I’m working on some behind-the-scenes organization at the moment, so screen capture uploads is halted at the moment. I did update the gallery today with the rest of Season 4’s behind the scenes photos. Hope y’all enjoy!
Last month, David and Bitsie attended the 55th Monte Carlo TV Festival and I’ve just added photos from the event. Enjoy!
I’ve just added a ton of photos from Comic Con, from the arrivals photos and panel photos to some portraits that were taken at the event. The MQ portraits will be replaced with HQ eventually, but MQ is better than nothing, right?? Hope y’all enjoy!
“Grimm” Season 5 will be coming to your T.V. screens this October as NBC has confirmed that the show will be coming back this fall. According to reports, the show will be kicking off from the hanging season 4 finale where Juliette, Nick’s girlfriend, was killed by Trubel.
According to Latin Post, Nick was supposed to kill Juliette by choking her to death in an attempt to avenger his mother however, he could not bring himself to do so. “Grimm” Season 4 ended with Trubel firing two hours into Juliette’s back causing her to die. The last episode for the fourth season of the show was indeed very dramatic as Nick cradled Juliet in his arms as she died inside their home.
In the last episode, an FBI agent arrived at the home of Nick and ordered a group of men to get her although it was not clear if the agent was referring to Juliette or to Trubel. Fans will have to wait for “Grimm” Season 5 to know more about the FBI agent, the group of men, and why they arrived in Nick’s home.
According to the executive producer of the show, James Kouf, Nick will be getting answers during “Grimm” Season 5 regarding Trubel’s decision to shoot Juliette with an arrow and that she had no chance of surviving anyway. He will reportedly be mourning a lot for many of the upcoming episodes of the show’s season. Co-producer David Greenwalt shared, “It’s 12 episodes of him, alone in a room, feeling bad,” Oregon Live reported.
In another report by Franchise Herald, “Grimm” Season 5 will show Nick seeking revenge for the deaths of his loved ones especially from the royals. However, King Frederick’s death remains to be unknown by Nick so it is yet to be revealed who he will be seeking revenge from.
“Grimm” will be airing on Friday, October 30 on NBC at 9 P.M.
“Grimm” will be back on NBC with new twists and turns for Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli) in Season 5. Apart from the death of his mother Kelly Kessler Burkhardt (Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio) and his girlfriend Juliette Silverton (Bitsie Tulloch), he will also have to deal with his relationship with Adalind Schade (Claire Coffee) and the baby.
Executive producer James Kouf stated that 12 episodes of the upcoming sequel will feature the detective sitting alone in a room, grieving and feeling bad about his situation.
But co-creator David Greenwalt revealed that he will have to deal with a lot of personal issues and solve several mysteries. “And his relationship with the force will probably have to change a little bit,” he added.
They even said that Burkhardt will have to take the responsibility of Schade’s child in one way or the other because he “got to step up at some point” and “can’t abandon his child”. The two characters are likely to work on their relationship in Season 5 of NBC’s supernatural series, according to TV Line.
“I think it’s going to be even darker still in a way. You know, it’s not going to be the same ‘Grimm’. I think it will be even bigger, even darker, even weirder. You know, I think it’s where it naturally will go,” Greenwalt said, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
In the meantime, Grimmsters are still debating on Tulloch’s return to the series as Silverton and they may get a clear picture after the filming of Season 5 begins next week, according to Giuntoli. He tweeted last week, “2 weeks until we start filming season 5 of @NBCGrimm. It’s going to be a wild one.”