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The Most Important Shows on TV: Week of March 27, 2017

Which TV series will your friends (and the entire internet) be talking about this week? Stay informed — or at least be able to fake it — with SideReel's weekly guide to The Most Important Shows on TV.   Nobodies (Series Premiere) Wednesday at 10 p.m. on TV Land Why: Melissa McCarthy, that's why. Although she doesn't appear in the first episode, she really is the star of this show, which she produces along with husband Ben Falcone (and which has already been renewed). In the series, three alums of the venerable Los Angeles improv institution the Groundlings play versions of themselves, struggling comedy performers trying to persuade their famous friends to star in a movie they've written. Hugh Davidson, Larry Dorf, and Rachel Ramras have the kind of chemistry that comes only from performing together for years. They also have a love of cringe comedy. This episode is full of awkward moments that will have you averting your eyes and/or scrambling for the mute button. But, you know, in a good way? One of the show's strengths is its roster of guest stars, including Maya Rudolph, Allison Janney, and Jason Bateman just in the first two episodes. Prepare to talk about: The Fartlemans , which seems like a great idea, tbh; the intense awkwardness of pitching; what a good sport Ben Falcone is.   13 Reasons Why (Series Premiere) Friday at 3 a.m. on Netflix Why: Based on the best-selling young adult novel by Jay Asher, this mystery drama follows Clay Jensen after he receives a box of carefully labeled cassette tapes from a classmate (and crush) who committed suicide two weeks earlier. On the tapes, Hannah Baker explains the 13 reasons why she slit her wrists, identifying the people who contributed to her decision. Roof stoof, you guys. The series is split pretty equally between Clay's present-day storyline and flashbacks prominently feature Hannah. Dylan Minnette and Katherine Langford are strong leads. The supporting cast includes Riverdale 's Ross Butler and Parenthood 's Miles Heizer; Kate Walsh and Brian d’Arcy James also have (surprisingly) well developed roles as Hannah's parents. This project attracted major behind-the-scenes talent from the start, including Spotlight 's Tom McCarthy and indie legend Gregg Araki. Among the more surprising names attached is Selena Gomez's; she and her mother are executive producers. Prepare to talk about: How unbingeable this Netflix series is (really, one or two episodes at a time, max); Kate Walsh in what is probably career-best work.   Grimm (Series Finale) Friday at 8 p.m. on NBC Why: No longer as attention-grabbing as it once was, Grimm has nevertheless continued to entertain fans and critics during this sixth and final season. The wonderfully weird series concludes with the mix of humor, drama, and terror only a supernatural series could produce. In the sendoff, as Nick struggles to battle a foe it seems no weapon can harm (not even his mysterious stick), he looks to his ancestors for the strength to stick (get it?) with it. Expect a lot of death. Like, a lot! But, you know, what does death even mean on a series like this? Also, look forward to a Legion -level fit of rage from a despondent Nick, an epic face-off between friends, a pretty rad upgrade to that damn stick, and some serious stuff about what we want to do versus what we need to do. Prepare to talk about: How long before revival/reboot talk begins; when David Giuntoli was on Road Rules (never forget); creepy kids being creepy; how monsters are real and currently terrorizing Americans on the daily.   T.J. DeGroat is the editor of SideReel. His favorite Wesen is Donald Trump. Follow him on Twitter . p { text-align: justify; }

Grimm Mega Buzz: Who Is Going to Die?

  The bosses over at Grimm warned us that the series would "end tragically" and -- what do you know? -- they weren't kidding! In Friday's penultimate episode, "Skull Guy" follows Nick ( David Giuntoli ) and Eve ( Bitsie Tulloch ) back from The Other Place and he's even more dangerous than he initially ...Read More...   //

Grimm Exclusive: Skull Guy Is Coming to Portland!

The Scooby Gang's worst nightmare is coming true in the penultimate episode of Grimm . It seems that Diana (Hannah R. Loyd) has figured out a way to free Nick ( David Giuntoli ) and Eve ( Bitsie Tulloch ) from "The Other Place" -- but they aren't coming back to Portland alone. It turns out that Skull Guy ...Read More...   //

Grimm's Baby Kelly: Time to Step Up

Hey,Grimms Baby Kelly. Yeah, you. Dont look at me with that cute little face like you dont know what Im gonna say. Youve had quite a cushy set-up this last year or so, with Adalind and Nick carting you around Portland, giving you front-row access to some of the craziest magic in the Pacific Northwest. [] //

Grimm Sneak Peek: Eve's Mirror Trip Takes a Rather Bad Turn

Grimms Eve might berethinking thatwhole Go through the mirror on my own thing, because this sure aint Wonderland. In this exclusive clip from Fridays episode (NBC, 8/7c), we see the Hexenbiest wake up in a cold, eerily quiet forest, all alone. And although she can see her friends she has absolutely no way to getback [] //

Grimm's David Giuntoli Will Play an Astronaut for CBS

  NBC's Grimm hasn't even aired its series finale, but networks are already picking at the carcass. David Giuntoli , who plays the creature-hunting star in the supernatural procedural, won't be unemployed for long at all. He's been scooped up by CBS to play a handsome space cowboy in the drama pilot  ...Read More... //

David Giuntoli & Poppy Montgomery To Topline CBS Drama Pilot Mission Control

With Grimm wrapping its six-season run on NBC, series star David Giuntoli has been tapped as the male lead in CBS drama pilot Mission Control . Without a Trace and Unforgettable star Poppy Montgomery is returning to CBS as the female lead in the project, from The Martian author Andy Weir, The Martian producer Simon Kinberg and veteran showrunner Charles Eglee ( Dexter ). Written by Weir and directed by Jeremy Podeswa, Mission Control revolves around the next generation of  ...Read More... //

Grimm Star Bitsie Tulloch Bids Adieu as Series End Nears (Exclusive Video)

After six yearsof NBCs supernatural drama, Grimm enters the last half of its final season. 123 episodes is so rare these days, and we wouldnt have been able to be on air for six years if you guys hadnt been so supportive and so loyal, Bitsie Tulloch messaged the shows fans in a recent interview TheWraps Stuart Brazell. Tulloch, who currently plays Eve, and portrayed Juliette Silverton and in earlierseasons,has been on the show since the beginning. ....Read More... //

Grimm Sneak Peek: Eve Is Literally Battling Inner Demons

  Uh-oh the demons are coming for Eve ( Bitsie Tulloch ) on Grimm -- literally. For several weeks, Eve has been fighting to keep her inner Juliette suppressed in fear that her alter-ego will return as the evil hexenbeist who ruined her friends' lives. Eve doesn't want to deal with the guilt of all the ..Read More... //

Grimm Video: Nick Falls... for Rosalee?!

Uh, Monroe? You might wanna take a look at this. Nick declares his undying romantic devotionto Rosalee yes, Rosalee in this weeksGrimm, as youll see in this exclusive sneak peek from the episode (NBC, 8/7c). If youre confused about why Adalinds man is putting the moves on Monroes wife (and baby mama-to-be), weve [] //