Earlier this week we provided several clips and previews from the November 11th episode of "Grimm" on NBC, entitled "Beeware", but one thing missing was a good look at the actual monster of the piece, and we have that for you today. Take a peek at guest star Nana Visitor as The Mellischwuler.
So, have you checked out "Grimm" on NBC yet? Two episodes in, we're liking it pretty well and are looking forward to seeing which fairy tales the show's creators deconstruct next. Along those lines, we have synopses to share of the next two episodes - "Beeware" and "Lonelyhearts" - along with a few sneak peeks of "Beeware" courtesy of NBC.
With a few notable exceptions such as Insidious and Paranormal Activity 3, it's been a dismal year at the multiplex for horror. So what are fans supposed to do, especially on this holiest of all holiday weekends, Halloween? Turn to television of course, where the likes of "The Walking Dead", "Dexter", "American Horror Story", "Supernatural", "The Vampire Diaries", and even "The Secret Circle" and BBC America's "Bedlam" are kicking all sorts of genre ass. And a new entry arrives this Friday, October 28th, vying for your attention: NBC's "Grimm". Is it worth your time considering everything else there is to choose from?
Press Conference Coverage: Executive Producers and Writers Jim Kouf and David Greenwalt Discuss Grimm and the World of Network Television Horror
NBC is gearing up to premiere its latest foray into genre programming on Friday, October 28th: "Grimm," a new police procedural inspired by the classic Grimms’ fairy tales that centers around Portland homicide Detective Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli; Turn The Beat Around, Camera Obscura), who discovers he is descended from an elite line of criminal profilers known as "Grimms" that have been charged with keeping balance between humanity and the mythological creatures of the world.
Anybody take advantage of NBC's offer to its "Grimm" Twitter followers to watch the pilot early? We got our hands on the code to do so and will have a story with our first impressions up shortly, but in the meantime here are three new TV spots (granted, they're all a bit similar) that'll give you a good idea of what to expect.
NBC is giving Twitter users a sneak peek at its new series "Grimm" two weeks before the drama debuts. The network is making the first episode available to those who follow the show on Twitter.
To help fill the time between now and the October 28th premiere of NBC's new series "Grimm", inspired by the classic Grimms’ Fairy Tales, the network has released three clips from the show highlighting such characters as Snow White, Cinderella, and of course Prince Charming.
Although it was originally scheduled for October 21st, NBC has decided to push back the premiere of its new series "Grimm" an extra week so it will now debut on Friday, October 28th, closer to Halloween. In addition, Halloween-themed episodes of the network's Thursday night comedies –- “Community,” “Parks and Recreation,” “The Office,” and “Whitney” -- will be telecast October 27th in recognition of the holiday.
And the last of the fall TV premiere dates are rolling in with NBC's announcement today of its 2011-12 season debuts. The only horror-related entry on its slate is "Grimm", but we'll take it as it looks to be one of the more promising new shows on any network. You can catch the first episode of "Grimm" on Friday, October 21 at 9/8c.
And another one of our highly anticipated new genre TV shows is getting the royal treatment at this year's San Diego Comic-Con as we've learned that NBC's "Grimm" is set to premiere at the big show on Saturday, July 23rd, followed by a Q&A with its creators and full cast.
As we told you last week, NBC has added the fairy tale-themed "Grimm" to its upcoming fall schedule. Here are a few video previews, interviews, photos, and the full plot synopsis to help you decide if "Grimm" will be added to your DVR rotation.
In the wake of the really crappy news that "Locke and Key" hasn't been picked up for the upcoming season of television, at least one network has made sure they have room for a new episodic horror show.
More TV pilot casting news has come in (boy, are genre-themed shows popular this year!), this time for NBC's dark but fantastical cop drama "Grimm". Joining the cast as a "special guest star" is Kate Burton.
And the cast for NBC's potential new series "Grimm" has expanded by two, adding Russell Hornsby ("Lincoln Heights") and Bitsie Tulloch ("Quarterlife") to the previously announced David Giuntoli and Silas Weir Mitchell.
The latest bit of episodic horror to be hitting network TV, "Grimm", has scored itself a lead and then some. Read on for the details!