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Castle (2009)

Comedy | Drama 
Rayting:   8.1/10 146K votes
Country: USA
Language: English

After a serial killer imitates the plots of his novels, successful mystery novelist Richard "Rick" Castle receives permission from the Mayor of New York City to tag along with an NYPD homicide investigation team for research purposes.

Episode Guide

Season 8

May 16, 2016Episode 22 Crossfire
April 25, 2016Episode 19 Dead Again
April 18, 2016Episode 18 Backstabber
April 11, 2016Episode 17 Death Wish
March 7, 2016Episode 14 The G.D.S.
February 22, 2016Episode 12 The Blame Game
February 15, 2016Episode 11 Dead Red
February 8, 2016Episode 9 Tone Death
November 23, 2015Episode 8 Mr. & Mrs. Castle
November 16, 2015Episode 7 The Last Seduction
November 9, 2015Episode 6 Cool Boys
October 19, 2015Episode 5 The Nose
October 5, 2015Episode 3 PhDead
September 28, 2015Episode 2 XX (2)
September 21, 2015Episode 1 XY (1)

Season 7

Season 6

Season 5

Season 4

Season 3

Season 2

Season 1

Best Castle Episodes

Top 20 (Ranked)

May 7, 2012star9.5 2480 votesS4E23 Always
February 25, 2013star9.4 1872 votesS5E16 Hunt (2)
May 16, 2011star9.4 1862 votesS3E24 Knockout
October 29, 2012star9.3 1653 votesS5E5 Probable Cause
February 18, 2013star9.3 1614 votesS5E15 Target (1)
April 1, 2013star9.3 1532 votesS5E19 The Lives of Others
February 16, 2015star9.3 1361 votesS7E15 Reckoning (2)
May 5, 2014star9.3 1312 votesS6E22 Veritas
September 24, 2012star9.2 1836 votesS5E1 After the Storm
January 24, 2011star9.2 1524 votesS3E13 Knockdown
March 22, 2010star9.2 1523 votesS2E17 Tick, Tick, Tick... (1)
October 31, 2011star9.2 1509 votesS4E7 Cops & Robbers
February 9, 2015star9.2 1240 votesS7E14 Resurrection (1)
March 29, 2010star9.1 1424 votesS2E18 Boom! (2)
November 18, 2013star9.1 1261 votesS6E9 Disciple
February 6, 2012star9.0 1703 votesS4E14 The Blue Butterfly
October 21, 2013star9.0 1391 votesS6E5 Time Will Tell
October 15, 2012star9.0 1359 votesS5E4 Murder, He Wrote
February 28, 2011star9.0 1283 votesS3E17 Countdown (2)
November 5, 2012star8.9 1522 votesS5E6 The Final Frontier

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User Reviews

harris-12 4 April 2009

Watchseries; While the plots may be a bit contrived, the main effort is the dialog and tension between the two main characters, i.e. the Writer and the Detective. This is a reminder of Gable and Russel, or any number of 1930's great couples in the movies when the lack of color images was lacking but the colorful dialog was what made the movies worth watching. It's called Chemistry and these characters are definitely full of it.

Now this week with Beckett turning the tables on Castle we are beginning a turn in the energy dynamic. Can't wait to see where the writers go with this one

harris-12 4 April 2009

While the plots may be a bit contrived, the main effort is the dialog and tension between the two main characters, i.e. the Writer and the Detective. This is a reminder of Gable and Russel, or any number of 1930's great couples in the movies when the lack of color images was lacking but the colorful dialog was what made the movies worth watching. It's called Chemistry and these characters are definitely full of it.

Now this week with Beckett turning the tables on Castle we are beginning a turn in the energy dynamic. Can't wait to see where the writers go with this one

DiCaprio-HardyFan 1 September 2020

Castle watchseries. Castle is still one of my favorite police procedural shows today and God knows there are plenty to choose from. It has a perfect blend of comedy, action and drama! It's just a flat out fun show! Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic are both perfect as Richard Castle and Kate Beckett!

cchase 26 March 2009

Oh, yeah, we've seen this one before....Irresistible-force-meets-immovable object. Opposites attract. Oil and water. Fire and ice...you know the drill. The problem is that when you have a pairing that mixes snappy patter and grudgingly mutual admiration with just a touch of sexual tension, the recipe is only going to be as good as the charisma of the two leads involved, whether it's a sitcom, dramedy or police procedural.

CASTLE wants to be a mix of all three, and fortunately one of the most valuable weapons in its arsenal is the rakish charm of its featured lead actor, former FIREFLY star Nathan Fillion. I can count the number of actors on one hand who can pull off the "charming rascal" vibe in a way that never gets old, and Nathan can do those guys in his sleep. (And probably has.)

But he also knows how to modulate them as the occasion warrants, and where in his former role as Captain Mal Reynolds he could definitely play the bad-ass card when needed, here as womanizing bad-boy, party animal and bestselling novelist Rick Castle, he's a whole lot less serious. Bored with the cop character who has been his bread-and-butter for a string of chart-busting crime thrillers, Rick has decided in his latest tome to blow his hero's brains out, thus making a continuance of the series a little difficult to say the least. It wouldn't be a problem if the laid-back Lothario weren't suddenly faced with a major case of writer's block. But inspiration is coming in the most fortuitous if unlikely of ways.

A serial killer has decided to rehash some of the more gruesome deaths from Castle's earlier novels, and it's up to the very attractive (of course!) and no-nonsense detective Kate Beckett (newcomer Stana Katic) to crack the case...which of course will require the assistance of a certain writer of whose books Detective Beckett is a closet fan. But a fan of smart-alecky guys who like to make very unsubtle passes at her? Not so much. Let the games and one-upmanship begin!

At first blush, you could easily accuse CASTLE of trying too hard, especially since matched with the seasoned experience of Fillion, the jury was out on Katic's ability to keep up with him in the first few episodes (at least it was for me.) And to enhance its credibility, the pilot even threw in some heavy hitters in guest cameos - James Patterson, no stranger himself to the crime fiction genre, and Stephen J. Cannell, who used to crank out pilots for series just like CASTLE over breakfast.

But creator Andrew Marlowe left nothing to chance with this one, knowing full well that no matter how great a character is, he's nothing without a good backstory and some fascinating support players. Here these come in the form of Rick Castle's teenage daughter, Alexis (Molly C. Quinn), whom of course is the real 'adult' in their relationship - probably her way of rebelling against her lovable father who nevertheless lives the lifestyle of a guy half his age, and their temporary roommate who also happens to be his mother, former stage and screen star Martha Rodgers (Susan Sullivan in a turn that makes Shirley MacLaine in POSTCARDS FROM THE EDGE look like a dowdy matron). Once you meet Martha, suddenly Rick's personality makes perfect sense.

As with any new series, this one will take some time to really settle into the groove it needs to capture a wider audience, but with the growing ease of the push-and-pull relationship between Fillion and Katic's characters, it could v

kmcquee1 19 March 2009

As a dedicated Nathan Fillion fan I had to watch this show to support my favorite actor, but a few minutes into the pilot I knew I was in. Not only was Fillion perfect for his role as Rick Castle, but the rest of the cast fits together like a strange, yet very close family. By the end of the episode I was hooked. This show has it all, mystery, intrigue, comedy and relationships, beyond romance. It is relieving to have a show that is not only about the two main characters relationship, but also the daughter and mother and their corky relation to Castle. This show is a perfect ten! Here's hoping it has a longer run than Fillion's other work!!!

PHeath60 15 March 2009

For anyone of the "Firefly" persuasion, you are in for a treat! ABC realized what a gem they had in Nathan Fillion when he did his guest stint on Desperate Housewives, and they quickly got their act together and gave him a series! In other words, Nathan is back!! :) This series has a great start to it, with a strong ensemble cast that brings out a great multi-dimensional quality to the show. It is clever, and sarcastic humor reigns. The plot of the pilot was your typical Crime Investigation approach, but it is the delivery of this fine cast that breaks it apart from other shows. With that being said, I hope that they do develop the story lines a bit better in the future, but no matter what happens, this show is a joy to watch simply because of the cast...especially Nathan Fillion. This character is very much like Mal Reynolds in Firefly, and that is what brought me to this show. The rest of the cast and the great delivery is what will keep me with this show!! Well done ABC!!

ninajdstj2000 4 April 2009

This is the best new show this season! I enjoy the Mentalist but Castle is even better. The chemistry between Castle and Beckett is off the charts. I love it. This is coming from a die-hard CSI: Miami fan. CSI: Miami has lost its way showing the same boring story lines and turning into a soap opera. Castle is funny, serious, and smart all rolled into one. Please ABC bring this show back for another season. It will break my heart if they do not. I e-mailed ABC with my opinion so hopefully that will help. I already pre-ordered season one on DVD so that shows how much I love this show. I was never a fan of Nathon Fillion before but I am now. I even went out and bought Waitress just I could watch him. Is it Monday yet?

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