Zombies aren't just for Halloween! On Friday's all-new Grimm (9/8c, NBC), Nick (David Giuntoli) continues wreaking havoc as a zombie that was created by Baron Samedi's weird puffer fish Wesen spit.
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That's the question that Nick's pals are asking when Grimm returns for its third season premiere on Friday (9/8c, NBC).
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.
[Warning: The following contains spoilers from Grimm's Season 2 finale. Read at your own risk!]
Happy endings will have to wait until another season on Grimm.
On Tuesday's finale...
Cheers to Lights Out for hooking up with a pair of veterans from The Wire.
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