Returning: Bones. Airdate: First Dates.

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A new season of Bones begins next week with a double episode.

S11E1 “The Loyalty In The Lie” screens 9pm Tuesday night.

Six months after the events of last season, Booth, Brennan, daughter Christine and the new baby are ostensibly living a dream life, a world away from the murder-filled life they left behind. But a case with close personal ties to the couple compels Brennan to become involved in the forensic analysis of the remains, and Booth mysteriously goes missing, prompting an FBI investigation into his whereabouts led by Agent Grace Miller, who works closely with FBI Agent James Aubrey on the case.

S11E2 “The Brother in the Basement” will follow at 10pm.

On Wednesday February 3rd Seven premieres First Dates at 9pm.

In First Dates, real people go on blind dates in a restaurant with a unique twist. They’ve come from right across the country to face the most intense night of their lives. Discreet cameras follow every date…and every move! They’ve been matched on their likes and dislikes. Some will sizzle. Some will crash and burn. What happens next is up to them! At the end of the night, they must decide will they go on a second date.

Meanwhile a special What Really Happens on the Gold Coast will follow at 10:15pm.

From the iconic Gold Coast meter maids to surfing entrepreneurs The Mad Hueys, some of Surfers Paradise’s busiest “entertainment” professionals, and the dedicated doctors and nurses working in the region’s busiest emergency room – we’ll see exactly what goes on in Australia’s picture-perfect paradise. Tonight, we head to Australia’s iconic Gold Coast where we meet the beautiful Meter Maids, spend a day on the boats with the Mad Hueys and spend an evening with the Gold Coast’s popular “Sexy Time” strippers.

14 Comments:

  1. carolemorrissey

    Great news about Bones, I was hoping it would come back soon. Any word on when Blacklist, How to get away with murder, Quantico & Blindspot are returning?

  2. I feel First Dates might flop. Given channel 7s audience will watch MKR every day I’m sure they will be exhausted to then tune into more reality. Some of their viewers (me included) like dramas and once again there is limited on offer.

  3. I thought 7 had forgotten about Bones. Channel 7 does not have the catch up rights for this show (unless things have changed since last season due to their full channel streaming) so its annoying to keep track of. If you miss an episode due to timeslot and night changes which happens pretty often with this show there is no way of catching up.

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