[Warning: This post contains massive, massive spoilers for the CASTLE season finale, "Watershed." If you haven't seen it yet, go watch it now and then come back to share your thoughts!]
With CASTLE’s season finale right around the corner, how about some teases for what goes down in “Watershed”?
I viewed Monday’s season finale, and in the interest of not ruining things completely, these teases are going to be vague, but hopefully they’ll help get you through the weekend…
To try and get a little insight into what will be going down, I spoke with Molly Quinn (Alexis) about some upcoming drama…
We’re only a couple of weeks away from the CASTLE finale, and now we have some photos from the important hour.
Take a look at some shots from “Watershed”…
CASTLE Season Finale: 'Watershed'
CASTLE - "Watershed" - In the Season Finale, an interview with a high-profile federal law enforcement agency forces Beckett to reconsider what she wants out of her job -- and out of her relationship with Castle. Meanwhile, the body of a young woman is found floating inside the water tank of a skid row flop house, but as the team investigate, they discover that her final resting place is just one of many strange things about her death, on "Castle," MONDAY, MAY 13 (10:01-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. (ABC/Richard Cartwright) TAMALA JONES, NATHAN FILLION, JON HUERTAS, SEAMUS DEVER
CASTLE’s season finale airs Monday, May 13th at 10 PM on ABC.
This week on GMMR:
- BONES, GLEE, THE FOLLOWING, NEW GIRL, and More: What to Expect From Your Favorite Fox Shows During May Sweeps
- THE VOICE: Catching Up with Season 2′s Katrina Parker
- SUBURGATORY: Emily Kapnek on Directing the Season Finale, George’s Struggles, the Tessa-Dalia Fight, and More
- THE VAMPIRE DIARIES: Julie Plec on Prom, Graduation, the Season Finale, and More
- SUBURGATORY Season 2 Finale Post-Mortem: Emily Kapnek on the Tears, Spoilers, and ‘Pleasant Nightmares’ From ‘Stray Dogs.’ Plus Some (Very Early) Season 3 Plans!
- ARROW: Emily Bett Rickards Previews ‘Home Invasion’
- ONCE UPON A TIME: Emilie de Ravin Teases ‘Lacey’ and the End of Season 2
ABC has opted to shift CASTLE’s airing schedule in light of recent events: an ABC rep confirms that “Still” — the bomb-centric episode that will put Beckett’s life in danger – which was originally set to air next Monday, will now air on April 29th. The previously scheduled episode for that date, “The Squab and the Quail,” will now air this Monday, April 22nd.
While it’s never ideal when episodes don’t air in the intended order, “Still” was already airing technically out of order because it was filmed as the extra episode ABC ordered late into the season’s run.
Are you okay with ABC pushing back “Still”?
With CASTLE’s season rapidly coming to a close, we have a few photos from the fifth year’s penultimate episode.
Take a look at some photos from “The Human Factor”…
After a week off, CASTLE is back this Monday with a brand new episode! And since we’re about to enter into the final five episodes of the season, I asked CASTLE creator Andrew Marlowe what he could tease about the last few hours of season 5…
An upcoming CASTLE puts both Castle and Beckett in an interesting position when Beckett has to protect Erik Vaughn, “a dashing billionaire entrepreneur” whose colleague is killed. And, because Beckett is rarely cursed by being around unattractive men, Erik is being played by former RINGER star Ioan Gruffudd. Naturally, Castle won’t be reacting too well to Beckett’s proximity to another charming man.
Take a look at some photos from “The Squab and the Quail”…
As if poor Castle and Beckett haven’t had enough high-stakes this season, the April 22nd episode, “Still,” could be the most dangerous hour yet: Beckett gets way too close to a bomb.
“[It's] an emotionally charged episode,” CASTLE creator Andrew Marlowe told me last month. “In the process of doing an investigation into a bombing, Beckett triggers a bomb and is put in a position where she can’t move or the bomb is going to go off. It’s a high-stakes, high-tension episode.”
Take a look at the photos from “Still”…
[Warning: This post contains spoilers for tonight's episode of CASTLE, "The Lives of Others." If you haven't seen it, please turn away now to avoid having key elements of the episode ruined.]
Happy Monday! Time for a new SNAP JUDGMENT!
What is SNAP JUDGMENT, you ask?
Every day we’ll pick our favorite promotional picture from that night’s new television episodes and we’ll showcase it here. Then you guys can speculate what goes down in the scene/what you’d like to see happen/caption the pic however you want in the comments section.
So which show amused us today?
CASTLE Episode 100: Andrew Marlowe Reflects on the Show’s Early Years and Teases ‘The Lives of Others’
A little over four years ago, a ruggedly handsome fiction writer named Richard Castle found a muse in the form of a kick-ass — yet vulnerable — NYPD detective Kate Beckett. Sparks flew, he pulled some strings with his buddy (the mayor), and he got permission to follow her around for the foreseeable future…as research for a book, naturally.
Now, CASTLE is just a few days away from celebrating a massive milestone: episode 100. In the past 99 episodes, there has been love (Castle/Beckett), loss (RIP, Montgomery), weddings (Ryan/Jenny), hookups (Lanie/Esposito), closure (Beckett’s mother murder case), and so much more.
To reflect a little bit on how far the series has come, I spoke with CASTLE creator Andrew Marlowe about his memories of the show’s early years, important moments, and the special 100th hour…
CASTLE will take a week off after celebrating this Monday’s 100th episode, but we have some photos from the return hour, “The Fast and the Furriest.”
Take a look!
CASTLE: 'The Fast and the Furriest'
CASTLE - "The Fast and the Furriest" - When Castle and Beckett find giant footprints at the site of a vicious murder, the team is forced to confront the unlikely theory that Bigfoot is the killer. But as they trek into the world of primate research, big game hunting and mythological creatures, they realize that finding the man (or beast) responsible may put them on the endangered species list, on "Castle," MONDAY, APRIL 15 (10:01-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network. (ABC/Richard Foreman)NATHAN FILLION, STANA KATIC
CASTLE: Andrew Marlowe on Ryan’s Baby News, Plus a Tease for ‘Still’
CASTLE Episode 100: Behind-the-Scenes Photos from ‘The Lives of Others’
CASTLE: Andrew Marlowe on Ryan’s Backstory, Guest Stars, and More
CASTLE viewers got a little bit more insight into Ryan’s backstory in Monday night’s episode, “The Wild Rover,” but the ending also provided a little glimpse into what his future holds: his wife, Jenny, is pregnant! But given that this is an ensemble show — and that Ryan and Jenny’s relationship is the most committed one the series currently has — I was curious what impact the upcoming addition would have on the expectant parents and Ryan’s coworkers.
“We’re trying to figure it out,” CASTLE creator Andrew Marlowe told me. “When people find out they’re pregnant, they don’t tell people right away. They’re in that nervous-anxious period where they’re waiting to get to the three months [of the pregnancy, when it's generally safer]. Most of that stuff is going to be unfolding next season, assuming all goes well and we’re granted a next season.”
However, Marlowe could tease a little bit about the upcoming “bonus” episode, “Still,” which CASTLE star Seamus Dever (Ryan) had previously hinted was “going to look a little bit different.”