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The tenth season of the American television series Bones premiered on September 25, 2014, and concluded on June 11, 2015, on Fox. The show moved time slots from its previous season, airing on Thursdays at 8:00 pm ET.[1]




The Blacklist - Season 10Eps2


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The series was renewed for a tenth season on January 29, 2014.[2] Series creator Hart Hanson stepped down as showrunner for the tenth season to focus on his new TV series, Backstrom; longtime executive producer and writer Stephan Nathan took over the role of showrunner.[2] In January 2014, Fox Entertainment President Kevin Reilly commented that season 10 would possibly be the final season, but in July 2014, Fox chairman and CEO Peter Rice commented, "I hope it's not the last year ... it's a fantastic series, it's famously moved all over our schedule for 10 years ... It's [Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz's] last year contractually, so we have to have that conversation ... but I hope that they will come back."[3] The tenth season features the series' 200th episode, written by Stephen Nathan and directed by series star David Boreanaz, which is an Alfred Hitchcock homage set in the 1950s.[4]


In July 2014, John Boyd was cast in a recurring role of James Aubrey, a junior FBI agent working under Booth.[5] However, it was later revealed that Boyd would be a series regular.[6] The character of Lance Sweets, portrayed by John Francis Daley who joined the cast in the third season, is killed off in the season premiere episode. The decision to kill off the character was because Daley needed a break from the series to direct the upcoming National Lampoon's Vacation remake, Vacation, and executive producer Stephan Nathan thought killing off the character instead of just writing him off would be more impactful.[7] With the series' 206th episode, Bones became the longest-running one-hour drama for producing studio 20th Century Fox Television, and the episode also names all 206 bones in the human body.[8] Emily Deschanel's real-life pregnancy was written into the show (like her first pregnancy), and the season features the reveal that Brennan is pregnant with her and Booth's second child.[9] The season finale was written as a potential series finale, as it was written before the writers knew the series was renewed for another season.[10]


The series continues to center on the Five-0 Task Force, a specialized state police task force, established by the Hawaiian Governor that investigates major crimes in the state of Hawaii including murder, terrorism, and human trafficking. All ten main cast members returned from season 9, however Jorge Garcia only appeared in one episode this season. Katrina Law was added to the main cast as Quinn Liu. Former main cast members Masi Oka and Michelle Borth guest-starred as Dr. Max Bergman and Catherine Rollins, respectively.


Four characters from Magnum P.I. guest starred in episode 12, which was a two-part crossover that concluded on Magnum P.I. As with season 9, several characters continued to make guest appearances on Magnum P.I.


The most watched episode of the season, was the series finale, "Aloha", with 9.59 million viewers.[1] The second-most-watched was the penultimate episode, "A ʻohe ia e loaʻa aku, he ulua kapapa no ka moana", with 8.44 million viewers.[2]


The number in the "No. overall" column refers to the episode's number within the overall series, whereas the number in the "No. in season" column refers to the episode's number within this particular season. The titles of each episode are in the Hawaiian language, though its English translations are directly underneath. "Prod. code" refers to the order in which the episodes were produced. "U.S. viewers (millions)" refers to the number of viewers in the U.S. in millions who watched the episode as it was aired.


On September 27, 2019, Jorge Garcia, who had played Jerry Ortega since the fourth season, left the series following the season premiere to focus on other projects; in the show, after recovering from being shot in the ninth season finale, Jerry leaves the task force to focus on writing a book. Garcia and producer Peter Lenkov both confirmed the former's exit, but assured that the door would be open for Jerry to later return as a guest star.[44] Garcia is set to cross-over onto one of Lenkov's other series MacGyver during its fifth season portraying Jerry Ortega as a guest star.[45][46] MacGyver previously crossed-over with Hawaii Five-0 in their first and seventh seasons, respectively.[47]


On February 14, 2020, it was revealed that Lance Gross would have a major guest role for the two-part season finale with the possibility for Gross to become a series regular pending renewal of an eleventh season.[48] However, on February 28, 2020, it was announced that the series would end after the tenth season.[32] Chuck Norris made a cameo appearance in the season's penultimate episode as Lee Phillips, a retired sergeant major who is helping his mentee; Lincoln Cole.[49] Former main cast member Michelle Borth returned in the final moments of the series finale as Catherine Rollins; however, her appearance was not mentioned in any press releases put out prior to the episodes airing.[50] To avoid any spoiler she was also not included in the opening guest star credits. Instead, she appeared in the closing credits within her own caption.


The following is a list of episodes for the original Ben 10 series. There are a total of 49 episodes, 3 movies, 9 shorts and 1 special. Although the series was produced as two seasons with 26 episodes each, it was written and aired as four seasons with 13 episodes each, with the movie Ben 10: Secret of the Omnitrix serving as the first three episodes of the fourth season. Furthermore, several episodes aired out of order.[note 1] 041b061a72


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