New spoilers were released this week. Check out the new news below.
TV Fanatic released an interview with Lisa Edelstein.
From the behind the scenes pictures we’ve seen, it certainly looks like you were enjoying your time on Castle. Can you share any memorable moments?
You know what? I never remember moments. I remember the whole experience and it was really lovely. Stana Katic and I had a lot laughs. She is a very sweet girl and we clicked the minute we met. It was just an easy transition into an already moving machine. So I was really grateful for that. I had such a nice time.
It’s a three-episode arc. Without giving too much away, how much of an influence is your character on Beckett and Castle.
She really is a mentor to Beckett, who I think influences her in the sense that Beckett knows McCord wants her to be bigger, faster, stronger in her life. And so she tries to please McCord in those ways. The issues that come up are surprising ones but not the ones you’d expect. But Beckett and McCord have wonderful friendship that’s building.
Castle fans are thrilled to be going into season 6. As someone who had a somewhat tumultuous time on a long running show, do you have any advice for the Castle cast and crew moving forward?You know it’s not up to the Castle cast. I think they’re doing an excellent job of enjoy their lives. It’s a really wonderful experience to be on a long running show. And if you’re present enough and you can enjoy it, that is the most important because you just don’t get that opportunity a lot. It’s a very, very special experience. I don’t need to advise them to enjoy it because they already are.
For the full interview check out TV Fanatic.
Justified star Joelle Carter has booked a guest role on ABC’sCastle, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
On Castle, Carter — who plays Ava, the wife and co-conspirator of Walton Goggins’ criminal kingpin Boyd Crowder on the critically loved FX drama — will portray Maggie Ingram, the long-time girlfriend of a death row inmate who is on the verge of being executed.
Will Maggie lean on Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett (Stana Katic) to re-investigate her beau’s case before he’s put down? (We’ll have to see if Maggie is as persuasive as Ava is with her shotgun.) Additionally, I hear Alexis (Molly Quinn) is heavily involved in this case.
For the full article check out TV Guide.
“Castle” has cast “Mob Doctor” alum James Carpinello for a Season 6 guest role, HuffPost TV has learned exclusively.
Carpinello will appear in episode 607, “Like Father, Like Daughter,” playing Frank Henson, a man incarcerated on death row for a murder he claims he did not commit. Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett (Stana Katic) — and Alexis (Molly Quinn) –– soon get involved in the case.
For the full article check out HuffingtonPost.
TVLine was able to interview Nathan about the new season.
“It’s a bit of a dance,” he observes, “because when you’ve got a successful television program that’s doing well, you don’t want to mess with it too much, you don’t want any jarring changes, I don’t think. And they’ve been very artful with it.”
For Castle — who hasn’t the best trackrecord as a husband and has never lacked female company — proposing marriage was testament to a new maturity. Yet when I ask Fillion if it made him “feel good” to see Rick take that step, as the man who plays the pretend author, he politely waves off the suggestion.
“I really don’t think of it in those terms. I think of it more in terms of the well-being of the show,” he counters. “I mean, I come to work every day and I don’t really think, ‘What’s in it for me?’ This is a real team effort, and when you’re here every day, when there’s 60 guys here and we’re all doing the same thing, and we’re all plugging away — and a lot of people here are working a lot harder than I am — I tend to think of it in terms of the well-being of the show.”
For the full interview with Nathan check out TVLine.
Jon Huertas was also interviewed about the new season.
As for Espo’s role in the still-hypothetical union, it seems a no-brainer for Castle to anoint him best man — “it’s the only logical choice,” Huertas jokes. Though the two don’t always see eye-to-eye, Espo’s already lost out on the title once, at Ryan’s wedding, so he desperately needs a win. And as Huertas puts it, “When you’re a guy like Richard Castle, what you want is someone who’s gonna look as good as you in a tuxedo, and I think Espo is the obvious choice to look amazing in a tuxedo.”
If, and only if, Castle’s estranged father resurfaces can we expect to see Espo willingly forfeit his title — Huertas would “do anything for James Brolin.” In the event that worst-case scenario arises, Huertas is willing to pull a Patrick Dempsey and become Beckett’s “man of honour,” preserving his seat at the head table where he belongs. “I think we’d be able to do that,” he laughs.
For the full interview with Jon Huertas check out The Loop.
Got anything for Episode 6.06 of Castle? It seems to be a huge secret. No title, no synopsis, no nothing. –Susan
Oh, you’ve (likely) heard about Episode 6, you just don’t know it. That hour “has a touch of National Treasure and a touch of Da Vinci Code,” series creator Andrew W. Marlowe tells me, echoing some earlier pre-season interviews. “It’s a really fun, delightful, classic Castle episode.”
Will Castle Season 6 have a two-parter? –Vanessa
Marlowe seems iffy on the prospect of continuing that tradition, if only because the season premiere (airing Sept. 23 and 30) checks off the two-parter box. “If we have a compelling enough reason to do it, we might,” he allows, “but there are other really interesting ideas that we have on the drawing board for February that may be as fun as a two-parter, yet different.”
For the full spoiler article check out TVLine.
1. What he thinks Castle’s reaction will be if Beckett rejects or accepts his marriage proposal.
Fillion said if Beckett turns down Castle’s proposal the novelist will be “shocked” and might get “a little dark.
“Well, he’s had plenty of practice being rejected by her, right? She’s done this before, once or twice. She’s kept him on the outside,” Fillion said. “Would he be shocked? Yes, I think so. I think he’d be shocked. Would it be a blow to his pride? Yeah, but I think that would come later.”
“I think first he’d be pretty hurt and pretty… maybe a little dark. I think a little dark. You know, he’s a carefree, happy, easygoing guy. I think he’d get a little dark there,” Fillion added. “I mean, he used to be a big drinker and womanizer. I think that’d probably be the next logical step if she said no. I think, you know, a return to the Castle we met. Wouldn’t that make a lot of sense?”
However, Fillion thinks if Beckett says yes, it could lead to some tough questions for the pair.
“If she said yes, would the show move to Washington, D.C.? Would he go with her on this job? Would they have a long distance relationship? Those are very hard, but if you’ve built a foundation maybe those could last, could work,” he said.
For the full interview including video check out On the Red Carpet.