Provider: Eastern (ET) Change
Aided by a young journalist, a woman searches for clues about her mother, who died of cancer in 1951 but not before samples of healthy and cancerous tissues were secretly harvested from her and subsequently used for medical research for decades to come. Ba (more…)
Beckett and Castle investigate the death of a big-name chef found frozen in a restaurant's kitchen. Meanwhile, Castle finds himself attracted to the restaurant's owner, who just happens to be an old friend of Beckett's. Rocco DiSpirito appears as himself.
Castle and Beckett hunt for a psychic's murderer while debating the validity of her profession. Then they receive a letter from the victim written the day of her death predicting her demise, but it could be the work of the killer.
Encoded evidence sparks Castle's imagination during the investigation into a bail bondsman's murder, but Beckett dismisses his wild theories. Meanwhile, Beckett's reunion with her ex-partner turns romantic, much to Castle's chagrin.
Samuel L. Jackson plays former cop John Shaft, the nephew of the '70s private eye of the same name, who takes on a racist killer and a Dominican drug lord. Slick but unfocused. Christian Bale. Richard Roundtree, the star of the 1971 original and two sequel (more…)
The discovery of a murdered couple leads to a drug-smuggling case involving a military officer's wife (Charlotte d'Amboise). Col. Wyatt: Michael Gaston. Joe Pena: Louie Leonardo. Boles: Ruben Santiago-Hudson. Pat Conners: Michael Hobbs. Byrne: Thomas Lyons (more…)