Castle and Beckett may be married at last. While the episode delivered on the promise of them getting married, the story overall felt a bit off if not the standard gimmicky that's becoming a norm for the show this season. Here's to hoping the writers don't try melodrama when it comes to wedded bliss.
When a famed relationship therapist is murdered, it appears that her access to the secrets of her elite and powerful clients led to her death.
Castle and Beckett enter the world of extreme sports when they investigate the murder of a rising skateboarding star.
A sniper on a killing spree is terrorizing New York City. With the clock ticking down to the next murder and nothing to go on except a killer with no apparent motive but to instill terror, this could prove the team's toughest case yet. The hunt is made even more complicated when Beckett begins to experience increasingly strong moments of PTSD - moments she tries hard to hide from Castle and the detectives.
A bleeding man stumbles into a church, but just before dying, he hands a mysterious bundle to the priest. When the bundle turns out to be a smiling baby boy, Castle and Beckett find themselves accidental nannies to the newborn.
The second half of Castle season eight kicks off the team investigating the death of an a capella singer.
There’s always a moment of hesitation when it comes to Rob Hanning. The guy who brought us “Still” and one-half of “Veritas” has proven him a champ at some episodes while providing us with some duds in the past.
Castle’s novel “Heat Wave” is being turned into a movie, and the Hollywood hottie cast as the movie’s lead shows up at Beckett’s invitation to better understand the character she’s going to play.
In "Room 147," multiple confessions to a murder make Castle and Beckett believe their case is more mysterious than meets the eye.
The strong start to the season continues with the exciting conclusion to "Valkyrie." The episode picks up immediately with Beckett telling Castle the bad news about being infected with the deadly toxin.