While speaking to the press today, BONES showrunner Hart Hanson talked as bit about the Season 6 finale and teases about what to expect as well as the status of a Season 7 renewal.

“The last two episodes of this season are going to run the whole gamut of tones that BONES does from A to Z – a lot happens in those last two episodes,” says Hanson. “I think the title of the season finale ‘A Change in the Game’ is about as much as I want to say about in any detail. It’s going to be one of those shows that the BONES audience will talk about and enjoy hugely. If anyone feels there’s an anti-climax to it, I’ve failed at my job.”

As for the status of Season 7 renewal, Hanson says right now it’s just “business stuff.”

“It’s license fee negotiations,” says Hanson. “They are talking like crazy over there. In 2009, it wasn’t settled until the weekend before upfronts. I imagine this could be anywhere between now and May 15. I’m very confident we will come to a deal. There are all sorts of hoops and hurdles to jump through and over. Everyone is trying to figure out what it will look like. Will we make 16, 18 or 22? I guess those are all the models they’re going through. We’re kind of used to that over here. HOUSE is in a very similar place.”

That said, Emily Deschanel’s real-life pregnancy will also have to be worked into the show if Season 7 happens, and Hanson is ready to figure that out as well.

“We’re still contending with the effects of Emily’s pregnancy on the show,” says Hanson. “We have had multiple production conversations with the studio. The network will weigh in heavily. Were we to do four episodes without Emily, is the network interested in that? It’s conversations we haven’t had yet. I have to be ready for any of those contingencies.”

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Comments:

  1. I am very grateful for the consistent reporting AX does on Bones. Thank you for this update and for contacting HH to read his account of where things stand.

    Amy
  2. The Finder idea is perfect, it brings back the somewhat playfulness seen in earlier seasons of Bones – very refreshing. The author Richard Greener as well as the writers for The Finder portray well, the unusual and frustrating characteristics of head injuries, a risky yet welcome task. TBI victims are useful, human and still possess a unique, unorthodox, sometimes inappropriate sense of humor and way of life. The actor chosen to play the main role represents those aspects well, along the the ever-present dose of paranoia.
    Take it from one who knows all too well, the difficult navigation of life with severe head trauma – well-done, well-done, well-done.

    Sandy

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