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'Once Upon a Time,' 'Grimm,' 'Grey's Anatomy,' 'Glee,' 'The Middle': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

Hello from Texas!

That’s right, friends, I’m home for the holidays, and getting here was quite the event. (No wi-fi + planes + trains + automobiles = stress) So I hope you can forgive me for being a day later than normal with your scoop. If you can find it in your heart to pardon me, I invite you to gather ’round the Spoiler Room table for a delicious helping of TV dish!

I hope your Thanksgiving is filled with lots of joy, DVR clearing, and gluten-free pies. And should you find the time/need something to do while hiding from your family, I invite you to send in a question for the next column, which will come out Dec. 3. (Yay, vacation!) Contact info is as usual: and @EWSandraG on Twitter.


If you read my chat with Grey’s Anatomy‘s Chandra Wilson last week, then you know that Bailey will spend the next episodes “kicking and screaming” her way to the altar. But one thing Wilson thinks might help Bailey get into the groove a bit more? If Ben put a ring on it!

“My finger is light, that’s all I’m saying. It’s very, very light,” she says, laughing. “And he used to be an anesthesiologist. You’d think there would be some sort of bling involved. But her finger is rather light — at least for 2012. So we’ll see what happens going forward.” But regardless of Bailey’s left hand gets a little heavier, Wilson says Bailey is committed. “She’s going to see [it] through,” she says. “You can’t tell somebody you’re going to marry them and then play around.”

And while Bailey and Ben could have many happy years ahead of them, as always, questions are starting to arise about Grey‘s future. Now midway though its ninth season, Wilson says she is anything but tired. And while there won’t be official word about a tenth season for several months, she says she’s personally on board. “I think the consensus is that as long as our writers want to keep writing, we’re here to keep riding the ride,” she says. “As actors, we’re very cognizant of the opportunities we’ve been given. Sooner or later it will be the end.”


'Grimm' lesson of the week: David Giuntoli teaches us just how much a hero is allowed to cry

The waiting game is over. In tonight’s mid-season finale of Grimm, fans were treated to a few moments they’d been ready to see for months. Secrets were revealed, hearts were broken and missions for vengeance were born.

Beware: SPOILERS AHEAD about tonight’s mid-season finale. READ FULL STORY

'Grimm': David Giuntoli on his favorite part of shooting season 2 thus far and #ShirtlessRage

Awkward encounters with your girlfriend who doesn’t remember you, teaching your friend about the monsters who live among us, pondering whether ghosts exist, saving people, hunting things — in season 2 of Grimm, it’s all in a day’s work for Detective Nick Burkhardt. And as the first half of Grimm‘s sophomore season comes to a close, Burkhardt’s real-life alter ego, David Giuntoli, is giving us a peek at what’s in a day’s work for an actor on the NBC show.

In anticipation of tonight’s mid-season finale, Giuntoli took a break from shooting episode 15 to chat with EW about shifts in character dynamics in season 2, what he thought of costar Sasha Roiz’s Twitter campaign to get a deleted scene released and why Nick really does have to sleep on the couch.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: There have been a lot of changes this season with new developments like Hank getting in the loop and Juliette losing her memories of Nick. What has felt most different from last season shooting the show?
I’ve really enjoyed working with Russell Hornsby now that [Hank] is in the loop. We’ve had the ability now to have episodes of us just kind of copping it out and Grimming it out a little bit. READ FULL STORY

'Grimm': Juliet shares her concerns about Nick with...Renard! -- EXCLUSIVE CLIP

Grimm fans who have been eager to see the Juliet and Renard dynamic play out are about to get their wish.

As you’ll recall, Renard’s kiss woke Juliet from her coma earlier this season. And in addition to waking up with a broken memory (she can’t remember Nick!), she’s also been fighting her feelings for Renard.

In this exclusive clip from Friday’s episode, you’ll see that fighting that attraction isn’t getting easier for her. In fact, as she admits, she’s more comfortable talking to him than Nick at this point!

Watch below:

'Grimm': Silas Weir Mitchell on tonight's Halloween ep and where things stand for Monroe

In a sense, every day is Halloween on Grimm, with bloodthirsty monsters lurking through Portland in every episode. But tonight’s installment of the NBC show is Grimm’s first overtly Halloween-themed episode, which features a killer with an M.O. tied to the holiday.

The episode takes its title, “La Llorona,” from the spooky Mexican folktale of a weeping woman who drowns her children to be with the man she loves. Nick and Hank are on a case that’s eerily similar to the ghost story, while Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) entertains trick-or-treaters in a house that’s decked out to the max.

It’s been quite a Silas-ful week on TV, from his Tuesday guest appearance on Syfy’s Face Off to tonight, when he and co-star David Giuntoli host NBC’s primetime — the two actors will appear before commercial breaks during Munsters reboot Mockingbird Lane, which airs at 8 p.m, to talk about Grimm, Revolution and Mockingbird Lane.

During a busy day of shooting episode 13 of Grimm’s second season, Mitchell took some time to talk to EW about the last time he dressed up for Halloween, how Nick and Monroe’s relationship has evolved and what it’s been like to delve into a romantic storyline for everyone’s favorite Blutbad.  READ FULL STORY

'Grimm': An awkward encounter from this week's episode -- EXCLUSIVE CLIP

SPOILER ALERT for anyone who wants to keep all of the next episode of Grimm a complete surprise for the end of this week. But for any Grimm fans eager to watch a snippet of what’s to come on the NBC fantasy procedural, EW has an exclusive clip from this Friday’s episode, “The Bottle Imp.”

It’s a moment we’ve been waiting for ever since that coma-ending kiss in the second episode of the season: Juliette and Renard finally come face-to-face. And Nick is there to witness his memory-challenged girlfriend’s encounter with his boss. Check out the clip below: READ FULL STORY

'Grimm': Bitsie Tulloch on Juliette's memory woes

On last night’s episode of Grimm, Juliette (Bitsie Tulloch) continued her search to find out who that man sleeping on her couch really is. And while we know Nick (Dave Giuntoli) is a good guy, Juliette’s meeting with repair man — and lovable Eisbiber — Bud (Danny Bruno) left her even more suspicious after he accidentally referred to Nick as a Grimm.

So where does this leave Juliette? Will she follow Hank’s path and learn the truth? We chatted with Tulloch to get some answers.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: There is lots to get to, but first, I have to say, I love Bud the beaver man.
BITSIE TULLOCH: I love him! His name is Danny Bruno, and he’s a Portland-based actor. He gets so much love from me. Almost any time I do interviews I talk about him because I just love his story. He was just cast in a small role in one episode, and he killed it. He was so lovable and funny. And I think fans really responded to the idea that there are some Wesen — Silas’ characters among them — who are inherently good. They’re not all evil. And the beavers are meek, sweet Wesen and they get bullied a lot. I just love that Danny Bruno has had so much to do.

And he had an important scene in this episode. He put the word “Grimm” into Juliette’s lexicon. What is she going to do with that?
Juliette’s always had her own detective mystery to solve. In season 1, it was, “What’s going on with my boyfriend? What’s he going through that he’s not telling me?” Now in season 2, it’s “Who is this person? What’s a grimm?” And she’s bright — it’s not something she’s going to drop. READ FULL STORY

'Castle,' 'Grimm,' 'Parenthood,' 'Leverage': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

Happy three-day weekend, gang! Hope you enjoy these end-of-week offerings before you retreat to your caves. (Just me? Ok…)

Remember to keep sending in your questions — @EWSandraG via Twitter or I’ll be able to knock out a few more next week and hopefully have a treat or two for loyal askers who have been waiting so patiently. READ FULL STORY

'Grimm': Russell Hornsby on the latest episode and what it means for Hank's future on the show

Tonight’s episode of Grimm was a game-changer for Detective Hank Griffin (Russell Hornsby). Fans who watched the NBC show’s latest episode, called “Bad Moon Rising,” know that things are never going to be the same for this Portland police detective.

SPOILER ALERT! Stop reading if you don’t want to find out what happens in episode 3 of Grimm’s second season.

Grimm has always been a mash-up of fantasy and police procedural, but Hornsby has primarily only lived in the procedural side of the show since Hank has been kept in the dark about Nick’s monster-hunting secrets. Now that’s all changed, as Nick is forced in tonight’s episode to tell Hank about the Wesen world and his Grimming ways.

Hornsby took a break from shooting the eighth episode of Grimm’s current season to talk with EW about this turning point for his character. Read on to learn what it’s been like for Hornsby to step into the supernatural side of the show, what this means for Nick and Hank’s relationship and which real-world wave of crime he drew from for his performance. READ FULL STORY

'Grimm,' 'White Collar,' 'Person of Interest,' 'Supernatural,' 'Grey's Anatomy': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

True story: I’m so excited for fall TV that I’ve been having dreams about watching season premieres. Seriously. My entire dream is me sitting on the couch, watching TV. Part of me thinks that maybe I’m clairvoyant and all the secrets of the fall season are playing out on Dream Sandra’s TV. The more likely possibility is that I need a real life. (My birthday was last week, and I’m now starting to think I wasted that wish. Damn.)

Regardless, as TV continues to invade my dreams, I encourage you to engage with it in reality by sending me your questions! Email or ask via Twitter @EWSandraG. Belated birthday wishes also accepted. (Just don’t ask for age specifics. I’ll never tell.)


'Grimm': Hank hits a breaking point -- EXCLUSIVE CLIP

From what we’ve seen in the first few episode of this season, we know Hank (Russell Hornsby) is having a rough time dealing with his nightmares and paranoia. And in the upcoming third episode of the brand new — and so far awesome — season of Grimm, Nick’s partner finally comes clean about his struggles.

The big question: Will Hank’s confession move Nick to admitting the truth about the world they live? Tell us what you think after watching this exclusive clip from the next new episode!

'Grimm': Sasha Roiz on the latest episode and what's going on with Captain Renard

Tonight’s episode of Grimm featured some answers about the mysterious Captain Renard that fans have long been waiting for. After just over one season of the show has aired, Renard’s motives and background are finally coming into sharper focus.

SPOILER ALERT! Don’t read on if you don’t want to find out what happens in episode 2 of Grimm’s second season.

EW chatted with Renard’s real-life alter ego, Sasha Roiz, about “The Kiss,” an episode that turned out to be very illuminating of the Portland Police captain.

On a phone call from Portland where the NBC series shoots, Roiz shared his reactions to the revelations about his character, teased what’s next with the potion Catherine gave him and confirmed just what was going on when Renard’s face morphed before his bathroom mirror. READ FULL STORY

'Grimm' return not helped by Olympics push


Gordon Ramsay beat up a slew of patriotic celebrities Monday night, while the return of Grimm couldn’t quite give NBC a happy ending.

Despite NBC’s promotions for Stars Earn Stripes during the Summer Olympics, and some timely controversy about the non-casting of Jack Osbourne, the new reality show was topped by Hotel Hell, Fox’s latest Ramsay shouter. At 8 p.m., the one-hour Hotel debut delivered 5.1 million viewers and a 1.9 rating among adults 18-49 at 8 p.m., edging out the two-hour series premiere of Stars Earn Stripes in the adult demo (5.1 million viewers, 1.7).

Fox touts Hotel Hell as the summer’s highest rated series debut, but that says more about this summer’s weak new shows (like ABC’s Glass House) then it does about the success of Hotel Hell. Still, the Fox show bested not only Stars but also ABC’s Bachelor Pad (4.1 million, 1.2) and Glass House (2.1 million, 0.7). All paled compared to the return of Hell’s Kitchen (6.5 million, 2.7) after an Olympics hiatus, returning to its second-highest rating of the summer. READ FULL STORY


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