The ABC drama will stage yet another "Firefly" reunion as Summer Glau guest stars as a private detective who clashes with Castle.
Castle has returned for a sixth season on ABC, and the stars of the show -- plus series creator Andrew Marlowe -- discussed Castle and Beckett's latest complications at the Paley Center in Beverly Hills.
Russ Manning-nominated creator Paul Roman Martinez talks to CBR News about his acclaimed webcomic, "The Adventures of 19XX," exploring the 1930s, kickstarter and what happened on the set of "Castle."
With the increasing popularity of dramas like Game of Thrones, Mad Men and The Walking Dead, self-contained episodes are becoming a thing of the past as networks, and viewers, embrace sprawling multi-season plots.
ABC's hit procedural Castle will include a Comic-Con International-inspired episode involving a murder mystery at a sci-fi convention. Star Trek: The Next Generation alum Jonathan Frakes will direct.
It's been a long summer, but September is almost here - and with it, the start of the new fall season of television. New shows! Old favorites! They're all here, which means that we're cheating with the regular recommendations of five shows to keep an eye out for this time. Today, we're giving you five season premieres of returning shows to tune into, and on Saturday, five all-new shows you might want to check out. Let's revisit some old friends first, shall we?
Ahead of next week's upfront presentations the networks announced the return of such shows as Once Upon a Time, Castle, Parenthood and Grimm.
Nathan Fillion and Robert Downey Jr. joined forces in the closing credits of this week's episode of Castle to compare their Richard Castle and Tony Stark characters, and to promote Marvel's The Avengers.
ABC's procedural Castle will reunited Firefly alums Nathan Fillion and Adam Baldwin while also rolling out a zombie episode.
For those of you just joining us, yesterday I wondered why we didn't have a new Star Trek television show on the air already, before suggesting that, just maybe, such a show wouldn't work on modern television anymore. Pick your appalled, disagreeing jaws off the ground; here's where I explain what I mean.