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.
... you will LOVE this show. As long as you can deal with the lack of "girl But seriously, I found myself often being reminded of Charmed while watching this show during my marathon catchup recently, and it was in all the right ways. Much like Charmed, the special effects aren't always amazing, but I find that I just don't care. The story is fun and dramatic and hilarious all at the same time. The main character is extremely likable as his "trusty sidekick," who many claim is even more likable. I, personally, adore them both.
The low points of the series so far really isn't that low. You can almost guarantee an "annoying" storyline to change before you get too annoyed. Only one storyline has stuck around so far past its welcome, but I found that I've been able to just kind of shrug it off. I definitely say that if you liked Charmed or were at all intrigued by the series, then definitely give this a try. This is like the super hot male version of that show.
I Am Addicted to this show i randomly started watching this show from episode 1 and i just couldn't stop watching. It is an interesting idea for a show and it is executed perfectly, It is a dark, Cool show that puts an awesome twist on a generic crime show. It is hilarious due to most people's favorite Monroe who is just epic and the best part of the show is it is extremely addicting the twists are awesome and it keeps you wanting more
This is a pretty good show. I'm really enjoying it. There are some really good episodes and it's pacing well. The last one I enjoyed because it was a bit of a climax to the season. Many times in shows they kinda show a little but it's not a satisfying one, but this one was good. Although there is still so much that we need to learn. Like what the frick did that evil bitch want to do all this for in the first place? lol hopefully soon we will find out! :)
No show in its infancy gets to take a three and a half month break halfway through the second season. I don't even remember the first half, and frankly I don't care enough to re-watch before episode 13 airs. I live in Portland, I've loved Grimm since day one, but this is going beyond the pale. I'm over it.
I was quite surprised with this show. The first couple of episdoes were a bit slow then it just started to pick up pace and i found myself enjoying it. Season 2 made a big difference to my opinion of the show. in a good way
Let me be honest, when I watched the first two episodes of this show, it was dull, uninteresting and I forgot about it. A few weeks later I heard they actually moved the story a bit, so I came back to it and oh boy do I not regret it. As much as the first part of the first season is bad to average, the end of season 1 and until now all of season 2 are incredible.
Season 1 of this show was pretty average; it was decent enough to keep me watching but definitely not something that I was anxiously looking forward to. Just a very average genre mash; neither a great supernatural show or a great cop drama, but just ok enough at both.
Season 2, though... right around episode 3 of season 2, suddenly the show started getting really, really, REALLY good. To the point where it is now the show that I look forward to seeing the most, and I can't wait for it to come back in March! (They really know how to do a great cliffhanger, or several!)
FINALLY, SOMETHING OTHER THAN A CHEAP REALITY SHOW. WORTH PAYING MY SAT/CABLE BILL JUST TO SEE GRIMM. YOU NEED AN IMAGINATION ; GET INTO THE CHARACTERS AND STORY LINE OR BE A ZOMBIE AND WATCH SITCOMS/REALITY SHOWS. NOW THAT IS BORING.
I watched 4 or 5 episodes of this because I like cop dramas and I liked the idea of a bit of fantasy thrown in. However, I got bored quite quickly - it's just like a mediocre cop drama with a bit of CGI. There doesn't seem to be enough emphasis placed on the supernatural part of the show. Also, there didn't seem to be enough back story going on to make me want to watch the next episode.
So, with my limited viewing time I'd rather watch other programs. It's not that it's a bad show, just not good enough