TVLINE | That was quite an action-packed return.
TVLINE | Nick deals with a lot in this episode. When he sees Juliette and Renard kissing in the doorway and then moving inside, what’s going through his head?
TVLINE | And what’s going on inside the house is actually probably crazier than what he’s imagining. There’s gunplay!
TVLINE | When he talks to Juliette after, when Wu is at the house, it seems like Nick is a little less angry with her; by that point, he knows that maybe she wasn’t in total control of her actions. You play it sort of borderline.
TVLINE | Elsewhere, Adalind is out of jail now and back to causing big trouble.
TVLINE | The showdown between Renard and Nick –
TVLINE | Every single man in Portland does that, eh?
TVLINE | Highly choreographed?
TVLINE | At one point you hit him and you can tell that he’s at least part Wesen – which is something Nick didn’t know before.
TVLINE | He’s seen the inner sanctum now. He’s been in the trailer.
TVLINE | Somehow, his shirt didn’t come off during the fight.
TVLINE | Rosalee mixes up a potion for you. It looks disgusting, by the way.
TVLINE | Assuming that Nick survives this episode, will he have to be around Juliette and Renard having residual feelings?
Grimm is coming back to NBC this March, and TV Equals had a fun time talking with Sergeant Wu himself, Reggie Lee, about his role on the show, what fans can look forward to from this new action-packed season and a brief conversation about a very risque moment coming up on the show. Grimm airs [...]
Grimm “Face Off” Season 2 Episode 13 airs Friday, March 8 2013 on NBC (9-10 p.m. ET). Episode Synopsis: Grimm Season 2 Episode 13 “Face Off” – After Nick (David Giuntoli) learns about Juliette (Bitsie Tulloch) and Captain Renard (Sasha Roiz), he must deal with the consequences. Things get even more complicated when Nick is [...]
Is it possible to be excited and annoyed at the same time? Excited because Grimm brings back such a fantastic new episode tonight and annoyed because 1) it ended way too fast and 2) it leaves us on yet another cliffhanger. I just don’t have the strength to wait another week to find out what [...]
Once upon a time, NBC left Grimm fans with a huge cliffhanger and nearly four months to stew about it. (At least the network had the good grace to apologize in advance.) This Friday (9/8c), the mystical drama’s sophomore season finally continues with an episode that offers a huge payoff for the fairytale faithful.
Silas Weir Mitchell told TVLine that the hiatus seemed interminable to members of the cast, too.
“Oh my god, it’s been forever,” he said, adding that he hopes Grimm‘s audience hasn’t gone into hiding like an eisbiber sensing a skirmish ahead. “I love this job. I love the people I’m working with. I love the town we’re in… so let’s hope that people come and watch this Friday; I want to keep making these because I think it’s fun. It’s a cool, weird little show that I want to have its full life lived.”
The next day in that life picks up right where we left off in November, with Nick learning that Captain Renard is Juliette’s mystery man. Here, Mitchell and co-stars Bitsie Tulloch and Sasha Roiz preview the sexy and shocking surprises you can expect in “Face Off.”
SEX, PECS AND A SCHEMING EX-HEX(ENBIEST) | As you know from the promo, Juliette and Renard’s obsession with each other ignites some serious lip-locking – and we can report that lamps are broken, a gun is fired and shirts are ripped as part of the foreplay. “It’s almost like Grimm After Dark – you know, a racier version,” Roiz joked during a conference call with media. Tulloch added that neither Juliette nor her police-captain paramour are quite in their right minds. “This is not some slow burning love,” she said. “They can’t control the lust.” Before the hour is over, Adalind also gets her swerve on – and the pint-sized blonde is even freakier (and cunning) than you might’ve imagined.
ROSALEE IS BACK! | Now that Bree Turner’s real-life maternity leave is over, her fuchsbau rolls back into town – just in time to drop some significant knowledge that affects the outcome of the episode. (When Ms. Calvert hones in on an unexpected side effect of Juliette’s magical coma, it prompts Nick to sigh, “Does anything not end in death?”) And as you might guess, Monroe’s pretty happy to see her. Their reunion “goes probably better than Monroe thinks it might,” said Mitchell.
HANK AND WU | Wu shows up when the Portland PD is called to two crime scenes, both of which have ties to Nick. Elsewhere, Hank sets foot in the station for the first time since Adalind had him pummeled in the previous episode.
THE ODD COUPLE | Nick has moved out of his home and is living with Monroe. “He basically just needs a place to stay while this craziness figures itself out,” Mitchell explained. And while the Grimm is licking his wounds at his pal’s place, Monroe sees his main job as keeping Nick from doing something really stupid to his boss. “It’s like a love triangle, and I’m kind of in the middle of the triangle,” the actor added. “So it’s like a love prism. It’s a love triangle with four points. It’s a love hexahedron. And [Monroe doesn't] really know how to handle it, which is fun.”
NICK’S MISSION | But no matter how much his best friend implores him not to, Nick is determined to take down the man who’s nabbed Juliette’s heart (and other areas). A giant fight in the woods ensues, featuring an even bigger – and series-changing — development that takes place between blows. For the record, Roiz approves of the whole thing. “I’m really glad that we had a chance to finally confront each other, because I think it’s something the fans had been waiting for for a long time — and we, as characters and actors, had been waiting for, as well,” he said. Also important: The key (which, you’ll recall, promises its owner world domination) is in two different people’s possession over the course of the hour.
After a beastly long break, NBC’s Grimm returns Friday (9/8c) for the second half of its sophomore season — and as you’ll see in this exclusive sneak peak from the episode, one of your favorite Wesen is finally coming home.
But even before Rosalee boards the bus that will bring her back to Monroe, she manages to make a crucial connection regarding Juliette, Capt. Renard and their intense obsession — based solely on Monroe’s brief recap of what’s gone down in her absence. (Oh Rosalee, we’ve missed you!)
The wait for Grimm‘s return is almost over, but in case you need help getting through the final stretch of the winter hiatus, NBC has released a doozy of a teaser. Nick (David Giuntoli) will be looking for vengeance when season two resumes, and his quest will lead him straight to Renard (Sasha Roiz), whose [...]
In a (delightfully) Grimm turn of events, onetime 24 villainess Shohreh Aghdashloo has landed a recurring role on NBC’s fairytale drama, TVLine has learned exclusively.
The Oscar-nominated actress will play Stefania Vaduva Popescu, a powerful ally sought out by Claire Coffee’s Adalind. Stefania is referred to as the “Zigeunersprache,” or Queen of the Schwarzwald Gypsies, and her family’s roots run deep in the woods of Austria.
Aghdashloo’s first episode is slated to air in April. Grimm, meanwhile, resumes its second season on Friday, March 8 at 9/8c.
In addition to 24, Aghdashloo’s TV credits include guest spots on NCIS, Grey’s Anatomy and House, as well as a recent arc on Fox’s now-defunct Mob Doctor.
Take a look at the following spoiler TV Line posted about Grimm:
Question: Do another Mike a solid — get me some Grimm scoop to make it through the holidays. —Another Mike
Ausiello: Claire Coffee sums up the first episode back thusly: “The best word I think I can use is scandalous,” she teases. “[Bitsie Tulloch and I] had gone to lunch and came back, and we were both like, ‘Did you read 213? Oh my God!’” Got anything, um, a little more specific? “There’s this big twist that will have a direct effect on Adalind,” she shares, “and will possibly [alter] alliances.” That’s what I’m talking about.
Take a look at the following trailer for Grimm season 2 return for 2013: