TV News: Bones, CW, God, Petals

Fox has renewed its veteran procedural “Bones” for a tenth season. The renewal coincides with news of a move back to its old Monday time slot on March 10th.

The news of the renewal doesn’t say whether the tenth season will be the show’s last as Fox entertainment chairman Kevin Reilly indicated during this year’s TCA presentation. [Source: The Live Feed]

The CW
The CW has picked up to pilot its rumored spin-off “Supernatural: Tribes”, its “Arrow” spin-off “Flash,” and “Veronica Mars” creator Rob Thomas’ “iZombie”. [Source: The Live Feed]

Hand of God
Ron Perlman is set to star in a new online drama pilot “Hand of God” from Amazon Studios. Ben Watkins (“Burn Notice”) penned the pilot while Marc Forster (“World War Z”) directs.

Perlman plays Judge Harris Pernell, a corrupt and ruthless man who begins to believe that God is speaking to him through his comatose son. Filming is slated to begin in March. [Source: Digital Spy]

Petals on the Wind
Heather Graham and Ellen Burstyn are set to reprise their roles in the upcoming Lifetime telemovie “Petals on the Wind,” the sequel to the recent hit adaptation of V.C. Andrews’ “Flowers in the Attic.”

Dylan Bruce is also in talks to reprise the role of Bart Winslow. New actors will be found to play the adult Cathy and Chris as ‘Flowers’ actors Kiernan Shipka and Mason Dye are too young for the roles – events are set ten years after those in ‘Flowers’. [Source: The Wrap]