It's not easy being Grimm.
When Grimm returns for its fourth season on Friday (9/8c, NBC), Det. Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli) will have to wrestle with being a Grimm who's lost his powers thanks to a wicked Hexenbiest spell. But does that mean he's still a Grimm? "Season 2 is a lot about identity," co-creator David Greenwalt tells TVGuide.com. "Not 'Who am I?' so much as 'Who should I be?'"
Trubel is doing Nick's dirty work.
When Grimm returns Friday (9/8c, NBC), it picks up with Nick (David Giuntoli) still without his powers to identify Wesen, which requires him to rely on the only other Grimm in town: newbie Trubel (Jacqueline Toboni).
On Saturday, Grimm stars David Giuntoli, Russell Hornsby, Bitsie Tulloch, Silas Weir Mitchell, Reggie Lee, Sasha Roiz, Bree Turner and Claire Coffee joined executive producers Jim Kouf, David Greenwalt and Norberto Barba at Comic-Con to greet all of their Grimmsters.
As fans may recall, our Grimm (Giuntoli) was stripped of his powers on Monroe (Mitchell) and Rosalee's (Turner) wedding day, thanks to that annoying Hexenbiest Adalind (Coffee)...
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!
"This guy is...
"This is the beaver section. Fuchsbau here..."
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)