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!
With the announcement of the new NBC show "Grimm" came a lot of questions. Would this be a horror show? Would it be a comedy? Would it be worthy of us covering it at all? We're starting to lean toward the "no" side of the fence.
Episodic horror is turning the networks on lately with the success of shows like "The Walking Dead". Everyone is getting in on the horror act lately. It's about time the rest of the industry started playing catch up. Maybe soon they'll even give the genre some respect!