A Deadly Affair

Beckett hasn't heard from Castle since he left for the Hamptons months ago to finish writing his second Nikki Heat novel, "Naked Heat" (on sale September 28). The most Beckett, Ryan and Esposito have seen of Castle is a bookstore standee of him advertising an upcoming book signing. So when Beckett and her team burst into a shadowy apartment on the trail of a murderer, the last thing they expect to see is the real-life Castle standing over a dead woman's body holding a gun! As Castle protests his innocence, Beckett has no choice but to arrest him on suspicion of murder.

New detective added for recurring role

Matt's Inside Line has the latest scoop for CASTLE's sixth season. Looks like there will be a detective joining the ranks of the 12th Precinct.

Cops and Robbers

When Castle and Martha are taken hostage by a crew of bank robbers dressed in hospital scrubs and using classic television doctor names (Trapper John M.D., Dr. Huxtable, Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman and Dr. Doogie Howser), Beckett finds herself on the outside, desperately trying to rescue them -- which proves to be even more difficult with a by-the-book hostage negotiator (guest star Dean Norris, "Breaking Bad") watching her every move. Castle becomes the de facto leader of the hostages, which includes Barry Livingston ("My Three Sons"), and discovers that the robbery is actually a skillfully orchestrated distraction for an even more sinister plan. But with Castle stuck on the inside and Beckett on the outside, will either be able to foil the bank robbers' plans before it is too late?

Pandora – Press Release

In the first episode of a two-part "Castle" event, Castle and Beckett pursue a ruthless killer who, they discover, is part of a sinister, international conspiracy. Castle and Beckett are joined on the case by Sophia Conrad (guest star Jennifer Beals, "The Chicago Code," "Flashdance"), a smart, sexy CIA operative who has a complicated past with Castle. Josh Stamberg, ("Drop Dead Diva") also guest stars as Martin Danberg, an intelligence officer.

Ratings for “Death Wish ” plus episode discussion

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.

Press Release: Deep Cover

In "Deep Cover" the teams investigates the death of a video store clerk with a secret past; the investigation takes a turn when a key person of interest turns out to be Castle's father.

Ratings for “Driven” plus predict what “Montreal” will get

Castle finished second for the night in its seventh season return. It finished with a 2.2 in the key demo and won the night in viewers.

Back home again with “Child’s Play”

”Child's Play" will probably be best described as the official start to season season seven where everyone has fallen into the normal routine. This episode is set up to be the standard Castle episode.

The Lives of Others – Press Release

"The Lives of Others" -- In the show's 100th episode, Castle finds himself in the unfortunate position of NOT being able to work a case. While he's holed up in the loft with a broken leg, Beckett goes off to investigate the death of an IRS agent without him, leaving Castle miserable and bored. But when he thinks he witnesses the murder of a young woman in the apartment across the street, he is thrown into a "Rear Window"-esque murder mystery that hits much too close to home.

‘Castle’ up 11% in key demo

Castle was up 11% both from the previous week and for the year with “Get a Clue.” The ABC series saw a 2.1 in the key demo with 10.69 million viewers.

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