After two weeks away, Castle's back to investigate a supernatural killer in “Scared to Death." With a nod to the horror genre, the team proceeds to crack a case that leads them from spooky motels to insane asylums.
Post-Avengers, Joss Whedon wanted to do something small, and so he got his friends together and filmed an adaptation of William Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing. It's been playing festivals, and it will be at SXSW this week, but it won't hit theaters until June 21 in a limited release. But now there's a trailer.
Castle takes us to Paris to conclude the two-parter involving the kidnapping of Alexis in "Hunt." While tracking down her whereabouts, Castle's unaware that someone's following him. He gets a helping hand from a man he never expected to meet --his father.
Castle kept us on the edge of our seats in “Target,” the first portion of a two-part story. While investigating the kidnapping of a foreign dignitary, Castle and Beckett discover Alexis has been kidnapped as well. Can they find the girls before it's too late?
In Castle's “Reality Star Struck,” the team investigates the backstabbing murder of a reality TV star. Meanwhile, Castle encounters problems at the office, while trying to give Beckett a Valentine's Day gift. Will he accidentally ruin their relationship? Or worse, their partnership?
In “Recoil,” the latest investigation leads the team to long-time enemy Senator Bracken. On this week's Castle, Beckett gets the chance to bring her mother's murderer to justice. Will she be able to prove his guilt? How far will she go for revenge?
When an adult video franchise founder is murdered on Castle, the team has a case of “Death Gone Crazy.” How will they narrow down suspects from a list of college girls, fathers and husbands? Meanwhile, Castle is concerned that Alexis' video blog reveals too many details about her life.
Everyone seems to be “Under the Influence” on Castle when the team investigates the death of a popular DJ. Is this a case of jealousy between musicians? A deal gone wrong? Castle and Beckett must sift through pantsless party-goers, record producers, and a seemingly uninvolved teenager to find out.
This week's Castle is all about exes and "Significant Others." Castle's ex-wife Meredith is staying at his loft the same time as Beckett. While the team investigates the murder of a divorce lawyer and disappearance of a woman, he worries about the possible disappearance of a woman in his own life.
This week on Castle, the team investigates the death of Kris Kringle in “Secret Santa.” They find a bearded man in a red suit in Central Park, which leads them to explore both the naughty and nice aspects of his life. Meanwhile, the team makes their Christmas Eve plans. What will Beckett and Castle do for the big day?
On Castle, Caskett brings their parents together in "After Hours." Following a string of bad luck, they're forced to take a witness on the run. Will they be driven away from each other or will the incident bring them closer?
This week, Castle investigates the murder of a rock musician documentary-style in “Swan Song.” Castle and Beckett's crime-solving partnership is highlighted, but everyone wants some screen-time for themselves. How will Beckett and Castle keep their secret from the cameras?
Castle takes murder to a sci-fi convention in “The Final Frontier.” When fans, celebrities and a slew of costumed visitors are suspects, how will they solve their case? Maybe focusing on laser gun owners will help.
This week, Castle took an unexpected turn in “Probable Cause.” When all the evidence for a brutal murder leads straight to Castle, the real victim might be the Caskett relationship. Will Beckett follow the facts or follow her heart?
This week, Castle takes us to the Hamptons with “Murder He Wrote.” Will a victim’s death in Castle’s own backyard ruin his and Beckett's vacation? Or will it bring the two of them closer? Plus, Ryan and Esposito are still on the hunt to find Beckett's mystery man.
When the death of a young woman leads the Castle team to a storage unit, we delve into a world of secrets, storage wars, and Manhattan socialites. “Secret's Safe With Me,” explores what kind of info is worth killing to protect.
Castle's "Cloudy With a Chance of Murder" is all about Beckett's first day back on the job. Surveying the aftermath of a meteorologist's murder makes her think twice about her love life. Can Beckett and Castle keep their relationship under wraps from a room full of detectives?
Castle is back with its season premiere, "After the Storm." Following four years of working together, Castle and Beckett are finally dating. Also, her and Esposito may be suspended from the NYPD, but that doesn't stop them from solving cases. Find out why we were taken by storm in our review!
It seems like a version of musical chairs is going on over at the videogame adventure adaptation of Uncharted: Drake's Fortune, with new writers called in and another director departing. Director Neil Burger has left the project behind, with a plan to direct Summit Entertainment's Divergent instead. Read on for more.
After a body is found in a pizza oven, the team on “Castle” discover the victim is not a restaurant worker--but a reporter! Was his story "Pizza Wars" enough to get this reporter killed or was it something much deeper? Find out more in our review…