A Google user
One of the greatest shows to survive the 2011 wave. The visuals and storytelling only gets progressively better, resulting in a final season that is better than anything that came before it. The characters are all likeable, the arcs are believable, and every half-season something huge happens to break up the cop procedural fatigue. Even filler episodes are memorable and fantastic, and as sad as it was to watch it go, at least we actually got a final season, and after NBC produces the piles of hot steaming garbage that are Emerald City and Midnight Texas, I think we will be seeing Grimm back on very, very soon.
A Google user
This tv series confirms what I always known. There are humans that have hidden secrets that lay dormant. These "special" humans rather intentional or subconsciously form groups, families, secret communities and societies. They are valued guarded and protected. I know stories, fictional novels and this series is created out of a writer's intelligent-talented imagination. But somewhere there is a hidden truth. And sometimes the "chosen" are destined to inform,teach, educated, prepare and protect humanity. Unveiling the unrevealed. Always watching. Tiffany K.
Grim started off strong and has been on the decline ever since. I is one of my go-to shows these days, but it has become disappointing with the lack of any overarching plot to drive the show in a meaningful direction. This show has some violence but it isn't too much for older kids (I'm guessing here, as I don't have any).
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