In the first half of a two-part story arc, Castle and Beckett find themselves in a race against time when they unearth a plot to kidnap Sarah el-Masri, the daughter of a powerful foreign dignitary. The stakes are raised when they learn that Alexis was also kidnapped, and every lead they follow ends with the discovery of another dead body.
It’s that time of year again! The time of year when Andrew Marlowe and the rest of the Castle writers give us an extra present. The time of year when they push out a two-part episode that is filled with tension, adrenaline and something that always hits close to home. The best part about these episodes? They never fail. Time to talk “Target," BTVGuides. The Castle Season 5 two-parter kicked off with the kidnapping of Alexis and her friend. Turns out Alexis was in ... more
This week on Castle, Alexis is in the wrong place at the wrong time and ends up kidnapped. This leaves our team working against the clock to try and bring Alexis home. But as the last few minutes of the episode convey, bringing Alexis home safely is going to end up being an international affair."Maybe they should tap in Liam Neeson? He's sort of the expert when it comes to kidnapped family members. Castle loves playing up its film and television homages, whether it's reality shows or... more
NBC won the night in all measures. 'The Voice,' as usual, topped the night in every respect. That said, it still dropped two tenths to a 4.5. Lead-out 'The Blacklist' took a much bigger tumble, falling four tenths to a 2.7. A 90-minute edition of 'The Bachelor' dipped two tenths for ABC, posting a 2.3. more
Katniss has nothing on Beckett. This week's episode of Castle, "In the Belly of the Beast," is a long overdue Beckett-centric story that shows why she would probably win the Hunger Games. This Never Happens to Underachievers Since it wouldn't be season 6 without it, Beckett and Castle fit in a little wedding planning before the action gets going. Beckett has just discovered the joys of laziness (my favorite pastime) when she's called into the station... more
It’s been almost five years since 'Castle' first graced our television screens back in March 2009. And now, well into its sixth season, it’s clear this ABC hit isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. Nor would we want it to, which is thanks in large part to the series' dynamic cast of memorable characters. In fact, one very important member of the show's merry band of crime investigators includes actor Seam... more