Grimm is back! And it's bringing a brand new collection of CG-faced fairy tale creatures, out to murder the good people of Portland. The first season ended with a massive cliffhanger for our hero, Nick. A new character was introduced, Juliet was poisoned more
With "Bad Teeth," Grimm kicked Season 2 off in a rather bloody fashion, but ultimately we were left with what felt like half an episode. Things certainly picked up on the show last season with the idea of the "Royal Families" being thrown into the mix - a more
It felt like we just left Grimm’s season finale , but, thanks to the Olympics, we get to enjoy " Bad Teeth " a month ahead of time.
In honor of that, I’ll be sure to start this review off on the right foot with a terrible pun: tonight was one of the b more
The first season finale of Grimm ended up quelling much of the enthusiasm I had for the next season. It wasn't a bad episode on its own merits, revealing that Nick's mother didn't actually die and playing up Hank's paranoia, but it was anticlimactic after more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews the second season premiere of NBC's "Grimm," starring David Giuntoli as a Portland cop who learns that fairy tale monsters are real, and only he can see them. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/review-nbc more
Welcome back to season two of Grimm ! When we last left Nick (David Giuntoli) he was face to face with his not so dead mother (Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio ) and struggling to fight off Kimura. Well, mommy took care of the bad guy, at least until the pol more
Most episodes of Grimm begin with a passage from a fairy tale. The Grimm season 2 premiere does not. Instead, a short passage from "The Second Coming" by W.B. Yeats starts the new season: "The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere the ceremony of in more