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All 23 episodes from the sixth season of the American crime drama following mystery writer Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion). In this series, Castle and Detective Kate Beckett (Stana Katic)'s relationship becomes more serious despite her taking a new job at the Attorney General's office in Washington DC. When Castle finds his life is in danger after being exposed to a deadly toxin Beckett and her new partner Rachel McCord (Lisa Edelstein) have less than 24 hours to locate the antidote. The episodes are: 'Valkyrie', 'Dreamworld', 'Need to Know', 'Number One Fan', 'Time Will Tell', 'Get a Clue', 'Like Father, Like Daughter', 'A Murder Is Forever', 'Disciple', 'The Good, the Bad and the Baby', 'Under Fire', 'Deep Cover', 'Limelight', 'Dressed to Kill', 'Smells Like Teen Spirit', 'Room 147', 'In the Belly of the Beast', 'The Way of the Ninja', 'The Greater Good', 'That '70s Show', 'Law and Boarder', 'Veritas' and 'For Better Or Worse'.
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The season picks up at the season five cliffhanger. Author Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion), unaware that Detective Kate Beckett (Stana Katic) has decided to take a job with the FBI in DC, proposed to her. In typical Castle fashion, the response was equally parts funny and touching. The result is that we get a season of Castle and Beckett planning a wedding. (Really, did you expect her to say no? The whole premise of this show is about their relationship.) However, Beckett also takes the job with the FBI, and we spend a few episodes with that before things get back to normal.
Normal, of course, being Castle following Beckett around helping her solve murders in New York City and getting ideas for his Nikki Heat books. Over the course of the season, they solve such mysteries as a former TV star, a case the FBI is interested in. There’s a case where their prime suspect claims to be from the future. Someone is killing the doppelgangers of the members of the precinct. There’s a murder at Castle’s high school (well, one of his high schools). And Who do they believe when multiple people confess to a murder knowing details only the killer would know.
Nathan Fillion decided as the season began that he wanted to work fewer hours, a move I can understand since being the lead in a show and pretty much in every scene can make for a very exhausting schedule.Read more ›
This fun sixth year picks up where we left it, in a playground to deal with the small matter of a marriage proposal. From there we get a brief change of scenery which brings a bit of freshness before we settle back into the comfortable routine of madcap murder mysteries. All the usual characters are present and correct with a few new faces and the odd blast from the past.
This years highlights include a hostage crisis, time travel, doppelgängers, babies, telekinesis and ninja assassins. Some of its rather serious (including the resurrection of an old long running plot line) but mostly it's the usual blend of ingenious/preposterous comedic cases. As before it all makes for entertaining, fast paced, 40 minute doses of crime littered with a blur of false leads and red herrings before our team inevitably get their man. And what a team they are, led by the always brilliant Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic.
Overall I think it maybe doesn't reach the peaks of seasons 3 and 4 (my personal faves) but it's still never less than entertaining. Top stuff.
Great series. Fun and interesting - how they manage to maintain such an eclectic range of storylines is amazing.
Real feel-good television - and suitable to watch with the whole family (although possibly only 12+ would really
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fine. It arrived on time and in brand new condition. Which is what it was.Published 25 days ago by Berneeeze
I love this series, every episode is a laugh & a mystery, great entertainment !Published 2 months ago by Michelle
Despite it being cheesy and full of hastened denouements Castle never ceases to entertain. Charismatic characters, odd situations, and fun. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tony J Pullen