Castle it is an American Crime-Drama TV series created by Andrew W. Marlowe for ABC. Creator Andrew Marlowe left nothing to chance with this, knowing full well that no matter how great a character is, it is nothing without a good background story and some fascinating support players. Here they come in the form of Rick Castle’s teenage daughter Alexis (Molly C. Quinn), who of course is the true “adult” in their relationship – probably their way of rebelling against their adorable father who nevertheless lives the style of Life of a man Half his age, and his temporary roommate, who also happens to be his mother, former stage star and screen Martha Rodgers (Susan Sullivan in a twist that makes Shirley MacLaine in POSTAL FROM THE RIBBON They look like a scruffy matron). Once you meet Martha, Rick’s personality suddenly makes perfect sense.
CASTLE wants to be a mix of the three, and fortunately one of the most valuable weapons in his arsenal is the rakish charm of its main character, former FIREFLY star Nathan Fillion. I can count the number of actors on one side who can pull the “lovely rascal” vibrator in a way that never gets old, and Nathan can make those guys in his dream. (And he probably has.) But he also knows how to modulate them when the occasion warrants it, and where in his previous role as Captain Mal Reynolds he could definitely play the bad-ass card when necessary, here as the bad boy, the party animal and the bestseller novelist Rick Castle, It’s much less serious. Bored with the police character who has been his bread and butter for a chain of crime thrillers, Rick has decided in his last tome to blow up the brains of his hero, thus making a continuation of the series a little difficult to say. . It would not be a problem if the laid-back Lothario would not suddenly face up to an important case of writer’s block. But inspiration comes in the most fortuitous way if it is unlikely.