Castle, Revenge, Glee and 17 Other Shows That Simply Ran Too Long
“It was still a good show, but I wish it had ended a season or two earlier. ”
If you’ve ever uttered a sentence like that READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
Was Castle Reveal Random? Did Flash Telegraph Death? Was POI Sex Good for You? Ballsy Outlander? And More Qs!
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Castle, Empire, Grey’s Anatomy and Legends of Tomorrow! READ MORE
ABC Boss on Castle and Nashville Cuts, Shorter Breaks, the Future of #TGIT
Speaking to the press in her first Upfronts Week conference call since succeeding Paul Lee as the president of ABC Entertainment, Channing Dungey weighed in on the very recent decisions to end both Castle and Nashville. READ MORE
Ratings: Castle Series Finale Delivers Season Highs
ABC’s Castle closed out its eight-season run on Monday with 7.8 million total viewers and a 1.3 rating, rising 16 percent and two tenths week-to-week to deliver season highs. Versus its previous finale READ MORE
Castle Series Finale Recap: Always... and Forever — Plus, Rewatch the Emotions-Stirring, Special Final Scene
ABC’s very recently cancelled Castle closed what would be its final chapter on Monday night, ending its eight-season run with an alternate epilogue that was filmed just in case this turned out to be Rick and Kate’s swan song. READ MORE & GRADE IT
Castle Series Finale: EPs Thank Fans for Watching 'A Love Story for the Ages'
What to Watch: Castle and Mike & Molly Series Finales, Jane's Wedding, Fishy Gotham, Bates Motel Closes and More
On TV this Monday: Castle and Mike & Molly come to an end, Jane the Virgin takes a walk down the aisle, Bates Motel checks out for the season and Gotham reels Fish back in. READ MORE
Castle Cancelled: Stana Katic Pens Note to Fans, and Other Cast Reactions
TV's Bloody Thursday: 12 Shows Cancelled — Which One Hurt the Most?
The bloodshed appears to be over — for now.
A total of 12 broadcast series were dispatched to TV’s graveyard on Thursday as the major networks began cleaning house in advance of next week’s fall presentations (aka the Upfronts). READ MORE & VOTE