I've also read about repeated clashes between Fillion and Katic and perhaps its why this series was ended so quickly. They must be good actors to hide their antipathy
I think I would have liked Bones better if they had shown it at more reasonable times and those long ads between were pain to watch at late night
I hope they will repeat it at more reasinable time.
For some years Bones was on rerun on Fox Netherlands, predominantly in the weekends around 8 o'clock in the evening. Not always practical for me, as it was around the same time I came home after visiting my parents of even later if I was out on a event in the weekend. Also in the end they did a weird thing with the serie orders. F.e. they showed series 9, subsequently going to series 11 or 12 and then later on going back to series 10. Nowadays Bones is still in rerun, but irregular and late at night. I one time found a site where I could watch all episodes (no translation). Unfortunately a lot of weird and such pop ups and adverts these days, it was less before on this site. Now and then I am looking some episodes via my tablet.
Don't known why, but Castle never got me into it.
But yeah, I think I have other weird preference. I like Airwolf (only the first 3 seasons), even as it is very very cheesy to today's standards. And I have the DVDs of the first 3 seasons of the Australian series McLeod's daughters. My favorite part of the series, as for me it stopped being good after the death of one of the main charachters (Claire)
Fox Estonia showed Bones but their times usually matched news time, so I tended to watch news. When it was rerun, then they also didn't bother to show them in order which I found annoying.
I also remember watching McLeod's daughters and thought that killing off one the main character was big turn off. Same with Comissar Rex. And Midsomer Murders lost its appeal when John Nettles left it.
I never followed Midsummer murders, so I wouldn't know.
Personally I could swallow the main charachter change in Comissar Rex, but heck after a couple of season I wasn't a true follower/watcher of the series anymore.
My mother is, as my father often jokes about, is fond of those old series from around the '80s. Especially the A-team. The rest of the family has had it with most of those series, and it is her not so secret guilty pleasure. And ok, when being a teenager I have seen Santa Barbara, The Bold & the beautiful, Murder she wrote, Father Dowling, Comissar Rex etc. with her.
It was BTW only later that I discovered the A-team started with another 'Face'. In the pilot Face was played by Timothy P. Dunigan, who was later replaced by Dirk Benedict.