Will the truth set Wu free?
On Grimm's fall finale on Friday (9/8c, NBC), Sgt. Wu (Reggie Lee) has had it with all the lies that Nick and Hank (David Giuntoli and Russell Hornsby) have told him to cover up their dealings with the Wesen world.
Jacqueline Toboni, David Giuntoli and Bitsie Tulloch
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?'"
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)...
Silas Weir Mitchell, Bree Turner
"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)
Why would anyone in their right mind ever move to Portland? Grimm premieres two back-to-back episodes on Friday, Dec. 13 (9/8c and 10/9c on NBC), the first of which, "Cold Blooded," finds the Oregon city facing yet another supernatural crisis. This time it's the sewers. They're loaded with voracious humanoid alligators!
"Usually we put a twist on a centuries-old fairy tale, but this time we're taking on a modern ...
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.
There will be damage. The Grimm season finale saw a zombified Nick (David Giuntoli) being shipped off to Europe in a coffin — presumably to become a pawn in the Royal Families' quest for world domination —but don't expect some quick fix or a fast rescue by his Scooby Gang when the NBC series returns (Friday, Oct. 25 at 9/8c). "If Nick does survive this zombie state, he's going to be very dangerous," says executive producer Jim Kouf. "There will be residual effects that will change him in a huge way."
TV Guide Magazine has your exclusive first look at Giuntoli in zombie-mode, created by makeup artist Barney Burman, an Oscar winner for J.J. Abrams's Star Trek.
In other Season 3 scoop, back home, the still-clueless Sergeant Wu (Reggie Lee) sees too much in his first direct encounter with a Wesen and goes a bit psycho. Hank (Russell Hornsby) falls deeply for his physical therapist — also a Wesen — and her folks don't like it one bit.
But there's even bigger romantic news! Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) will wed Rosalee (Bree Turner) and they, too, will be plagued by meddling parents. "When you marry someone, you marry their family," notes executive producer David Greenwalt. "Monroe's mother and father are old-school Blutbads — they may still even hunt, for all we know — and they think Fuchsbau like Rosalee are for eating, not for settling down with." Just wait until Mom and Dad find out their son's best friend is a Grimm!
Comic-Con is almost here! On Tuesday, NBC released its full 2013 lineup for the geektastic international convention held each summer in San Diego.
In addition to panels and screenings of fan favorites such as Community and Hannibal, NBC will also showcase some of its anticipated new series, including The Blacklist and Late Night with Seth Meyers.
Series stars and creative teams scheduled to attend are subject to change, but check out the anticipated schedule below.
[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...
Grimm fans don't have to wait until Thanksgiving to feel thankful.
Viewers can "Thank Grimm It's Friday" with the series' fall finale (9/8c, NBC), in which Det. Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli) is a man possessed when he finds out that his cop partner Hank (Russell Hornsby) has been pummeled to a pulp. Apparently, that impotent Hexenbiest Adalind (Claire Coffee) has hit Portland and has set her sights on those Nick holds near and dear. Speaking of, his girlfriend Juliette (Bitsie Tulloch) — whose selective amnesia has set back their relationship — is adding to his stress levels with her obsessive attraction to Capt. Renard (Sasha Roiz).