"Grimm" returns to NBC this Friday, March 30th, and we've got a sneak peek of the upcoming Episode 1.15, "Island of Dreams", along with news of a new guest star we'll be seeing during the May sweeps.
NBC's "Grimm" returns this coming Friday, March 30th, with a new episode, and it looks like finally the pieces are going to start coming together with regard to what Captain Renard is up to.
There's some good news coming in today regarding NBC's little show that could, "Grimm". The network, which is in the process of announcing several pickups of existing series, has renewed it for another season.
NBC has provided us with a couple of sneak peeks of tonight's Episode 1.14 of "Grimm", entitled "Plumed Serpent", along with a look at Nick’s newest nemesis, Ariel Eberhart (played by guest star Danielle Panabaker), promising the ep will be "smoking hot"! Check it out and see if you agree.
NBC's "Grimm" continues to bring in decent ratings for the network so it's looking like the show will probably be renewed, but of course nothing is certain until the fat Blutbad sings so here's a preview of Episode 1.14, "Plumed Serpent", to hopefully entice you to tune in.
Earlier this week we showed you a preview of "Grimm" Episode 1.13, "Three Coins in a Fuchsbau", and now NBC has sent over a few sneak peeks of the ep in which Nick’s hunt for a murderer uncovers a shocking mystery about his ancestors.
The last few episodes of "Grimm" have shown a lot of improvement over a couple of previous eps that were a bit lackluster, but Nick really needs to tell Juliette what's going on! Maybe this week? In any event, here's a preview of the upcoming Episode 1.13, "Three Coins in a Fuchsbau".
It's hard to believe NBC's "Grimm" is up to its 12th episode, but that's what we get this week with "Last Grimm Standing", in which a murder leads Nick and Hank to an underground fight club. Check out these clips from the ep along with some cool artwork for the "Lowen Games" themselves.
Her "True Blood" stint may have come to an untimely end, but that's not stopping Jessica Tuck from staying within the supernatural genre as she's signed on for a guest starring role in NBC's "Grimm" as a Hexenbiest.
This week sees Amy Acker heading to NBC's "Grimm" for her highly anticipated guest starring role in Episode 1.11, "Tarantella", and the network has sent us three new clips accompanied by the ep's promo. Watch things get cryptic when a body leads Nick to a new creature.
We've been looking forward to seeing Amy Acker on NBC's "Grimm" since we first heard about her being tapped for a guest starring role, and our patience will be rewarded this Friday, February 10th, in an episode entitled "Tarantella". Read on for the full synopsis and to see a preview.
"Grimm" returns to NBC tomorrow night with Episode 1.10, "Organ Grinder", as Nick discovers the creature world has an unusual use for human organs. Check out our preview of the ep and see if you can guess which classic tale the writers are adding their patented "Grimm" twist to!
"Grimm" continues to be one of the few bright spots on NBC's lackluster schedule so the network is no doubt glad to have it back on the air now that the new year has begun. The upcoming Episode 1.09, "Of Mouse and Man", features a creature who, according to this preview trailer, isn't quite as harmless as everyone thinks he is. Check it out!
The powers-that-be at NBC have held "Grimm" off the air for a bit longer than expected following the holidays, but finally the show will be back on Friday, January 13th, with a new episode entitled "Game Ogre". If you've been missing Nick, Hank, and the rest of the gang, you'll want to check out this new promo preview of the ep, in which a string of brutal murders lead our fearless detectives to a man who recently escaped from prison.
NBC's new series "Grimm" is on holiday hiatus until Friday, January 6th, but in the meantime we have a brief synopsis of upcoming Episode 1.09, "Of Mouse and Man". While we've enjoyed several of the series' episodes so far, they really need to tighten things up a bit as we're finding the show to be quite uneven thus far.