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“Bones” back next season, David Boreanaz tweets


By Sean O’Connell
Hollywoodnews.com: David Boreanaz is an actor. Most know him from the hit FOX program “Bones,” though a smaller portion of us fans will always associate him with his role of Angel on the beloved “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and its spinoff program, “Angel.”

Boreanaz also is a hockey fan – a die-hard Philadelphia Flyers fan – and those who follow him on Twitter got a double dose of both his passions Monday night. That’s when, during a Flyers playoff game, Boreanaz tweeted that his hit show, “Bones,” would be back for another season.

“OT! Orange and Black craziness! Oh, Season 7 is GO for Bones,” he wrote.

So brief. So subtle. So very cool.

Now that we know “Bones” is returning, we wonder how the show will habndle co-star Emily Deschanel’s recent pregnancy. Showrunner Hart Hanson said to THR recently that they’d consider “a host of potential options, including a shorter season or a collection of episodes that don’t feature Deschanel.”

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