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You know things are serious in "Castle" when the mystery writer faces death -- possibly at the hands of al-Qaeda terrorists. That's just what happens in "Dreamworld." But does Castle die before the episode ends?
Does Castle die?
That's not a huge shock, of course. You don't typically kill off the central character in a successful TV show only two episodes into a new season. But you have to give "Castle" credit for taking the potential for Rick's death awfully far.
It really doesn't sound great for Castle throughout most of the episode. He has only hours to live. Yes, the man is basically fit and healthy until about an hour before he drops dead, but it's still tension-inducing. Despite lying to Martha and Alexis, the ladies are deathly worried. They're right to be.
But seriously, they're not going to kill off Castle right now.
Off to Dreamworld!
He arrived knowing nothing of himself.
Who is he? Soon he will know.
Because what begins at the water shall end there and what ends there shall once more begin.
This is what happens. Men become lost. Men vanish.
Men are erased… and reborn.
Soon He Will Know
Soon He Will
Sw? Star Wars!
I, of course, am kidding. Check out the teaser cryptically tweeted from the @bad_robot twitter account:
One of my higher ups at this site says this could be for the film adaptation of Stephen King’s 11/22/63, about a man who travels back in time to try and prevent JFK’s assassination. But that combined with what we all just saw doesn’t make a lot of sense to me.
If Cloverfield is any indication, this could be an original property.
Or – F*ck It! – if we’re making pie-in-the-sky calls, I’d be »
The "Castle" cast for Season 6 is still growing.
A rep for ABC has confirmed that Joshua Bitton has will have a multi-episode arc in Season 6 as Grant “Sully” Sullivan, a new detective trying to prove himself at the 12th Precinct, as first reported by TVLine.
Bitton, who's appeared on "Private Practice," "Justified" and many more primetime hits, joins a long list of new faces in the expanding "Castle" cast: Former soap star Antonio Sabato Jr. will play Ramon Russo, an actor best known for his role on the fictional "Saved By The Bell"-esque '90s sitcom "2 Cool For School"; Yancey Arias will appear in the first two episodes of Season 6 as Carl Villante, the head of an elite investigative unit who butts heads with both Beckett (Stana Katic) and Castle (Nathan Fillion); "24" alum Glenn Morshower will play Michael Reed, a former general who's determined to protect the secrets of »
- Jaimie Etkin
"Castle" Season 6 is still many weeks away, but news of upcoming episodes has begun to leak out. In addition to guest-star Lisa Edelstein ("House"), another guest plus an episode plot -- involving "Saved by the Bell"? -- have been revealed.
A troublesome reporter?
In episode 2 of the new season, Warren Christie will appear in the role of a reporter named Brad Parker, according to EW.com. Since Christie's character is described as being interested in uncovering scandals that might affect national security, does that mean that Beckett (Stana Katic) will be taking that new job in DC after all?
"Saved by the Bell: The Murder Mystery"?
In an episode airing early in the upcoming season, »
The cast of Season 6 of "Castle" is growing!
The ABC hit has added former "24" star Glenn Morshower for the second episode of the new season, TV Guide reports. The actor -- who recurred on the Keifer Sutherland drama as secret service agent Aaron Pierce -- will play Michael Reed, a former general who's determined to protect the secrets of his past.
And he's not alone: "Alphas" alum Warren Christie is also set to appear in the second episode of "Castle" Season 6 as Brad Parker, a reporter with "a penchant for uncovering stories that are detrimental to national security," Entertainment Weekly reports.
It was previously reported that "House" alumna Lisa Edelstein will have a multi-episode arc on "Castle" Season 6 as Rachel McCord, "a tough and highly-skilled Federal Investigator whose appearance plays a vital role in Beckett’s decisions about her future," according to TVLine.
Beckett (Stana Katic) certainly needs all the »
- Jaimie Etkin
Morshower meanwhile guest-stars in the same episode as Michael Reed, a former general who’s fighting to keep under wraps some secrets from his past, TVGuide.com reports. »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
Warren Christie won’t need special powers for his upcoming role on Castle, but they’d probably come in handy.
Christie, who last starred as hyperkinetic Cameron Hicks on Syfy’s Alphas, is set to guest star on the second episode of Castle’s upcoming sixth season. He will play Brad Parker, a reporter with a penchant for uncovering stories that are deterimental to national security.
Castle, which will also welcome guest star Lisa Edelstein this season, returns for new episodes Sept. »
- Sandra Gonzalez
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