Last week's season premiere of "Grimm" left us with a cliffhanger to rival the show's Season 1 finale. Hopefully tonight's episode, entitled "The Kiss," will bring some resolution along with the live tweeting that's happening on both coasts.
Nick is in big trouble in this clip from the upcoming Episode 2.02 of NBC's "Grimm", entitled "The Kiss," but as usual Hank's on his way to help our hero out. Check it out, and tune in this Monday night at 10pm/9c.
The race is on to save Juliette in the next episode of "Grimm," entitled "The Kiss," which also features guest stars James Frain, Jessica Tuck, Mike Dopud, and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio. Check out the episode's preview right here.
With "Grimm" Season 2 set to debut on NBC tonight at 10:00 pm, we have one last video to share: a behind-the-scenes look at the filming process for Episode 2.01, "Bad Teeth," that also includes a peek at some the props used in the series.
A third clip from the Season 2 premiere of NBC's "Grimm" has landed online, and it's a nice gory look at the damage inflicted by the most menacing beast yet to appear on the show - a sabre-toothed fiend whom Nick faces off against in Episode 2.01, "Bad Teeth."
"Grimm" Season Two is set to premiere next Monday, August 13th (read our "Grimm" Season One Blu-ray/DVD review here), and in honor of the occasion NBC is rolling out some behind-the-scenes videos. First up is "Creating the Creatures."
Another clip from the August 13th premiere of "Grimm" Season 2 has arrived, and it focuses on one hell of an awkward reunion between Nick and his supposedly dead mother. Check it out along with the previously released clip, which picks up right where this new one leaves off.
NBC has released the full synopses of the first two episodes of Season 2 of "Grimm", which are entitled "Bad Teeth" and "The Kiss." Best of all? We now know that James Frain ("True Blood") will be appearing in both of them!
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.
The marketing focus so far for "True Blood" Season Four may be on witches and fairies, but don't think for a second that HBO has forgotten about the folks who put the show on the map--namely, its vamps--as evidenced by the newest promo poster to hit the Net.
Jessica Tuck, who plays recurring character Nan Flannigan on HBO's "True Blood", has been promoted to a full-fledged series regular as Season Four ramps up production. In addition, a new trio of female actresses is being added to the show, one as a regular and the other two as recurring.