’24’ alum to guest on ‘Castle’

TVline.com is revealing that 24 veteran Glenn Morshower will guest in the second episode of CASTLE's sixth season.

GMMR: Showrunner(s) open up on new ‘Castle’ mythology

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.

Beckett goes undercover “In the Belly of the Beast”

Beckett will be undercover in the episode "In the Belly of the Beast" which is slated to air sometime in March.

Watershed previews

The season finale of CASTLE is finally here. And there's lot of things swirling around about what's going to happen with Beckett and Castle's relationship. There's lot of things to sort through so we're just gonna post the links and let you all decide for yourselves which ones you want to read.

Castings: Season 6 spoiler alert

Hardly seems like it's that time but we were just a little under two weeks away before principle photography is set to begin on the sixth season of CASTLE. And while some exterior shooting has already begun for the series, we are starting to get our first glimpses of the new season.

‘Young & the Restless’ star heading to Castle

A daytime soap bad boy is heading to Castle in an upcoming upset. Billy Miller of the Young and the Restless will play Mickey Gerhardt in episode four of Castle's sixth season.

Stephanie Weir to appear on ‘Castle’

Actress/Comedian Stephanie Weir will appear in Castle season eight.

Brolin drops by Castle

TV Guide talks with James Brolin about his return to ABC's Castle.

‘Castle’ adds ‘The Walking Dead’ alum to cast

Castle signs Walking dead alum to recurring role as a high-strung tech analyst with a troubled past.

First Look: Promo photo from “Need to Know” released

ABC releases a first look at the 12th's newest detective joining the precinct.



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