So here’s the thing I love the cast of Grimm. They never take themselves seriously, well accept Silas Weir Mitchell (watch my Recap Video for my funny Silas story) and always fun to spend a little time with at SDCC. I generally end up having a drink with several cast members at NBC’s annual SDCC party. Never got a chance to visit the set though. With that said, I run hot and cold on the show. Grimm airs on NBC Friday nights.
Grimm (NBC, Fridays, 9/8C) returns for its sixth and final season with a taut thriller of a season premiere, Fugitive.
When Grimm returns for its sixth season, it will be the beginning of the end – hopefully one with a ‘happily ever after’ in it.
NBC has announced that the show’s sixth season will be be its last.
Grimm will finish its run dealing with the global threat of the Wesen Black Claw movement. The final season will premiere on Friday, January 6th, 2017 (8/7C) ‘with the battle fans have been waiting for – Nick vs, Captain Renard.’ Follow the jump for more.
Things just keep getting more ‘interesting’ on Grimm (NBC, Fridays, 9/8C). If it’s not Captain Renard running for mayor – backed by Black Claw, it’s Wu turning into some kind of wolfman; if it’s not Black Claw kidnapping children, it’s Adalind finally having ‘the talk’ with Nick.
With the show’s fifth season tearing through its final few episodes, the stakes are becoming higher with every passing moment.
NBC’s Friday night frightfest, Grimm, has been renewed for a sixth season – making possible that the cult hit’s current storyline – a war brewing between Wesen (creatures that inspired mythologies and fairytales) faction Black Claw and an oblivious humanity – could become even more epic.
For details – and a hint of what’s to come on the show – follow the jump.
This week, on Grimm (NBC, Fridays, 9/8C), Detectives Nick Burkhardt and Hank Griffin discover that lycanthropes exist – and that they’re not exactly blutbaden.
Meanwhile, Adalind and Renard meet and Eve discovers that RENARD campaign poster – and it’s just the littlest bit hinky!.
NBC has released a special teaser for tonight’s 100th episode of Grimm. It’s surprisingly spoilery in at least one regard – so, proceed with that knowledge to the teaser, following the jump.
Co-showrunners Jim Kouf and David Greenwalt turn up the heat in Grimm’s (NBC, Fridays, 10/9C) 100th episode, Into The Schwarzwald. The past and the present converge to show a few intriguing possibilities.
This week’s episode of Grimm (NBC, Fridays, 10/9C) is the show’s 100th – and to celebrate, they’re including a brand new Wesen created by a fan.
The Wettbewerbsgewinner was created by Jessica Short of Brooklyn, N.Y. in response to the #Grimme Your Best Shot promotion held on Tumblr last fall – specifically with an eye to using a fan-created Wesen in the landmark episode.
Executive producers David Greenwalt and Jim Kouf said, ‘We chose this submission because of its unique artwork and her clear passion for the show. This Wesen fits into the “Grimm” world seamlessly and her style is similar to that of the conceptual artists on the show’
For more, follow the jump.
The Second Annual Grimm Gala has raised $386,000 to benefit the OHSU Doernecher Children’s Hospital through The Grimmster Endowment – a fund that provides ‘ OHSU Doernbecher patients and their families support for uncompensated travel, lodging and other services integral to their care and comfort. ‘
The Grimm Gala was hosted by the cast and crew of NBC’s Friday night cult hit, Grimm and presented by Comcast and NBCUniversal – with all money raised through sponsorships, individual ticket sales, the special appeal, and auction at the sold-out event going to the Endowment. Follow the jump for more.
Grimm (NBC, Fridays, 9/8C) returns tonight with a revelation: Nick wasn’t seeing things in the fall finale – Juliette is alive! Sort of…
As Nick tries to sort out his feelings – about Juliette’s return, about Adalind – the Black Claw goes on the offensive in an even bigger way and no one is safe.