The article (link in comments) says that basically there is a chance that Grimm could come back? I'm still on S3 so no spoilers but I heard it was cancelled and was heartbroken Is this just speculation or could this be a new hope for Grimm?
I was really disappointed with the writers of Grimm. I cant even count the amount of times I was waiting for the show to follow up with something or someone to see what was going to happen to them, and its like the writers forgot that person or something completely.
Let me give you some examples:
If anyone asks, I dont really know what made Grimm bingeable for me, but it was a decent show, doesn't mean I cant complain though. Thanks to anyone who read the whole thing, I needed to vent lol.
EDIT: My boy Bud did all the muscle work in all the scenes he was in, and he didn't even get included in the finale? Throw the whole show away lol.
ONE LAST THING I REMEMBERED: When Nick gets attacked by the baron and becomes a zombie and then becomes "normal" again, we see Juliette flipping out over his "deathly" appearance while sleeping and even makes him go take some tests while seeing the doctor. While watching these parts I was thinking they were going to show more of the barons effects on Nick (great hearing and so on). I think the way they wrapped this side story up was very sloppy. We were made to believe the Barons encounter with Nick was a major cause for concern because we never get an explanation as to how Nick can hear so well, or why when he gets really mad (in one of his interrogations he picked the guy up and turned white like he was dead again) and when he's sleeping, he turns ghostly white.
I am just beginning to watch this show, and my recent interest of scotch made me try to look up the bottle presented in this episode. It's in the very beginning scenes; approx 4.5 minutes in. I cannot find this bottle at all. Is this a made up bottle? Reading from the label it says "Lomhar"... Tried the ol' realiable Google, but to no avail. Please help.
After Nick was zombified and cured, he starts to appear temporarily dead a few times. However, it was rarely shown and I thought they were going to address it before S3 ends, now I'm at S4E1 and it looks like as if the story has forgotten about this. Will this be addressed again soon? If yes, just don't tell the specific details. This is my first time watching.
I posted on here a couple of days ago asking if Sean kills my boy Meisner, and unfortunately the bastard did kill him. Up to this point Renard has been an absolute pompous fucktwit whose character deserves death more than anyone else. I skimmed through his characters bio to find that sadly, he lives till the end of the show. Can anyone tell me if he ends up being absolutely miserable by the end Grimm?
Edit: I think its glorious how Meisner is tormenting Sean with his non-stop reappearances to make him look like he's crazy. Sean says he's not one of those people who do the whole "feeling sorry for others" thing well, but Meisner keeps hammering him with his death. I love Meisner lol.
Just finished that episode so please don't spoil anything else that happened afterwards.
So I was wondering, they let the old woman go because they don't have anything believable to the general public to present as evidence that she was responsible for the killings. But her clothes were soaked with blood after she killed that one guy with the dogs (forgot his name). How is this not evidence?
As a character, I really like Meisner a lot. I spoiled something for myself last night searching on the web if he's dead by the end of the show. It said that Renard killed Meisner but can someone spoil this part for me? I thought Renard was sorta a decent guy and he killed Meisner who has helped him a great deal. So my questions are, who's the good and bad guy here, and why did Sean kill Meisner?
I'm currently at the part where Juliette is in jail cause she used her powers to throw the guy across the bar. I understand that a big part of her life turning to shit is because of Nick and his baggage but that still doesn't excuse her behavior with other characters. It's always her way or no way and she just shows up to peoples work/businesses/homes to demand answers for things she is in no way capable of processing. Does she get any more likable later on?
I realize others have posted their ... dislike of Season 4, and I am definitely one of those people. I haven't quite finished the season, but I just got through the whole unfortunate reveal with Nick's mom in episode 21. What on earth happened to this show? This season seems to be so dark, and the balance of serious-to-comedy from earlier seasons that I really enjoyed has gone out the window. The other thing I really enjoyed about the show was the cop aspect, which took center stage most of the time, but now it's like an after thought, like the murders or incidents they're solving are just kind of shoved in amidst all the stupid drama.
I don't care about spoilers, spoil away. (I tried to do some reading up on Juliette because... I just really want her to die slowly and painfully, but I know she takes on a new persona as Eve and is listed as 'alive' on the fan wiki, so clearly she doesn't get what's coming to her.) What I want to know is does the show ever back away from the ridiculous drama and go back to being a balanced cop show? The episode with Nick's mom, and the stuff leading up to, has made me want to stop watching the show. I just want to know if it gets better.
Why she became so nice and friendly in S5? i know she used some supressor to stop the hexenbiest powers, but she got them back at the end and her personality didn't change back to being a evil witch...
Also, just noticed, did they decide to add telekinesis powers to hexenbiest after Diana was born? because in the fight between adalind and nick in S1 she didn't use those powers
He's such a chill funny dude and quickly became my favorite part of the show, he's got this laid back chill vibe about him, like he's someone you could hang out with and knock back a few beers with. He's also definitely a badass mofo. I swear Wu is secretly a stoner with the way he jokes and acts.
I dont know where things are going since I just finished the 2nd season, but I have to say, whenever she pops up on the screen, she kills the mood each and every time. I hate how clingy and cringy she is and not to mention she's so demanding of everyone and puts them in this awkward corner to which that character's response is "ok fine I'll do what you say". *Personal Opinion* I think the show would be a whole lot better without her.
Sorry, just had to get that off my chest.
Please don't ruin the show for me. I just finished season 2 and I'm really confused. How did Addalind and the Romanian (I think) lady know what Frau Pesch was going to do? Like they knew specifically she was going to go full doppelgänger on them and Addalind woke up and revealed it was all part of the plan?? Everyone had so many chances to kill her and here I am, watching her on the screen..
I just finished the series and I think the way humor was done on Grimm was the best of all TV series (non comedy) that I've watched. They managed to weave in comic relief very well throughout the whole series without making it tacky or straying from the overall drama base.
Just finished episode 15 of season 5. Finally watching again after a 2-3 year hiatus.
Due to not watching in ages so i knew what was happening i re-watched from season 2.
Seasons 1-4 are very royal focused...
>!where are the royals?
Did the writers just forget they existed and were a major plot point for the entire grimm series so far?!<
Not looking for spoilers just really confused.