Will NBC Start the Second Season of Grimm Before the Fall Season Begins?
Some interesting news has hit the Net with regard to NBC's plans for the second season of "Grimm", and if it pans out, fans of the series could be seeing its return a few weeks ahead of the typical fall schedule.
According to Deadline, "Grimm" is being eyed for an early launch in August, following NBC’s coverage of the Summer Olympics in London. The network, which is seeking a ratings turnaround, has apparently been contemplating an early rollout for a number of series to take advantage of the monster promotional platform the Olympics provide. Since achieving an August launch date will require production to start early, the "Grimm" writers are already working on Season 2.
We think it sounds like a great idea, but maybe you're not up-to-speed on the show - in which case you should take note of the following: The "Grimm" Season Pass is on sale on iTunes until June 5th. Click here to check it out in HD ($29.99) or SD ($24.99).
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.
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