Castle returns with a change of city and jobs for Kate Beckett. After saying "yes," Beckett moved to D.C. where her job with the AG's office isn't going as well as she hoped.
In "Limelight," the investigation into a pop star diva's death takes a turn when the investigation reveals the victim was a decoy.
"Hollander's Woods" was a double-ending episode. It can serve as a soft season finale with no major issues to resolve in the premiere or as a series finale. It was a satisfying end the season. The strongest one since "Always" in season four.
In “Dressed to Kill,” a young woman’s murder sends Castle and Beckett into the world of cutthroat world of high-end fashion.
“And Justice for All…” is one of those Castle episodes that sends a clear message across: the United States is a melting pot whereby there’s a handful of people who exploit those in search of the American Dream.
Season 5 picks up on the proverbial morning after, with Castle and Beckett facing new questions — Was this a one-time fling, or are they now a couple?
Castle got off to a very strong start with "XY." The dual perspective of the episode an enticing entrance that will set off a season long arc, something the series sorely needed.
It's a frosty reunion for Captain Gates when the team's current case puts them on a collision path with the U.S. Attorney's office and Gates's sister, Elizabeth Weston.
After three week hiatus, Castle returned with the first solo offering Chad Creasey. The promo for this that followed “The Wrong Stuff” didn’t do this episode any favors because almost immediately, people were moaning and groaning.
"Smells Like Teen Spirit" is a trip down memory lane for Castle and for fans as the episode restores some of the magic lost this season.