After six seasons the end is finally nigh!
Grimm plays out a rather grim finale (you have been warned) on Friday night as Nick (David Giuntoli) takes on his most formidable enemy yet — Zerstorer (Wil Traval), the foe no weapon can touch, and who also looks good in jeans and a tight T.
Devastated by the death of his friends, and panicked for the safety of his family, Nick and Trubel (Jacqueline Toboni) plan to take on the enemy as only Grimms can, even if it means a fight to the death.
Meanwhile, at the cabin, Renard (Sasha Roiz) vows to keep Adalind’s (Claire Coffee) children safe from harm no matter the cost, while Rosalee (Bree Turner) and Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) hit upon a complicated potion that might just stop the Destroyer in his tracks.
However, always one step ahead, Zerstorer has plans, not only for Nick’s children, but for the Grimm himself.
We’ve seen this final episode a little early, thanks to our friends at NBC (who have been so generous to us over the last six years), and have prepared a final collection of tidbits and teasers for you.
Once more with feeling: As always, we avoid outright spoilers, plot and character reveals that would ruin your enjoyment of Friday’s episode. Having said that, we urge you to be a little cautious nonetheless. It’s the internet, after all and just who are these ScreenSpy people anyway?
Going Old School
Last week we all saw exactly what sort of mischief Zerstorer is capable of (RIP Hank and Wu). It therefore comes as no surprise to see Nick and Truble doubling down on their efforts in Friday’s “The End” to put a stop to his master plan.
Their solution? To go old school, ditch the modern weapons, and get close enough to cut Zerstorer’s head off with a big old axe.
Well, they are Dēcapitāre after all.