Richard "Rick" Castle is a millionaire playboy who recently killed off his main character when a serial killer starts killing people like he does in his books. He teams up with New York police detective Kate Beckett to solve the case. He finds inspiration in Detective Beckett and starts shadowing her for his next book.
A whole new chapter in crime solving. (Season 1)
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Did You Know?
The season five episode "Castle: The Fast and the Furriest
(2013)" aired the day of the Boston Marathon bombing. In light of the event, ABC chose to postpone the airing of the following episode, "Castle: Still
(2013)", which deals with Beckett stepping on the sensor trigger of a bomb, and aired "Castle: The Squab and the Quail
(2013)" in its place. Even with the switch in air dates, on the season five DVD set, "Still" and "Squab" are listed in the order they were originally intended to air, instead of in broadcast order like the other episodes. See more
In many episodes detectives track somebody by using the entrance/exit information from their MetroCards. In NYC the card is only swept once at the entrance but not on the exit (except on Staten Island where card is swept at the exit only), so the person can travel almost the entire subway system with only the entrance recorded. Exit swipes are in use in Washington, DC and San Francisco's BART where zonal fares are in use. See more
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