On Monday's Castle (10/9c, ABC) our titular mystery writer believes he's being haunted. So, who's he going to call for help? (Hint: It's not the Ghostbusters.)
When Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett (Stana Katic) investigate a string of strange deaths, Castle accidentally watches the "haunted DVD" that he believes might be causing their victims to croak. Cue a full-on panic attack by Castle, who believes he's marked for death.
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In July, British funnyman Steve Coogan signed a deal to have his Baby Cow production company create shows for NBC. One being planned is a remake of his recent BBC2 hit, Saxondale. Following a brash roadie-turned-exterminator, the series debuts stateside tonight on BBC America (11 pm/ET). The project was a welcome change for Coogan, who is best known for playing Alan Partridge in the shows Knowing Me, Knowing You and I'm Alan Partridge. TVGuide.com spoke with the Manchester native about his new creation and about the upcoming film Marie Antoinette, in which he plays Ambassadeur Mercy.
TVGuide.com: You had a lot of success with Alan Partridge. Why was it important to play a very different character in Saxondale?Steve Coogan: Well, I wanted it to be di