All season, we've been wondering and waiting for Juliette and Nick to reconcile. Slowly but surely, Juliette's come through the fog, with some setbacks and some dramatic encounters in the mix to keep things paced fairly well throughout the season, making her relationship with Nick one of the more suspenseful, longer-running arcs of the NBC drama's second season. Things seemed to be on track for a full reunion for the two, but the preview for next Tuesday's "Kiss of the Muse" indicates another setback.
NBC wasn't exactly taking a huge risk when they moved Grimm from its Friday night time slot to Tuesday night. Shows tend to do better when they aren't tucked away on Friday nights. Still, fans of the supernatural drama were likely hopeful that the shift from Fridays to Tuesdays would yield a noticeable ratings bump, especially when factoring in the Voice lean-in. Sure enough, the move has given Grimm a much deserved boost in numbers.
Among the series slated to return at USA this summer is Royal Pains, which debuts its fifth season in June. It appears the drama, which centers on a doctor who treats wealthy clientele out in the Hamptons during the summer, has tapped into NBC's pool of talented actors for its guest stars, as Community's Danny Pudi and Grimm's Claire Coffee are both set to appear in the series in Season 5.
Whether or not the lights come back on in Revolution remains to be seen, but either way, NBC won't be turning the lights out on this series anytime soon. Revolution was among the five dramas NBC renewed today for next season. Also set to return are Grimm, Parenthood, Chicago Fire, and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
Thank Grimm it's Tuesday doesn't have quite the same ring to it as it did when we were celebrating Fridays, but we can hardly complain that the supernatural drama is being upgraded to a pretty choice spot. That's the good news, especially if you're a fan of the dark, dramatic and somewhat underrated series. The bad news is for those who were ready for love. Or loving Ready for Love. As Grimm takes over the unscripted dating competition's post-Voice timeslot, Ready for Love's remaining episodes are being shelved until some yet-to-be-determined date.
Grimm’s story is extremely intricate and prior knowledge of German mythology is not only helpful, it’s basically required homework if you haven’t been watching the series for a while. On a good note, the writers are great about explaining new supernatural concepts and rules as an episode progresses, so each week should be a learning experience for everyone and not just newbies. Still, if you haven’t watched, yet, I would invest in a little knowledge of German terms like “Wesen” and “Hexenbiest” before you jump in.
Grimm returns tomorrow night, after months of being on hiatus midway through its second season. Where will things pick up now that Nick knows about Juliette and Renard? The clip and photos we have to show you don't give us any indication of that, but the dramatic story arc is mentioned in NBC's official episode description for "Face Off."
For the colder states, March can feel like an eternity, as winter drags on and we look forward to spring. Winter is here, but it's also coming, in the more figurative, fantastical sense. Game of Thrones returns for its third season in March. But the HBO fantasy-drama is just one of the ten TV highlights worth looking forward to as March gets underway. There's also Celebrity Apprentice, basketball, The Voice and a couple of anticipated season finales, among some other reasons to set your DVR.
Grimm will be back - at long last - in less than a month. We have the supernatural/fantasy drama series' return to look forward to, and now we can add a recurring appearance by Shohreh Aghdashloo to the list. 24 fans will likely recognize her for her villainous role as Dina Araz, mother of the reluctant teen-terrorist-in-training Behrooz on Day 4 of the series. Aghdashloo was a powerful woman in 24, and it sounds like she's powerful (in a different way) in Grimm as well.
NBC is pretty big on the lengthy midseason break this year. Grimm’s winter finale aired way back in November--before the weather could really be described as super cold--and the series won’t be returning to the schedule until early March. The good news is that the network is spending time trying to keep fans engaged in programming that still seems a long way off. Now, NBC has put together a brand new trailer teasing the upcoming episodes of the series.
NBC's Grimm is one of those series that has a bit of Halloween spirit built into every episode, but even this supernatural series needs to acknowledged the annual spooky-themed holiday. Check out this clip from the episode to hear Monroe's thoughts on Halloween. And we also have a couple of photos from the episode, one of which shows us what Nick is up against this week.
In addition to confirming their plans to air the pilot episode the Munsters reboot Mockingbird Lane, NBC has also released information about a special episode of Grimm set to air the same night, which will also be broadcast that night on Telemundo and Mun2.
It's Friday! And for some, that means the end of the work-week and weekend plans. For others, it's the day of Friday-night TV shows, including the return of Fringe and Grimm's move back to its regular time-slot. Some say Friday night is a bad night for TV, and granted, there's probably far less competition on the last night of the work-week than there is on any other weeknight. But that doesn't mean there's nothing to watch on Fridays.
Grimm is making some additional changes to its Season 2 cast. The hexenbiest/human with the super German last name, Adalind Schade, has been upped from a recurring role on NBC’s cult Friday night series to a regular role. So, if you were excited to hear the sexy-lawyer-turned-creepy-monster will be returning for Season 2, you should be doubly excited about the recent news.
Gedrick is set to play Craig Wendell, a man with an innocuous name, but a pretty terrifying past. Wendell will play a killer in the Grimm universe, a man Hank put away years ago after he claimed he only became a killer when fighting some monsters in self-defense. Now that Hank’s been dealing with some monsters and mayhem, Wendell’s rants seem a whole lot more plausible.