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The March 7 episode of ABC’s Castle is titled “The G.D.S.,” but we’ve got a better name for it: “Déjà Vu.” Or “Have We Met Before?” Or “A River Runs Through It.” Or “Serenity, Now!” (I’ve got tons more, Fyi.)
As TVLine reported last month, the Los Angeles-set installment reunites Nathan Fillion with onetime Firefly co-star Summer Glau, who guest-stars as a provocative P.I. that competes with Rick to solve a deadly mystery. The hour also features TV vet Gerald McRaney as the head of the legendary, secretive Greatest Detective Society (aka The G.D. »
Roadies, the first TV show created by Cameron Crowe, finally has a premiere date, along with a trailer scored to "Hard Sun" by Crowe's longtime friend Eddie Vedder. The series — about the crew for a touring band, starring Luke Wilson, Carla Gugino, Imogen Poots, Rafe Spall, Keshia Castle-Hughes, and more, and also produced by J.J. Abrams and Winnie Holzman — will debut on Showtime on Sunday, June 26 at 10 p.m. Here's the first look: »
- Alan Sepinwall
ABC’s Castle might not know it’s airing on Valentine’s Day — this Sunday’s special outing was only recently scheduled — but love nonetheless is in the air as Rick (Nathan Fillion) prepares to testify in a big case.
RelatedCastle ‘Spinoff’ Buzz: ABC Boss Hints at ‘Ideas’ to Extend Show’s Run
In “Witness for the Prosecution” (airing Sunday at 10/9, leading out of a special Bachelor broadcast), the long-running ABC drama makes a rare trip to the courtroom for a trial of one of Kate & Co.’s cases. In the exclusive sneak peek above, Kate (Stana Katic) warns »
Despite an engaging musical side, this Castle season 8 return hasn't fixed any of the show's problem with its two leads' relationship...
This review contains spoilers.
8.9 Tone Death
This week, Castle returned from a long midseason hiatus with episode Tone Death. I’d love to say that the showrunners used this long break in order to fix the series after what was a disastrous first half of season eight. Instead, I am forced to report that, while this week’s mystery was fine—about average for the show—when it comes to what has been truly wrong about Castle, the new dynamic between Rick and Kate, this week’s Castle episode, Tone Death should more appropriately have been titled “Tone Deaf.” More on that in a moment.
This week’s story revolves around the murder of a young woman, Robin King, recently released from prison and rebuilding her life. »
What happens when the episodes you love don't match everyone else's? Here's what it feels like to do fandom "wrong"...
This article contains spoilers for Doctor Who: Love & Monsters
During my first year at university, I met up with some other Doctor Who fans. This was 2007, when Tennant-mania was starting to overwhelm Britain and a then-45-year-old show was inexplicably the height of cool. After drinks and awkward small talk in the student bar, we turned to the question. The question you ask whenever you meet another fan. The question that’s hidden in plain sight...
No, not “Doctor Who?” Not even ‘who’s your favorite Doctor?’ Rather: “What’s your favorite episode?”
As we went around the group, the obvious candidates were named: Blink, Human Nature, Dalek, Utopia. Titles that are hallowed in the annals of Nu-Who history. Finally, it was my turn to contribute. »
Castle Season 8 Episode 9, “Tone Death” is the first episode after finally ending the forced separation between the once detective but now Captain Kate Beckett (Stana Katic) and the famous mystery writer turned unfamous P.I. Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion). Many viewers have held out hope that this would be the turning point of ABC’s Castle becoming more like the show they’d been watching for seven seasons. In particular many have missed the sense of Caskett, the way that Castle and Beckett worked and played together as partners before Castle season 8. Did the new show runners Alexi Hawley and
Castle Season 8 Episode 9 Review: Tone Death has A Few Wrong Notes »
- Joy D'Angelo
This week on ABC’s Castle, Rick and Kate craftily kept their recoupling under wraps as they investigated the death of an ex-con turned a cappella star. Cue the introduction of Russian underwear model Svetlana and the dashing Dr. Livingstone!
RelatedCastle Review: Fake Break-Up Nudges Show Closer to Season 5 Sparks
The midseason premiere opens with Martha rehearsing her latest show when the cue for “snow” results in a few flakes from the rafters above… followed by a downpour of blood. Cut to the loft, where Rick and Kate have wrapped up a third round of covert copulation. Alas, Kate »
What's Castle without Castle? It's not the same show, obviously, but according to Seamus Dever, it could still work, and we might not be doomed to a Castle-less life after all. During ABC's winter press tour, network president Paul Lee floated the idea of continuing the long-running procedural without its stars, since both Stana Katic and Nathan Fillion are still in contract negotiations for a ninth season. "We'd love for Castle to keep going for many years to come," he said, but noted that it could see some major changes if it does continue past season eight. "There are a lot of conversations about how we can do that...there's lots of good ideas in there. So »
The list of things we do not love about Castle’s mother, Martha (played by Susan Sullivan), would be far shorter; nonexistent, really. She’s that mother we kind of all love to have around the house. She helps out when she’s needed, she gives the wisest and sagest advice, and she’s a dramatic actress. What’s not to love, really? She’s fantastic in a way that would make her kind of a killer mother-in-law, and the mom we all want to have around the house. We love her for so many reasons that breaking it down to just 5 was a bit
- Tiffany Raiford
Recently, ABC released the new,official synopsis/description for their upcoming "Castle" episode 10 of season 8. The episode is entitled, "Witness for The Prosecution," and it turns out that we're going to see some really drama-filled and high intense stuff go down as a new development in a murder case, has Castle and Beckett racing against the clock in an effort to make sure it works out the way it's supposed to, and more! In the new, 10th episode press release: Castle Is The Key Witness In A Murder Case, On ABC's "Castle." Press release number 2: Castle is going to finally get his day in court when he takes the stand as the key witness to a murder from five months ago. But when new information suddenly arises, he and Beckett are going to have to race against time to stop a miscarriage of justice. Guest stars feature: Sunkrish Bala as Vikram Singh, »
As the countdown to the Oscars continues, stars showcased the glam at the 2016 Directors Guild of America Awards Saturday. Presenter Rachel McAdams, who stars in Spotlight, turned heads in a stunning, strapless, sparkling, black, semi-sheer, sequined halter gown that showed off her trim figure. Other attendees who showcased gorgeous looks at the DGA Awards included Mena Suvari and Castle star Stana Katic. Mexican director Alejandro G. Iñárritu won the top honor, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film, for The Revenant. He beat Tom McCarthy for Spotlight, Adam McKay for The Big Shot, George Miller for Mad Max: »
The 2016 DGA awards are another awards event on the road to the Oscars and Stana Katic from ABC’s Castle is one of the stars in attendance. It’s not the first time she’s attended the DGA’s. Back in 2012 she not only attended, but she was a presenter as well. I’m sure fans would love their favorite stars to make all red carpet opportunities, but it’s hard to make every award show when one is in the middle of filming a show. With so many to choose from, why would an actor chose the DGA’s over, let’s say, the SAG Awards?
- Joy D'Angelo
It’s official: We’ll always have Paris.
PhotosGilmore Girls Revival: First On-Set Photo!
Earlier in the week, Gilmore grande dame Kelly Bishop told me that series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino had written Paris into the revival scripts. However, at the time, Weil — who’s currently a series regular on ABC’s How to Get Away With Murder — had not officially closed a deal to return.
Dragonfly Inn, Michel speaking.
One week after confirming his return to the beloved series, Truesdale on Friday tweeted the first on-set photo from Gilmore‘s reunion — and might we say, Michel and Lorelai have never looked better.
First day back at the Inn with my old boss. Fun times! #GilmoreGirlsRevival #WarnerBros pic.twitter.com/sxprUKdLyk
— Yanic Truesdale (@YanicTruesdale) February 6, 2016
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Ausiello: Though Felicity seems to have navigated many of the early bumps — presentation to the Palmer Tech board included — “We will definitely feel the weight of it” in episodes to come, showrunner Wendy Mericle told Matt Mitovich. “There’s a big decision she and Oliver are going to make at the end of [Episode 413, airing Feb. 10], and it will »
While O’Connell’s character Robert — who moonlights as an actor — will initially be in charge of changing diapers and locating lost binkies, we hear there’s a possibility that inappropriate love (aka the only kind we really want to see on Mistresses) could eventually follow. »
Why are you watching ABC’s Castle?
(I could leave that question there, call it a day and still trigger 206 passionate comments, but allow me to elaborate.)
Are you (still) watching for the Castle/Beckett banter? For the flirtiness between husband-and-wife crimesolvers? To work your own noodle solving twisty cases? Do you watch for the added something that Ryan, Esposito, Alexis and Martha offer? Or are you here to see Lanie and Perlmutter poke and prod corpses? (If the latter, that’s kinda dark, man.)
Or: All of the above? »
Next Monday ends the winter hiatus for ABC’s Castle and the episode returning is titled, “Tone Death.” It was a rough first half for the show, but the hope of many is that with the newly made NYPD Captain Kate Beckett (Stana Katic) no longer estranged from her famous writer not so famous P.I. husband Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion) the second half will be much better! Finally, the thing that has in the past made this show a success will be back: Castle and Beckett together again solving crimes! We saw them in bed together in the first promo and
Castle Kicks Off Part 2 of Season 8: Are You Ready for “Tone Death”? »
- Joy D'Angelo
Will Wally West fulfill his fate in a Flash? Can Once Upon a Time‘s Belle avoid a pregnant pause? Which Htgawm relationship is getting more complicated? Is Lucifer packing a “huge” surprise? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows
RelatedThe Flash Ep Talks Barry’s Heartbreak and Harry’s Agenda
Networks are only continuing to pluck intellectual properities from yesteryear and spin them into budding new TV series, with Rush Hour, Limitless, Uncle Buck and the now-cancelled Minority Report each displaying the potential pros and cons left facing producers as they attempt to shepherd an existing property from one medium to the next.
Next in line to attempt such a feat is CBS, who today ordered a pilot of Antoine Fuqua’s Training Day. Pitched as a quasi-sequel, the TV show will pick up a full 15 years after the events of the seminal, award-winning 2001 movie, “centering around an idealistic young African-American police officer who is appointed to an elite squad of the Lapd, where he is partnered with a seasoned, morally ambiguous Caucasian detective.”
- Michael Briers
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