After spending years providing viewers with exactly what they want—reruns of old sitcoms and plenty of Betty White—TV Land is now trying to transition into a more traditional network that tells people what they like and hopes the people agree. Show More Summary
The 93-year-old actress is the show's newest squintern.
If you watch TV, you’ve probably witnessed at least a few Betty White guest appearances, be they on 30 Rock, WWE’s Monday Night Raw, or most of the game shows ever invented. But if, for some strange reason, you watch Bones exclusively, you’ve been deprived of this delight for far too long. Show More Summary
Just yesterday, Betty White took to her Facebook page to share that she'd be joining Bones' upcoming 11th season.
Bones just landed a white hot new squintern Betty White will guest-star on the crime show as Dr. Beth Mayer, an expert who tries to help solve a murder linked to fantasy football See also: Betty White on lion-killing dentist: 'You don't want to hear some of the things I want to do to that man' "With a half century of work under her belt, Dr. Show More Summary
Bones has been changing up formats and adding new characters in order to keep things fresh. For the upcoming 11th season of the drama, Bones is adding a veteran actress in a pretty intriguing role. Betty White is joining Season 11 of Bones,Click To Continue Reading
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There’s a new squintern in town to join the forensic team at the Jeffersonian institute, and it’s none other than Betty White. The 93-year-old actress, who plays Elka Ostrovsky in the TV Land series Hot in Cleveland, just wrapped up filming of the show’s sixth season, so she has some spare time on her hands.... Show More Summary
The Jeffersonian is getting its newest squintern -- and its oldest! Fox announced Thursday that the legendary Betty White will be guest-starring on an episode of Bones this season. White, who's fresh off wrapping the final season of Hot in Cleveland, will play Dr. Beth Mayer, who assists Booth and... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Betty White Bones
TV's favorite grandma is coming to Bones. FOX has announced that Betty White is joining Bones, guest starring in an October episode. Betty will playing the newest "squintern" as Dr. Beth Mayer. She's the world's "most experienced anthropologist" who will assist Brennan and Booth in solving a murder linked with fantasy football.
Betty White is scrubbing in for Bones. The beloved TV star will play Dr. Beth Mayer in an upcoming season 11 episode of the hit Fox series. And get this: White's character is the...
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"You don't want to hear some of the things I want to do to that man"
Joanna Lumley has revealed the AbFab movie has a start date — and that she plans to use a wig to achieve Patsy’s famed blond beehive ‘do. “I usually use my own hair, and that’s usually for one show a week in front of an audience,” she told UK news program The Morning. “But when […]
In an interview with the Associated Press Thursday, the 93-year-old TV legend sounded off on the killing, which has sparked global outrage over the past few days.
"You don't want to hear some of the things I want to do to that man," said the 93-year-old actress while speaking to the Associated Press.
Betty White gave the Associated Press some feisty commentary when asked about her feelings on the news of the Minnesota dentist who killed Cecil the Lion after having the animal lured from protective lands in Zimbabwe earlier this month. Show More Summary
“You don’t want to hear some of the things I want to do to that man."