‘Castle’ Star Sends Bizarre Tweets After His Show Gets Cancelled

Katie Jerkovich Entertainment Reporter
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Nathan Fillion, one of the stars of the show “Castle,” posted a series of bizarre tweets after his show got cancelled.

On Friday, the actor took to his Twitter account to send a message to fans of the show and his cast he worked with that he appreciated their support and then seemed to be putting his resume out to anyone in Hollywood.

“All things must end. It has been an honor working with the men and women of Castle. I am truly amazed at what we’ve done. Thank you all,” he tweeted.

The next came a few seconds later. “Dear Every Director, It appears I have an opening in my schedule,” he posted.


Later came another one to his fans where he appears to distance himself from the character he’s played the last eight seasons on the show. “Dear Fans, In whatever project I do next, loudly notice how unlike Castle and fresh and versatile I am. Thanks,” he tweeted.



“Castle” was just one of the 12 shows that fans found out, Friday morning, had been taken off the air.