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.
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Who will transform? Who has good news? And who will show off a new skill? Read on for the Season 3 scoop:
1. A new side to Nick Last we saw our dear Grimm, he had been tossed in a coffin after he got the poisonous green stuff spit in his face by that top-hatted Baron Samedi (Reg E. Cathey). As we've seen by previous victims, Nick is fated to wake up as a crazed zombie. "He's going to be a bit of a monster," executive producer David Greenwalt said. "He won't know who his friends are."
2. Shiny new Wesen "We've got gators in the sewer, sexy-scary mermaids and a faith healer," Greenwalt revealed.
3. Woe is Wu The good sergeant, who is still out of the Wesen loop, will nevertheless run afoul of one of the monsters. "We've got a bad one coming for Wu that will cause major problems for him," executive producer Jim Kouf said. Reggie Lee, who plays Wu, added, "He's going to suffer greatly, and then possibly recover. We're not sure yet."
4. Russian Renard? The hybrid Hexenbiest police chief will reveal yet another foreign language in his arsenal beyond French. "I speak Russian," Sasha Roiz, who plays Sean Renard, said. "We're going to utilize that very soon." More importantly, there will be more #ShirtlessRage in the works.
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5. Wesen wedding! Confirming earlier reports, Silas Weir Mitchell and Bree Turner, Monroe and Rosalee, respectively, confirmed that Monrosalee will get married. "I think it's nice to know it's on the horizon, but the fun of it is the difficulty getting there ... to what is hopefully felicitous nuptials," Mitchell said.
6. A Hank of burning love Russell Hornsby, who portrays Nick's partner Hank, was somewhat out of the picture last season after he tore his Achilles tendon in real life. "After recovering from my Achilles injury, one needs a little help," Hornsby said. "I know there's a woman out there who is willing to help mend my ways ... and my foot."
7. Another piece to the map Greenwalt teased that "you might see a second key this season." Since the mystery of the original key has been in play since Season 1, we expect some real answers soon!
8. Grimm again? "A new character is coming that has its own Grimm situation," Greenwalt said cryptically.
Grimm returns on Friday, Oct. 25 at 9/8c on NBC before the debut of new horror series Dracula, starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers.