When the standard methods of identifying a body are useless, law enforcement calls on Dr. Temperance Brennan, a highly skilled forensic anthropologist employed by the Jeffersonian Institute in Washington, D.C., who writes novels on the side, for her uncanny ability to read clues left behind in the victim’s bones. While most people can’t handle Brennan’s intelligence and her drive for the truth, FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth is an exception. A former Army sniper, he mistrusts science and scientists – the “squints,” as he calls them – who pore over the physical evidence of a crime. But even he cannot deny that the combination of his people-smarts and Brennan’s scientific acumen makes them a formidable duo, both professionally and personally.
"Bones" premiered at a moment in television history when the proceudral series reigned supreme. That's the genre of television where a simple investigative format is pumped full of unique characters and situations, although they mostly turn out to be cop-style shows with varying degrees of quality...While "Bones" does not do much to innovate the format, it does have a unique advantage in its two lead characters, Bones (Emily Deschanel) and Booth (David Boreanaz), who share a classic will-they-won't-they banter that never gets old. It's where the acting and writing both shine. That same light tone is attempted throughout the series and even in some of the more absurd crimes investigated, but because the characters are less vivid, the jokes fall flat.--David Gurney, Common Sense Media
Ian Toynton, Dwight H. Little, Jeannot Szwarc
Crime, Crime Drama, Drama, Medical, Mystery
Bones is a highly successful series. This was Hart Hanson’s 1st Tv Show. Bones was one of this most popular pieces. You can also watch other Tv Show from that genre such as CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Dexter, and Silent Witness.