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Posted Thursday 7/05/18 at 8:54PM EDT
ABC's Take Two is basically a rehash of Castle
Source: The A.V. Club
The Rachel Bilson-Eddie Cibrian summer detective series comes from the Castle team of Andrew W. Marlowe and Terri Edda Miller.
Posted Wednesday 5/16/18 at 12:18PM EDT
Nathan Fillion recalls Meghan Markle as a "princess" on Castle
"I remember the entire episode and I remember she was one of our fairy-tale princesses," The Rookie star says of Markle's 2012 guest appearance on his previous ABC drama. "I forgot that she was the murderer and I am shocked! I am shocked!"
Posted Wednesday 5/09/18 at 5:28PM EDT
First look: Nathan Fillion returns to ABC as The Rookie
Source: Entertainment Weekly
ABC has released the first image and new details for Nathan Fillion's return to series television. Inspired by a true story, The Rookie stars the 47-year-old Castle alum as the oldest police rookie in LAPD history. "As the force’s oldest rookie, he’s met with skepticism from some higher-ups who see him as just a walking midlife crisis," reads the show's logline. "If he can’t keep up with the young cops and the criminals, he’ll be risking lives including his own. But if he can use his life experience, determination, and sense of humor to give him an edge, he may just become a success in this new chapter of his life.” The Rookie received a straight to series order last October. UPDATE: Watch ABC's first teaser for The Rookie.
Posted Friday 3/09/18 at 11:05PM EST
ABC's Deception vs. CBS' Instinct: Which is the most Castle-like new show?
Source: The New York Times
The new Sunday night shows both appear to owe a debt to Castle. "If you’re a fan of the television subgenre that pairs a gifted, impulsive, often childlike male civilian with a tough, straight-arrow, lonely female cop, then you were probably a fan of Castle, one of the most successful shows of the type," says Mike Hale. (Other recent or current examples: The Mentalist, Perception, Forever, A.P.B., Lucifer.) You’re also in luck. Maybe. Sunday night brings not one but two new examples of the genre."
Posted Sunday 1/28/18 at 3:52AM EST
Stana Katic on her abrupt Castle exit: “It hurt and it was a harsh ending”
Source: Entertainment Weekly
While discussing her new Amazon thriller Absentia, Katic offered some thoughts to Entertainment Weekly on her controversial Castle departure: “I’m actually still not clear on the thought process behind the way that it went down. It hurt and it was a harsh ending, but now, nearly two years later…I met so many beautiful people on that project, and we collaborated on something really unique in that it’s not every day that you get a show, or a series, that has eight seasons and that it was a hit for the network. It would be a disservice to those people, to the work that we did together, and to my work, which I feel contributed, in part, to the success of the show, to be anything but grateful because, at the end of the day, that was a fantastic platform. It was a formative experience, and we told a love story that I feel moved people, touched people, and I can’t be anything but glad that I was a part of something like that. I hope it remains something special in viewers’ minds forever.”
Posted Thursday 11/16/17 at 3:42PM EST
Castle creators return to ABC with dramedy Take Two, starring Rachel Bilson and Eddie Cibrian
The former O.C. star and Cibrian will play unlikely P.I. partners in the straight-to-series Take Two. Bilson will play a former TV cop who loses her job after going to rehab. Her character tries making a comeback by shadowing Cibrian’s P.I. character, but her TV cop expertise proves to be a valuable asset. ALSO: Bilson is officially exiting Nashville.
Posted Wednesday 11/15/17 at 1:33PM EST
Stana Katic’s Castle follow-up Absentia lands on Amazon
The 10-episode series in which Katic plays a former FBI agent who is declared dead and has no memory of the past six years has already been released in 15 other countries. It is expected to premiere on Amazon sometime next year.
Posted Thursday 10/26/17 at 10:17PM EDT
Nathan Fillion is returning to ABC in cop dramedy The Rookie
Fillion is reuniting with Castle executive producer Alex Hawley on a straight-to-series drama in which he’ll play the oldest rookie police officer in the LAPD, inspired by a true story.