It’s been a busy few months for the hit series Bones.
On March 25, Netflix announced it would be releasing season three of the hit sci-fi series on March 30.
Then on April 3, Bones star Carrie-Anne Moss was spotted leaving the show’s set.
On Tuesday, The Hollywood Reporter reported that Bones 3 will be released on Netflix on April 13.
The series will feature new characters from the series, and will feature a new musical score.
Here’s what you need now: Bones TV Series: The new series will be set in a world where the human race is being wiped out by a virus called the CRI.
Bones’ new cast includes new actress, writer, producer and star Kumail Nanjiani, who played Matt Cope in season two of the original series, who will play a young man who is suddenly diagnosed with the virus.
(He’s still being treated, though.)
Season three will also feature a brand-new musical score by the award-winning composer James L. Brooks, who also wrote for the show.
The show will feature more original episodes than ever before, with the first four episodes available to stream for free on Netflix and iTunes.
There will also be a free digital season pass, which includes access to a number of extras from the season three premiere and a special bonus episode from the original show.
Bones 3 stars Bones alum Kumail and veteran Bones actor Carrie-Ann Moss, and is written by Bones creator Adam Horowitz and stars Bones actress Misha Collins, Bones actress Amber Benson, Bones veteran Chris Hardwick, Bones’ executive producer Michael Gross, and Bones veteran Lisa Joy.
Watch the trailer for the series below.
Bones TV: The series also stars Matt Coombs, a retired FBI agent who is now an expert in the world of CRI, as a young scientist working with a virus expert named Dr. Steven.
They will have their first real meeting when he accidentally puts a new strain on a patient.
(The new strain of the virus is called “Dysfluenza” and was found to have similar symptoms to the one Cope had in season one.)
It will be revealed during the season finale that Dr. Stevens is the one who first developed the virus, and that Cope, who was an FBI agent at the time, is the person who brought the virus to the world.
(Cope also helped the FBI recover a cache of a “suspect”‘s DNA, which was discovered by a CRI researcher named Dr, Dinesh Kumar.)
But Cope and his team of scientists, who are now working to discover a cure for the virus that has been spreading among the humans, must work together with an older scientist named Dr C.A.R.T., who was working at the same time as Cope at the FBI.
C. A. R. T. is a man with an uncanny ability to create a virus.
He has the ability to take a person’s DNA and clone it, a genetic tool known as “coding.”
But C. T is also a scientist who has the gift of empathy.
He is also very skilled at detecting the subtle changes in a person.
He can sense the difference between an innocent person and a criminal who is infected with the C.C. virus.
R.”t has a very powerful ability to see the difference.
But in his work, he has a side that he’s not always willing to reveal to the public, or to his colleagues.
He knows that they are capable of understanding him, and he has the capacity to help them in their time of need.
C., meanwhile, has an instinctual desire to protect others.
But C.”s greatest strength is his sense of self.
He’s very vulnerable, and very scared of his own shadow.
When he’s in the lab, he doesn’t have a very clear view of the world around him, or of what’s really going on in his own world.
So he will have to learn to protect himself.
He will have his own ways of dealing with the situation.
In the finale, it will be shown that C.T. is the real deal.
The new season will be directed by the same veteran filmmaker, Chris Weitz (Gravity) who directed seasons one and two of The Walking Dead.