The Bones

Year of Production
Content Type
TV Channel
Target Age
50(min) 3Quantity Input


The skeletal remains of a Mexican refugee found at the U.S. border in the Arizona desert, the secretly buried remains of a middle-aged British woman uncovered in multiple fragments of bones, a young soldier who died in the Korean War some 70 years ago, and the remains of victims killed during the Gwangju Movement for Democracy, all tell a story.
'Bones' reveals the stories behind mysterious deaths and events around the globe with top scientists in forensic anthropology and touches the origin of humanity, bringing archaic humans back to life with fragments of bones.

Company Profile


Korea Educational Broadcasting System

EBS is Korea's educational content specialist broadcasting company. Currently, EBS operates eight channels including two terrestrial channels, one radio channel, three satellite education channels, one child channel and one channel for overseas Koreans. Terrestrial channels broadcast educational programs for infants and children, cultural and documentary programs for adults, VOD services through various Internet / mobile sites, and e-Learning content for each level.
Especially, EBS is a broadcasting company that makes world-class children's programs and documentaries beyond Korea. EBS science, history and nature documentaries are already recognized in the world market and are exported to North American and European broadcasters such as PBS, Smithsonian Channel in USA, France5, Arte and RAI in Europe.

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