Still reeling from Zerstörer’s attack on the precinct, Nick and his remaining friends (and Renard) throw everything they can to stop the end times, and keep Zerstörer from taking Diana and Kelly. Death, destruction, and spoilers after the break. Also, since someone was cool enough to post them, there’s going to be a…
On the second to last episode of Grimm, things get even worse as Zerstörer, aka Skull Face, appears to be unstoppable. Spoilers after the break.
On Friday’s Grimm, no one works a case or goes near the precinct, because it’s time for some serious Grimm business. Spoilers after the break.
Friday’s Grimm touches on a sad topic with a wesen twist. And the main story progresses as Eve tries to learn more about the mirrors and Renard continues his progress towards working with the good guys again. Spoilers after the break.
Friday’s episode of Grimm is wish fulfilment for anyone who wishes people could be stopped from polluting and otherwise damaging the environment. Plus, more on the freaky mirror incident, and Adalind’s drawing of the tunnel symbols. Spoilers after the break.
On Friday’s episode, we get the Grimm version of a classic monster story, while Eve deals with death grip stuff and Renard tries to learn more about Diana’s drawings. Spoilers after the break.
Friday’s Grimm had a main story that was pretty fun, but still overshadowed by the B-story in which Lt. Grossante decides to get revenge on Renard during his weekend with Diana. Spoilers after the break.
Friday’s Grimm was a real detective story with multiple suspects, an undercover operation, and even a red herring. Spoilers after the break.
On Friday’s Grimm, Nick and Hank are put on the trial of a dangerous new wesen who surfaces in Portland (pun intended), and the mystery of the stick and Renard’s haunting continue. Spoilers after the break.
Friday’s Grimm featured a Spanish Wesen cursed with having to face what for anyone else would be a hypothetical moral quandary. Also, Nick, Hank and Wu are back on the job! Spoilers after the break.
Friday’s Grimm picks up from last week’s with any possible homicide charges against Sean Renard dropped, leaving him still in charge of the Portland PD, and about to become the mayor, and Nick still a wanted man. What’s a Grimm to do? Turns out he’s got a plan. Spoilers after the break.
This week’s episode of Grimm picks up right where the previous one led off, with the Portland PD SERT (Special Emergency Response Team) about to move in on Nick who is hiding in Bud’s refrigerator repair shop, on orders from Renard. Spoilers after the break.
The final season of Grimm starts off right where the season 5 finale left off and just goes bigger from there. Spoilers after the break.
Friday’s Grimm season 5 finale ends with a lot of changes to the status quo of Portland, and Nick and his allies and enemies. Spoilers after the break.
Friday’s Grimm picks up right where the previous episode ended, with Nick extremely pissed off, and ready to go after Black Claw hard. Spoilers after the break.
Black Claw continues its infiltration of Portland, and tries to get some power players on its side, while HW investigates Diana’s “liberation” and Wu deals with a slight case of lycanthropy. Spoilers after the break.
On the latest Grimm, Nick and Hank get put on a case that makes the de-aging cream one not seem so bad anymore, and everyone has something to hide. Spoilers after the break.
On Friday’s Grimm, Nick and Hank’s case involves a samurai looking furry wesen, while a lot is going on with the various conspiracies among the wesen world of Portland. Spoilers after the break.
On Friday’s Grimm, seeing is believing, except when wesen are involved. Nick and Hank are on another case involving a wesen using their woge-face to trick people into believing, and Eve continues to investigate how involved Renard is with Black Claw in his run for mayor. Spoilers after the break.
On last night’s Grimm, Nick, Hank, and Wu have to work a case that takes them away from the stuff we actually care about like what’s happening with Renard, HW and Black Claw. Spoilers after the break.