ABC has released a screener of the April 21 episode of 'Castle.' In the first of the final four episodes of season six, Castle and Beckett must replicate the 1970s to solve a murder.
The CASTLE cast will head back to work on July 8 for the promo photoshoot. And on the next day, the filming will start on sixth season. There are two major decisions looming for Detective Kate Beckett: The answer to Rick's question and the FBI job.
Castle's mid-season finale begins with a case that involves a mob doctor who Castle has a connection with and ends with what the showrunners promise is a "game changer" heading into the second half. "Bad Santa" airs Dec. 8, 2014 at 10 p.m. on ABC.
Newest Castle season will see two new cast additions. The season premiere is set for Sept. 21.
Here's a couple of latest spoilers from Entertainment Weekly and TV Line.
The first major casting announce has been made for the new season. Julian Sands from "The Wire" will be guesting as a Hamptons police officer who assists Beckett in the immediate aftermath of the season six finale. Another addition is Jon Lindstrom, whose most recent work includes "General Hospital."
TV Guide says whatever happened to Castle, it won't end with amnesia. Plus, what viewers can expect when the show returns in the fall.
Showrunner(s) David Amann and Andrew Marlowe open up on season seven's "new mythology" and what it means for the Castle and Beckett relationship in the wake of Castle's disappearance and the ramifications it holds for the couple as the season progresses.
Wetpaint.com is reporting that Jocko Sims (Crash and Jarhead) has signed on to play Matt Hendricks, a young and driven investigator on the task force that Beckett was invited to join.
Castle returns Nov. 10 with the episode many fans have been itching for since the series premiere or at least since the season six finale. And ABC isn't pulling any punches here, they're saying it loud and clear: Castle and Beckett are getting married and it's not in some alternate reality, either.