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Portland detective, Nick Burkhardt, has seen some gruesome crime scenes, but nothing prepares him for the strange visions he begins seeing: seemingly regular people momentarily transforming into hideous monsters. A visit from his only living relative reveals the truth. Nick has inherited the ability to see supernatural creatures, and as a "Grimm," he is tasked with keeping the balance between mankind and the mythological. A reformed "Big Bad Wolf" becomes his greatest (and also reluctant) ally and confidant. It's not long before his work as a policeman leads Nick to the criminals he once thought were only found in fairy tales.Written by
After the premiere of the first season of the show in Germany the German magazine "Stern" interviewed the singer Markus Grimm, who was actually one of the descendants of the real Brothers Grimm. On the question of the adaptions of his family he said: "It is nice, that that the topic is always developed further and remains up-to-date." On the question, if it isn't strange to see a descendant of the Grimm brothers on TV who, he could be himself he said: "It isn't strange, I find it funny. And I don't have reserve. I never decorated myself on it. On my Facebook page fans keep on asking me about the Brothers Grimm". See more »
After viewing the pilot of this show, I think it has a lot of potential. Yes it follows the tried and true formula of expose modern individual to some sort of secret war/history/duty/etc, but there is a lot they can do with it from there. It did its job as a pilot: introduce characters, introduce conflict, and give you the general idea how the episodes will go. I think it is about time we had a new show that runs the good old man vs. monster bit, especially one that isn't prone to becoming some touchy-feely WB-esque teen drama. While its too early to judge the show as a whole, it promises good things. I hope it delivers.
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