Castle Season 5 Episode 24 “Watershed” airs Monday, May 13 2013 10:01-11:00 p.m., ET/PT on ABC. Episode Synopsis: Castle Season 5 Episode 24 “Watershed” – In the Season Finale, an interview with a high-profile federal law enforcement agency forces Beckett to reconsider what she wants out of her job — and out of her relationship with Castle. Meanwhile, the body of a young woman is found floating inside the water tank of a skid row flop house, but as the team investigate, they discover that her final resting place is just one of many strange things about her death, on “Castle,” MONDAY, MAY 13 (10:01-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. READ MORE...
Good news! While there was no doubt about it, ABC has officially picked up CASTLE, SCANDAL, and GREY’S ANATOMY for next season. All three shows have their season finales next week, so now you can watch in peace. Which show are you most excited to have return? Follow @GiveMeMyRemote and @marisaroffman on Twitter for the [...] http://www.givememyremote.com/remote/2013/05/10/abc-renews-castle-scandal-and-greys-anatomy/
Will the Castle Season 5 finale put the final nail in Caskett? That's what the series wants viewers to believe is possible, as " Watershed " will focus on Beckett's job opportunity with a high-profile federal law enforcement agency in D.C. Will she actually take the gig? Read More... http://www.tvfanatic.com/2013/05/castle-season-finale-sneak-peek-dc-ya/
This is not going to be a happy article for the many Caskett shippers out there. There is a chance -- possibly even a good chance -- that the happy relationship of Rick and Kate on "Castle" will come to an end in Monday's Season 5 finale.Sorry.This is definitely what the show has been promoting as a possibility. We have seen foreshadowing of Beckett's (Stana Katic) relationship concerns -- and the lack of concern from Castle (Nathan Fillion). There's that exciting new job possibility that she seems interested in. And every promo video for the finale, "Watershed," indicates that bad things are going to going to happen.Molly Quinn (Alexis) recently made those fears even worse during an interview with Zap2It about the finale. "Getting to watch Nathan and Stana do a couple of the scenes, it's so uncomfortable," Quinn teased ominously. "It's so uncomfortable and tension-filled. You kind of want to hide your eyes... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/05/castle-season-5-finale-are-rick-and-kate-about-to-break-up.html
Castle season 5 concludes on Monday, May 13 with an episode called "Watershed." BuddyTV spoke exclusively with star Molly Quinn about what fans can expect from the finale, as well as what she'd like to see for Alexis in season 6. Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/castle/exclusive-castle-interview-mol-50068.aspx
She wouldn't... would she? They can't... can they? After 23 episodes, Castle Season 5 has driven home the point that long-time viewers have known since this show's inception: Kate and Rick are perfect for each other! Read More... http://www.tvfanatic.com/2013/05/castle-season-finale-promo-a-closed-caskett/
Castle Season 5 Episode 23 “The Human Factor” airs Monday, May 6 2013 10:01-11:00 p.m., ET/PT on ABC. Episode Synopsis: Castle Season 5 Episode 23 “The Human Factor” – When Homeland Security inexplicably seals the crime scene of a car bombing, Castle and Beckett find themselves with two mysteries on their hands: who murdered the victim, a government whistleblower, and why are federal agents trying to take over the case? The plot thickens when they discover that the victim wasn’t killed by a car bomb but by a missile from a military drone, on “Castle,” MONDAY, MAY 6 (10:01-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. Carlos Bernard guest stars as Jared Stack, a mysterious operative who may hold the key to solving the case. READ MORE...
Fast National ratings for Monday, May 6, 2013Ratings for "The Voice" dropped for the second straight week Monday with the first live show of the spring, but it still scored the night's best 18-49 rating by a wide margin. NBC also got improved numbers from "Revolution," which as things stand now is up about 17 percent over last week.Also Monday, "Dancing With the Stars" dipped a little bit for ABC, but "Castle" was steady. FOX got next to nothing from its "Rihanna 777" special. CBS' comedies were pretty much even with last week, but "Hawaii Five-0" ticked up. ABC led the night in viewers, drawing 12.2 million people and a 7.9 rating/12 share in households. NBC took second with just over 10 million viewers and a 6.1/10. CBS (7.5 million, 4.7/7) took third. FOX (2.1 million, 1.4/2) was a distant fourth, and The CW (755,000, 0.5/1) trailed.NBC easily led the 18-49 demographic with a 3.3... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/05/tv-ratings-live-the-voice-slips-but-revolution-rises-monday-foxs-rihanna-special-tanks.html
This week on Castle, things get very "rise of the machines" as Castle and Beckett investigate a drone strike in the middle of Manhattan. The case certainly brings out the inner conspiracy theorist in Castle (always just a scratch below the surface) as he develops an elaborate Skynet-esque theory. It's the singularity! The machines are sentient... and they have a plan! (Wait, wrong show.) Unfortunately for Castle there are no Cylons or Terminators in sight, only a complicated family dynamic turned deadly. Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/castle/castle-recap-a-new-job-for-bec-50038.aspx
It's time for Beckett to make a choice. Job or love? This is always a tough one, and it's a testament to the brilliance of "Castle" that the answer is not obvious. But unlike lesser TV shows, this one truly will confront a difficult reality: What does the future hold?Right at the end of "The Human Factor," after Beckett (Stana Katic) and Castle (Nathan Fillion) find the person responsible for killing a man with a drone strike, Detective Kate Beckett is asked to contemplate her future. Where does she see herself in five years?This is a fair question. Anyone with ambition spends at least a little time thinking about where all the work is leading. But this isn't what usually happens on television. In order to keep a show going, it's often necessary to minimize change. After all, the audience is watching for an established story -- reaching any sort of ultimate goal in... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/05/the-future-of-castle-will-beckett-choose-love-or-her-career-in-the-season-5-finale.html