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“Keeping it Grimm” | NBC GRIMM Stars Weigh in On Season 6

By on January 5, 2017

Pictured: David Giuntoli as Nick Burkhardt -- (Photo by: Allyson Riggs/NBC)

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock (in which case we don’t blame you. 2016 was tough!), you’ll know that Grimm is about to make a final bow on NBC this Friday.

While season 5 brought us Black Claw, Renard’s turn to the dark side, #Nadalind, Eve, Wu’s Lycanthropia, and that mysterious healing stick, long term fans know there are still stories left to tell.

Thankfully, the series returns for a sixth and final season, comprising 13 new episodes, in which showrunners Jim Kouf and David Greenwalt tease “a couple of very large questions” will be finally answered.

In the following series of video interviews, the cast (David Giuntoli, Silas Weir Mitchell, Bree Turner, Sasha Roiz, Reggie Lee, Russell Hornsby, Bitsie Tulloch, and aforementioned EPs Kouf and Greenwalt) talk openly about what fans can expect from the remaining episodes, where their characters’ relationships might take them (in addition to how far they’ve come), the cast’s natural affinity for one another, night shoots, and how, above all, they manage to “Keep it Grimm.”

All that and David Giuntoli’s directorial debut too?

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Meanwhile, in Friday’s season 6 premiere “Fugitive” we’ll pick up the pieces from season 5’s spectacular finale in which Renard was compelled to kill Black Claw leader Bonaparte.

Now desperate to absolve himself from blame, Renard issues a shoot to kill manhunt on Nick in a desperate and ultimate attempt to silence the Grimm forever.

While Hank and Wu work to keep an eye on their rogue captain back at the precinct, future parents Monroe and Rosalee worry for their life in Portland, and Eve begins to suffer side effects from the mysterious healing stick.

Meanwhile, Adalind and Renard face the uncomfortable truth about their daughter Diana.

The “Fugitive” episode of Grimm airs Friday, January 6 (8-9 p.m ET) on NBC.

Catch the cast sounding off on all things Grimm below.

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