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Losing his wife and his rodeo job, Chip jumps on a train to get the hell out of Bakersfield, but a gang of gutter punks, the police, and a sudden death drag him right back into the drama he tried to escape.
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The final chapter of BONES, the long-running series beloved by millions of fans around the world, premieres on Tuesday, January 3, 2017 at 9pm ET/PT on FOX. The 12-episode run celebrates the inventive series and brings the storylines of Brennan, Booth and the Jeffersonian-FBI team to a close, allowing loyal fans to say goodbye to these indelible characters -- with suspense and heartbreak, as well as laughs and fun surprises.
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Today in TV History: January 20
These shows premiered on January 20:
2017: Frontier (Netflix) 2017: Landmarks Live in Concert (PBS) 2016: Jep & Jessica: Growing the Dynasty (A&E) 2016: Kocktails with Khloe (FYI) 2015: Open Heart (TeenNick) 2015: The Short Game (Esquire) 2014: Hungry Brothers (TLC) 2014: Sheriff Callie's Wild West (Disney Jr) 2014: Southern Fried Everything (GAC) 2014: UP in the Morning (UP) 2013: Chasing the Saturdays (E!) 2013: Kourtney and Kim Take Miami (E!) 2013: Sweet Retreats (Live Well) 2012: On Freddie Roach (HBO) 2012: Swanderosa (CMT) 2012: UFC on FX (FX) 2012: UFC Prelims (FuelTV) 2012: UFC Primetime: Diaz vs. Condit (FX) 2011: Fairly Legal (USA) 2011: Masters of Survival (Discovery) 2011: Perfect Couples (NBC) 2010: Human Target (Fox) 2010: Meteorite Men (Science) 2009: Deliver Me: Home Edition (Discovery Health) 2009: The American Future: A History by Simon Schama (BBC America) 2008: Battle of the Bods (Fox Reality) 2008: Breaking Bad (AMC) 2007: The Secret Show (Nick Toons) 2004: Mad Mike and Mark (Animal Planet) 2003: Clone High USA (MTV) 2003: My Life Is a Sitcom (ABC Family) 2003: The Dream Team with Annabelle and Michael (Sci Fi) 2002: Down Low: Life in the D League (ESPN) 2000: You Lie Like a Dog (Animal Planet) 1999: The Mark Twain Prize for American Humor (Comedy Central) 1998: Dawson's Creek (WB) 1996: The Lazarus Man (Syn) 1993: Time Trax (Syn) 1992: The Dennis Miller Show (Syn) 1991: War in the Gulf 1990: Furniture on the Mend (PBS) 1989: Father Dowling Mysteries (NBC) 1985: MacGruder & Loud (ABC) 1984: Legmen (NBC) 1984: The Master (NBC) 1979: Salvage I (ABC) 1978: Fantasy Island (ABC) 1976: Popi (CBS) 1976: The Adams Chronicles (PBS) 1973: A Touch of Grace (ABC) 1973: Here We Go Again (ABC) 1971: The Smith Family (ABC) 1969: Liar's Club (Syn) 1966: The Baron (ABC) 1963: Alumni Fun (ABC) 1961: You're in the Picture (CBS) 1959: Alcoa Presents (ABC) 1958: Love That Jill (ABC) 1951: Sheilah Graham in Hollywood (NBC) 1951: The Faith Baldwin Playhouse (ABC) 1949: Hotel Broadway (Dumont)
These shows premiered on January 20:
2014: Klondike (Discovery) 2006: High School Musical (Disney) 2002: Double Teamed (Disney) 2002: President's Man: A Line in the Sand (CBS) 2001: Girl Thing, A (Showtime) 1997: Friends Till The End (NBC) 1997: Tell Me No Secrets (ABC) 1993: Blindsided (USA) 1992: Bed Of Lies (ABC) 1992: Drug Wars: The Cocaine Cartel (NBC) 1990: Bejeweled (Disney) 1986: Prince Of Bel Air (ABC)
These events first aired on TV on January 20:
2015: Dewey Crowe dies on Justified 1982: 'Sammy Jo' Dean and Steven Daniel Carrington are married on Dynasty
These events occurred on January 20:
2015: First broadcast by 'Justice Network.' 2004: First broadcast by ''Hallmark Movie Channel.'' 2001: First broadcast by KPWB-TV (channel 23; Ames, IA). 1961: First broadcast by CFCF-TV (channel 12; Montreal, QE, Canada). 1961: First President (John F. Kennedy) to deliver Inaugural Address in color on TV. 1953: First broadcast by WJTV-TV (channel 12; Jackson, MS). 1949: First President (Harry S. Truman) to deliver Inaugural Address on TV.