First - excuse my bad grammar and spelling. English isn't my native language.
Phantastic creatures without the supernatural demon-devil/angel angle is refreshing. The hero is not out to get them all and most things have a reasonable explanation. All characters are believable and well played. Nick is cute, sexy and semi-naive, Monroe is adorable quirky and excited, Hank is a great loyal support, Renard is darkly handsome, Rosalee is intelligent and helpful and Juliette is finally in the loop and not afraid to jump into the fray. The mix of phantasy and crime goes well and I wait every week for the next episode.
There are always things that could been done better, but they could have done much worse.
The shows gotten better with each season, adding depth to the characters, their background, development and the storyline with hints of more and bigger things to come. Of course there are also what one would call filler episodes, only there to fill up the season, but that's ok, because they are not that bad and there's at last always one scene connecting it to the red thread.
I hope Wu gets over his mental breakdown soon.
I dunno what will happen to Adalind, now that she has gotten her powers back. Judging from her character she is very much a selfcentered person. Maybe becoming a mother mellows her, maybe not. When she first realized that she was pregnant, she didn't seem much interested in the child. Also there's still the contract with Stefania and who knows what the slimy concoction she used on her belly really did to the child.
I really hope this show lasts for a few more seasons.
It takes me away from all my stress and gives me something else to focus on. Some of the history I remember from my college days in mythology. I love Bree Turner and her character, she is a great actress. I really look forward to seeing the top 5 characters, I am not a fan of Juliette Silverton, I find her boring!!!!!! The writers are great on this show. Please keep going~~~~
it wasn't "zombie garbage" as you may name it, it was completely different from zombies as you can see it in the walking dead. It was based on "voodoo", not brain-eating zombies like we can see everywhere now... So it still fits to the show. Moreover this storyline brings a new dimension to the main character, something darker and more interesting to watch than a "good boy" kicking asses as Nick was in the previous seasons.
C'mon people! Give Grimm a chance! Alright, there have been around 3(?)ish episodes with zombies, but its far from being a resident evil or walking dead! Out of 47+ episodes there has been these few episodes about zombies. I think it makes a more interesting story bringing along all aspects of monsters, even zombie-like creatures.
I really loved this show and was really excited for the new season. I saw the zombies and now I once was a Grimm fan. Very disappointed in the show now. Hopefully they get rid of the zombie crap. If not, there are other things to watch on cable.
Ok.. by the end of Season 2, we now have basically Buffy the Vampire Slayer / Scooby Gang .. but it's a fun ride and season 3 should be even better! :) Anyways, let's hope for many more seasons to come.
I must admit that the first few episodes didn't sit well with me but I grew to love the characters and the story. I just love Monroe and he is such a great character. One of my favorite up the good work.
I really love this show. Season 1 was good, and I was happy that they were able to continue. I'm now in the middle of season 2, and i'm so happy that they did, because it is even way better than season 1!
If you love mystery, intrigue, romance and action, you're gonna love Grimm!
And Monroe is one of my favorite sidekick characters of all time!
I love Grimm. I love the Wesen, the wide variety of creatures, the fairytales brought to life. I am crazy about Sgt Wu! Big fan of his character. Happy to see more Rosalee and Monroe, glad to see a sort of alliance between Hank, Nick and Renard. But I'm puzzled by the memory loss/befuddled romance angle. This is such a great show with so many great tales to tell, please don't turn it into a Lifetime worthy experience. I remember Aunt Marie hinting at the risk to intimates of a Grimm, would be even more interesting if the writers had the courage to show the horrible cost of Nick's position by taking away his love interest. That level of pain and how Nick would deal with it would only increase the awesomeness of the show.
I was a little late on the bandwagon- Grimm was just starting season 2 when I noticed it. I was instantly hooked, being the fantasy lover that I am, and continued to watch and catch up with what was going on. Anyway, I introduced the show to my cousins, and now they're hooked to. Grimm is well written and shot, with good actors and it proved itself worthy of NBC, a feat well respected. Unsurprisingly, it's been renewed for a third season.
Let's see- take 4 months off, release 5 episodes, show some reruns, return for a week, change the broadcast day and time. Are you trying to kill the show? Give your viewers some respect. Hopefully you won't do to Grimm and Revolution what you did to Heroes.
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