One midseason replacement TV show we've been keeping an eye on, "Do No Harm," finally has a premiere date, and when making the announcement, NBC also included news on when "Grimm" will be returning in 2013.
While we wait for NBC to announce the premiere date of its midseason replacement series "Hannibal," the casting news for the show continues heating up with one more addition: "Veep" co-star Anna Chlumsky has signed on for a guest starring role.
A key character in the "Hannibal" universe has been cast, and as has been the case with several other roles in the upcoming show, it's being played by yet another alumnus of a previous Bryan Fuller series. Read on for the details.
"Grimm" will return to NBC with new episodes in 2013, but in the meantime we were left with one doozy of a cliffhanger -- and a preview that promises fans some long awaited resolution between Nick and Captain Renard "In the New Year."
Thanks to the Film Sketchr Blog and artist John Gallagher, we now know that originally the Munster family from the "Mockingbird Lane" redux was a lot more monstrous. Get ready for some pretty neat concept art, kids!
When locked in the clink, everyone needs someone to keep them company. In the case of "Hannibal" said company could also end up being breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Read on to find out who the next person on the menu is.
Grimm's Bitsie Tulloch on the Return of Adalind, the Challenges of Juliette's Memory Loss, Her Favorite Wesen, and More!
"Grimm" star Bitsie Tulloch (Juliette) took part in a conference call interview this week leading up to the show's "Fall Finale," airing on Friday, and we have all the highlights right here!
Other shows might get more attention (probably since they're on cable and get away with a bit more sex/gore), but for our money one of the best horror series on TV this season is "Grimm," which is airing its "Fall Finale" this week. Check out a new clip from "Season of the Hexenbiest."
All of the stars of NBC's "Grimm" are on hand to provide interviews and background commentary for another preview of Episode 2.12, "Season of the Hexenbiest," the show's "Fall Finale," which the network promises will have a big cliffhanger. Watch them now!
It's already time for the "Fall Finale" of "Grimm," which means Episode 2.12, "Season of the Hexenbiest," is the last we'll see of our Portland friends until next year. While we wait for NBC to release a few clips, check out the preview and several stills that hint at what's to come.
Let Your Memory Fragments Answer an Unwelcome Caller in Two Clips from Grimm Episode 2.11 - To Protect and Serve Man
If these new clips introduced by "Grimm" co-stars David Giuntoli and Sasha Roiz are any indication, things don't look good for Juliette and Nick this week in Ep. 2.11, "To Protect and Serve Man." Check them both out here!
Only two episodes remain before "Grimm" goes on hiatus until returning to NBC next year, and we have a look at the preview of and image gallery for Episode 2.11, "To Protect and Serve Man," featuring a guest turn by Jason Gedrick (whom you'll probably recognize from this season of "Dexter").
We're still a bit nervous about exactly whose "Hour of Death" is coming on "Grimm" this Friday night, and maybe you are, too. Check out our image gallery and a sneak peek of the episode introduced by Silas Weir Mitchell to see if you can figure out what's ahead.
We've all certainly heard of the Season of the Witch, but on November 16th it's the "Season of the Hexenbiest" on "Grimm" Episode 2.12. Adalind returns to Portland with vengeance as her top priority, and no one is safe!
It looks like there's another Grimm in Portland, and he doesn't seem too pleased with Nick in this preview of next week's episode of "Grimm" on NBC, entitled "The Hour of Death." Has Nick met his match?