Several spoilers have been released about the upcoming episodes when Castle returns. Check them out.
TVLine revealed from an interview with Andrew Marlowe:
‘Member the Coughing Guy in Hooded Coat that waterfront watchman Carl Matthews (Lost‘s William Mapother) made scram just before he “discovered” Lanie’s dead look-alike? Eagle-eyed/-eared viewers noted that just before Beckett & Co. stormed Carl’s motel room, a Coughing Guy in Hooded Coat crossed in front of the camera. Same guy? “I would say that they bear an uncanny resemblance to each other and seem to be suffering from identical respiratory conditions,” Marlowe notes. “It’s quite the coincidence, don’t you think?” Mmmhmm. Especially since the first fella bears a faint resemblance to Jerry Tyson/portrayer Michael Mosley.
BACK WITH A VENGEANCE? | Having thus teased us with this provocative mystery, can viewers count on Castle revisiting it again before Season 6 is over? Says Marlowe: “I think Vera Lynn said it best when she sang, ‘We’ll meet again. Don’t know where… Don’t know when….’” Ah, speaking of that old-timey tune….
BECKETT HAS A SONG REACTION | Does “We’ll Meet Again” carry any greater significance than suggesting that the Beckett-fetishing Dr. Niemann (played by 24‘s Annie Wersching) and/or Tyson will be back? After all, Beckett’s reaction to the song suddenly filling Castle’s loft was conspicuously strong. Here, Marlowe drops his most curious clue.
“It could be that Beckett is just reacting to the disturbing and terrifying possibility that Tyson or Niemann will be back to toy with her and the people she loves,” he posits. “Or maybe, just maybe, Beckett has a personal history with that particular song that makes her think that it was more than just a general threat. That maybe someone out there knows more about her past than she realizes.”
For the full interview check out TVLine.
Castle has cast Titanic star Frances Fisher in a Devil Wears Prada-themed episode that will revisit Kate Beckett's (Stana Katic) past as a model.
"The episode has a little Devil Wears Prada feel to it with an Anna Wintour type character," reveals executive producer Andrew Marlowe, referencing the notorious Vogue editor-in-chief who inspired Meryl Streep's icy Miranda Priestly film character. "In investigating the case, we discover that the Anna Wintour character, Matilda King, who runs this magazine, Modern Fashion, crossed paths with Beckett when she briefly flirted with a career as a model."
Marlowe says he cast Fisher (whose credits include Eureka, The Shield and Touch) in the role because "she brings a regality to everything she does."
The episode is slated to air on Jan. 27.
For the full article check out TV Guide.
Keck's Exclusives also revealed several big spoilers.
James Brolin returns as Jackson Hunt, the estranged dad of Rick Castle (Nathan Fillion), on the Jan. 13 episode of ABC's Castle. He meets his son's fiancée, Kate Beckett (Stana Katic), but for most of the episode, she's unaware that the CIA operative is her future father-in-law (he keeps his identity secret to protect his undercover work). "That introduction comes later and is far more awkward," says Fillion.
"[Beckett] has a big question about Jackson's true motives," says Katic. "He's not all that he seems." Blame that on Brolin, who agreed to reprise the role only if Jackson turned darker. "I wanted viewers to find out how deadly he is," Brolin says. "He gets a thrill out of terminating people who deserve it. The thrill is there, with no feeling of remorse." To make matters worse, Jackson "talks down to his son like he's 5 years old," says Brolin, "and is very attracted to Kate. That's the kind of a--hole he is." Hunt also comes face-to-face with Castle's mom, Martha, for the first time since their long-ago tryst.
Ryan's Special Delivery
Mark your calendars for Jan. 6. That's when Det. Kevin Ryan (Seamus Dever) finally becomes a daddy! But the blessed event is not without complications. Ryan's wife, Jenny (played by Dever's real-life wife, Juliana Dever), goes into labor at the same time detectives Ryan and Esposito (Jon Huertas) are trapped in a burning building. "Not only does it look as though Ryan may not be there to watch the birth of his child," says Seamus, "he may not live to see the baby at all." That leaves Lanie (Tamala Jones) and Beckett to assist in the delivery. While the storyline is traumatic, the cast kept the vibe light on set. "At one point, Stana was joking about eating the placenta," says Juliana. Fillion "was the first one to drop the fake baby," adds Seamus of the pricey prop. "It's his gag."
Say Yes to the Dress
Executive producer Andrew Marlowe has already decided when Castle and Beckett will get married. "But I don't think we're close enough to reveal it," he says, hinting that both Senator Bracken (Jack Coleman) and the presumed-dead 3XK killer could complicate the couple's plans. Nonetheless, the bride-to-be is in prep mode, and on the Jan. 27 episode, she finds a dress. "Beckett's past comes back and brings the dress to her," says Katic. She comes across the gown while investigating a case set in the world of high fashion. "Beckett's looking at designers' spring lines," says Marlowe. Trying on the dress "is an emotional moment for her because this is something she would have been doing with her [deceased] mother."
For the full article check out TV Guide.
Mega Buzz also provided a few spoilers.
Is Castle done with the Sen. Bracken-Beckett story? — Nina
ADAM: Not if the show wants to keep leading lady Stana Katic happy. "I think that story needs really great closure," she tells us of Beckett's series-long search for her mother's killer. "They did a really nice job of developing this 'sleeping dragon' story, and [the end] of that should be done with justice to all of the years that they spent developing that." The good news? Creator Andrew W. Marlowe insists that he has plans to bring Jack Coleman's dirty politician back — but only when the perfect story comes up.
For the full spoiler article check out TVGuide.