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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

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  • 2015:  Dewey Crowe dies on Justified
  • 1982:  'Sammy Jo' Dean and Steven Daniel Carrington are married on Dynasty

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  • 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.

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