Bones" was a popular network procedural TV show that ran for 12 seasons and is still beloved by fans today.
The show's protagonist, Dr. Temperance Brennan, is based on real-life forensic anthropologist Kathy Reichs, who is one of only 110 certified experts in the field.
Dr. Reichs has had a globe-crossing career, working on cases and exhuming mass graves in places like Guatemala and Rwanda.
Like her fictional counterpart, Dr. Reichs has helped solve major murder cases, including working on the remains of victims of a serial killer and analyzing the skeletal evidence in the Caylee Anthony case.
Dr. Reichs is also an author, and interestingly, the fictional anthropologist in her own novels is named Kathy Reichs as well.
She was involved in the production of the TV show "Bones," writing episodes and even making a cameo appearance.
Dr. Reichs is still active in her field, working as a professor and continuing to write books in the Temperance Brennan series.
While there are similarities between Dr. Reichs and Dr. Brennan, their personal lives differ, but they share a similar sense of humor.
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