When Grimm returns tomorrow (NBC, Fridays, 9/8C), the long-simmering situation between Captain Renard, Juliette and Nick comes to a head – and a surprising conclusion!
Watch the video for a quick recap and a peek at the second half of season two. The Grimm and the Prince of Portland… Good times!
Grimm returns to NBC on Friday, March 8 (10/9C).
After four moderately successful weeks on Monday nights – followed by an early hiatus – Grimm returns to NBC’s schedule, in its new regular timeslot, Friday. Follow the jump for two more videos – Russell Hornsby talking about Hank’s journey of discovery in season two, and a Monroe-centric clip from tomorrow night’s episode, The Good Shepherd.
In the second season premiere of Grimm (Monday, August 13, 10/9C), Monroe and Rosalie meet Nick’s mother – and it gets pretty intense! Check out the big moment above.
Dragons are mythological; daemonfeuer are not. This week, Grimm moves into St. George and the Dragon territory as a daemonfeuer kidnaps Juliette – forcing Nick to play knight in shining armor on Grimm [NBC, Friday, 10/9C].
Check out a sneak peek following the jump.
How many network shows can say that their breakout character is a blutbad [werewolf]?
NBC’s Grimm [Fridays, 10/9C] is, ostensibly about a cop who discovers that Grimm’s Fairytales were fact – and has to deal with the descendants of those long-ago stories, but Silas Weir Mitchell’s Clockmaker – and reformed blutbad – gets most of the best moments. Check out Monroe’s Greatest Hits, above, and then check out two scenes from this week’s episode of Grimm, Organ Grinder.
Detective Nick Burkhardt is a Grimm – he can see monsters for what they truly are – one of the last of his kind. The only problem is that he’s got a very short learning curb because now they will be targeting him.
The good news is that supernatural-themed sci-fi dramas have been making a comeback on broadcast TV, which is terrific for those of us who want to avoid the constant onslaught of reality series and even more standard cop dramas. The bad news is that NBC decided to make a bonehead move and schedule their new series writing your name worksheets go here follow site follow site https://eagfwc.org/men/buy-daily-dose-cialis/100/ https://naturalpath.net/natural-news/best-viagra-in-the-hyderabad-market/100/ professional dissertation writers uk https://www.myrml.org/outreach/thesis-paper-for-psychology/42/ buy lasix overnight delivery give me a essay topic levitra viagra equivalents get link thesis examples dissertation abstract in business management music essay professional resume writing service denver http://almadenyoga.com/clinic/purchase-viagra-legally-online/65/ college essay assistanceВ viagra turkey uc personal statement writing service source url culinary arts essay type my cheap essays childrens writing paper proofreading meaning see url https://creativephl.org/pills/is-cialis-from-aurochem-any-good/33/ follow url cytotec misoprostol online paypal source cialis 5 mg daily success enter GRIMM opposite two other already established shows within the same genre, CW’s “Supernatural” and FOX’s “Fringe.” Considering that the pool of viewers usually drawn to such shows is already rather small and currently fractured between Supernatural and Fringe, adding a third player into this mix makes no sense at all. Rather than trying to fracture the small pool even further, it would have made more sense to capture a greater sample of this genre’s available viewers by scheduling opposite, well, anything else the rest of the week that isn’t sci-fi!
The premise of GRIMM puts a new twist on the fairytales of the Brothers Grimm by having a homicide detective learn that he is a descendant of a group of hunters known as “grimms” whose job is to keep humanity safe from the supernatural creatures of the world living among us. The addition of the supernatural element certainly puts a twist on the typical cop procedural show. The real Brothers Grimm created their fairytales in the early 1800s. While we are certainly familiar with the cleaned up versions of Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, The Princess and the Frog, Hansel and Gretel, and Rapunzel (to name a few), many of these original tales had dark, gruesome and macabre elements. It is this scary element that GRIMM will be trying to capture.
If you are on Twitter, beginning today, you have the opportunity to catch the premiere of NBC’s Grimm [Fridays, 9/8C] – a full two weeks before its network debut. Also planned are a ten-city screening tour and 20-minute previews on a number of NBC-related websites.
Details follow the jump.
The NBC Network released two brief and creepy previews for their upcoming drama television series called Grimm that is coming to NBC on October 28th, 2011. Check them out below:
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Here it is, the thing I just know Eclipsemagazine readers have been waiting for: part two of the shout outs from of the stars of NBC Television!
As I said in part one, your roving reporter attended the Saturday night NBC Network Party at the 2011 SDCC. While there, I had a chance to mix and mingle with some of the brightest talents on the NBC Television Network. Even though I couldn’t take all of the readers of Eclipsemagazine with me to the party, and we would have had a blast if I could have, some of the stars of NBC series’ where more than happy to give a shout out to all of you.
In part two of this article, the shout outs come from four of the stars of the new NBC series ‘Grimm’, which will be airing on Friday nights at 9 PM EST starting this Fall.