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Mar 09, 2009 - May 16, 2016




Drama / Crime




Castle - Nathan FillionDt. Beckett - Stana KaticMartha - Susan SullivanRoy - Ruben Santiago-HudsonAlexis - Molly QuinnDt. Esposito - Jon HuertasDr. Parish - Tamala JonesDt. Ryan - Seamus Dever

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Richard Castle is a well known murder-mystery author who discovers that a murderer is killing people in the same fashions as described in his books.

Castle has just killed off his main character, however it appears as if one of his fans liked his books a bit too much when the murders are linked back to his novels. After questioning by police, Richard Castle joins forces with Detective Kate Beckett to solve the case.

Finding inspiration from his new partner, he starts to shadow her investigations, where he offers his knowledge to assist in solving other murders in New York City.

Comments (81)

R, Private Detective
10/11/19 at 11:06am

My favorite quote from ALL the nine-season Castle episodes this one featuring Adam Baldwin as Detective Slaughter, whereas Slaughter tells Castle: "Man needs a friend he gets a dog! A woman like that, you storm the beaches or die trying!" (Slaughter referring to Detective Kate Beckett).
05/08/17 at 12:33pm

Since the series end, People magazine ran an article (post-series) fueling speculation that Stana Katic and Nathan Fillion were constantly at one anothers' throats throughout the entire run of the show. How is this even possible to conceal from fans and critics alike? Even The National Enquirer would have smelled something long before this (and I'm not one to take them seriously).
11/23/16 at 08:15am

I loved the show and the passionate chemistry between Kate and Castle. I was looking forward to seeing their life continue as husband and wife. This show will be greatly missed.
11/08/16 at 02:52pm

I have really loved watching this show. I know there have been some shows that were duds, Kate as an agent; but I am sorry to see it go. Maybe Mr. Fillion can find a good vehicle to make even better. The last season was not the best. LokSat was a bust storyline, but this show was better on it's bad days than any reality show could ever be. I think the networks need to find some talented writer!!!!!!!!
10/15/16 at 00:52am

Love Castle it was a off the seat drama mystery and I always looked foward to seeing them every week wish it wasn't the last time it was a great cop show
08/03/16 at 08:16am

I will miss this one. Any more like this coming up?
05/26/16 at 06:32pm

Was a really good show. It had run it's course. Thank you for the great ending.
05/24/16 at 02:16pm

There are to many "reality shows" on the tube to lose "Castle". Good watchable shows, that don't have a laugh track or drawn are few and far between. The Networks wonder why people who actually use their brains keep finding better shows else where. I, and I'm sure others, feel the loss of a great show and hope we don't get another "Celib Anything Show". As Forrest Gump said "Stupid is as stupid does.
05/24/16 at 01:17pm

This is why I stopped watching castle at season seven. It was the perfect ending. Season eight was really unnecessary esp since they ended up cancelling it. Anyone who wants to watch castle, go for it. It's the best show ever but just stop watching at season seven that way the season remains perfect.
05/23/16 at 04:45pm

The ending with Beckett and Castle "dying" was probably meant to be a cliffhanger to be continued in the next season when they will be rescued... except that there'll be no more next season. The news so sudden, they didn't have the time to rewrite the episode except for tagging on a happy ever after ending, and that is really sad.
I didn't care for the LokSat theme, even the name makes no sense. The British character didn't add much, I found her annoying. I missed Castle the novelist who charms Beckett, it was a lot of fun to watch the dynamics. Not so much when he turned into a PI. Still I wish the show would go on.

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