David promises that ‘Nick will be in peril’ like never before!
Make no mistake: the May 21 season finale of Grimm is going to be epic. And even though we’ll see encouraging moments of “romance” between Nick (David Giuntoli) and Juliette (Bitsie Tulloch), the episode takes a pretty dark/crazy turn. “One of the main characters dies at the end,” David told HollywoodLife.com and other reporters May 13 at the NBC Upfront in NYC. But wait, there’s a catch!
Reggie gives HollywoodLife.com a look into the future of ‘Grimm,’ and you Wu-n’t believe what happens!
After a harrowing three-month hiatus, NBC’s Grimm returns at 9 p.m. tonight will all-new episodes; and while most of the upcoming drama will revolve around Nick’s (David Giuntoli) hot mess of a love life, Reggie Lee assures HollywoodLife.com that everyone’s favorite slaphappy sergeant will be there to lighten the mood — and maybe, accidentally, stumble onto a major secret.
Plus, check out behind-the-scenes pics of Monroe’s over-the-top Halloween decorations!
Every episode of Grimm is borderline terrifying, but tonight’s Halloween-themed hour is especially so — and for guest star Kate del Castillo, the episode’s all-too-real villain “La Llorona” holds a special place in her nightmares. “Every single Mexicana has heard [the legend of] La Llorona,” Kate tells HollywoodLife.com of the Mexican folktale featured in the episode. “It would scare the hell out of us!”
Did Nick make a big mistake letting Hank in on his even-bigger secret? Watch our exclusive video & sound off!
I’m starting to think Aunt Marie was onto something when she warned newly Grimm’d Nick (Dave Giuntoli) not to let people get too close to him. In this behind-the-scenes video, obtained by HollywoodLife.com exclusively, Russell Hornsby looks forward to Hank’s “season of discovery” now that he’s in on the Wesen secret — but while he’s optimistic about the future for Nick’s partner, I can’t help but think it’s only going to make things worse for him.
When ‘Grimm’ returns for its second season at 10 p.m. tonight on NBC, our boy Nick is up to his fairy tale in lady business.
While most of your favorite shows won’t be back with new episodes for more than a month, NBC’s Grimm is getting a jump on the fall schedule by launching its second season Aug. 13 — which is good, because Nick Burkhardt (Dave Giuntoli) definitely has an extra month’s worth of drama on his plate.