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BONES: The Cast and Producers Share Memories From Their First Days on the Set

December 10, 2014 by  

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BONES’ 200th episode is airing this Thursday, and as Fox Television Group Chairman and CEO Gary Newman pointed out during an on-set celebration, it’s one of only a few Fox shows to reach that incredible milestone.

To celebrate how far Team BONES has come, I asked the cast and producers for their first memories of working on the series. Check out what BONES creator Hart Hanson, executive producer Stephen Nathan, as well as stars David Boreanaz (Booth), Emily Deschanel (Brennan), Michaela Conlin (Angela), TJ Thyne (Hodgins), Tamara Taylor (Cam), John Boyd (Aubrey), Carla Gallo (Daisy), Eugene Byrd (Clark), Michael Grant Terry (Wendell), Pej Vahdat (Arastoo), Laura Spencer (Jessica), Ignacio Serricchio (Fuentes), and Cyndi Lauper (Avalon) had to share…

Hart Hanson:


Stephen Nathan:


David Boreanaz:


Emily Deschanel:


Michaela Conlin, TJ Thyne, and Tamara Taylor:


John Boyd:


Carla Gallo and Eugene Byrd:


Michael Grant Terry and Pej Vahdat:


Laura Spencer and Ignacio Serricchio:


Cyndi Lauper:


BONES airs Thursdays at 8 PM on Fox.


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2 Responses to “BONES: The Cast and Producers Share Memories From Their First Days on the Set”

  1. Sally on December 10th, 2014 7:16 pm

    Really hate that John Francis Daley wasn’t there. But love all of the interviews you did, Marisa!

  2. Ruth Ann Walker on December 10th, 2014 10:27 pm

    I just love the back stage interviews, they seem to be relaxed and easy to talk to. I also love the bloopers from each season and especially when they start giggling, acting crazy or just teasing each other makes me laugh along with them, they are really fun to watch. The interviews and bloopers help us to see their real personalities and know that they, in real life are nothing like the character they play. Love Bones. Ruth Ann