Deschanel and Boreanaz served as co-producers at the start of the show's third season, before becoming producers in the middle of the show's fourth season.
Deschanel, with Alyson Hannigan, Jaime King, Minka Kelly, and Katharine Mc Phee made a video slumber party featured on Funnyor to promote regular breast cancer screenings for the organization Stand Up 2 Cancer.
Bones actress, Emily Deschanel, has confirmed she is expecting her first child with her actor and writer husband, David Hornsby.
Emily’s younger sister, Your Highness star Zooey Deschanel, was overjoyed to share her sister’s exciting news.
Additionally, Emily's costar from Bones, David Boreanaz, brought his wife and son to the evening ceremony in LA.
The gang reunited yesterday for a celebratory brunch — click through to see photos from Emily's big weekend!
On board: Apparently, there was originally some doubt as to whether a final season would materialize, as both star's contracts were set to expire at the end of season 11.
In 1994, Deschanel made her feature film debut in the romantic comedy-drama It Could Happen to You.
Former Buffy, The Vampire Slayer actor David Boreanaz has admitted cheating on his wife.
The actor, currently starring in Sky1 crime drama Bones, decided to come clean over his infidelity to his wife Jaime Bergman after a former mistress threatened to sell her story.
Emily’s publicist has today confirmed the star's pregnancy with the Daily Mail Online and says the baby is due towards the end of the year.
Father-to-be, David, is best known for his role as Rickety Cricket in FX's It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and has also starred in blockbusters such as Pearl Harbour and the Minority Report.
The series ran for 12 seasons from September 13, 2005 to March 28, 2017.