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Speaking with Michael Ausiello at TVLine’s Comic-Con studio presented by Zte — where he and Alan Tudyk were promoting Con Man, their web series about a sci-fi actor’s adventures on the convention circuit — Fillion questioned if there was any way to have a “proper send-off” (versus down-to-the-wire cancellation) for a series, after eight years.
“[I’ve worked] with amazing people that I love so very, very much… »
So many beloved long-running and new shows got the axe this may that we at TVLine are still in mourning. On the other hand, we’re also looking forward to seeing what the future holds for the stars of our cancelled faves.
Related2016 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?
With a bevy of talented actors now free agents, we’ve cooked up new roles for familiar faces from The Grinder, Nashville, Galavant, Hannibal and other defunct series. (Cable shows weren’t safe from cancellation, either, so we’ve got you covered, »
Do you like everyone you've ever worked with? Even the most chilled-out people butt heads with others sometimes. That tension only gets worse if you're forced to spend a ton of time together while filming. No, not all co-stars are friendly all the time, even if they play two peas in the proverbial pod on TV.
The real-life tiffs between actors can be difficult for fans to digest. As much as you worship the stars of your favorite shows, you also want to believe that some of the relationships playing out on screen are equally poignant and close behind the scenes. These six sets of feuding television cast-mates prove that the stars really are like regular people: Sometimes, they just can't get along.
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- Sage Young
Castle has ended for good with a season 8 finale that doesn't do justice to the strength of this show's actors, or its fans' love...
This review contains spoilers.
I’ve tried. I’ve tried really hard. I’ve watched and rewatched, and there’s only one conclusion: Crossfire is downright insulting to the Castle audience.
As I suggested last week, I’m not exactly surprised by this. The series finale doesn’t just conclude the show, but brings to end one of the most excruciating seasons ever of a show that I otherwise liked. It’s not that I haven’t always had my problems with Castle. I have. But I’ve been a fan of Nathan’s since his short stint on Buffy, where he played, the Gentlemen from Hush aside, the only truly frightening villain the show ever had. And so I’ve followed him, »
ABC may have cancelled Castle, starring Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic, but the story continues, at least in print. According to The Hollywood Reporter, two new Nikki Heat novels, by "Richard Castle," are about to storm your castle's bookshelves.
High Heat, to be published October 25, 2016, begins with a the beheading of a New York journalist by an Isis-like organization. Next, the terrorists target NYPD detective Heat’s husband, Jameson Rook, and his latest subject, independent presidential candidate Legs Kline. Next up is Heat Storm, slated for publication in spring 2017. The books are the eighth and ninth novels in the Castle book series.
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Question: Had Castle not been cancelled, how was the show going to explain Stana Katic’s absence as Kate next season? You previously (and ominously) hinted that none of the options being bandied about were good. —Bobbi
Ausiello: According to sources, one scenario had Kate surviving the season-ending shootout, but everyone — Rick included — would think her dead. Why the ruse? I’ll divulge that little tidbit in the next Ask Ausiello Live! (scheduled for this Tuesday, May 24 at »
Last week, we reported ABC has cancelled the drama after eight seasons. The show starred Nathan Fillion as a mystery novelist who partners with an NYPD homicide detective (Stana Katic) to solve crimes.
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After Castle's series finale, the show's star Nathan Fillion sent off the show in the best possible way. The actor took to Twitter to thank the fans for all of their support over the past eight seasons. Not only was his tweet super sweet, but in true Rick Castle fashion, he even gave a figurative mic drop at the end. We are definitely going to miss seeing his character solve crimes alongside Kate Beckett (Stana Katic). See his post below! Well. That's it. Thank you, everyone. What an incredible journey. (Mic drop)Castle out. - Nathan Fillion (@NathanFillion) May 17, 2016 »
- Kelsie Gibson
Ahead of today's upfront presentation, ABC Entertainment Group president Channing Dungey spoke with reporters where there was one obvious question on people's minds - why cancel the network's two major on-the-bubble dramas "Castle" and "Nashville"?
Despite the departure of Stana Katic, the signing of new contracts for the other actors on "Castle" suggested ABC had every intention of moving forward with another season. Same with "Nashville" which had already signed respected writers Marshall Herskovitz and Ed Zwick as new showrunners. So why the change of heart?
"At the end of the day, we didn't feel that even though Castle and Nashville were wonderful shows and good performers for a long time, the future for us didn't lie in those shows... Looking at ratings, our own finances and looking at new development, decisions came down to the wire, which is the difficult thing about these jobs as we weigh and measure different things. »
- Garth Franklin
Speaking to the press in her first Upfronts Week conference call since succeeding Paul Lee as the president of ABC Entertainment, Channing Dungey weighed in on the very recent decisions to end both Castle and Nashville.
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Alluding to, among other things, how the former was set to move forward without leading lady Stana Katic, Dungey said, “The studios in each case were looking for the best creative and financial ways to make room [for new seasons]. They were definitely engaged in conversations [about how to] set them »
Fans may have hoped changes to “Castle” and “Nashville” could keep the veteran dramas alive, but ABC president Channing Dungey explained Tuesday that even with the proposed alterations, the shows weren’t the “best fit.” “At the end of the day, we didn’t feel that — even though ‘Castle’ and ‘Nashville’ were wonderful shows and good performers for a long time — the future for us didn’t lie in those shows,” said Dungey, who was named to her new job in February. She spoke in a conference call about ABC’s fall schedule. “Castle” announced the departure of series lead »
- Reid Nakamura
Why did ABC opt to cancel bubble dramas Castle and Nashville? After the public firing of Castle's Stana Katic and the signing of new contracts for five other stars, including lead Nathan Fillion, the show's dismissal was seen as the season's most perplexing move. With Nashville, producer Lionsgate Television had already signed respected writers Marshall Herskovitz and Ed Zwick (My So-Called Life, Thirtysomething) as new showrunners for season five. So what was behind those two major decisions? "At the end of the day, we didn't feel that even though Castle and Nashville were wonderful shows and good performers for a long time, the
- Lesley Goldberg
Fans said goodbye to two long-running favorites on Monday, as ABC’s “Castle” hit season highs across the board while CBS’ “Mike & Molly” drew its largest audience in more than a year.
“Castle,” which was canceled last week by ABC after eight seasons due in large part to the departure of leading lady Stana Katic, averaged a 1.3 rating/4 share in adults 18-49 and 7.8 million viewers overall, according to preliminary national estimates from Nielsen. It was up week to week by 18% (0.2) in the demo and by more than 1 million total viewers (from 6.74 million).
The previous season high for “Castle” was a 1.2 in the demo, something it achieved three times last fall, and 6.84 million total viewers (with its season premiere). Monday’s results are the top show since its eighth-season finale a year ago (1.4 in 18-49, 8.44 million total viewers).
“Mike & Molly,” which is ending after six seasons, aired back-to-back episodes at 8 (1.4/5 in »
- Rick Kissell
After eight seasons, the hit crime show Castle came to a close on Monday night. While there were rumors of a big death on the finale due to Stana Katic's plans to leave the show, they secretly filmed two possible endings just in case of a cancellation. If you missed out, here's the full rundown on how Beckett and Castle's epic love story ended in the series finale. At least Nathan Fillion said goodbye to fans. Spoilers ahead! The story starts out like any other on the show, with a murder, a mystery, and Castle and Beckett working together to solve it. However, things take a turn for the worse when the two are duped into a trap and Castle is kidnapped by a man he assumes is his ally. As Castle is on the brink of death, the NYPD swoops in to save the day, but Beckett »
- Kelsie Gibson
After eight years, the final chapter of Castle was written. The ABC drama aired its unexpected series finale that featured a flashforward tag showing Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett (Stana Katic) living happily ever after that was added to give fans some closure. But series creator Andrew Marlowe, who was no longer overseeing the series for its final season, had a different ending in mind for the series. A fan tweeted asking Marlowe how he would have ended the series, and Marlowe responded, "In my imagination, it never ends. The characters face new challenges while growing & changing & loving each other." Marlowe also sent several messages to the cast, which you can read below. "Thank »
Castle, ABC’s hit crime dramedy, came to an end Monday night after eight successful seasons. ‘Castle’ Finale In the Castle finale, LokSat devised a scheme that separated Rick (Nathan Fillion) and Kate (Stana Katic) and intended to dispatch one after the other. Somehow, however, Rick is saved from a lethal injection at the last moment, […]
- Chelsea Regan
"A love story for the ages" has come to an end. After 173 episodes, Castle ended its eight-season run on Monday night, with viewers saying goodbye to Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett (Stana Katic), who (Spoiler alert!) finally got their happy ending. Castle showrunners Alexi Hawley and Terence Paul Winter issued a statement after the ABC hit's finale aired, thanking the "loyal" fans for their passion, while admitting they are "still trying to process all the emotions stirred up by recent events." (Before ABC decided to cancel the show, it was announced if the show was picked up for a ninth season, it would return without Stana Katic and Tamala Jones. You can imagine »
This evening, ABC aired the series finale of Castle. After eight seasons and 173 episodes, the Monday night drama came to an end. While fans of the show will surely miss Rick (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett (Stana Katic), it turns out that the cancellation might have been a good thing for the show's legacy. Spoilers Ahead.
In the final moments of the last episode, Rick and Beckett were shot by Caleb (Kris Polaha). While Beckett was able to take out their assailant, the beloved couple was gravely injured. It looked like this could be the end but the finale's final moments flashed forward seven years into the future and showed the couple with their three children. A happy ending.
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Castle has come to an end after eight seasons. Star Nathan Fillion (Richard Castle) spent Monday evening live tweeting the final episode of the ABC series and he shared a heartfelt message after it was all over. "Well. That's it. Thank you, everyone. What an incredible journey. "(Mic drop)"Castle out," he tweeted. Well. That’s it. Thank you, everyone. What an incredible journey. (Mic drop)Castle out.— Nathan Fillion (@NathanFillion) May 17, 2016 Despite his show ending, Fillion proved to be in a playful mood. Earlier Monday evening, some fans who hadn't yet viewed the episode complained about Fillion's live tweeting, »
- Aaron Couch
Well, nobody (important) died in the Castle finale! Castle (Nathan Fillion), Beckett (Stana Katic), Ryan (Seamus Dever), Esposito (Jon Huertas), Lanie (Tamala Jones), Martha (Susan Sullivan), Alexis (Molly Quinn) and Hayley (Toks Olagundoye) were all safe and sound, living happily ever after. While there was a bit of a cliffhanger in which both Castle and Beckett were shot and appeared to be dying, an epilogue found them perfectly alive, perfectly together, and the parents of multiple adorable children. So there's that! Everything is just fine. As for the LokSat business, it was all rather convoluted. During their investigation, Castle and Beckett found themselves in a trap, filled with »
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