“Bones” 5th Season Coming On DVD, Blu-Ray. As the sixth season of “Bones” begins this month, fans can relive last season’s passion and intrigue as the Fox hit series arrives on Blu-ray and DVD October 5th. The fifth season also guest starred Buckcherry front man Josh Todd in an episode. ”Bones” stars Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz as forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperance “Bones” Brennan and FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth to solve crimes and catch criminals. The 4-disc Blu-ray and 6-disc DVD includes all 22 episodes plus special features, including extended episodes of “The Tough Man in the Tender Chicken” and “The X in the Files.” They also include the features “The 100th Episode with Director David Boreanaz,” “The Bodies of Bones,” and “The Nunchuck Way,” as well as commentaries, deleted scenes, and gag reel. Buckcherry fans can also see frontman Todd in action in the 19th episode “The Rocker in the Rinse Cycle.” As special treat to the fans, Buckcherry.com will host a contest with Fox Home Entertainment, where viewers can win a roundtrip ticket to Las Vegas to see the band perform at the MGM Grand. Everyone who watches a special “Bones” s.5 video clip at the band’s official website can win. The 5th season of “Bones” will be released in DVD and Blu-ray on October 5th
Fox Set To Rock In May With “American Idol,” “Glee”. television, arts, culture and entertainment, United States
Fox is pulling out all the stops for May sweeps, including show-stopping musical numbers on almost all their hit shows for “Fox Rocks,” a full week of music-themed programming. Along with new episodes of the always rock-filled “American Idol” and “Glee,” slightly more serial dramas “House,” “Bones,” and “Fringe” are all participating in the musical twist, with “Fringe” including musical performances from its actors Anna Torv and Lance Reddick. On Sunday, May 2nd, as part of “Fox Rocks,” Family Guy” boasts new and fan-favorite musical numbers, “The Simpsons” sing-along to Ke$ha’s #1 hit “Tik Tok,” and Kanye West guest voices on “The Cleveland Show.” For the season finale of “The Simpsons” on Sunday, May 23rd, judges Simon, Ellen, Randy and Kara all guest voice as themselves for a special “American Idol” themed episode. Then on Wednesday, May 26th, the new “American Idol” is crowned during the second part of the show’s season finale. Jack Bauer won’t benefit from any musical interludes for the series finale of “24″ airing Monday, May 24th. Although, the special two-hour finale is sure to rock in its own right.
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To unlock the doors of Syfy’s newest series, Warehouse 13, we went directly to the show’s secret keepers—executive producers David Simkins and Jack Kenny—for an exclusive look inside. Here’s what we’ve learned about the government’s classified storage facility and the agents (played by Eddie McClintock and Joanne Kelly) assigned to track its supernatural artifacts. It’s More Than Sci Fi: Warehouse 13 is the rebranded Syfy network’s first series premiere, and it’s definitely not just science fiction. Warehouse 13 appeals to all fans of fun. If you like Reaper, Bones, Fringe, Indiana Jones or the madcap romance and charisma you’d find in a Cary Grant movie, you’ll enjoy Warehouse 13. Pinkie swear. Dream Team: Stars Eddie McClintock and Joanne Kelly have wicked chemistry—and a refreshingly nonromantic relationship—as secret-service agents Peter and Myka, the investigators who head out each episode to track down the artifacts and talismans that are meant to be impounded in Warehouse 13. “I think it’s so much more fun to play the brother-sister ‘Odd Couple’ aspect,” executive producer Kenny tells us. “They know how to push each other’s buttons, they know what they fight over, they know what they love and they know how to make each other laugh. They just know so much about each other already that it’ll be a fun surprise if we ever do suddenly land them in a romantic relationship with each other, but it won’t be for quite a while. If it happens at all.”