A reunion movie is likely coming as suggested in the ending scenes of the last episode, the "The Final Chapter: The End in the End" of the 12-year-old "Bones" series. But Fox has yet to take a rest and is not yet coming out any message after the grand final finish of the TV series. "Bones" series finale ended with lots of happy moments and happy reversal surprises amid violence.
The "Bones" series finale on Tuesday'd ending had a scene of Jeffersonian Laboratory being shattered by bomb blast. But as the lab staff were packing things to leave, renovations were already going on. The scene suggested that given the age of the series it would possibly not have an extension but a reunion movie featuring most if not all the characters who delighted and entertained the audience through its 12-year run.
The "Bones" series finale ended with happy moments and miracle with Dr. Temperance "Bones" Brennan (Emily Deschanel) recuperating back to normal after having brain surgery due to lab's explosion. Her husband FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) got a last heroic act of avenging for his father-in-law as he sniped killing nemesis killer Kovac. Dr. Jack Hodgins (TJ Thyne) ended in a wheelchair but he assumed as the lab's interim director when Dr. Camille Saroyan (Tamara Taylor) went on sabbatical leave to spend with her husband Arastoo (Pej Vahdat). The couple were happy for adopting three children. And as to pregnant Angela Montenegro (Michaela Conlin), after the explosion, she and her baby-to-be were safe.
"Bones" series has a total of 12 seasons and has been rated high since day one. The question why there would be no extension was strongly hinted by the cancellation of the supposed season 13. Executive producer Hart Hanson said in January 2017 during the Television Critics Association's press tour that the cancellation was not "our decision" referring to him and all supporting staff. It was made by Fox.
However, Fox might just think to come up a reunion movie after the curtain for "Bones" series finale finally fell down Tuesday with still wide acclaim. For USA Today's Robert Bianco, the series as a whole has a dependability that never wavered and a popularity that was held steady until near its very end.