”Child's Play" will probably be best described as the official start to season season seven where everyone has fallen into the normal routine. This episode is set up to be the standard Castle episode.
It moves quickly. It is beautifully filmed. For the most part, it is well-directed. It doesn’t seem far-out or ridiculous. It features an extraordinary performance by Stana Katic. It has stubble and sunburn. It has good guys acting like jerks.
As we draw closer to the seventh season premiere of Castle, here's a few options to connect with us at Castle Chronicles and also with other fans from around the world.
Scoop on the show's sixth episode poses a really big what if scenario for the characters. Fans should't be worried though, whatever the case is, it's a circumstance of the episode.
A little article on Castle's ratings going into the seventh season plus some comments on last season's ratings. There's a brief discussion on ratings in general.
As all Twitterdom leaps with joy at the very prospect of anything Castle-related continuing for years to come, the Jafars in the palace don’t see things quite as rosily.
When Castle is on its game, nothing is akin to it, with or without seven years of daily grind. It is different, so different that the television gods who determine the slots in which programs fit don’t really have a pigeonhole for this one. Good.
It's important to remember show history when thinking about the upcoming season. Getting pulled and sucked into the pre-season looks and teases often lead to disappointments because these new and bold directions peter out after a few episodes.
"Veritas" sets Beckett on a deadly collision course with Senator Bracken, the man responsible for her mother's death.
The possibility of a three week break shouldn't catch anyone off guard. The show has a history of odd hiatus breaks during the season.