ability she has and this brilliance and this capability, and what happens when you strip that away? But they're together and they overcome it." The cast and producers have been open about the fact that the decision to end the show was prompted by the network -- but there's no hard feelings.
And no reason to close the door on a possible return of some kind in the future, said Deschanel.
Executive producer Jonathan Collier, who's been with the show for six seasons, wanted to bring character stories full circle with something impactful.
So he and fellow showrunner Michael Peterson looked to the past to find the show's future.
Is there a piece of medical jargon that you can never un-know? Now we have networks going out specifically looking for scripts with women in STEM roles.
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As I previously blabbed to you, in this, the second part of my on-set interview with David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel, the co-stars confirm that a marriage ceremony will take place in End Date But they also sorta-maybe-kinda-jokingly confirm yet another wedding, this second one in the Boreanaz-directed April 29 season finale (which may or may not be entirely improvised and broadcast live)!
Emily Deschanel is making no "Bones" about it: saying goodbye to her TV series after 12 seasons was a mixed bag of big emotions. So we never thought, "We're done." We thought, "We don't know." [When] you're on a television show, especially like this one, you always are in limbo, and you never know that the future is in terms of at least the next season. When you do a movie, you only have an hour and a half, two hours to tell a person's story.
Is that strange for you to have an ending that became not-an-ending several times? We never ended [a season] thinking, "This is the end." We ended it thinking, "This be the end," so we had to end it finally in a way that feels like an end, but also have a possibility of doing the show later.
But a lot of the storylines had already been used in the show after Hart had left because we have so many episodes, and we had a lot of episodes that were supposed to maybe possibly be the finale, so we kind of had false endings sometimes.