When we last left Detective Nick Burkhardt, he had finally let his partner Hank into his secret life as a Grimm, while Juliette had come home but still had no memories of Nick.
The last episode "Bad Moon Rising" was one of the better episodes because something game-changing happened in a way that can't be forgotten. But how will that translate to future episodes, like tonight's episode "Quill?" Read on for your in-depth recap of 'Grimm's "Quill."
When we last left Detective Nick Burkhardt, his girlfriend Juliette had woken up for her coma but had no idea who Nick is, and it was Captain Renard who cured Juliette, who also turns out to be a monster that's related to a mysterious European. It's been a busy season.
The last episode "The Kiss" sent Nick's mom packing and did a good job of setting the stakes for the season. Does the latest episode offer interesting developments? Read on for your in-depth recap of 'Grimm's "Bad Moon Rising."
When we last left Detective Nick Burkhardt he was about to be attacked by a vicious shape-shifter who just killed two FBI agents. Though we doubt that Nick will get murdered, his mother is with him, and she might just be expendable. His girlfriend Juliette is still in a coma, and she needs to get the cure fast.
The last episode "Bad Teeth" didn't resolve many of the major plot points from the end of the first season, but it did seem to improve the formula of the show and expand the universe. Does the latest episode give a little more closure, or does it go down the rabbit hole further? Read on for your in-depth recap of 'Grimm's second episode of its second season "The Kiss."
When we last left David Giuntoli's Detective Nick Burkhardt, he was about to tell his girlfriend that he's a Grimm, only for her to fall into a coma right before Silas Weir Mitchell's Monroe could turn into a Blutbad, on top of confronting the man who may have murdered his parents only to find out his mother (Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio) is still alive.
It was a great cliffhanger, and with Season two starting, there's a whole lot to explain in world of 'Grimm.' Does the first episode of the second season deliver? Read on for your in-depth recap of 'Grimm' Season Two opener "Bad Teeth."
If you didn't catch the first season of NBC's Friday-night horror thriller 'Grimm,' it's time to get your head out of the books. The series is gearing up in time for its second season, which will feature homicide detective Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli) delving even deeper into the world of the supernatural, but if you're not caught up it's time to pick up the 'Grimm' season 1 Blu-ray, hitting the streets Tuesday, August 7! Maybe an exclusive clip will get you going?
We're reasonably certain that Mark Pellegrino has been in every TV show ever, from 'LOST,' to 'Supernatural,' to 'Chuck' and even 'Dexter.' In fact, he may actually be standing behind your this very moment! Fear not, though for we're sure he just wants to tell you that he'll be appearing in an upcoming episode of NBC's supernatural spook-fest, 'Grimm.' He isn't the first 'LOST' alum to make an appearance, but what will Pellegrino be playing?
While the show may have come in a bit under the radar by debuting, and making its foothold in NBC's Friday night lineup, 'Grimm' has achieved a considerable amount of buzz. Definitively renewed for a second season, this fairy-tale success story has already begun plotting out its second season, keeping its Friday time-slot this fall. Guess who's got some fangs to bare next year?
See? The so-called "Friday Night Death Slot" doesn't have to mean curtains for everyone! Plenty of series make respectable numbers from those looking for a Friday night fix in lieu of going out, and now NBC holds one of the largest beacons.
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