Meet the Fan: Castle Fan Jennifer
We are about one-third of the way into TV season, and Pop Culture Nexus wants to know how shows are doing so we asked the experts. YOU! The fans.
Read what Castle super fan, Jennifer, had to say about the show’s season so far. Tweet Jennifer at @jennlynn1025
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Castle is in its sixth season. How do you think it is doing? Is it living up to your expectations or is it a disappointment?
I am loving everything about this season. I was really worried at first, when Castle and Beckett were separated, but I knew they’d have a hard time incorporating the collaborative nature of the two with them a part. I loved the way they were brought back together, with Beckett standing up and defending her morals! I hate the tension between Castle and Alexis, but I am very curious to see how it all pans out. Young love is a struggle, and I think they’re giving us a situation more and more parents are faced with these days. I love the way the fans can relate!
What has been your favorite moment this season?
Thus far, I have to say I was captivated the moment it was said Castle only had 24 hours to live. That play on our emotions [and] the extreme tension that was instantly introduced was fantastic. It was one of those, “I CANNOT LOOK AWAY FROM THE TV,” moments.
If you could tell the producers and writers to include or change one thing this season, what would it be?
Honestly, when I watch the show, I am blown away by the creativity. I’m jealous of the ability of the writers’ to come up with the murders that they do. I’m a hopeless romantic, so I guess the only thing I could ask for is an awesome wedding! 🙂
Where do Castle fans typically gather to talk about the show?
I see a lot on Facebook, mainly because it’s my personal preference when it comes to social media sites. That being said, I know how popular Twitter is, and that #Castle becomes a pretty popular tag on Monday nights. I guess the majority are on Twitter, but I also know that a lot of the generations that aren’t so technology obsessed love the show, and talk about it among friends and family! 🙂