It looks like Nick is going to have a new adversary on his hands.
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In our fall TV preview, we broke down each day into what to watch live and what to DVR. Here’s your Fall Friday night game plan:
Watch: The Amazing Race (CBS): Season 25 starts tonight in Times Square before contestants take off to locales like St. Thomas, Malta, and the Shetland Islands.
DVR: MasterChef Junior (ABC): A new group of 8- to 13-year-old chefs will try to impress the finicky Gordon Ramsay when season two premieres Nov. 7.
Watch: Shark Tank (ABC): Warning: The entrepreneurs are getting more vicious during season six, kicking off tonight. As Daymond John told EW, “We’re really nasty to each other now.”
DVR: Grimm (NBC): When season 4 premieres Oct. 24, Nick and Hank will be haunted by four terrifying new Wesen.
Watch: Constantine (NBC): The new series follows the story of John Constantine, the antihero of the Hellblazer comic books, described as an “irreverent con man-turned-reluctant supernatural detective.”
DVR: Go out. It’s Friday.
Grimm‘s third season ended with a disrupted wedding, a loss of powers, and an apparent death.
How the NBC show will follow up all the cliffhangers might not be fully known to even the show’s writers, as co-creator David Greenwalt confessed at Grimm‘s Comic-Con panel.
“We’re supposed to go [at the beginning of] every year and tell our betters at the network what they heck we’re doing up in our little office,” Greenwalt said. “Every year we have a plan, and every year [co-creator] Jim [Kouf] scares the hell out of me by saying, ‘Wouldn’t it be better if we did this instead…?'”
Kouf added, “We keep writing ourselves into corners, and then we have to figure out how to get out of them.”
With season four now in production, Grimm‘s writers are back in the business of getting out of corners. At the Comic-Con panel—which this year had graduated to its biggest room yet, Ballroom 20—some of those corner-escape plans were revealed. Read on for some hints of what’s to come and other fun moments from the panel. READ FULL STORY
NBC renewed three dramas Wednesday for another season: Sophomore procedural Chicago Fire, its freshman spinoff Chicago P.D. and Grimm, which will head into a fourth season.
The network previously picked up break out hit The Blacklist and fan favorite comedy Parks and Recreation as well as reality series The Voice and Celebrity Apprentice.
All three of the newly renewed dramas were predicted to return, though P.D. is doing pretty modestly in the ratings. Absent from the drama pickups list: Parenthood, Revolution and Hannibal. Of those three, Parenthood is considered very likely to come back.
Chicago Fire has averaged a 3.1 rating among adults 18-49 so far this season on Tuesday nights when including seven days of DVR playback. Chicago P.D. is averaging a 2.5 on Wednesdays. And on Friday nights, Grimm is holding up the fort with a 2.5.
NBC has announced finale dates for several of its series, including breakout hit The Blacklist, Community, and singing competition The Voice. The network previously announced the April 24 date for the season finale of Parks and Recreation, which will feature a guest spot from first lady Michelle Obama.
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Sgt. Wu (Reggie Lee) is going to be front and center in this week’s episode of Grimm as the team looks to track down the creature responsible for attacking a pregnant friend of the witty lawman.
In the episode, airing Friday, we’ll also take a deeper dive into the life of Wu, finally learning his first name and seeing him have an encounter with what exec producers Jim Kouf and David Greenwalt have called “the scariest Wesen ever.”
Take a look at a sneak peek from the episode below: READ FULL STORY
Grimm returns tonight with a brand-new episode to kick off the action-packed second half of the season — and if executive producers David Greenwalt and Jim Kouf are to be believed, Nick and Co. are in for a lot of drama.
For a look at what’s to come — including a birth, a wedding, and what they called the “scariest” Wesen yet — click below for six juicy scoops.
On the impending wedding between Rosalee (Bree Turner) and Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell):
While Monroe and Rosalee couldn’t be happier about their upcoming nuptials, the same can’t be said for their families. So expect a lot of friction to evolve from that conflict, says Greenwalt. “A lot of hell is going to break loose on that,” he says. Troubles aside, fans can expect wedding bells at the very end of the season, he adds, with Kouf teasing that Nick’s involvement with the wedding could creates “its own set of problems” among the Wesen crowd. “It could make for some fireworks,” he says. READ FULL STORY
Meeting your future in-laws is never easy and on Friday’s episode of Grimm, Rosalee (Bree Turner) is going to learn this first hand.
In the exclusive sneak peek below, watch as Monroe’s (Silas Weir Mitchell) parents, played by Dee Wallace and Chris Mulkey, drop in on the couple for a visit, only to find a frazzled (and somewhat unprepared) Rosalee.
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Alexis Denisof is trying to rule the world. But as his character will learn quickly after making his debut on NBC’s Grimm on Friday, it’s much easier said than done.
“His goal is the be the center and ruler of the entire universe and so he’s eliminating all obstacles,” Denisof says of his character, Viktor, cousin of Sean Renard and the late Eric. “It’s not easy to rule the world and there are quote a few steps along the way….He’s stepping into a very complicated situation.”
For one, he’s out for revenge for the death of Eric, who was killed earlier this season. “He has his suspicions of the who, what, when, and where of the murder, and he brings Adalind into his alliance to figure out the details of that.”
In all, taking on the role of Viktor Albert Wilhelm George Beckendor (say that three times…) has been a joy thus far, says Denisof, who reunited with “old pal” Angel executive producer David Greenwalt in taking on the role. “He’s sort of a charismatic megalomaniac,” he says. “I like the character because he’s doing everything with confidence and panache. He’s the poshest character I’ve ever attempted.”
Denisof will first appear on Friday but has shot four episodes so far, with more in the works. “I hope he’ll be the villain you love to watch,” he says. “There are villains who are just creepy, they do the job of scaring you and they leave. But in this case, I think there’s much more to relish.”
Check out some more exclusive photos below. READ FULL STORY
'Sleepy Hollow,' 'How I Met Your Mother,' 'Revolution,' 'Supernatural': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room
Heaps of HIMYM scoop, Sleepy questions answered, and the next phase of Revolution — all that and more in this all-new Spoiler Room!
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Monroe and Rosalee are on the fast track to cohabitation!
In this exclusive clip from Friday’s episode, the cute Grimm pair share a fancy dinner that will apparently include some sort of meat tart AND an invitation from Monroe to his girlfriend to move into his house. What does she say?
Grimm‘s second season ended with Nick being abducted and, unfortunately, turned into a zombie. Happens to the best of us, right?
So where will season 3 pick up? Right where things left off, with zombies still attacking the car. And although that scene might look familiar to viewers, Nick, on the other hand, seems to have undergone some changes with the whole becoming-a-zombie of it all. “I go berserk,” David Giuntoli says in our exclusive first-look video.
However, while Nick is busy being “mean” and “physically aggressive,” according to Giuntoli, the others find out he might not be the only Grimm in the world. Elsewhere, Monroe and Rosalee are getting hot and heavy, and Adalind is trying to find a way to get her powers back now that she’s pregnant.
Watch the cast talk about all of the season 3 action and (many) stunts in our exclusive video below:
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Angel alum Alexis Denisof is getting back into the supernatural business.
EW has confirmed the actor will appear on the upcoming third season of NBC’s Grimm. He will play a character named Viktor Albert Wilhelm George Beckendorf, a cunning man who also happens to be first cousin of Eric Renard (James Frain). (As you’ll recall, Eric and Sasha Roiz’s Sean Renard are only half-brothers.)
The role reunites Denisof, currently a recurring player on How I Met Your Mother (on which his wife Alyson Hannigan stars), with Angel co-creator David Greenwalt, who also co-created Grimm with Jim Kouf. He is set to appear on a recurring basis during the new season, which kicks off Oct. 25.
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