It's a bittersweet moment. The final episode.
Dave spills some tea with show creators Sam and Dusty and reveals where all the "easter eggs" from Season 1 lay hidden.
Dave talks to show creators Sam and Dusty about this week's episode. Plus, we bring back Robin Furth, the personal research assistant to Stephen King and the author of Stephen King's The Dark Tower: A Complete Concordance.
Newcomers set up shop in Castle Rock, Henry follows a clue.
Dave catches up with show creators Sam and Dusty, along with Scott Glenn, the actor who plays Alan Pangborn in Castle Rock.
Memories haunt Ruth Deaver.
Dave talks with show creators Sam Thomason and Dustin Shaw, and actress Jane Levy joins him later in the show.
Henry's son visits from Boston; a funeral stirs up unsettling memories.
A stranger comes to town; Castle Rock honors Sheriff Pangborn.
Dave talks with show creators Sam and Dusty, along with Robin Furth, author of Stephen King's The Dark Tower: A Complete Concordan.
Henry prepares for his day in court; a coffin arrives in Castle Rock.
Dave breaks down the episode with show creators Sam and Dusty, and takes a philosophical deep dive on the concept of evil with forensic psychologist Michael Stone.
The past catches up with Molly Strand.
Dave catches up with Sam Shaw and Dustin Thomason, the creators, writers and show runners of Castle Rock. We also get a lesson on how memory works, from Dr. Gary Small, director of the UCLA Longevity Center.
Henry gets a new client at Shawshank Prison.
Dave talks with Steve Arnold, the production designer in charge of bringing Shawshank Prison to life.
An anonymous phone call lures death-row attorney Henry Deaver back to his home town of Castle Rock, Maine.
Dave Holmes talks with Sam Shaw and Dustin Thomason, the creators, writers and show runners of Castle Rock.
Imagine a place where horror lives. Where daily life goes hand in hand with fear. Where murder is not so out of the ordinary. Welcome to Castle Rock, Maine.
In this episode of Footnote: Castle Rock, our guide Dave Holmes takes us to visit the sites, sounds, people and tragedies that breathes life into Stephen King's fictional town.