As the saying goes, you can't unring a bell. So, can you unspeak the words "I love you"?
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That's the question looming over Castle, as the Season 4 premiere (Monday, 10/c, ABC) focuses heavily on how Detective Kate Beckett (Stana Katic) will react to a profession of love from her mystery-writer/partner, Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion), in last season's finale. Of course, Castle's "I love you" didn't come over a candlelight dinner, but in the aftermath of Beckett being gunned down by a sniper. So, there are plenty of easy outs, right? ...
There's a new bosslady on ABC's Castle.
Former 24 and The Larry Sanders Show star Penny Johnson Jerald will join the cast as the new captain of the 12th Precinct, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. Jerald will play Victoria Gates, a career-minded cop who spent much of her early career in Internal Affairs. As we previously reported, she will initially be more interested in getting noticed by her superiors and climbing the NYPD's ranks than doing any real police work.
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Known as "Iron Gates," she's alo going to be a bit tougher on our team...
[WARNING: The following story contains major spoilers from the Season 3 finale of Castle. Read at your own risk.]
Castle's third season went out with a bang. More than one, actually.
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The action-packed final episode found Beckett (Stana Katic) once again drawn into investigating her mother's murder after Hal Lockwood (Max Martini), the hitman who has killed all her previous leads in the case, escapes from prison. Beckett soon learns that Lockwood's next target is...
Ruben Santiago-Hudson, an Image Award nominee for his role in TV's Their Eyes Were Watching God, has joined ABC's drama pilot Castle, says the Reporter.A "comedic procedural" about a mystery novelist (Firefly's Nathan Fillion) who helps the cops solve crimes, Castle finds Santiago-Hudson playing a police chief infuriated every step of the way as that dang mystery novelist sticks his nose in police business and solves crimes for them. MWM
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