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Check Out Billy "Killer" Miller in a Hostage Crisis on Castle! (SNEAK PEEK)




The Young and the Restless fans who've been itching to see Genoa City bad boy Billy Miller tear it up on Castle, are in for a treat! ABC has released a clip of the two-time Daytime Emmy winner's guest spot on the hit series.

Miller plays Mickey Gerhardt, a hot-headed Wall Street banker caught up in a hostage situation with crime novelist Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion). Take a sneak peek as Castle tries to help the kidnapper clear her name of murder charges, after the jump! READ MORE

INTERVIEW: Nathan Fillion Talks State of One Life to Live, Emmys and Season 6 of Castle




If you thought former One Life to Live star Nathan Fillion looked good singing and dancing at the 65th Annual Primetime Emmys, it will equally warm your heart to know the actor is still a fan of soaps!

"It really made me sad to hear that One Life to Live was cancelled again," said Fillion. "I had such an incredible time on that show. It was my very first job. I am very sad that daytime is a dying breed; not just because we are going to be denied that source of entertainment, but because, for actors like myself, anybody who has ever done a soap can tell you it is the most incredible intense work experience you can ever put yourself into.Truly, the only people who don't respect daytime are the people who haven't worked in it. It's incredibly hard work and I learned from the best. I was very well cared for on that show, people who became my friends....I consider them to be the best in the biz." READ MORE

Is Castle’s Nathan Fillion in a Contract Dispute?

Castle star and One Life to Live grad Nathan Fillion is allegedly in the middle of a contract dispute with ABC Studios,  Deadline reports.

I’ve learned the actor is in the midst of a contract dispute with producers ABC Studios over his desire for a four-day workweek on Castle, which is in production on its sixth season. It looks like the absence was his way of sending a message. ABC reps say the show continues to shoot this week, and Fillion is on set. READ MORE

Check Out Nathan Fillion in Trailers for Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters and Much Ado About Nothing (VIDEO)

Nathan Fillion is a busy man. The soap alum and Castle star has two new trailers out for upcoming projects. A second trailer has been released for Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters, in which Fillion plays the Greek God Hermes. In addition to the next Percy Jackson film, Nathan Fillion will appear in Joss Whedon’s independent film Much Ado About Nothing.

Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters hits theaters on August 7, while Much Ado About Nothing will begin filling seats on June 7. Watch trailers for both movies after the jump!

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Nathan Fillion's Castle Celebrates 100th Episode!

Former One Life to Live favorite Nathan Fillion celebrates the 100th episode of his primetime hit Castle tonight, with an episode that gives a nod to Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window.

The Hollywood Reporter caught up with creator Andrew Marlowe, Fillion and his co-star Stana Katic. The trio talked about the show's origins, the impact of the Writers' Strike and reaching the 100-episode milestone. Here's an excerpt:

THR: What's the secret to Castle's success?

Katic: It appeals to an audience that wants dessert after dinner. It's charming in a classic kind of way. I think people love a bit of heart, humor, drama and stakes, so I suppose it has a nice mix of a lot of different emotions.

Fillion: There are episodes where we do go pretty dramatic, but by and large, we don't take ourselves terribly seriously. We keep it fairly light. I think it makes it easy to like.

Marlowe: People have been responding to this love story between Castle and Beckett, and they are hungry for shows that make them laugh. Whatever bit of magic we happen to capture, hopefully we'll be able to continue. The chances of a pilot getting on air are slim, and to reach 100 episodes is a miracle. That's a result of a lot of people's hard work and also a lot of luck. It is harder and harder for TV shows to reach this milestone in an environment where you have Internet streaming, places like Netflix for shows, 100 channels of programs, cable. It just really gratifies us that we happened to find such a wonderful and loyal audience.

Watch the promo for Castle's "The Lives of Others" after the jump!

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