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They are partners, whether she likes it or not. Castle: The Complete First Season is the romantic, clever dramedy that is reminiscent of Moonlighting with romantic tension between Castle, a crime novelist and Detective Beckett as they work in a unique way to solve crimes and mysteries.
Bonus Feautres Include: Hardboiled: Genesis of the show, Chemistrry: Experience Nathan and Stana's chemistry on and off the screen, bloopers, deleted scenes, commentaries
One of the best shows to emerge midway through the 2008-2009 TV season, Castle has a cast and a sense of humor that set it apart from the normal police procedural. Nathan Fillion plays Rick Castle, a bestselling author of pulpy crime novels who's called in to assist the New York police when a serial killer begins committing copycat murders based on situations in his books. Castle helps crack the case, then decides to kill off his longtime character and create a new one, named "Nikki Heat," and research her by shadowing Det. Kate Beckett (Stana Katic). Much to her irritation, he pulls strings with the mayor's office to embed himself in the department, and helps her solve a wide range of whodunits, including a woman drowned in a bath tub full of motor oil, another frozen and suspended at a construction site, and a corpse stuck in a clothes dryer. To alleviate the grim proceedings, Fillion is in his element as the wisecracking Castle, while adding another ray of sunshine is Castle's impossibly likeable teenage daughter, Alexis (Molly Quinn), who lives with Castle and his mom (Susan Sullivan), a former Broadway star. Castle's circle of poker buddies includes veteran TV writer-producer Stephen J. Cannell and author James Patterson playing themselves. Like many (or most) he-and-she cop shows, there's an element of "Will they or won't they…?", but the beautiful Katic keeps Castle at bay by radiating cool. Clearly she's a woman who wants to separate herself from her emotionally draining and predominantly male job, so it makes it all the more enjoyable when she momentarily steps out of that mode, such as an impromptu appearance at his book signing. Much to the relief of Fillion fans who feared their man was a show killer after the aborted runs of such shows as Firefly and Drive, Castle was renewed for a second, full season. --David Horiuchi
I purchased multiple seasons of, "Castle," (sold and shipped, directly from Amazon). I received top quality discs, at a great price, with fast delivery! Thank you! Read morePublished 5 days ago by Nancy C.
Although I like Nathan Fillion, in this series he is playing as Malcolm Reynolds, detective novelist in 21st Century New York City. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Loves RPGs
I laugh, I cry, I root for the good guys. even got my sister hooked on Castle!Published 9 days ago by A. Whelchel
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|Castle vs. Bones||
I prefer Castle. I liked Bones for a while, but about the time the lab geek became a serial-killer in training (sorry for the spoiler) I felt as if the show just went off course.
have watched it recently and it seems better, that new young kid, Sweets, has been written into the show better and... Read More
Feb 7, 2010 by Timothy Fitzgerald | See all 10 posts
|Tonight Castle breaks out his Malcolm Reynolds outfit!!!!||
I know, I totally saw that too, and laughed out loud! I fell in love with Mal from Firefly, and now it's great watching another one of Nathan Fillion's characters really come to life. Mal's "costume" brought back good memories, and I'm glad someone else was as excited as I was :D
Oct 26, 2009 by Erin | See all 4 posts
Recently, Disney and Warner Brothers have been using the O-Ring AND Digital Copy only for the first-run, highest price point release. Subsequent production runs will not include these items; I guess this makes first-week purchase necessary for the collector. Hope that helps! Oh, and I noticed... Read More
Feb 12, 2010 by Leonard Huang | See all 3 posts
|Will this be released in blu-ray?||
I won't buy it unless it's on Blu-ray and I love this show so much. I watched it in high-def on TV and I won't settle for a SD dvd.
Sep 7, 2009 by David Neal | See all 19 posts
|language besides english?||
Hi there! I'm interested in getting this so as there was no informaton on Amazon.com I decided to check elsewhere. I don't know if you already bought this set or got your answer elsewhere but if that's the case then I'll leave this as help to others interested about audio and subtitles. This is... Read More
Mar 31, 2010 by Ina | See all 4 posts
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