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Skull and Bones: New Eps of "Bones" in April; Sneak Peek of "Sarah Connor"

Bad news for fans of FOX's forensic drama Bones.

No, before the letter-writing campaigns begin (complete with massive mountains of Paul Smith striped socks being sent to FOX executives, no doubt), the series hasn't been canceled... but fans of the drama, currently in its third season, will have to wait quite a while for new episodes.

FOX has once again tweaked its midseason schedule and announced that, in addition to a berth on Friday evenings, Bones will pop up on the Monday night lineup at 8 pm, beginning in April.

While the above is hardly reason for concern, it's the fact that FOX is pushing the remaining four produced episodes of Bones, which were meant to air during February sweeps, to April 28th.

Which means that anyone waiting for another fix of Brennan and Booth is going to have to cool their heels for quite some time. It also means that FOX is dead serious about digging their heels in for the long term, preparing for the eventuality that the strike will not end in time to get the 2007-08 season back on track...

In other FOX programming news, Terminator fans can get a sneak peek at the pilot for Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, starring Lena Headey, Thomas Dekker, Summer Glau, and Richard T Jones over at Yahoo, beginning tonight at 9 pm PT/midnight ET.

Personally, I was let down by the pilot when I saw it in early May, so I am curious to see if there have been any significant changes since then... But I will admit that I am curious to see how they manage to replace Owain Yeoman (The Nine) with Garret Dillahunt (No Country for Old Men) after the pilot episode...

Comments

Anonymous said…
I'm surprised that they replaced Owain Yeoman as I thought he did a fine job in the version of the pilot I saw. Lena Headey was the one who I wasn't really sold on. She's a solid actress but this role just doesn't quite seem to fit her.
Carrie said…
Garret Dillahunt? I was already planning on watching the show, but SIGN ME UP for sure now. He is one of my favorite working actors that no one has ever heard of, and always brings something interesting to the roles he plays.

I have to echo bella spruce in thinking the replacement is strange, though, since I thought Owain Yeoman did well in the pilot.

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