4. Necessary Investment Level
There are two parts to investing in Grimm. The first part is buying into the German version of the supernatural, learning all of the lingo and adjusting accordingly. The second is understanding the show is a procedural. It isn’t too heavy on the thinking, but there is just enough of a puzzle to keep fans going each week. That first part will take some initial work and investment, as it will for me over the next several weeks, but once you’ve invested you can stay and go as you please.

Grimm is basically a procedural with some ongoing storylines and enough myth and lore to leave viewers wanting more. So, if you miss a week it probably won’t kill you. In fact, I know it won’t kill you, unless you have some weird disease related to getting a Wider Blutbad fix every week. See, I’m learning already.

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