Castle is back! Are audiences going to be in post-coital bliss or will they be outraged because it’s a dream or some other contrived we-thought-it-happened-but-it-really-didn’t scenario?
Sorry, but you’ll have to wait for the season five premiere of Castle on Sept. 24 (Mon., 10/9c on ABC) to find out! After the “Will they or won’t they?” question is answered, the Beckett-Castle story can finally begin.
What we do know is Beckett is off the force and trying to put her mother’s death behind her, but sleeping dogs just won’t lie. Maddox (the oh-so-beautiful Tahmoh Penikett) is still hot on her trail.
Castle (@NathanFillion) and Beckett (@Stana_Katic) work together to finally solve the crime and by doing so, they uncover a bigger mythology that will include a Senator (Heroes’ Jack Coleman).
Alexis (@MollyQuinn93) suffers her first hangover and instead of scolding her, Castle rejoices in the milestone moment. By the end of the episode, all is as it was … and then some. Can’t wait for the rest of the season!
Publishing Notes from Jane: Richard Castle will release his fourth thriller featuring Nikki Heat, Frozen Heat, on Sept. 11, 2012. The previous three mysteries in the Heat series — Heat Wave (September 2009), Naked Heat (September 2010) and Heat Rises (September 2011) — all spent consecutive weeks on the New York Times and USA Today bestsellers lists.
In addition, Castle’s Derrick Storm eBook short series — A Brewing Storm (May 2012), A Raging Storm (July 2012), and A Bloody Storm (August 2012) — all debuted on the New York Times bestsellers list.
Also for the new season, a second graphic novel from Marvel Entertainment — Castle: Richard Castle’s Storm Season, by Brian Michael Bendis and Kelly Sue DeConnick — will be available Oct. 10, 2012.
Castle: Richard Castle’s Deadly Storm debuted in September 2011. Both graphic novels will be on sale in comic shops, the Marvel Comics app, iBookstore, Nook Bookstore and everywhere books are sold.