The season 7 premiere opens with Castle's car crash.
The investigation of the death of a ladies' man causes problems on Ryan's wedding day.
The team has their toughest case ever when a sniper on a killing spree in New York City has no apparent motive. The case is especially hard on Beckett as she tries to hide her progressive PTSD moments which are surfacing.
A crew of bank robbers disguised as classic television doctors take hostages which include Castle and Martha. But things are complicated by the fact that Beckett's on the outside having her every move scrutinized by a hostage negotiator and Castle's on the inside with information that the hostages are just a distraction for a more ominous plan.
We can't just... pick where we left off, can we?
A wounded Kate gets reason to believe Castle.
Mr. Castle! Just what the hell do you think you're doing?!
Kate never thought she'd see him again.
Castle Sneak Peek
You earned this! Here's the sequence fans unlocked on Twitter.
Moderator and TV host Tom Bergeron and series creator/executive producer Andrew W. Marlowe comment on the marketing tactic of publishing a Richard Castle novel, "Heat Wave," in real life.
Series creator/executive producer Andrew W. Marlowe says that season three has been about secrets. Cast member Nathan Fillion (Richard Castle) says that his "Firefly" co-star Adam Baldwin will guest star as Detective Slaughter later this season.
Series creator/executive producer Andrew W. Marlowe introduces some of the show's writers. Marlowe talks about an episode's journey from an idea to the writer's room to the set, and says it is a collaborative process.
Castle - 'TICK, TICK, TICK...'
Castle sneak peek.
Cast member Tamala Jones (Lanie Parish) compares kissing Jon Huertas (Javier Esposito) to kissing Nathan Fillion (Richard Castle). Susan Sullivan (Martha Rodgers) says that her real-life mother was an inspiration for her character.
Castle: A Rose for Everafter
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