Aunt Marie's trailer strikes again!
On Friday's all-new Grimm (9/8c, NBC), Nick (David Giuntoli) and his pals turn to Aunt Marie's trailer for help researching a...
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Hannibal is back for seconds this February!
The 13-episode second season of the thriller...
'Tis the season for giving, and Grimm is giving double this year. NBC's fantasy crime procedural will air two back-to-back episodes Friday at 9/8c, featuring Wesen that will put an extra chill in your winter.
Benicio Del Toro
Could NBC's supernatural Friday lineup be expanding?
The network is developing a TV adaptation of the 2010 film, The Wolfman, a remake of the 1941 movie, The WolfMan, Deadline reports.
25 totally unnecessary spin-offs
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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 ...
"Biggish eyes, snouty-ish, brutish, Neanderthal-esque and basically a jerkwad." No, Rosalee (Bree Turner) isn't describing her ex, but the newest Wesen that's plaguing our heroes ...
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When it comes to the world of Grimm, nothing is what it seems, and that applies to Grimms themselves. Friday's episode (9/8c, NBC) picks up after Nick's (David Giuntoli) recovery from his zombie-like state. Of course, the outside world doesn't know that...
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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Dracula's ratings didn't suck!
The new NBC drama debuted to 5.3 million viewers and a 1.8 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, making it the network's highest rating in the timeslot since Jan. 4 (excluding breaking news).
Josh Charles and Julianna Margulies
Can't they all just get along? Perish the thought.
Few spectacles are more exciting and satisfying than watching a great series reinvent itself with bold strokes and high drama. In its five seasons, CBS's The Good Wife has never played it safe in boardroom, courtroom or bedroom — but nothing could have prepared us for just how explosively entertaining the war within Lockhart/Gardner was going to be.