Grimm Reviews & Ratings

Fridays, 9:00 PM ET on NBC

60 minutes

When Portland, Ore., homicide detective Nick Burkhardt receives a visit from his sick aunt, he gets an explanation for some strange events in his life. She informs him that he is descended from a long ancestry of "Grimms", not just chroniclers of fairy tales but hunters charged with protecting humanity from supernatural creatures. Soon Nick discovers that he can see the creatures, "wesen", who look merely human to most people, and he must bear the responsibility of his ancestors and deal with the mythology of the Brothers Grimm. As Burkhardt tries to cope with the newfound dangers of his life without alarming his fiancee and his partner, he becomes more knowledgeable about the ancient rivalry -- with help from a peaceable clockmaker.
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The upcoming episode of Grimm season 4 will find Adalind revealing to Nick that she is pregnant with his baby, thereby ruining his already troubled relationship with Juliette forever.

Episode 19 is titled Iron Hans, where a Wesen rite of passage becomes deadly.

According to the official synopsis, "Nick (David Giuntoli) and Hank (Russell Hornsby) are brought in to investigate a homicide they learn is connected to an age-old Wesen rite of passage. Meanwhile, Juliette (Bitsie Tulloch) makes a surprising new ally."

Elsewhere, Captain Renard (Sasha Roiz) continues to battle darkness within, and Nick finds hope for Juliette in the last person he expected, Adalind (Claire Coffee). Silas Weir Mitchell, Reggie Lee, and Bree Turner also star.

Going by the promo, Adalind's revelation of her pregnancy to Nick creates a lot of complications.

The promo ends with Juliette seeing Nick and Adalind together, and saying, "So, it's true. I am going to rip this b***h's throat out."

Co-creators James Kouf and David Greenwalt talk Juliette and Nick's relationship and the season 4 finale.

The producers advise fans who are hoping for a happy ending to Nick and Juliette's recent struggles and her acclimating to her Hexenbiestiality, to temper expectations.

"She's out of control," Greenwalt told Tvline. "Imagine a baby with a bottle and a gun." That'll leave Juliette free to, perhaps, re-start her fling with a certain police captain? "They might make hate at some point," he added.

Meanwhile, the investigation into a Jack the Ripper copycat will span multiple episodes and place one of Portland's finest in grave danger. While Trubel's back, "you don't really know it's her," Greenwalt teased.

Besides, "Baby Diana will be seen, but not in the same form as before." Elsewhere, Adalind works with Rosalee and Monroe on a last-ditch cure for Juliette.

About the Grimm season 4 finale, the report says, "an insane discovery sends Nick hurtling down a path of revenge, aimed straight for the Royals. And having rejected help from Monroe and Rosalee, Juliette spirals faster into the 'biest abyss."

The upcoming episode of Grimm season 4 will find Adalind revealing to Nick that she is pregnant with his baby, thereby ruining his already troubled relationship with Juliette forever.

Episode 19 is titled Iron Hans, where a Wesen rite of passage becomes deadly.

According to the official synopsis, "Nick (David Giuntoli) and Hank (Russell Hornsby) are brought in to investigate a homicide they learn is connected to an age-old Wesen rite of passage. Meanwhile, Juliette (Bitsie Tulloch) makes a surprising new ally."

Elsewhere, Captain Renard (Sasha Roiz) continues to battle darkness within, and Nick finds hope for Juliette in the last person he expected, Adalind (Claire Coffee). Silas Weir Mitchell, Reggie Lee, and Bree Turner also star.

Going by the promo, Adalind's revelation of her pregnancy to Nick creates a lot of complications.

The promo ends with Juliette seeing Nick and Adalind together, and saying, "So, it's true. I am going to rip this b***h's throat out."

Co-creators James Kouf and David Greenwalt talk Juliette and Nick's relationship and the season 4 finale.

The producers advise fans who are hoping for a happy ending to Nick and Juliette's recent struggles and her acclimating to her Hexenbiestiality, to temper expectations.

"She's out of control," Greenwalt told Tvline. "Imagine a baby with a bottle and a gun." That'll leave Juliette free to, perhaps, re-start her fling with a certain police captain? "They might make hate at some point," he added.

Meanwhile, the investigation into a Jack the Ripper copycat will span multiple episodes and place one of Portland's finest in grave danger. While Trubel's back, "you don't really know it's her," Greenwalt teased.

Besides, "Baby Diana will be seen, but not in the same form as before." Elsewhere, Adalind works with Rosalee and Monroe on a last-ditch cure for Juliette.

About the Grimm season 4 finale, the report says, "an insane discovery sends Nick hurtling down a path of revenge, aimed straight for the Royals. And having rejected help from Monroe and Rosalee, Juliette spirals faster into the 'biest abyss."

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Sep 20, 2014 7:02AM EDT
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Bizarre procedural cop fairy-tale show in Portland that works better than it has any right to. Fun and engaging.

Bizarre procedural cop fairy-tale show in Portland that works better than it has any right to. Fun and engaging.

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Nov 20, 2015 9:54PM EST
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Wonderful way to explain fairy tales. I love the new twists and turns.

Wonderful way to explain fairy tales. I love the new twists and turns.

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Jul 19, 2014 9:20AM EDT
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one word AWESOME

one word AWESOME

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May 17, 2015 3:09AM EDT
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When did this show get so good? I've been watching since the beginning and I remember thinking it was going to be cancelled after each season. Now here we are in season 4 and I think this may have been the best season so far!

When did this show get so good? I've been watching since the beginning and I remember thinking it was going to be cancelled after each season. Now here we are in season 4 and I think this may have been the best season so far!

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Feb 28, 2015 9:45PM EST
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This show is a modern fantasy based take of a cop show. This show incorporates lore from all over the world, bringing back to life old wives tales, legends, myths and fairy-tales. There is action, mystery, drama, deception; everything that makes a show whole. The underlying plot will keep you watching, you'll need to know what happens next. I recommend this show to all crime and drama lovers.

This show is a modern fantasy based take of a cop show. This show incorporates lore from all over the world, bringing back to life old wives tales, legends, myths and fairy-tales. There is action, mystery, drama, deception; everything that makes a show whole. The underlying plot will keep you watching, you'll need to know what happens next. I recommend this show to all crime and drama lovers.

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Dec 17, 2014 1:02AM EST
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i recommend is show to everyone

Great Show

i recommend is show to everyone

Great Show

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Feb 13, 2016 3:24PM EST
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I love the show and all the wesen creatures they come up with. Monroe and Rosalie help bring a lot of humor to the show and I hope the show keeps going for many seasons more.

I love the show and all the wesen creatures they come up with. Monroe and Rosalie help bring a lot of humor to the show and I hope the show keeps going for many seasons more.

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This is a show that gets better as it goes along. The first season was a monster-of-the-week combined with a light police procedural, and was just ok. It was very predictable.

Each season is a little stronger than the last. The show has built up an interesting world, and the reveals keep coming.

I like that Nick (the "Grimm" monster hunter) doesn't know his powers, and slowly discovers them only as needed. He seems to have an adaptive ability - he gets blinded, and develops super hearing to compensate. Stuff like that.

There are also many interesting characters in the supporting staff. Monroe is a werewolf-type creature you'd expect from a "Red Riding Hood" story, but now he's a vegetation who works on clocks and knows lots of monster lore.

If you like "Buffy the Vampire Slayer", you'll probably enjoy this show.

This is a show that gets better as it goes along. The first season was a monster-of-the-week combined with a light police procedural, and was just ok. It was very predictable.

Each season is a little stronger than the last. The show has built up an interesting world, and the reveals keep coming.

I like that Nick (the "Grimm" monster hunter) doesn't know his powers, and slowly discovers them only as needed. He seems to have an adaptive ability - he gets blinded, and develops super hearing to compensate. Stuff like that.

There are also many interesting characters in the supporting staff. Monroe is a werewolf-type creature you'd expect from a "Red Riding Hood" story, but now he's a vegetation who works on clocks and knows lots of monster lore.

If you like "Buffy the Vampire Slayer", you'll probably enjoy this show.

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by Moniie
May 25, 2015 7:27PM EDT
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I like it so far but im not very far yet

i love how they use fairytale elements :)

I like it so far but im not very far yet

i love how they use fairytale elements :)