These two not only want the same girl, but they're enemies in the Grimm world. Mason is a "snake dude" (according to Monroe), while Marty is a meek, harmless mouse. When their paths cross, it's not pretty. http://www.buddytv.com/articles/grimm/grimm-recap more
Grimm took a walk on the Fringe side tonight with " Of Mouse and Man " airing a serial heavy episode.
It’s a fine line to walk, between serial and procedural, and leaning to one side or the other can be a scary proposition. How much is too much? Will t more
How much is too much serialization when it comes to a procedural? The whole point of having a series be more episodic in nature is that it allows casual viewers to drop in without feeling overwhelmed at complex mythology, but allow things to become too ro more
This week on Grimm , when three people are murdered, Hank figures out the connection -- that a criminal from the past is back to get revenge on the people who helped put him away. And, as the arresting officer, everyone figures Hank is next. But Nick ends more
It's too bad " Game Ogre " didn’t air prior to my midseason report card – my take on things could have been remarkably different. But at least now Grimm can be complimented for showing definite improvement.
Although everyone has a little bit more to do more
The moment that you get to see tangible evidence of character bonds in a new series can be something else. If a show is lucky enough to get a full first season to explore itself and what it can do (which Grimm has and is doing each week), there's a time w more
As a proponent of heavily serialized drama, character development is one of the major things that I look for when deciding whether or not to stick with a new show. Even though you have to give some a little more time than others, there has to be some sens more