Fantastic Four star Ioan Gruffudd and his wife, The Vampire Diaries actress Alice Evans, welcomed a baby girl in September, E! Online reports.
It's the Flying Dead! When NBC's hit supernatural series Grimm ended last season, Portland cop Nick Burkhardt (played by David Giuntoli) had been turned into a zombie and was all boxed up on a plane bound for Europe. When the series returns on Friday, Oct. 25, the Royal Families will try to use him as a pawn in their crusade to take over the world — but will Nick turn out to be a Royal asset or a Royal pain? Giuntoli gave TV Guide Magazine a preview!
Are you going through Wesen withdrawal?
Grimm won't return for its third season until late October, but here's a little refresher that will take the edge off and keep you from woge-ing. With this "rapid recall" recap of Season 2, you'll get all of last year's action...
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.
The only thing creepier than James Spader in NBC's new drama The Blacklist might be his hologram-esque likeness. As part of the Peacock network's presence at Comic-Con, crowds will be able to interact with a "virtual Red Reddington," Spader's mysterious Blacklist character.
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.
NBC has announced premiere dates for its fall schedule, including long-running drama Law & Order: SVU and anticipated new series The Blacklist and The Michael J. Fox Show.
SVU fans will have to wait until ...
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The good news for Dancing with the Stars? The Season 16 finale surged week-to-week. The bad news? It still hit a new finale low.
The two-hour results show — the series' last for now — drew 15 million viewers and a 2.6 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, up 44 percent from ...
[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...