It's the worst kind of identity theft. When NBC's Grimm returns this fall for its fourth season, we'll meet up with Gedächtnis Esser — aka Octo-Man — a nefarious new Wesen who can attach his tentacles to your head and steal all your memories, leaving you either dead or with severe amnesia. And we've got the very first look at the slimy fellow!
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The placement of Wesen is of utmost importance on this sunny April day in Portland on the set of Grimm. But it's not to keep predator and prey apart; instead it's to differentiate between who's there for the bride and who's there for the groom. Welcome to the wedding of the fox-like Fuchsbau Rosalee (Bree Turner) and wolfy Blutbad Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell)
Welcome to the calm before the Grimm storm.
When the fantasy procedural wraps up its third season on Friday (9/8c, NBC), the fun begins when Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) and Rosalee (Bree Turner) start the final countdown to their big day. The last thing to check off the list is the celebratory rehearsal dinner. What could possibly go wrong there?
The Montagues and the Capulets really didn't have it so bad — at least compared with the Blutbaden and the Fuchsbau. The season finale of NBC's Grimm (Friday, May 16, 9/8c) gathers everyone for the long-awaited wedding of Rosalee (Bree Turner) and Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell), and all should go well — that is, if the guests don't tear one another to pieces!
NBC is staging a Parenthood-Friday Night Lights crossover as part of an upcoming digital series, the network announced on Monday.
As a way to keep viewers engaged while their shows are off the air for the Olympics, NBC.com, Hulu and YouTube will all stream original four-part digital series of Chicago Fire, Parks and Recreation, Grimm and Parenthood.