Hayley helps an old pal, but this favor gets her in trouble, linking her to a murder and a cyber-terror attack. She then needs help herself, so Castle and Beckett attempt to clear her name.
Castle is now in its second of a seven episode run to the finale for the season. And it built upon last week's raw numbers.
The murder of a man connected to smuggling Turkish relics sends Castle, Beckett and the 12th Precinct on a search for a stolen antique believed to be Aladdin’s lamp, in hopes that it can lead them to the killer.
Castle was pre-empted in Chicago for Cubs baseball on ABC 7, so the early numbers (which matched the season premiere high of 1.2) was adjusted down in the finals. For the night, the show ended on a seasonal average of 1.1 with 6.372 million viewers.
A clue at the scene of the death of an armored-car driver leads Beckett and Castle back to an old case solved by Esposito. But complications arise when they learn that Esposito might not have been telling them everything about his past with the culprit.
When a recruit officer at the NYPD Academy is killed, Beckett and the team go back to their old training ground to investigate. Meanwhile, Castle must reckon with a decision with profound consequences for him and Beckett.
Castle returns with Beckett and the team heading back to the NYPD Academy after a recruit is murdered in "Fidelis Ad Mortem."
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Castle returns to the City of Angels in search of answers about his missing time. But things take a deadly turn when he’s recruited by the legendary Greatest Detective Society to help solve a murder.
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