Both Dr. Brennan and Agent Booth’s lives are in danger in this week’s Bones season 12 episode 11.
In the first part of the show’s two-part series finale, a bomb is planted at the Jeffersonian. It seems like Booth (David Boreanaz) and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) wouldn’t make it outside the lab when the bomb goes off.
Fox released a sneak peek for the episode, titled The Day in the Life. The clip starts with Booth saying that he has a feeling that something is wrong as the team learned that killer Mark Kovac (Gerard Celasco) escaped custody. Booth knew that Kovac has a plan to avenge his father’s death.
The FBI agent races to find ways on how to protect himself and his loved ones against the man seeks revenge for assassinating his father in front of him. Then Booth figures out Kovac’s plan – to plant a bomb and it is inside the lab.
While everyone is scrambling to get out, Brennan and Booth reach the exit but the doors slam shut in front of them. The couple is trapped inside the lab when the bomb detonates.
The official synopsis of the episode 11 shared by TV Series Finale also stated that Brennan will testify on Zach Addy’s (Eric Millegan) trial. Meanwhile, Aubrey (John Boyd ) and Jessica (Laura Spencer) will finally come to terms about their future together. Angela (Michaela Conlin), on the other hand, will reveal some important news to the team.
Aside from Millegan, singer Cyndi Lauper will also come back as Avalon Harmoni in Bones season 12 episode 11. Pej Vahdat will return as Arastoo and Raney Branch as Cam’s (Tamara Taylor) younger sister Felicia.
Don’t miss Bones season 12 episode 11 on Tuesday (March 21) at 9 p.m. EST in Fox.
Bones Series Finale
The Fox hit procedural series is wrapping up by the end of the month. Its penultimate episode is scheduled to air on March 28.
Fans were saddened when Fox announced in February 2016 that Bones will be renewed for its 12th and final season. The last season has 12 episodes, instead of its regular 22.
The decision to end Bones did not come as a surprise. In November 2015, executive producer Barry Josephson filed a lawsuit against Fox, The Hollywood Reporter noted. Executive producer Kathleen Reichs, Deschanel, and Boreanaz also filed a similar lawsuit against Fox.
The group claimed they have been cheated out of profits from the series for years. The complaint stated the company owed millions of dollars to the stars.
Bones executive producer Hart Hanson earlier hinted that he is considering the possibility of bringing back the series after its final season. However, its main cast members are not interested in joining the reboot.
Bones is longest running scripted procedural in Fox’s history.
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