The creators and cast of NBC’s Grimm ventured to Comic-Con International to tease what fans can expect from the upcoming Season 3 and to answer questions about the show’s mythology.
Matt Smith, Kit Harington, Steve Yeun, Tyler Posey and David Giuntol gathered at Comic-Con International for Entertainment Weekly’s “Brave New Warriors,” which focused on their TV roles, interaction with fans, and how they’d like their characters to die.
Grimm showrunners Jim Kouf and David Greenwalt appeared at the Omaha Film Festival, where they teased what lies ahead for the fantasy police procedural, and offered a glimpse behind the scenes.
As The CW banishes its poor-performing new drama “Cult” to Fridays, Anna Pinkert considers the night’s reputation as “the death slot,” and those genre series that have whistled past the programming graveyard — and thrived.
It’s August, which means we’re heading toward the end of the summer (I know, I know; I’m sorry) and, when it comes to television, starting to prepare for the 2012 Fall Season rolling out next month. Except at least one show is getting a jump on everyone else by starting early – and cable channels have a few interesting offerings on show, as well. Here’s some things you should replace the Olympics-shaped hole in your heart with later this month.
The cast and crew of NBC’s Grimm discuss the NBC fantasy drama, where they get the show’s unique vocabulary, and just what was in that sofa Sergeant Wu ate.
Ahead of next week’s upfront presentations the networks announced the return of such shows as Once Upon a Time, Castle, Parenthood and Grimm.
The stars of Grimm, David Giuntoli and Russell Hornsby, talk about their roles in NBC’s new fantasy police procedural and the fairy tales that inspire the show.
David Greenwalt and Jim Kouf discuss their new NBC drama Grimm, which blends familiar, and less familiar, fairy tales with a police procedural.