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Once Homeless, This is Us Actor Jon Huertas Helps Those in Need

Once Homeless, This is Us Actor Jon Huertas Helps Those in Need
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Today, he stars on NBC’s Emmy-winning show This is Us , but Jon Huertas is no stranger to hardship. While the 41-year-old actor of Puerto Rican descent has maintained a successful acting career over two decades, starring in hit series like Castle and Sabrina, The Teenage Witch, he will never forget a trying time in his youth when he didn’t have a place to live.

“I, at one point, for about two weeks, was in my truck with two dogs and all
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Why 'This Is Us' Star Jon Huertas Is Making It His Personal Mission to End Homelessness (Exclusive)

Why 'This Is Us' Star Jon Huertas Is Making It His Personal Mission to End Homelessness (Exclusive)
This Is Us star Jon Huertas is making it his mission to end homelessness.

The actor, who plays Miguel on NBC’s hit sophomore drama, has been a passionate supporter of the cause, due in part to his own personal experience. Though Huertas has been a successful working actor for the past two decades, he pointed to a trying time in his past when he found himself living without a roof over his head.

“I, at one point, for about two weeks, was in my truck with two dogs and all my stuff in the back of my pickup truck covered in a tarp. I didn’t have a roof and I didn’t know how soon I was going to get one and all it took was me reaching out to people I know who care to get me into a different situation. That’s kind of what we have to do as a society, as a community
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Cold War space adventure Outreach to be shown at E3 2017, watch the trailer here

For those of you lucky enough to be heading to E3 2017, one of the titles to check out this year is Outreach from Gambitious Digital Entertainment and indie developer Pixel Spill. This Cold War conspiracy adventure game is set within the confines of a lone Soviet Space Station orbiting planet Earth, and features the vocal talents of Adam Harrington (The Wolf Among Us, Telltales: The Walking Dead) and Seamus Dever (Castle, Army Wives).

A narrative mystery set near the end of the Cold War, Outreach follows one cosmonaut’s search for the missing crew of a Soviet space station in the frigid reaches of Earth’s orbit. Players must explore the crippled remains of the installation, navigating an abandoned environment filled with historically-accurate technology and objects from the 1980s, to discover the fate of its lost souls.

Between the claustrophobic spaces of its interior and the unforgiving void outside, players
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Castle: Nathan Fillion Reflects on the Show's Cancellation

Are you over Castle's cancellation? Recently, star Nathan Fillion spoke with the New York Post about the end of the long-running ABC series.Fillion played mystery novelist Richard Castle on the drama for eight seasons until the network cancelled the show earlier this year. The cast also included Stana Katic, Tamala Jones, Seamus Dever, and Jon Huertas.Read More…
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Castle Deleted Scene: Beckett Solves Bff Lanie's 'Deathly' Problem

Castle Deleted Scene: Beckett Solves Bff Lanie's 'Deathly' Problem
Kate Beckett feels out a foe and and then problem-solves for a friend in a deleted scene from the eighth and final season of ABC’s Castle.

RelatedCastle‘s Original Cliffhanger Ending Missing From Final Season DVD Extras — Here’s Why

In the episode “Dead Again,” Jonathan Silverman winningly guest-starred as a mild-mannered city safety inspector who repeatedly is declared dead… only to rejoin the living. In the clip above, Beckett (played by Stana Katic) trades pleasantries with public defender Caleb Brown (Kristofer Polaha) — all while secretly suspecting he has ties to LokSat — before the matter of Lanie’s
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Castle's Original Cliffhanger Ending/ Season 9 Set-Up Is Missing From Final Season DVD Extras — Here's Why

Castle's Original Cliffhanger Ending/ Season 9 Set-Up Is Missing From Final Season DVD Extras — Here's Why
Castle fans looking to experience exactly how Season 8 was supposed to end — in a way that teed up a Beckett-less Season 9 — won’t find that “extra” on the ABC series’ final DVD set.

RelatedCastle EPs Thank Fans for Watching ‘A Love Story for the Ages’

TVLine has confirmed that among the deleted scenes on Castle: The Complete Eighth Season (available Aug. 23), not included is the cliffhanger ending that was to close Season 8 in the event of renewal. (Because ABC cancelled the drama five days prior to the finale, producers were able to tack on a coda that leaped
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Castle Series Finale Reveals Caskett's Fate: Did Castle and Beckett Survive?

Castle Series Finale Reveals Caskett's Fate: Did Castle and Beckett Survive?
Well, nobody (important) died in the Castle finale! Castle (Nathan Fillion), Beckett (Stana Katic), Ryan (Seamus Dever), Esposito (Jon Huertas), Lanie (Tamala Jones), Martha (Susan Sullivan), Alexis (Molly Quinn) and Hayley (Toks Olagundoye) were all safe and sound, living happily ever after. While there was a bit of a cliffhanger in which both Castle and Beckett were shot and appeared to be dying, an epilogue found them perfectly alive, perfectly together, and the parents of multiple adorable children. So there's that! Everything is just fine. As for the LokSat business, it was all rather convoluted. During their investigation, Castle and Beckett found themselves in a trap, filled with...
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Stars React to ‘Castle,’ ‘Nashville’ and More TV Cancellations After a Bloodbath

Stars React to ‘Castle,’ ‘Nashville’ and More TV Cancellations After a Bloodbath
Thursday’s news cycle was inundated with TV show cancellations, with networks bidding adieu to the likes of “Nashville,” “Castle,” “Grandfathered” and “The Grinder,” among others.

The news prompted social media reactions from many of the series’ stars, who weighed in with a mixture of sadness and snark.

“Nashville,” ABC’s country music-themed drama, was cancelled after four seasons. Series star Connie Britton posted an effusive message on Instagram, writing, “To the amazing friends and family who are Nashville, to the cast and crew, and most of all to the fans…I’d just like to say it’s been my honor to be a part of this world, to live in it and breathe it in and try to replicate it. Sometimes we were more successful than others. But the place of Nashville in my heart is deep and permanent. I am grateful for the hard work and faith
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Castle Cancelled: Stana Katic Pens Note to Fans, and Other Cast Reactions

Castle Cancelled: Stana Katic Pens Note to Fans, and Other Cast Reactions
Castle leading lady Stana Katic busted out the series’ go-to adverb — “Always” — in a handwritten note to fans, cast and crew, in the wake of the news that the ABC drama had been cancelled.

RelatedRenewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?

“Your devotion to this show has carried us for these unforgettable eight seasons,” wrote Katic, who would not have been part of any Season 9. “I will always be grateful.”

Love, S pic.twitter.com/oZUENEj2XQ

Stana Katic (@Stana_Katic) May 13, 2016

RelatedABC’s Castle Cancelled After 8 Seasons

The news of Castle‘s end,
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Castle: Cancelled by ABC; No Season Nine

The Castle TV show on ABC has been canceled after eight seasons. Despite re-signing Nathan Fillion, Seamus Dever, Jon Huertas, and talking to Molly Quinn, Susan Sullivan, and newcomer Toks Olagundoye about returning for a ninth season, Castle's eighth season finale will now be its TV series finale.

Once the network chose not to re-sign Stana Katic and Tamala Jones, reportedly for budgetary reasons, fans were not so keen on a Castle renewal. The backlash was rather epic. Much of Castle's draw was the relationship between Katic's Kate Beckett and Fillion's Richard Castle. Castle season eight, episode 22, "Crossfire," the Castle TV series finale, airs Monday, May 16, 2016. Watch a promo, below.

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Case Closed: Castle Has Been Canceled After 8 Seasons

Case Closed: Castle Has Been Canceled After 8 Seasons
So much for all those casting shake-ups.  Castle is about to close its final chapter as ABC has canceled the long-running drama after its eighth season, E! News has confirmed. For a lot of fans, this might be good news, as it was announced a few weeks ago that if the show were to return for a ninth season, Stana Katic and Tamala Jones would not be returning with it. At the time, ABC cited budgetary reasons for their exits.  Nathan Fillion, Seamus Dever, and Jon Huertas were all reportedly set to return, and Susan Sullivan and Molly Quinn were also expected to return, but fans were not thrilled about watching Castle continue on without his wife, Kate Beckett. Now, they won't have...
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Castle Cancelled After 8 Seasons

Castle Cancelled After 8 Seasons
Holy, backlash: Castle will not be moving forward without its leading lady after all.

In the wake of the firestorm that has erupted following leading lady Stana Katic’s confirmed ouster, ABC has cancelled the venerable procedural, TVLine has learned. The axing comes despite ABC Studios closing new one-year deals with star Nathan Fillion and several supporting players, including Jon Huertas and Seamus Dever.

Related2016 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?

Katic’s exit — which was reportedly a budgetary move on ABC’s part — was announced last month. Longtime co-star Tamala Jones was similarly let go.
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‘Castle’ Canceled By ABC After 8 Seasons

Another Castle shocker. ABC has canceled the veteran crime drama procedural after eight seasons. The May 16 Season 8 finale will now be a series finale. The cancelation comes after ABC sibling ABC Studios went through the trouble of making new deals with star Nathan Fillion as well as co-stars Seamus Dever, Jon Huertas as well as a couple of others for Season 9. The show dropped a bombshell last month when co-lead Stana Katic was tol she would not be coming back, along…
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Castle Vet Jon Huertas Set for Season 9

Castle Vet Jon Huertas Set for Season 9
Count Det. Esposito in, too.

Jon Huertas is the latest Castle vet to sign on for a potential Season 9, joining titular leading man Nathan Fillion and fellow supporting player Seamus Dever (Det. Ryan), TVLine has learned. Cast members Molly Quinn (Alexis), Susan Sullivan (Martha) and Toks Olagundoye (Hayley) are all expected back as well, although its unclear if their deals have been finalized.

VideosCastle Promo for Stana Katic’s Exit Teases Tragic End to ‘Epic Love Story

News of Huertas’ new pact comes nearly three weeks after leading lady Stana Katic‘s announced departure. Co-star Tamala Jones was similarly let go.
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‘Castle’: Jon Huertas Set To Return For Season 9 Of ABC Series

One more key Castle player has closed a deal to return if the veteran ABC crime drama is renewed for a ninth season. I've learned that Jon Huertas is set to continue as a regular on the show, joining star Nathan Fillion and co-star Seamus Dever. ABC has yet to make a renewal decision on the series as cast contracts still are being hammered out. Huertas plays Detective Javier Esposito, former Army Special Forces soldier who now works in the homicide division alongside…
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Ratings: Castle Audience at 7-Month High; Poi Down in Monday Debut

Ratings: Castle Audience at 7-Month High; Poi Down in Monday Debut
Castle‘s penultimate Season 8 episode (aka Stana Katic’s next-to-last episode ever) drew 6.74 million total viewers and a 1.1 rating this Monday (per finals), up 13 percent and a tenth week-to-week and marking a 7-month high in audience (since Nov. 12).

VideosCastle Promo for Stana Katic’s Exit Teases Tragic End to ‘Epic Love Story

Opening ABC’s night, Dancing With the Stars (11.3 mil/1.7) was down 5 percent and a tenth.

RelatedDancing With the Stars Recap: Did the Right Couple Go Home?

Elsewhere in the ratings….

CBS | Now airing twice weekly, Person of Interest’s Monday debut (5.8 mil/1.0) was down from last
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Castle: Seamus Dever, Supporting Cast Signed for Season Nine

[caption id="attachment_48659" align="aligncenter" width="534"] Castle TV show on ABC. Seamus Dever as Detective Kevin Ryan. (ABC/Bob D'Amico.)/caption]

Provided the Castle TV series is not cancelled by ABC, Seamus Dever's NYPD Detective Kevin Ryan will return for a ninth season with Nathan Fillion's Richard Castle. According to TV Line, supporting players Jon Huertas (Esposito), Molly Quinn (Alexis) and Susan Sullivan (Martha) are also in final talks with the network to return for a ninth season, as is and Toks Olagundoye (Hayley), who joined the crime dramedy in season eight.

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Castle season 8 episode 20 review: Much Ado About Murder

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This week's Castle is a Shakespeare-tinged affair, featuring Firefly's Jewel Staite as a special guest star...

This review contains spoilers

8.20: Much Ado About Murder

Much Ado About Murder. The title alone pulled me in simply because, well, I’m a scholar of Shakespeare and the Renaissance and I think Joss Whedon’s Much Ado About Nothing, in which Nathan Fillion played Dogberry, showed us that the man can legitimately pull off the Bard. Add to that the allure of former Firefly shipmate Jewel Staite showing up, and, boy-howdy, I’m in.

Did the episode actually live up to my hopes? Sorta. But certainly not the way I expected it to.

For starters, it was actually pretty light on the Shakespeare, all things considered. The plot revolves around the murder of an actor, who himself is potentially on the point of murdering Shakespeare. The episode opens with the performer,
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Castle: Seamus Dever, Jon Huertas and 3 Others Poised to Return for Season 9

Castle: Seamus Dever, Jon Huertas and 3 Others Poised to Return for Season 9
Castle continues to lay the groundwork for the post-Beckett era.

With a formal renewal decision reportedly imminent, ABC Studios has closed a new deal with Seamus Dever (aka Detective Ryan) to return for a potential ninth season, TVLine has confirmed. Additionally, fellow supporting players Jon Huertas (Esposito), Molly Quinn (Alexis) and Susan Sullivan (Martha), as well as Season 8 newbie Toks Olagundoye (Hayley), are said to be finalizing deals; all four are expected back.

PhotosCastle Season 8 Finale Photos: A First Look at Stana Katic’s Final Episode

Dever’s pact — first reported by Deadline — follows Thursday’s news that star
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‘Castle’: Seamus Dever Set To Return For Season 9

‘Castle’: Seamus Dever Set To Return For Season 9
Another key Castle player has closed a deal to return if the veteran ABC crime drama is renewed for a ninth season. I’ve learned that Seamus Dever is set to continue as a regular on the show, joining star Nathan Fillion. ABC was supposed to make a renewal decision by end of day Friday (May 6), but that was postponed as actors deals are still being hammered out. Dever plays Detective Kevin Ryan, formerly a narcotics division cop, who works alongside Javier Esposito (Jon…
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