Things are getting hotter and hotter each week in the HexenBiest household! Nick and Adalind are still playing house in their “fortress,” learning how to live with one another and raising Kelly. They continue to bond (they’re actually getting along really well), sharing their absent-parent pasts over dinner while trying to hush their crying baby. Adalind tells Nick about her run-in with an old co-worker, expressing how she hates feeling so helpless and that when it’s time she wants to return to work.
“Whatever kind of family you have, reality is relative. Normal is just the middle of the mess.” This quote from Monroe tonight was the underlying theme throughout the entire episode, and it couldn’t be more true. We begin learning that Nick has sold his home, and he and Adalind are packing up the last boxes left to move. Nick gets nostalgic, telling Adalind that when he bought the home more than six years ago, he had no idea he was a grimm. He also shares with Adalind that she was “his first,” meaning the first wesen he ever saw.
This week’s Grimm continues to hint at the rising of a war, introducing new monsters as well as theories about what the four slashes mean. We also see Nick, Adalind, and Kelly settling into their home as a family.
We pick up right where we left off in last season’s finale, with a desperate Nick holding his beautiful, monstrous ex-love’s dead body in his arms. Trubel is standing above the sad scene, knowing that she had no other choice. Juliette would have killed Nick, and would Nick really have tried to stop her by killing her? Would he do what was necessary?
Held up by a Hexenbiest and couldn’t make it to San Diego for Grimm’s panel at Comic-Con?
Fear not! EW’s got the exclusive look at what fans saw during the show’s most recent visit to the convention during a panel moderated by EW’s own Lynette Rice.
Season five isn’t quite here yet — that’ll happen on October 30 — but you can get back into the swing of things with this sweet look back at Nick’s journey as a Grimm. Remember Juliette’s first scratch? When Hank learned the truth? Adalind’s pregnancy reveal? The “goodnight, sweet Grimm” heard ‘round the world?
Grimm’s “Cry Havoc” lives up to its name, as emotional and physical chaos is unleashed on our favorite characters (and others we wouldn’t mind seeing perish) in the season 4 finale. The hour offered some surprise returns, harrowing deaths, and tantalizing hints at what’s to come in season 5.
It looks like Nick is going to have a new adversary on his hands.
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:
8 p.m.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.
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.
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.
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