Bones Season 1
Dr. Temperance Brennan is a brilliant forensic antropologist who’s skills are highly valuable to the FBI and more specifically FBI agent Seely Booth who often uses her expertise to solve murder crimes. Together with her team, Brennan reconstructs bodies to find out how people got killed and while Booth interrogates the living to find the truth, Brennan does the same with the dead.
Sound and Vision:
The image and sound quality are as average as the series. Although we get pretty bright colors and some nice visual effects, there are some compression errors present that do spoil the fun a bit.
The sound is decent without being anything special.
- BONES – Inspired by the Life of Forensic Anthropologist & Author Kathy Reichs
- Character Profiles
- Audio Commentary
Bones is inspired by real-life forensic anthropologist Kathy Reichs and state-of-the-art criminal investigation procedures but unfortunately this doesn’t make for such a great series. I’m not saying Bones is total crap, but there are many better series out there. Think of it as just above “Numbers” and you’ll be pretty much in the right direction. The acting is average, the dialogues all but funny (though they try) and after hearing the doctor say “I do not know what that means” for the fifth time in two episodes, I had seen and heard just about enough. Bones tries to give a spin on the male/female buddy series like X-Files but sadly succeeds in being only a very bad copy. Even “The Lone Gunmen” are present in the form of Dr. Temperance ‘Bones’ Brennan’s team which makes it all the more sad… If you’re looking for an average crime-series with very stereotype characters and pretty simple plots, Bones is a good series to spend your time with