The love triangle intensifies and there’s deception on all sides – who’s investigating who?
Things aren’t looking good in this snippet from this week’s episode, as Nick just found out about Juliette and Captain Renard.
But their feelings for each other might not be quite so straightforward. Is it ever, in Grimm?
Cushions up and down the country will be cheering the return of Grimm, because they are always given a proper hug during this chilling supernatural drama.
And they'll be on the end of a big squeeze in this episode, as Nick hunts someone – or something – that publicises a horrific murder. But in this clip, Nick has other problems, as Captain Renard moves in on Juliette, his estranged girlfriend.
When a surge in horrifying child abductions gets too much to handle, Nick and Hank need help from a mysterious former detective.
But there’s no gingerbread house in sight in this Grimm story, as the pattern of attacks seem to match an Hispanic horror legend, “La Llorona”, and the children never live to tell the tale…
The mystery kicks off with a strange woman in white in the sneak preview of this week's episode.
In episode eight of Grimm, Nick and Hank investigate the murder of a teenage athlete, and a whole new side to the Wesen and their world is revealed...
Meanwhile, Captain Renard begins a dangerous fascination with Juliette.
Take a look at this preview to discover more.
Team Grimm are delving into a gruesome murder (for a change) this week when they bump into a vicious Wesen.
Elsewhere, in this preview of episode seven, Monroe is filling in for Roselee at the spice shop when a customer comes in requesting his special mix.
But Monroe seems to be rushing and we’re not so sure he got it right…
In an exciting Monroe-centric episode, ex-girlfriend Angelina is back… but she’s brought the bad news with her.
It’ll be edge-of-your-seat thrills in Grimm this week, and we suspect that there won't be any happily ever afters after a cobra beast offers Angelina a killer deal in the chilling preview of episode six on the left.
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This week's Grimm will make the hairs on the back of your neck raise, and not just if you're a werewolf.
Hank's friend comes to him for help when his 17-year-old daughter goes missing, but Nick can see something about the case that his partner can't.
Take a look at our episode three clip to find out more.
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As the brand new series of Grimm continues, Detective Burkhardt has a number of problems piling up.
Juliette is still sleeping away in a coma and Nick has yet to find the cure. He's got a whole load of issues with the discovery of his mother and another Grimm plus he's still having to keep his identity a secret from the rest of the police force. Which is increasingly tricky, as you can see from our sneak peak of episode two.
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There's a brand new series of Grimm coming to Watch and there are a few surprises in store! Yes, the police procedural fantasy where fairy stories are warnings of the true horrors out there is back.
There's a particularly gruesome murder for Detective Burkhardt to solve, and there's the problem of his girlfriend Juliette being a bit of a sleeping beauty, literally. Oh, and there's a family reunion on the cards – but as Monroe points out, they're not always a happy occasion. Take a look at the clip (left) for more.
If love is a fairy story, being in love with a Grimm is one that’s heavy on wicked witches, wolves, and beheading.
We caught up with Bitsie Tulloch, who plays Juliette, girlfriend of Nick Burkhardt, to talk about love triangles, imaginary monsters, and Harry Styles.
Where’s Juliette’s head at?
(Takes deep breath) Well, I’ve just woken up from a coma and there’s a gaping hole in my memory where guy once existed, who everybody tells me is the love of my life, and I have no idea who he is.
On top of that, I’m having these obsessive feelings about Captain Renard who I probably met at work functions with Nick but, other than that, I don’t really know. He’s showing up at my doorstep and I don’t want it but once he’s there it’s a thing that’s going to happen because of the potion that Adalind gave me.
He may be under a spell but Captain Renard seems quite sleazy in his pursuit of Juliette.
Sleazy? (Laughs) Yeah – a little bit.
How do you approach playing such a complex set of emotions?
I have to play it as if I’m walking into a nightmare. I warn you, for Juliette it’s going to get worse before it gets better. They’re really putting her through the wringer this season. It’s great for me, as an actress!
She really, literally and figuratively, is losing it. This poor girl, what she has to go through to get her memory back. Well, it’s not easy. But for me, as an actress, I look forward to Juliette losing her mind.
I was reading a book called The Mind’s Eye by Oliver Sacks and it’s about people who have facial recognition issues so I was using that, how terrifying that must be, to play into it.
Tell us more about the difficulties of working on a show like Grimm.
We do a lot of green screen. Sometimes they don’t have time to build what Juliette’s seeing, so you’re imagining all the crazy stuff and reacting to it.
Say you’re supposed to be reacting to some crazy monster, and what you’re actually reacting to a little piece of tape they’ve put on the side of the camera. It’s a little lonely shooting that stuff.
We feel like we’ve learned a little secret there. As so much of Grimm is about concealing the truth, tell us another one.
Naming no names but a crew member played a prank on David Giuntoli. He said his niece was obsessed with David but now she’s so over him because she likes One Direction instead.
So David was faking sadness and saying, “Ah, that sucks” and pretending he’s upset she’s moved on. So, the crew member got hundreds of posters of One Direction and plastered them all over David’s trailer. They were on every wall, the ceiling, and over his mirrors. It was so funny.
And who’s your favourite member of One Direction?
Harry of course! He’s cute.
I have to play it as if I’m walking into a nightmare