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First Look: Monroe and Rosalee Get Engaged on Grimm

Bree Turner, Silas Weir Mitchell

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something... Blutbad? The Jan. 24 episode of NBC's Grimm titled "Wild Hunt" finds the city of Portland terrorized by a serial killer who is collecting cop scalps. But there's good news, too. During the same hour, Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) and his sweetheart Rosalee (Bree Turner) will become engaged — and TV Guide Magazine has an exclusive look at the big moment.

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Mermaids! Wu Suffers! And 6 More Things to Know About Grimm Season 3

David Giuntoli

p>Grimm isn't taking it easy in Season 3.

During the Comic-Con panel Saturday for the NBC fantasy crime procedural, producers revealed more monsters around the bend and bad news for one of our beloved characters. And that's on top of the sticky situation Nick (David Giuntoli)  & Co. were facing in last season's cliff-hanger finale.

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Grimm Season 2: The Hunter Becomes the Hunted

Grimm

Grimm may be inspired by beloved fairy tales, but don't expect any happily-ever-afters. In fact, life is about to get very deadly for all concerned. The hit NBC crime procedural — about a Portland homicide detective, Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli), with the power to spot supernatural creatures who masquerade as human beings—will get an early second-season return tonight, fresh from two weeks of heavy promotion during the Olympic Games. (The series airs on Mondays for five weeks, then returns to its previous Fridays-at-9 slot on September 14.) Prepare to get prehistoric.

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Amy Acker Embraces Playing Grimm's Alluring Black Widow

Amy Acker

Amy Acker, known for portraying a sweet egghead who was enslaved on Joss Whedon's vampire-detective series Angel, won't be playing the victim on Friday's Grimm (9/8c, NBC).

In "Tarantella," Acker plays Lena, an alluring woman who happens to be a deadly black widow-type of creature, or in Grimm-speak, a Spinnetod. "It's a spider-creature who, in order to survive, has to sacrifice or eat three men every five years," the actress tells TVGuide.com.

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Exclusive: Buffy Alum Azura Skye Takes Flight on Grimm

Azura Skye

Buffy the Vampire Slayer alum Azura Skye will guest-star on an upcoming episode of Grimm, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

Skye, 30, will play a kind, mild-mannered bed and breakfast owner named Robin Steinkeller, who also happens to be a Seltenvogel (an extremely rare bird-like creature). Robin has something very valuable to many in the Wesen world, and... read more

Grimm Gets a Thursday Night Tryout; Plus Scoop on Upcoming Episodes

David Giuntoli, Grimm

Is it a riff on the old Pied Piper story...or Glee gone bad? On a special Thursday episode (10/9c) of NBC's fairy-tale-inspired crime series Grimm, a teacher at a performing-arts school will die gruesomely, leaving many of the students on the suspect list Nick (David Giuntoli) must investigate. "It's a very... read more

Inner Demons Come Out to Play at TV Guide Magazine's Super Supernaturals Comic-Con Panel

John Barrowman

"This is the secret of Comic-Con," said TV Guide Magazine Senior Editor William Keck as he introduced the panelists for TV Guide Magazine Presents: Super Supernaturals. "It's the hottest and sexiest panel I've ever seen." Judging by the screams in the audience, the crowd agreed... read more

NBC Orders Grimm Cop Drama

NBC has given the green light to Grimm, a dark cop drama from David Greenwalt, TVGuide.com has confirmed.

NBC orders comedy pilots from Chelsea Handler, Whitney Cummings

Grimm — which sounds distinctly similar to the premise of  ABC's recent pickup, Poe is described as... read more

I had a chance to watch the ...

Question: I had a chance to watch the pilots for both Moonlight and Reaper. I'm a big Supernatural fan, and these ghost/vampire genre shows, when done well, are a lot of fun. To me, one of these shows demonstrates how you do it well, and one demonstrates how you do it badly. Let's start with the good: I really enjoy Reaper. The stars are likable, the writing is fun, and it genuinely made me laugh. It obviously isn't taking itself too seriously, but the effects are still nice and flashy, and let's face it: You couldn't ask for a more charming Satan than Ray Wise. I hope he gets more screen time. The creators obviously have a clear vision that the look, the music and the story all contribute to. I'll definitely keep tuning in. Now on to Moonlight — yikes! First of all, that voice-over. We get it, you're an angsty vampire. Shut up, already! I think the excessive VO makes the bad writing even worse. Because the writing is bad. So full of clichés! I wanted to laugh at the overly serious ... read more

Angel Boss Quits CBS' Vampire Cop Show

Alex O'Loughlin in Moonlight by Robert Voets/CBS

Another day, another show-runner out the door. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Angel cocreator David Greenwalt has quit his job at the Eye's highly Angel-ic drama, Moonlight, for personal reasons. Wow, and the show's still months away from its cancellation... I mean "debut." read more

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