Bones: Show review


Boston Palmer, Entertainment reporter

If you are a fan of crime shows then this is the show for you, it has comedy and action and is one of the best whodunnits around.


“Bones” is a popular American crime procedural drama television series that aired on Fox from 2005 to 2017. The show, which is based on the novels of the same name by author Kathy Reichs, follows forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperance “Bones” Brennan and FBI special agent Seeley Booth as they solve complex murder cases by examining the remains of the victims. 


One of the show’s strengths is its unique premise. While crime shows are not new. “Bones” adds a fresh twist to the genre by focusing on the science behind solving crimes. The show places a strong emphasis on the forensic anthropology work done by Dr. Brennan and her team.


The scientific detail of the show, including the use of technology and the careful examination of evidence, is impressive and helps set it apart from other crime shows.

The characters of “Bones” are another highlight of the show. Dr. Brennan is a highly intelligent, socially awkward, and independent woman who is also a single mother. Her contrasting personality with Booth who is a more outgoing and intuitive agent leads to great chemistry and banter between the two leads. The supporting cast is also strong, with each character having a distinct personality and expertise that contributes to the team’s success.


The writing for the show is also consistently engaging and suspenseful, with each episode presenting a new mystery to be solved. The science and technology in the investigation keep the show fresh. If you have a chance to watch this show you should watch it because it is an amazing show and will keep you entertained for hours!