Wednesday, October 7, 2015

8x05 - The Nose - Press Release & Episode Stills


“The Nose” – When a priceless work of art is stolen and its transporter murdered, Castle and Beckett must work with the key witness to track down the painting and sniff out the killer. With special guest star Stephnie Weir (“MADtv,” “The Comedians”). “The Nose” will air on MONDAY, OCTOBER 19 (10:01-11:00 p.m. ET/PT) on the ABC Television Network.

“Castle” stars Nathan Fillion as Richard Castle, Stana Katic as NYPD Detective Kate Beckett, Tamala Jones as Medical Examiner Lanie Parish, Jon Huertas as NYPD Detective Javier Esposito, Seamus Dever as NYPD Detective Kevin Ryan, Molly Quinn as Alexis Castle with Susan Sullivan as Martha Rodgers. For Season 8, Toks Olagundoye (“The Neighbors”) has joined the series as Hayley.

Guest cast: Stephnie Weir as Mia Laszlo, Aubrey Deeker as Lorenzo, Kevin Joy as Graham Fletcher, Charles Mesure as Liam Hollister.

“The Nose” was written by Nancy Kiu and directed by Steve Robin.

Source: Disney|ABC Press

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Monday, October 5, 2015

8x04 - What Lies Beneath - Promo

Source: Television Promos

8x03 - PhDead - Discussion Post

Matt's Inside Line: No More Tory?

We know that Castle‘s Vikram Singh is a tech guy, and he’ll be working with the 12th Precinct. I was wondering if we’re going to see Tory (played by Maya Stojan) again. Is she still at the 12th? –Michelle
“Unfortunately, we might not be seeing Tory” any time soon, co-showrunner Terence Paul Winter reports. As Alexi Hawley explains, “Adding Vikram (as the 12th’s new digital investigator) takes that slot a bit, and because he serves a bigger storyline” — helping Beckett hunt down LOCKSAT — “it’s more productive for us to use him.” But speaking of recurring characters, I do have good news for Inside Line e-mailer Sarah: You’ll “definitely” be seeing Dr. Perlmutter again.
On Castle, who played the female from the AG’s office that shot herself? –Pepe
I thought she looked familiar, and indeed that was Jacqueline Obradors (fromNYPD Blue, Freddie, NCIS) playing shady Allison Hyde.
Source: TVLine

8x03 - PhDead - Sneak Peeks

Source: Castle Vital Scenes

EW: Castle bosses discuss the breakup: Beckett's love 'doesn't go away'

Last week, Castle fans watched their world fall apart when Beckett broke up with Castle in order to keep him safe. Of course, Castle doesn’t know Beckett’s reasoning, which only makes the breakup that more upsetting.
Before things go any further, we talked with showrunners Terence Paul Winter and Alexi Hawley to find out what the breakup will mean for the show, and what else they can tell us about the rest of the season.
Additionally, check out an exclusive sneak peek at Monday’s episode above.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Was breaking them up a last resort? I’m assuming you all pondered other options.
TERENCE PAUL WINTER: Oh yeah we pondered several different options of what we could do this year and we kept coming back to this one because it created the most opportunity for interesting new storytelling.
ALEXI HAWLEY: We really wanted to focus on shaking things up and trying to give some new energy this year and also to their relationship. For us, their love affair is the heart of the show and relationships have issues, so we didn’t want to do a one-dimensional, everybody’s-happy-all-the-time kind of thing. But on a bigger front, it just felt like there were some unresolved psychological issues, Beckett more so possibly than Castle, as the fallout of being obsessed with her mother’s murder for 16 years. How do you just turn that off? So that just felt like really interesting character stuff for us that could then give us opportunities on a storytelling front. 
For the full Q&A visit Entertainment Weekly.