Smell that? That's Wesen love in the air!
Just in time for Valentine's Day, check out this uber-romantic walk down memory lane for Grimm's heartwarming almost-couple: Monroe and Rosalee, aka "MonRosalee."
Grimm fans can look forward to lots of action when the NBC fantasy procedural returns in March.
In particular, Portland's resident Grimm, Det. Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli), will finally confront Sean Renard (Sasha Roiz), the police captain who has reluctantly become the object of Nick's girlfriend Juliette's affection, thanks to a magical side effect of a potion.
Revolution and more NBC scoop from the TCA Winter TV previews
"It's going to be a powder keg," Roiz told critics at Grimm's winter TV previews on Sunday. Giuntoli added that in the "big, angry kerfuffle... he has a height advantage on me, but I have a rage advantage on him."
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).
We've heard of hair of the dog, but Grimm takes drinking to another level.
In this exclusive sneak peek of Friday's episode (9/8c, NBC), Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) is in danger and must go to Hank (Russell Hornsby) to stay safe. What are a Blutbad and cop to do in close quarters? Drink, of course!
Grimm's Monroe may regularly morph into a wolflike Blutbad, but he undergoes a slightly different transformation when the show returns.
On Friday's episode (9/8c, NBC), Portland cop Nick (David Giuntoli) calls his pal Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) into the field to help solve a case. "This season Monroe is becoming more involved as an active participant as opposed to being on the sidelines and being the personal Grimmopedia," Mitchell tells TVGuide.com.