Last week resolved one of 'Grimm''s many cliffhanging plots, and it looks like this week will finally bring the birth of Adalind's Royal child. Even so, that doesn't really go any place. No, this episode is notable for finally revealing Sgt. Wu's first name. Read on for all you need to know about this week's new 'Grimm' episode "Mommy Dearest."
After an Olympics-inspired break, 'Grimm' returns to pick up where it left off. Will Monroe and Rosalee be able to convince his parents that they're perfect together? Will Nick and Hank be able to catch the latest Wesen serial killer? Will this turn into a three or four-parter? Read on for our in-depth review of tonight's episode of 'Grimm,' "Revelation."
Well, it looks like Monroe and Rosalee are going to make it official, which means this could be the lightest episode of this season of 'Grimm.' But as the couple have been sidelined for much of the season, they deserve a good episode.
After the last couple installments of 'Grimm,' it's nice to know that Monroe and Rosalee get a little more attention in the latest episode, "The Good Soldier." It's been a while since Monroe has been in the spotlight, as he's been pushed to the background for much of this season.
Finally, in season three of 'Grimm' we're starting to see Juliette actually do something interesting. Some times it takes an ensemble a while to gel, and perhaps Nick had to keep his secrets from her for at least a season, but now that she knows her partner is a wesen-killer, Juliette has become infinitely more compelling.Hopefully that holds in tonight's episode.
After a relatively short winter break, 'Grimm' is back to bust some wesen heads. Though there's nothing all that cliffhangery from the last episode of 2013, which was Christmas-themed, the show still has some dangling plot threads to deal with, like Adalind's pregnancy.
The second episode of 'Grimm' tonight celebrates the holidays with a Christmas-themed Wesen and episode. Ho ho ho, hopefully it's a good one.
Tonight offers two episodes of 'Grimm' to close out 2013, and hopefully they'll go out strong. First up is "Cold Blooded," and it seems unlikely that's a reference to the Rick James song.
Last week's 'Grimm' was goofy but very enjoyable, but this week's new episode "Stories We Tell Our Young" looks to play up the show's creepier side. Hopefully it hits the spot.
It's either bold or stupid that 'Grimm' is releasing a new episode the day after Thanksgiving, and it's hard to say which. But we're happy to spend some time with weird Portland people for the holidays, so that's the up side.