The real meat of the season may have taken awhile to prepare and it may not have always been the most consistently thrilling meal, but with many of the season-long stories finally converging, Grimm has the opportunity to end the season with an epic bang. more
I am starting to think that Grimm does better when it focuses on one thing – either we have a big mythology continuation episode or we have a creature of the week episode. Last week showed us that when they try to combine the two, both end up being kind o more
"Kiss of the Muse" was the rare Grimm episode where the case of the week actually intertwined with a major aspect of the overall seasonal story, or even intertwined with the story at all. Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/grimm-kiss-of-the-muse-review-t more
Well, that was underwhelming.
I’m not sure what I was expecting, but something that low key to drag Nick out of his kiss of the crazy certainly wasn’t it.
I can see what " Kiss the Muse " might have been trying to pull off w more
Welcome to Tuesday Grimm ! " Endangered " is one of the better installments to introduce new viewers this far into the season with a mostly predominant procedural case and light, easy to follow serial elements. Read More... http://www.tvfanatic. more
What a disappointment. I was hoping that Grimm was going to start its new Tuesday night spot with a fun, fast paced episode that could bring in new viewers. Instead, we got a joyless, clunky episode with a pedestrian Wesen story, practically no action, an more
Okay, the Wesen o’ the Week in “Volcanis” isn’t technically Satan, but it isn’t a Wesen either. It’s a demon/priest of the Roman fire god Vulcan (who was god of lots of other shit too, but I won’t quibble) who poo more