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Bones - Brand New on Prime

BONES

BRAND NEW ON PRIME


Last season tech genius and serial killer Christopher Pelant once again returned to toy with the Jeffersonian team. Viewers were left hanging as Pelant forced Booth to call off his engagement to Brennan, threatening the lives of innocent people if they went through with the marriage or even if Booth told Brennan why he was turning her down.

The ninth season begins with Booth trying to win back Brennan’s trust without revealing the reason for turning down her marriage proposal. But despite Pelant’s nefarious efforts to thwart their nuptials, wedding bells will indeed be ringing very soon.

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