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Video Previews and Interviews for the Next Two Episodes of Grimm – Danse Macabre and The Three Bad Wolves

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Now that we’re closing in on NBC’s big two-night event showcasing “Grimm”‘s return this week on Thursday, December 8th, and Friday, December 9th, the network has released a few new promo videos and interviews for the upcoming “Danse Macabre” and “The Three Bad Wolves” episodes. Check ‘em out, and be sure to tune in!

“Danse Macabre” Synopsis (Airing 12/8/11):
A beloved high school music teacher’s body is destroyed by rats.

“The Three Bad Wolves” Synopsis (Airing 12/9/11):
Nick and Hank investigate the explosion of a Blutbad’s home, which exposes a longstanding family feud that brings Monroe face-to-face with characters from his troubled past. While Monroe wrestles with restraining his wild side, it’s up to Nick to keep everything from going up in flames.

Inspired by Grimms’ fairy tales, “Grimm” follows Portland homicide Detective Nick Burkhardt, played by David Giuntoli, as he battles supernatural forces. Bitsie Tulloch portrays his fiancée, Juliette Silverton, with Russell Hornsby as his partner, Hank Griffin, and Silas Weir Mitchell as his confidant, Monroe. Reggie Lee and Sasha Roiz co-star. It is produced by Universal Television with Hazy Mills Prods. and GK Prods. Sean Hayes, Todd Milliner, David Greenwalt, Jim Kouf, Naren Shankar, and Norberto Barba are executive producers.

Below are the clips “Death by Rats”, in which a high school music teacher suffers a particularly unusual fate, and “Curious Clue”, in which the autopsy of a rat provides Hank and Nick with an interesting lead. Below those are interviews with David Giuntoli discussing the gruesome, rat-infested encounters Nick faces in the episode “Danse Macabre”; “Grimm” special effects master Barney Burman discussing his impressive experience; Silas Weir Mitchell, the man behind Monroe, discussing the role of music in “Danse Macabre” as well as the struggle of his character; and lastly, Russell Hornsby discussing The Pied Piper’s influence in “Danse Macabre.”

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