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Picked Up For A New Season - Make Sure Your Don't Miss Castle

Castle is easily one of my favorite shows. Hopefully it will have many more seasons. After ordering the Comcast HD Triple Play, I'm especially excited about the upcoming shows.

You may wonder how a new mystery/detective series could get you to watch when network and cable TV is saturated with them. Nathan Fillion is the star luminary in the cast, playing the part of Richard Castle Can this really be the same person who played Dr.Pomattor in Waitress? Not doubt it is the same person who played Captain Hammer in 'Dr. Horrible's Sing Along'. Invoking the spirit of Phillip Marlowe, Castle will play with all your emotions with a powerful mix of comedy, mystery and romance. Women who are fans of the genre will find a lot to admire as well. The heroine of the show is detective Kate Beckett, portrayed by actress Stana Katic. She has earned a role co-starring in her own show, after playing parts in various episodes of other shows. Add to that Castle's daughter, Alexis (Molly C. Quinn), and his mother, Martha Heath (Susan Sullivan) and a police force filled with well-portrayed supporting actors.

However, the powerful writing is what drives this great show. The pilot was well done by Andrew W. Marlowe, Barry Schindel, David Grae and Charles Murray. I thought that the plot developments, interesting crimes, and interplay among the characters couldn't keep going a lot longer. I have been wrong.

Driving the show is the tension filled drama between the two lead characters, Castle and Beckett. He is a popular author who has been permitted to keep an eye on Beckett, despite her misgivings. Castle redeems himself with Beckett even though he often gets in the way, speaks out of turn and manages to be annoying. Little by little, Beckett is learning to rely upon his input, as well as his risk-taking, and care about him. And he has small ways of endearing himself to the staff, such as buying them a very upscale coffee machine.

Adding to the mix are Castle's mother and daughter who couldn't be different. His mom acts immature, has entitlement issues and needs to be seen. The young girl is wiser than her age would suggest, supportive of her father, limiting the power of her grandma. Castle is a dedicated dad who frets without reason (so far) for Alexis. She is one of the best actors in the series. Expect to see Molly for years to come.

I have come to believe that HDTV is the best way to view all my favorite television shows like Castle, and I look forward to the increased sound and picture quality. I found a terrific plan online where I can bundle Digital Cable, High Speed Internet, and one-price Digital Voice into a single, easy-to-pay, inexpensive plan. Beyond Digital Cable with HD, I can't wait to try out my new broadband internet service from Comcast. I could neither view videos online nor hear songs because my obsolete DSL connection responded too slowly. Now, this will no longer be a problem. Now I don't have to deal with minute by minute charges, due to Comcast Digital Voice. I can talk to whoever I want, local or long distanceFind Article, anywhere in the country and only have one low bill. If you are in a Comcast serviceable area you should definitely look at the best deals they're offering right now. These promotions won't last forever!

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