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Grimm On Set In Portland

By Gian Laquindanum / 4 years ago

  In a corner of that soundstage, David Giuntoli sits in the set that is the house Nick and Juliette share. The connection has extended further than the show, as Giuntoli and Tulloch are now an offscreen couple, as well. “It was a very deep scene study that turned into an actual relationship,” Giuntoli says. […]

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CSI’s Louise Lombard Guest Appearance on Grimm

By Gian Laquindanum / 5 years ago

Cop drama with a twist Grimm will have a blonde face off against Adalind. It’s none other than, CSI alum Louise Lombard,   according to TVGuide.com .  The guest-star will appear this fall having at least the three consecutive episodes of the fourth season of Grimm. Something to make fall a hot serve! Here are some […]

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Grimm Season 4 Spoilers: Comic-Con Answers Served

By Gian Laquindanum / 5 years ago

Grimm fans can look forward to an all-new season filled with new plots, twists and Wesen creatures once the series returns to NBC this fall. The paranormal show’s producers and cast attended the SDCC and served some spoilers and teasers. Since Nick has been “un-Grimmed,” his Wesen friends Rosalee and Monroe seem to be unable […]

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Reggie Lee on Grimm Season 3 Finale

By Gian Laquindanum / 5 years ago

Sgt. Drew Wu (played by the very talented Reggie Lee) is a very special character. He was always in the middle, between normalcy and total lunacy. He was almost always kept in the dark but due to his inherent intelligence and competence, he appears in the show to be a sharp and a very capable […]

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Grimm Season 3 Episode 21 Review The Inheritance

By Gian Laquindanum / 5 years ago

As far as important episodes go, The Inheritance might just be the most significant of them all. This episode sets all of the players into a position where they’ll be exposed to the different blows that will occur at or during Monroe and Rosalee’s special day. Even the bride knows that something bad is coming […]

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Grimm Season 3 Episode 20 Review My Fair Wesen

By Gian Laquindanum / 5 years ago

SPOILERS AHEAD The majority of the episode reminded the viewers that Nick bit more than he could chew. He’s a great mentor but Trubel is a pro at being a real amateur. I mean, it even makes me wonder how she survived for so long on her own. Don’t get me wrong, I think she’s […]

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Grimm Season 3 Episode 19 Review Nobody Knows the Trubel I’ve Seen

By Gian Laquindanum / 5 years ago

Grimm gave another great episode as it handled two plotlines amazingly well. First, the backlash from the previous episode’s events where Baby Diana was snatched from Adalind, plus an introduction of a new Grimm. Ok, let’s talk about Adalind’s thing first. I’ve never seen the hexenbiest behave this way; she’s hurt, betrayed, vulnerable, and really […]

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Grimm Season 3 Episode 18 Review The Law of Sacrifice

By Gian Laquindanum / 5 years ago

SPOILERS AHEAD This is another great episode from Grimm as it proves that things are getting more interesting as we reach the final leg of the third season. My biggest gripe with this series is that it can become repetitive with some of its “Wesen of the week” episodes. I don’t really give them all […]

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Grimm Season 3 Episode 17 Recap Synchronicity

By Gian Laquindanum / 5 years ago

The episode is the best so far for Grimm season 3. Although I’ve been enjoying the past episodes, the major plot line has been stuck for quite some time. Synchronicity started the engines again and the story is moving along nicely. We got treated to a nice fight, the return of Adalind (Claire Coffee), a […]

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20 Something Student Lands Grimm Gig

By Gian Laquindanum / 5 years ago

Say you’re a 22 year old senior studying at University of Michigan then out of nowhere, you land a TV acting gig. Pretty awesome right? That happened to Jacqueline Toboni who was given a four episode arc on Grimm, and take note, she doesn’t have any professional experience whatsoever. Toboni shares her experiences on being […]

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