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.
"Need to Know" wasn't as great as some made it out be. There were some great moments, yes. But once again, the plot fell victim to poor writing.
In "Limelight," the investigation into a pop star diva's death takes a turn when the investigation reveals the victim was a decoy.
Castle and Beckett enter the world of extreme sports when they investigate the murder of a rising skateboarding star.
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 "Number One Fan" Castle negotiates with a troubled murder suspect who claims she's innocent.
How do you jog the memory of a former mobster to find who killed his boss? You make like it's 1978 and boogie. Castle and Beckett done polyester and laced up the platform shoes to solve a murder mystery.
In "Get a Clue," Castle and Beckett investigatin the ritualistic murder of an accountant and learn there's more than meets the eye to her death.
In “Dressed to Kill,” a young woman’s murder sends Castle and Beckett into the world of cutthroat world of high-end fashion.
The murder of a young video store clerk takes a strange turn when the team discovers his past history as a high-level hacker.