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Castle

Castle
  • Değerlendirme: 8,20
  • Veriliş tarihi: 2009
  • Türler: Crime, Mystery, Comedy, Drama
  • Ülkeler: United States
  • Süre: 43 dakikalar
  • Karmaşıklık: 9

Richard Castle, bir katilin kitaplarını işleyeceği suçlar için ilham kaynağı olarak kullandığı haberi ile şok olan tanınmış bir Amerikalı gizem romancısıdır. Cinayet detektifi Kate Beckett ile birlikte, New York'taki farklı olağandışı suçları araştırırken aynı zamanda annesinin ölüm sırlarını keşfetmeye çalışıyor.

  • Murder mystery author Richard ‘Rick’ Castle publishes the book in which he kills off his bestseller series' hero, Derek Storm. On that very day, NYPD detective Kate Beckett questions him about two murders in the exact style of his novels, on a lawyer Fisk viz. social worker Alyson Tisdale. He's professionally flattered to have a copycat. Her boss, captain Roy Montgomery, accepts his help as case consultant and teams them up, the mayor being a fan puts him de facto in charge. More copy killing follows. The police simplistically arrest his fan Kyle Cabot, the first …
  • Now Castle has solved the pseudo copycat-case, the mayor orders him accepted as permanent police consultant. First case, Howard Peterson and Sara Peterson's nanny Sara Manning, from Georgia, was found dead in their building's clothes dryer. Once more, Castle comes up with the non-evident questions and ideas to establish the infidelity-related motive and several suspects.
  • A clique of rich kids plays Russian Roulette with a bullet-less gun. But one night a bullet in the chamber kills one of them. When another one is supposedly commits suicide it's up to the team to discover what is what and if the suicide was over guilt.
  • Two guys thought the rug was the find at a neighborhood dumpster. They were astounded to find a councilman's body inside the rolled up rug. Was this a botched robbery or does this murder have ties to local politics?
  • A frozen female corpse discovered at a new construction site transforms a cold five-year-old missing persons case into a current homicide investigation.
  • Richard Castle thinks a murder is a voodoo ritualistic murder when a silver coin is found in the mouth of an adult male murdered victim. When other deaths pop up including a young girl with a silver coin in her mouth, it's up to the team to find the connection.
  • Castle is anxiously awaiting the public response to the release of his newest work of fiction. A baffling rash of jewel robberies from the society set prompts Castle to ask Beckett to be his undercover date at a ball to see if the thief might be amongst the affluent set and casing out his victims at charity events, balls, and parties.
  • A woman found drowned in a bathtub full of motor oil is initially identified as a missing suburban housewife, until it's discovered that her identity had been stolen from a deceased child, and that she had been a fugitive from a terrorism charge for two decades.
  • Angela (2) is kidnapped from adoptive parents Alfred (painter) and Theresa Candela's home for $750,000 ransom, every cent they own. Castle follows the money in the parents' family and business. There's something fishing about the ransom demand.
  • Plastic surgeon Dr. Joshua Leeds (37) was asphyxiated by plastic bag in has long overdue parked car, but first tortured. He was reported missing weeks ago by fiancée Courtney Morantz. Castle has a forensic expert look into the murder on Becket's mother 15 years ago. And checks on Owen (15), his daughter's ‘suspiciously’ inconspicuous prom date. Leeds has threatening dissatisfied patient; and a secret patient, which Becket's FBI friends and Castle's mob contact contact, with surprising results.
  • Insurance agent John Allen was strangled and thrown off a roof into a tree. masked men hold and the coroner at gun-point to steal the corpse on the way to the morgue, then dump it after butchering the inside, probably retrieving drugs. The widow refused to consider infidelity and pointed at former colleague Max Haverstock but it turns out both were fired eight months before and only Max got another legal job. Meanwhile only the mayor and the chief stand between Castle and jealous Becket severing his privileged ties with the NYPD after this ‘last case’, so he takes …
  • At full moon, couples therapist Ashley Coway (32) is found at home by her husband, who ignores who the second portion Chinese was for, shot and marked in bad English ‘psycho, you’re time is up, rapist'. In the park near his home, retired math teacher Frank Anderson is also found shot. Ashley's visitor was friend-lawyer Brandy Rossi, asked to explain how one gets a restraining order. She and husband have an alibi, so Castle looks into her patients and a rumor of marital trouble. His hurry because of a bet against Javier and Ryan which duo solves its crime first, …
  • During fashion week, a couple playfully stripping in a public fountain finds the beaten-up corpse there of designer Teddy Farrow's rising model Jenna McBoyd, fatally stabbed with an obelisk-shaped glass object. She was on diet-amphetamines, hoping to be chosen as the collection's campaign-face. Devoted husband Travis, who moved for her from Ohio, is shocked the NYPD still didn't follow up on their complaints about a stalker who never actually threatened her, identified as croupier Will James, who has an alibi. Model Sierra Goodwin now gets the campaign, and secretly …
  • When an Arctic explorer is killed during a polar expedition, the mysterious circumstances of his death take Castle and Beckett from the penthouses of Park Avenue to the halls of the CIA. But Castle's delight at the case's many twists and turns soon turns to frustration as he realizes that their elusive killer might just be fooling them all.
  • Illegal Czech immigrant Eliska Sokel's corpse is found hidden in a sewer, two days after her death. Her also-illegal ex, Teodor Hajek, explains she left him after their son died from a congenital disease. She had worked on the concierge staff of a luxury residence but was fired after Dr. Cameron Talbot's wife questioned the appropriateness of her treating their son Zane to a lollipop. Castle wonders how Beckett will take his dedication of a book starring her alter-ego, and his agent Haas's offer of a contract to write 3 British spy novels. They still solve the case …
  • As Halloween approaches, Castle and Beckett are called to a graveyard where the body of a young man sporting vampire fangs has been discovered with a wooden stake driven through his heart. Their investigation takes them deep into the heart of New York's underground vampire fetish community, where they learn that the motive for the victim's murder may be hiding within the pages of the graphic novel he was writing before his death.
  • Castle's daughter's favorite ban The Blue Pills's singer Haley Blue, who was about to break it up for a solo career, is found in an alley with a broken neck, murder staged as suicide. Stalking fan Franco Marquez, against whom she got a restraining order, says he overheard ex-con guitarist Zack Metzger threaten her. Both Castles add lyrics analysis to confusing facts about a possible band reunion and drug (rehab) history involving her sister Skye, producers couple Ian and Bree Busch and ex-producer John McGinnis.
  • Bike messenger Caleb Shimansky is killed by a masked man in a stolen black sedan. Caleb carried only one package, for Sally Niedermeyer, whose name the courier firm had miswritten as terrorist Shakir Nidal Mattar's. It was a message from her nephew Brian Thompson, from jail, where he's murdered hours later. It proved he, convicted due to present captain Roy Montgomery, confessed innocently to have his son's medical bills paid. Castle's connections help investigating the original murder of Olivia, which soon points to the extremely wealthy, politically influential …
  • Highly respected, A.D.A. Jack Buckley, a tough crime-fighter, was murdered. His brother in law, businessman Paul Cho, was blackmailed mysteriously with his use of call girls from ‘Danton’. Team Castle discovers it's all about the discrete cyber-pimp-business, which also employs Buckley's legal protégée Scarlett Price. While working out who succeeded jailed founder Dan Tonelli, ‘cool dad’ Castle worries which secret Alexis shares only with Becket.
  • Sam Parker's corpse is found in a garbage chute. However he's identified not only by his wife Helen, but also by a fiancée, who only knew him as ‘bachelor’ Jake Holland. Also under this second identity he got his present job, at a company which overtook by mans of innovation his first employer's. His brother-in-law found out and was due a big loan. Meanwhile Becket accepts to supervise Alexis's police internship.
  • When an art dealer is gunned down in his gallery, Castle & Beckett discover that a bullet is inexplicably missing from the crime scene. The mystery is deepened by an amnesiac who witnessed the crime but can't remember what he saw or even who he is.
  • When Castle and Beckett are called to a wedding to investigate the death of a bridesmaid, Castle is stunned to discover that the soon-to-be bride is his old flame, Kyra, “the one that got away.” Complications ensue as Kyra, caught off-guard by Castle's reappearance in her life, wonders if she's marrying the right guy. With the nuptials forestalled and the entire wedding party under suspicion, Beckett questions Castle's ability to be objective about the case. But when it looks to Beckett like Castle and Kyra might rekindle their romance, her judgment may be compromised…
  • While investigating the death of an Irish mobster, Beckett and Castle uncover a local turf war that may be connected to both a late-night infomercial guru and an international drug smuggling operation. But the case turns agonizingly personal when evidence emerges that the killer they're chasing may have had a hand in Beckett's mother's murder.
  • Mysteries abound when a family returns from vacation to discover a dead man in their daughter's bed. Thinking they're investigating the murder of a squatter, Castle and Beckett soon find themselves unraveling a multi-million dollar heist. Meanwhile, Castle tries to keep Beckett from finding out that they've been romantically linked when he's featured as one of New York's 10 most eligible bachelors.
  • Retired baseball star Cano Vega is murdered on a Spanish Harlem community field he ands some team mates sponsor, skull smashed with a bat. He had $200,000 loan shark debts and his wife believed him adulterous. Yet she and dodgy agent Bobby Fox point at Alfredo Quintana, editor of a Cuban diaspora magazine which called him a traitor after a visit to Castro's Cuba, which he was a refugee from. he was beaten by a team mate, but there's more to the Cuban connection.
  • When a half-naked woman is found covered in caramel sauce and hanging by bondage cuffs in a public park, Castle and Beckett's investigation takes them into New York's underground world of sexual domination. Naturally the case serves as sexy fodder for their already charged relationship banter.
  • In a two-part storyline, Federal Agent Jordan Shaw, an insightful and accomplished Federal investigator, teams up with Castle & Beckett to hunt down a cunning and elusive serial killer.
  • In the second part of the story begun in “Tick, Tick, Tick…,” the serial killer remains at large and is taunting Castle, Beckett and Jordan Shaw to catch him.
  • The investigation into the shocking death of a museum curator, crushed by a falling gargoyle, takes a bizarre turn when Castle and Beckett learn that he isn't the first member of a recent archeological expedition to die. It turns out there was a legend inscribed over the burial chamber the team unearthed warning that “all who gaze upon the face of the mummy are doomed.” Was the curator just the latest victim of “The Mummy's Curse”? And if so, what does that mean for Castle, who snuck a peek at the mummy when no one was looking?
  • Hours after filthy rich comedian and TV show star Bobby Mann asked Castle, one of his guests, for help claiming to fear for his life, he dies from cardiac arrest. Castle insists on an autopsy, which shows a crafty poisoning requiring knowledge of Bobby's medication. The night before, he had visited two of his ex wives, Cindy and Barbara, who have apartments in the same building, and later, he saw his future successor as show host. He was also blackmailed with pictures of him and an apprentice, but by whom? Castle enjoys a hot affair with actress Ellie Monroe, who …
  • Multiple ex-con break in expert Paul Finch is found is his car electrocution-tortured, possibly to accidental death. His widow believes he took on last job after years in the clear, probably the recent Manhattan tunnel bank robbery. The team is delighted to be joined by Javier Esposito's mate from the 54th precinct, handsome hot-shot Tom Demming, from Castle's point of view too much to Becket's taste. The robbery victims include Fred Cana, collector for untouchable crime king Victor Racine, believed to have killed Javier's previous partner Isaac ‘Ike’ Thornton and …
  • A high profile chef is found frozen to death in the kitchen of a hot New York restaurant. Complications ensue when Castle and the restaurant owner, an old high school girlfriend of Beckett's, share an attraction. Meanwhile, Beckett's relationship with Det. Demming continues to grow.
  • A robbery-homicide prompts Beckett to invite Demming to assist on a case, giving Castle a ringside seat to their budding romance. When it becomes clear that the two men have very different ideas about how to proceed, the investigation becomes an unspoken competition for Beckett's attention, one in which each man races to solve the case, as Beckett referees between her two admirers.
  • Nothing is as it seems when Castle and Beckett investigate what appears to be the assassination of an intelligence operative. Meanwhile, Beckett's romance with Demming threatens her relationship with Castle, forcing them to confront their feelings for each other.
  • Beckett hasn't heard from Castle since he left for the Hamptons months ago to finish writing his second Nikki Heat novel, “Naked Heat.” The most Beckett, Ryan and Esposito have seen of Castle is a bookstore standee of him advertising an upcoming book signing. So when Beckett and her team burst into a shadowy apartment on the trail of a murderer, the last thing they expect to see is the real-life Castle standing over a dead woman's body holding a gun. As Castle protests his innocence, Beckett has no choice but to arrest him on suspicion of murder.
  • When a famous psychic is murdered, Beckett and Castle search for her killer while also carrying on a spirited debate on the existence of extrasensory abilities. Evidence mounts on both sides, especially when a letter arrives from the victim, penned the day she was killed and predicting her own death – or was it written by a clever killer, hoping to throw off the investigation?
  • When a coded document hidden by a murdered bail bondsman gets Castle's imagination running wild, Beckett must steer the case back to the violent felons who populated their victim's world - only to discover that maybe Castle's crazy theories aren't so crazy after all. Complicating matters is the surprise arrival of Beckett's ex-partner (now a bounty hunter). As the two reunite over a history that Castle has no part of, Castle is forced to watch the relationship take a turn towards the romantic.
  • Castle and Beckett look into the murder of a young mathematician gunned down with a 200-year-old bullet, sparking some wild theories by Castle about a time-travelling killer. When their investigation uncovers a tricked-out DeLorean and a suspect in Victorian clothing, is it possible Castle's crazy idea has some validity? This winding tale twists through the towers of Wall Street and into the world of a secret steampunk society that embraces the romance and simplicity of the past, while coupling it with the hope and promise of the future.
  • Mysteries abound when pallbearers at a funeral lose control of a surprisingly heavy casket only to have a second unknown woman tumble out along with the original deceased. When Castle and Beckett learn that the victim was a doctor at County Hospital, their investigation takes them into the world of amorous, bed-hopping physicians. Did jealousy turn to murder, or did the doctor's mysterious work outside the hospital lead to her demise? Meanwhile, Castle's relationship with Gina is challenged when she tries to bond with Alexis.
  • When a beautiful woman is found dead in an alley, all clues point to her being a victim of the notorious Triple Killer. The Triple Killer, or 3XK, terrorized New York City four years ago, then mysteriously disappeared. Now he's back. In a deadly battle of wits, Castle and Beckett race against time to stop 3XK before he claims his next victims.
  • Responding to an “Officer Down” emergency call, Castle and Beckett's latest case takes a shocking turn when it's revealed that the victim isn't a cop but a male stripper dressed up as one. The murder leads them into the world of male strip clubs, the hardships of struggling actors, and the price that people pay in pursuit of fame. Did our victim's dreams of stardom get him killed, or was there something more nefarious afoot?
  • While investigating the murder of a NYC subway worker found shot to death in Central Park, Castle and Beckett unexpectedly uncover the shocking and violent abduction of a young boy. Working against the clock, the team must unravel the motives behind the high stakes kidnapping, not just to bring a murderer to justice, but to save the innocent lives that hang in the balance.
  • Astrophysicist Marie Subbarao (35)'s corpse is found, with all symptoms of fatal explosive decompression. Her ex Ted Carter, a colleague at the institute, has an alibi. An SF author friend also points to Castle's remark that everything seems to point to aliens. However the team's digging leads to FBI agent Westfield, whose agency goes to extraordinary lengths to stop their investigation, yet fails to keep from them Chinese Ung Kyu's involvement.
  • When the body of a dockworker turned bar owner is found floating in the East River, Castle and Beckett's investigation takes them into the forgotten tunnels and passageways of turn-of-the-century New York, where they uncover a secret that's been buried since the days of Prohibition. The story celebrates New York bar culture, setting Castle on a quest to preserve history by buying a bar of his very own.
  • Castle's novel “Heat Wave” is being turned into a movie, and the Hollywood hottie cast as the movie's lead, Natalie Rhodes, shows up at Beckett's invitation to better understand the character she's going to play. As our threesome investigates the murder of a high-class matchmaker, Natalie goes to extremes in the name of “character research,” transforming herself into the spitting image of Beckett – much to Castle's delight and Beckett's dismay.
  • When the owner of historic Drake's Magic Shop in New York is found drowned in Houdini's famous water torture tank, Castle and Beckett must delve into the world of magic, magicians and their secrets to find his killer. As part of their investigation, Castle & Beckett meet master magician Tobias Strange. Meanwhile, the magicians aren't the only ones keeping secrets, as a new romantic relationship is revealed for Esposito and Lanie.
  • The detective on Beckett's mother's homicide case is killed after telling her he has information.
  • Lottery-multimillionaire Jay Hixton is shot in the heart at home around midnight. He was apparently forced to open his safe. It contained a gun even butler Reginald Easley didn't know about, which was laid besides him, and a bag, which was taken, containing $100,000 cash and a blue dye bomb, which exploded in a maintenance worker's face. Various suspects arise from Hixton's bizarre generosity, his own murky past and his family, an ex and junkie daughter, and even his winning lottery ticket a year ago.
  • Castle and Beckett find themselves on opposite sides of the case when Castle's old school friend emerges as the prime suspect in his own wife's murder. As they work to solve the crime, Castle comes to realize that one of two terrible things must be true… Either Detective Beckett is about to arrest an innocent man for murder, or his old friend is a cold-blooded killer.
  • Recently US-nationalized Syrian cab driver Amir Alhabi, who runs his own company with cousin Fariq Yusef, is shot in his cab after a 45 tour back to the start point with consulate ‘security attaché’ (spy) Fariq Yusef. Homeland Security Agent Mark Fallon takes charge after his keys lead to a storage unit with cobalt radiation feared to stem from a nuclear weapon. Castle is officially discarded but keeps in the loop, tracing a payment to Amir, which he believes a fake as cover-up, shifting focus to employed cab driver Kevin McCann.
  • Clever Castle's ideas get him and Becket to find the dirty bomb, but locked in a refrigeration car incommunicado. Luckily Ryan and Esposito ignore priority orders to have them found, and hence the bomb's trail. Agent Mark Fallon lifts their official ban from the case and follows Castle's next ideas about identity, widows and an Afghan-military connection. Add Fallon's interrogation zeal and they're just in time to discover the dark motive and find the bomb, but armed and about to explode and wipe out Manhattan.
  • Martha's connections in soap operas prove dangerous as well as practical and sexy when the chief script writer on “Temptation Lane,” which once made Martha's career, is axe-murdered. After wading through theories based on actor career opportunism and private infidelity plus some far-fetched ones, Castle sets a scripted trap.
  • Juror #7 Joe McKusick, who runs a halfway house, drops dead cyanide-poisoned during Otis Williams's high-profile trial for the murder of heiress Lyla Addison, which is thus declared a mistrial. Juror #4 Tony Mueller runs, possibly bribed, but claims he believed Otis's cousin Wardell, who approached him implying a set-up, poisoned Joe, which fits security footage, and he'd be next. Wardell claims to be framed too. The cyanide came not from the court house vending machine coffee but was released from a capsule. The plot thickens further, especially with two …
  • Castle knows of four pizzerias named “Nick,” with various combinations of the predicates terrific and/or authentic. But their owners, bitter rivals, continually sabotage each other with frat pranks. Then a corpse is found in the pizzeria oven, crisped, but killed by previous stabbing. The owner accuses his rivals, but no one is innocent and everyone has a dirty secret. And the victim, a former war correspondent who lost his edge after his daughter died in a car accident, was reporting on them about their “pizza wars.” However, he'd also stumbled across the identity of…
  • College swimming team champion Zack Lindsey, self-made on a partial scholarship, is murdered during a nightly training session and dumped in the pool. Beckett and Castle wade through Zach's, his teammates', his coach's and even retired predecessor Rob ‘Rocket’ Tredwyck dodgy connections, motives and alibis, involving car theft and doping. Meanwhile, Castle soon regrets bringing along his writing protégé Alex Conrad, whom Beckett surprisingly welcomes as eagerly as his crime authors' poker club proves jealously aloof.
  • Mike Royce, Becket's former police mentor, who lost his bounty-hunter license when she arrested him, is murdered while visiting New York, possibly by a fellow passenger from L.A. The captain takes her off the case but she uses extant leave. Castle comes along, having to visit his book's movie set anyway. Informally backed up by Ryan and Esposito, hey soon find Royce must have been after the manufacturer of the dissolving type of bullet he was killed with. The trail of arms-dealings and new crimes leads back to New York, fortunately as LAPD detective Kyle Seeger, who …
  • Mysterious murder occurs during a beauty pageant and the suspects are plentiful.
  • Cop killer Hal Lockwood, whom Becket visited unsuccessfully in jail for months hoping for a lead in her mother Johanna's closed murder case, is released by a faked order into the general population, where he slices fellow rogue cop Gary McCallister's throat, then is helped by fake cops to escape. Becket, his likely next target, receives warnings from her father, Montgomery and Castle. Much helped by Ryan and Esposito, the duo work out there must be a police accomplice and/or mastermind controlling Chuck Ryker, the debt-ridden corrupt jailer who was found murdered at …
  • Castle is grieved when Becket, once regaining health, tells him to leave her time without calling for months. Yet when she returns to work after therapy, Ryan and Esposito tell Castle help them keep the case of her mothers killers going, behind ex-IA by-the-book-Captain Victoria Gates's back. They work out the only remaining angle are bank files lost in a fire, according to decorated officer Rod Halstead definitely no arson. Becket grudgingly passes her gun exam, but can't perform in real danger anymore in their assigned case, the ingeniously staged murder of a rock …
  • Sex offense ex-con Tyler Faris's corpse is found on the street. He was cut in half by sword, in front of a former victim, by a man in superhero uniform, which even Castle didn't recognize as Lonely Vengeance, the hero of an Internet site authored by Sean Etel, a pseudonym. Actually, several people prance around New York in Lonely suits. The team investigates them and Tyler's enemies, such as his former employer Tony ‘The Butcher’ Valtini, thus proving new captain Victoria Gates's lack of confidence in them unwarranted.
  • A medical researcher's body has disappeared from the street where he was fatally shot. Actually the van which collected him thus fulfilled a cryogenics contract, triggered by a death alarm. retrieving the bullet would ‘kill’ the corpse, so a compromise is struck: the severed head remains frozen. That proves the wrong choice, while possible motives are sifted true in the man's complicated personal, medical and scientific life and the project's funding motivation before another crime occurs.
  • Student Jane Herzfeld was fatally shot with the Glock service revolver serial killer 3XK stole from Ryan. Her only dodgy ex, Finn McQueen, has an alibi. Phone records show she was in contact with undercover narcotics detective Seth Carver, who forced her to inform on tutoring pupil Ben Lee's dad Clifford's Chinese drug mob. Castle ingeniously finds some missing links trough prison records.
  • Museum director Hayes is murdered at a special exhibition from which the diamonds-covered, $50,000,000 show-stopper ‘Fist of capitalism’ is missing. Suspects include the owners, the haughty McHugh couple, discretely fighting over a divorce, insurance investigator Serena Kaye, presumably a never caught ‘former’ master thief, and Falco, a British master thief presumably hired by Hayes, who was in dire debt. Serena is key to some dirty tricks.
  • National TV ghost-buster Jack Sinclair is killed on camera while investigating the famous New York McClellan house, site of 8 previous ‘suspicious’ murders. His cameraman Barry Bavetta resigned after a fight that day but has an alibi. Beckett and Esposito being skeptics, Castle mainly teams up with Ryan. The root of Sinclair's fear for the house and its very architecture prove key to discovering both another older murder and a list of present suspects, enabling to set a fitting trap.
  • Accompanying Martha to the bank, where she pigheadedly refuses his financial help, Castle's speculations over the phone with Becket that surgical mask-equipped customers may be robbers proves correct when everyone is held at gun-point. The call makes Becket the inexperienced hostage negotiator. Castle works out and manages to communicate both crucial and puzzling information. The hostage-chapter ends spectacularly abruptly, only to launch a very different hunt for the brain, who wasn't after cash at all.
  • Atlantic City (New Jersey) hotel-casino co-owner Sam Seigel's corpse is found in an abandoned New York warehouse. Captain Victoria Gates keeps Becket in the office to test her skills ‘without Castle’s help'. The boys appreciate female absence as Ryan owes them a bachelor's party, but Javier's logical place as best man was already taken by the bride's teenage brother. Marino's partner Charlie Turner and his security expert Daniel Sullivan cooperative until the team gets close, linking the murder to the mob and employee Nadine Espinoza's disappearance. Turner throws the…
  • Shortly after a kindergarten teacher about to marry, a lawyer is expertly sniper-killed on a Manhattan street, without apparent link. Esposito's sharp-shooter training proves handy for the case and to help Becket deal with the rekindled trauma of her near-fatal shooting. Castle and his daughter's art course work out the only clues left at the distant sniper hideouts, cuttings from Renaissance paintings, each alluding to the next murder site. After a third target survives, Castle works out a superficial point in common and postulates a tragic motive.
  • When Castle and Beckett wake up in bed, handcuffed together, in a locked room with no memory of how they got there, they must piece together the mystery of where they are and why, all while trying to escape. But as the two of them adjust to being shackled together, what's the biggest threat they face… the people who abducted them or each other? Meanwhile, Ryan, Esposito and Gates are left to investigate their disappearance in a case where all is not what it seems.
  • A man's naked corpse seems to have fallen to his death, but a toxin killed him first. The modestly payed company employee turns out to be a serial seducer, who mysteriously deviated from his usual MO to pretend being a rich man. While disease grows over groom Ryan's future, Castle comes up with alternative, business-related motives and suspects on top of many scorned women.
  • When a woman is found murdered in her car, Beckett and her team's investigation leads them directly to City Hall… specifically to the Mayor, Robert Weldon, who happens to be a friend of Castle's, which could also jeopardize Castle's continued involvement with the NYPD.
  • Dog trainer Francisco Pilar is murdered after a disputed ruling in the Manhattan dog show. Castle gets the Labrador he was training adopted as team mascot till further notice, and his nosy proves quite useful. Airhead reality TV star Kay Cappuccio, the last seen in Pilar's tent, has a motive, but was he or she spied on by the camera planted in the dog's collar and why is there a customs undercover agent?
  • Castle senses a detective mystery manuscript found in the effects of a murdered modern-day treasure hunter is the key trough the jewel at stake, a blue diamonds-composed blue butterfly necklace. As the team works out the story situated in 1947 in the same now derelict music club, then Mahattan's place to be, involving murder, gangsters and theft, they work out the true parts and identities of culprits and victims.
  • The team's reputation is dented when Thomas Gage, a ruthless murderer whose identity proves totally faked, not only acts smug when arrested, but manages, as cryptically predicted, to escape and steal all evidence plus sensitive data from the NYPD computer. He's not only ahead of Castle and Becket to commit another murder, they are both abducted to a secret, deep CIA HQ, where Castle reconnects with Sophia Turner and their classified espionage past. The three team up and discover it's all about brilliant mathematical scientist Nelson Blakely, whose death was staged …
  • CIA agent Sophia Turner sidetracks the sleuths, but only to throw off Becket, welcoming Castle's input. Thomas Gage however reappears, is caught, escapes and convinces Castle of his innocence. The NYPD team finds out there must by a CIA traitor and tries at all cost to prevent the apocalyptic plan being launched by kidnapping a girl, painstakingly identified as the daughter of a very influential Chinese tycoon and party king-maker. Thereafter, Castle must deal with the cleverly elusive traitor.
  • One by one, successful career women, in party costumes from the same shop, are poisoned and staged murdered in ways, to fit the Grimm fairy tail characters of Red Riding Hood, Snow White and Sleeping Beauty, except that the last survives. They also each withdrew the same cash amount, apparently blackmailed for a hit-and-run they committed as college mates.
  • During Charles Carson's TV knockout show “A Night of Dance”, spoiled-rotten rich girl Odette Morton, who made it to the semi-final, is murdered in her easily accessible lodge. Suspects include a previously knocked-out candidate who is now automatically restored, the presenter and someone he had a secret with. But forensic evidence shows Odette's very true identity was a big secret shared with some people from her past, which includes another murder.
  • The FBI commandeers the NYPD detectives for little more then leg work after a bomb explodes during an anti-globalist demonstration. Castle is asked by the captain as sharp observer. Sifting trough mountains of witness depositions, he sets their own team o the right track after the FBI arrests the wrong suspect.
  • A devilishly handsome detective from Scotland Yard, Simon Hunt, teams up with Castle and Beckett to find the person responsible for the murder of his friend's daughter. Also, Castle and Beckett suspect Nigel Winthrop, the Deputy General at the British Consulate, is up to more than just ambassadorial balls and diplomatic luncheons. Meanwhile, Lanie convinces Beckett that she needs to make a move on Castle before it is too late.
  • Castle finally gets Becker, who admits so only in therapy, she may have made him wait too long when he teams up for an investigation with her colorful colleague detective inspector Ethan Slaughter, a cowboy style bulldog, who was assigned multiple decapitated Jamaican corpses from the Irish Westies gang member Brian Reilly's maverick son. Allthough uncomfortable with the ruffian style, gentleman sleuth Castle proves his value while they discard a simple gang war and focus on newcomer Cesar Vales's Mexican gang. Castle not only repeatedly appeals to his former team, …
  • Castle and Beckett investigate the murder of a man covered in human bite marks apparently caused by a Zombie attack.
  • The murder of a Latino army veteran ex-con, ex-Lobos-street gang member quickly links to a break-in in the late captain's home, to steal only and all his old police files, and yields the fingerprints of the sniper who nearly killed Becket. Castle realizes continuing the investigation will draw him back and probably cost her life by squashing his deal with deep throat. Her refusal to back down causes a break up with Castle, who still saves her life last minute and Gates suspends both her and Esposito for continuing an unauthorized investigation in a case assigned to …
  • After four seasons of “will they” or “won't they,” Richard Castle and Kate Beckett finally gave in to their feelings for each other in the much anticipated Season 4 finale. Season 5 picks up on the proverbial morning after, with Castle and Beckett facing new questions – Was this a one-time fling, or are they now a couple? But before they find the answers, they must take on the forces responsible for Beckett's mother's murder that now threaten Kate Beckett's life.
  • Beckett is finally back to the NYPD after serving her suspension, and concerned about keeping her relationship with Castle a secret in the workplace. The team is baffled with the murder of local celebrity WHNY's weather girl Mandy Michaels, because there is no apparent motive for the murder. As the investigation progresses, Castle takes playing single in public in order to advert suspicion on the relationship a little bit too much to heart as he goes on a date with Kristina Kotera, WHNY's sexy celebrity interviewer, the woman who doesn't take no for an answer. This, …
  • Wendy Dupree, murdered at home, wrote a clue in her blood. When Castle realizes it's no word but a number, it leads, in combination with her phone records, to a storage compartment, about to be auctioned, rented by her brother Wendell, an ex-con, who died in a suspicious accident a few months earlier. He was employed as driver by socialite Anjelica Henley, who recently reported a super-valuable diamond, stolen in a robbery, focus of further criminal intrigues. The earlier past provides the crucial clues, while Castle and his mother worry about Alexis's impending …
  • Castle and Beckett plan a romantic weekend away in the Hamptons, but their trip turns sour when a dying man stumbles into their swimming pool. Castle is intrigued by the case and Beckett follows his lead, knowing that they will not be able to enjoy their weekend until the crime is solved. The trail leads to a retired mobster, Vincent Cardono, a drug syndicate smuggling methamphetamine out of the Hamptons, and a corrupt police deputy. Meanwhile, Ryan and Esposito try to find out who Beckett's boyfriend is. Ryan discovers Castle and Beckett's secret relationship while …
  • After insurance broker Lloyd Kurtzman's employee Tessa is murdered at home, evidence piles up, all pointing at Castle, who denies knowing her, let alone having had an affair. Although none of the team can believe him guilty, they must arrest the sole suspect. Only then, vindictive serial killer Jerry Tyson manifests himself, promising Castle won't survive jail, which call for a radical solution.
  • 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.
  • Castle and Becket are engaged. Becket starts FBI training in Washington DC and is assigned to a case. Someone broke into a secured building and may have stolen codes. Castle flies to DC and exposed to deadly gas. The code theft was a diversion.
  • Esposito & Ryan investigate a former TV star's murdered. But Becket & her boss take over the case and do not want Esposito & Ryan involved. The guys ask Castle to get information from Becket because they want to solve it before the FBI.
  • A woman wakes to find her boyfriend murdered in her apartment. She eludes police and takes hostages and waits for Castle to help her. Castle believes she has been framed, and works with the team to prove her innocence.
  • The team investigates the ritual murder of a woman. Symbols on the woman's body and the items left in her apartment seem reminiscent of The Da Vinci Code. Alexis and Pi have moved to their own apartment. Castle finds it hard to accept.
  • Alexis volunteers in a criminal review organization to help prove a man was wrongly accused of murder 15 years ago. With his execution scheduled in three days, Alexis asks her father to bring a new look at the evidence.
  • A renown relationship therapist is murdered. The team investigate a couple whose files are missing from the office, and find a perfect, priceless, 100-karat diamond is at the heart of the mystery.
  • When a woman who looks very similar to Lanie is murdered, the team thinks the killer may be targeting members of the 12th precinct.
  • A dying man leaves a baby with a priest; Castle and Beckett end up taking care of the baby while they investigate.
  • Castle and Beckett must find a serial arsonist as Ryan and Esposito struggle for their life in a building set on fire.
  • Castle and Beckett have to deal with the sudden appearance of Castle's father while solving the murder of a computer hacker who was working for the covert agent.
  • When a rising young pop star is found dead in an alley, Castle and Beckett delve into the victim's out-of-control hard-partying lifestyle, but as they dig deeper, a shocking revelation threatens to rock their investigation.
  • The murder of a PA at a top fashion magazine brings Castle and Beckett face to face with a tangled web of suspicion and corporate politics - and with the magazine's formidable editor, who still remembers Beckett's brief career as a model.
  • Castle and Beckett investigate the death of a mean high school girl at one of Castle's alma maters. Castle is thrilled when he discovers that it might be the work of a teenage telekinetic.
  • Castle and Beckett are baffled when a confused woman with an unshakable alibi gives a detailed and convincing confession to a murder. Then a second person walks into the precinct and makes the same confession. And then a third.
  • Beckett is recruited to assist on a Narcotics investigation, but a routine mission turns deadly when an undercover operation goes awry. To survive, Beckett must engage in a battle against some of the most dangerous men in the New York underworld - including a powerful enemy from her past.
  • Investigating the killing of a Japanese ballerina, Castle and Beckett find a shrine with the murder weapon in an old factory. Then, when the two are separated, Castle is ambushed by a hooded attacker bearing all the hallmarks of a ninja.
  • Investigating the death of a Wall Street trader leads Castle and Beckett to discover that the victim was an undercover informant for the U.S. Attorney's office.
  • When construction workers uncover a mobster's body buried in concrete for 35 years, Castle and Beckett must try to talk to a fellow mafioso so stricken with grief that he lives as a recluse in a Seventies time-warp.
  • A promising professional skateboarder is killed by a motorcyclist, so Castle and Beckett dive into the world of extreme sports to investigate the murder.
  • A man Beckett has been secretly following is found dead - and then a notorious criminal involved in the first death is killed with Beckett's own gun. Faced with an elaborate frame-up, she has no choice but to run.
  • The wait is finally over for Caskett as the wedding day approaches. Kate discovers that she's still married to her college sweetheart, and visits him to get a divorce. But he has problems of his own, bigger than anyone could imagine.
  • Kate Beckett is faced with the toughest case of her career after finding Castle's car engulfed in flames.
  • While the team investigates the murder of a toy company CEO, Castle uncovers a lead to his mysterious disappearance, launching him into a dangerous investigation of his own.
  • When a pool shark is murdered by an unseen force, Castle and Beckett uncover evidence that the killer may have paranormal powers. Meanwhile, Castle and Beckett attempt to get their lives back to normal following his disappearance.
  • Beckett and Castle investigate the shooting of an ice cream vendor and clues lead them to suspect that an unknown second grade child might be able to help them solve the case; Castle goes undercover at a school to try and find the student.
  • When a web celebrity is murdered, Castle and Beckett explore the flashy world of internet fame, but when the killer posts pictures from the crime scene on a photo-sharing site, they realise they are up against a social media sociopath who may strike again.
  • When Castle gets knocked out while tracking some criminals with Becket, he wakes up to a world in which he and Kate have never met.
  • When Castle and Beckett learn that a murder victim may have been poisoned at an Old West-style resort, they visit the resort posing as newlyweds to uncover the truth.
  • When Castle and Beckett stumble upon a wanted terrorist as a prime suspect, the NYPD goes on a manhunt, and the consequences could be deadly for one member of the team.
  • After Castle finds out that his most beloved 1980's movie star has been murdered, he and Beckett receive aid from a group of older action heroes, and investigate the man's heavily guarded past in hopes that it will lead them to his killer.
  • Castle works for a mafia don to solve the murder of a mob doctor. Esposito has dinner with Lanie and her parents.
  • Castle becomes a Private Investigator and tries to solve a case before the precinct can.
  • While Beckett and her team investigate the murder of a young telenovela actress, Castle is hired by the show's star to follow the case from a different angle.
  • Castle is hired to uncover whether a client's husband is having an affair, but the case takes a shocking turn when Castle witnesses the client's murder - by her husband. But with no proof that the killing took place, Castle and Beckett must investigate to expose the truth.
  • The serial killer Jerry Tyson known as 3XK is back and Castle and Beckett find themselves face to face with him at the precinct. Can they put him away for good?
  • NYPD is in search of Beckett while 3XK calmly plays with them.
  • When an astronaut in a Mars simulation is killed, Castle and Beckett don spacesuits and enter the simulation to investigate. Much to their surprise, it seems no one inside and no one outside could have committed the murder.
  • A Hong Kong Detective works with Beckett and Castle on the murder of an ex-con turned tow truck driver.
  • Detective Ryan ends up in the middle of an assassination plot when he is on the security detail of a charismatic congressman; Castle and Beckett help Ryan investigate.
  • Beckett and Castle are faced with a large list of possible suspects when a personal injury attorney known as Richie “The Pitbull” Falco is murdered; a shocking secret deepens the mystery surrounding Richie's death.
  • A mysterious recurring dream drives Castle and Beckett to seek answers about the two-month period when he went missing. But their search for the truth has deadly consequences.
  • As Castle and Alexis travel to London, their routine flight turns deadly when the plane's Air Marshal is found murdered. With the help of Beckett on the ground, Castle and Alexis race against time to find the killer before he carries out his fateful plan.
  • The creator of a sketch-comedy show is murdered, and the investigation yields a surprising secret.
  • A death occurs in the woods and Castle becomes obsessed with the case because it reminds him of a pivotal event in his childhood. Beckett reaches a turning point in her life.
  • A call from a mysterious stranger ignites an explosive chain of events; the story is told from Castle's perspective as he searches for Beckett.
  • Beckett receives a tip and ends up launched into a fight for her life with mercenaries on her trail. Castle tries to figure out why his wife is on the run.
  • Castle poses as a college professor so he can investigate the gruesome murder of a student while trying to win back the love he thinks he lost in Beckett.
  • When Castle's idol, a famously reclusive author, turns up dead, Castle is determined to solve his hero's murder. But as he and Beckett dig deeper, they discover that truth is stranger than fiction.
  • 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.
  • While Beckett is out of town, Castle becomes involved with Detective Slaughter in a case where a hi-tech chip has been stolen and one of Slaughter's informants is murdered.
  • In order to hunt down the brutal murderer of a grifting seducer, Castle and Beckett must investigate New York's elite. Meanwhile, Castle plans to surprise Beckett on their one-year wedding anniversary.
  • Castle and Beckett investigate the murder of a cruise ship entertainer, only to find themselves trapped at sea with the killer.
  • When a corpse is discovered in the theater of Martha's latest show, Castle and Beckett's investigation reveals suprising details about the world of competitive a capella.
  • When Castle takes the stand as the key witness to a murder new information suddenly arises forcing Beckett to race to prevent a miscarriage of justice.
  • The son of a Russian diplomat is murdered; during the investigation Castle entertains a jovial Russian security guard who turns out to be more involved in the case than expected
  • The Blame Game: Castle is abducted and forced to solve deranged puzzles and mind games with strangers; Beckett and the 12th precinct race to save Castle
  • Beckett and the 12th Precinct look into the murder of an English as a Second Language student. When the victim's class won't talk to the police, Castle goes undercover as a French Canadian immigrant and learns the victim was more than he seemed.
  • Castle returns to L.A to find out more about the missing time related to his abduction, when The Greatest Detective Society contacts him and requests his assistance in solving a murder.
  • Castle tells Beckett of the video he found of himself in Hollywood. Meanwhile, the NYPD investigates the murder of a police academy student shot dead by a gun belonging to the academy.
  • After an armored car driver is killed and some of the money it was carrying stolen, details of the heist start to ring a bell for Esposito regarding a previous theft of gold coins nine years earlier. Also, Beckett officially moves back in with Castle but is starting to feel that Castle's home network AI, Lucy does not have as much love for her as he does.
  • The murder of a man connected to smuggling Turkish relics sends Castle, Beckett and the 12th Precinct on a search for a stolen antique believed to be Aladdin’s lamp, in hopes that it can lead them to the killer.
  • After Hayley does a favor for an old friend, she finds herself implicated in a killing and cyber-terror attack. Now, Beckett and Castle must rush to solve the case and clear Hayley’s name
  • When a mild mannered safety inspector for the city miraculously survives a poisoning, it might be luck; but when he survives another, it’s a mystery Castle and Beckett will have to solve.
  • After a movie star turned theater actor is mysteriously killed, Castle and Beckett go backstage and learn the star had more to worry about than just his lines.
  • When an axe-wielding, escaped psychiatric inmate drops dead in Castle’s P.I. office, Castle and Beckett’s investigation leads Castle to suspect the victim’s death could be the work of the Antichrist.
  • With their best lead in hand, Castle and Beckett are ready to take on LokSat. But an unforeseen twist puts their case – and their lives – in jeopardy.

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