John Pyper-Ferguson and Mark Pellegrino
Hell hath no fury like a coyotl scorned.
Brothers & Sisters actor John Pyper-Ferguson will guest-star on "Bad Moon Rising," the third episode of Grimm's second season, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. He'll play Hayden Walker, a man who is mourning his deceased sister and wants to exact justice from Jarold (Mark Pellegrino) for disgracing his family name. Only problem? Hayden has to take his family to Portland to track Jarold down.
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As Season 2 of the post-alien invasion series continues, the question is, can anyone (or anything) be trusted? The 2nd Mass is hit by vicious alien attacks and dwindling supplies as it makes its desperate trek to...
Lost alum Mark Pellegrino has landed a guest-starring role on the second season of Grimm, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Pellegrino, who played the devil on Supernatural and Jacob, the protector of the island on Lost, will portray...
David Giuntoli, Grimm
Adalind has struck again!
On Friday's Grimm (9/8c, NBC), the Hexenbiest (Claire Coffee) has been enlisted by Captain Renard (Sasha Roiz) to cast a spell on Hank (Russell Hornsby), but somehow poor Sergeant Wu (Reggie Lee) gets entangled in her plan... with disastrous results!
David Giuntoli may play homicide detective Nick Burkhardt in NBC's fairy tale-tinged crime procedural Grimm, but in real life, he's not that stoic when faced with corpses — especially the fake ones used on the series.
"I'm not usually easily disturbed, but I've walked on the set and been absolutely disgusted to my core," he tells TVGuide.com. "I'll always remember where I was when I saw this specific crime scene [in 'Danse Macabre']. There were rats crawling out of the stomach, out of the mouth of a corpse. The corpses, the prosthetics are so real that until you touch them, your brain doesn't understand that it's fake. It's terrifying. There's a lot of eating lunch in my trailer far, far away from the morgue set."
Social media is a great way to make friends, but among those new contacts can lurk a few unsavory types, especially in the world of Grimm.
NBC's fantasy procedural is putting its special twist on social media and crime with its Friday episode "Beeware" (9/8c). A string of odd murders are being disguised by the latest social media craze, and Nick (David Giuntoli) and Hank (Russell Hornsby) are called in to investigate.
In the world of Grimm, everyday crimes like breaking and entering can unlock some surprising dangers.
Silas Weir Mitchell
Perpetrators of violent crimes have often been called monsters, but on NBC's new crime procedural Grimm, which premieres Friday, Oct. 28 at 9/8c, the criminals are monsters -- both literally and literarily.
It turns out that Grimm's Fairy Tales isn't a work of fiction, but an account of supernatural creatures that the Grimm family has destroyed throughout history to keep humanity safe. Portland cop Nick Burckhardt (David Giuntoli) has just discovered he's the last of that line of hunters, who have a gift of spotting the true, monstrous nature underneath the creature's magically mundane facade.
Russell Hornsby, Lincoln Heights
Russell Hornsby is all over the map. He's making movies, shooting a TV drama — ABC Family's Lincoln Heights, which airs a new episode tonight at 7 pm/ET — and he's currently gracing the New York stage in an August Wilson play that he's very passionate about. Luckily, Hornsby found some downtime to talk to TVGuide.com about the characters he's been channeling and who he draws inspiration from.
TVGuide.com: I watched the new episode of Lincoln Heights, "House Arrest," and I have to say it's not what I expected. The show really balances your character's cop life and home life, and that separates it from a lot of other crime dramas.Russell Hornsby: I really have to tip my hat to the executive producers and of course the creators, Seth Freeman,