For many centuries now there has been in almost every culture a series of tales about evil creatures that live amongst us humans. Probably the most famous of those tales were written by the Brothers Grimm. This television series has changed those tales a little and adapted them to the 21st century. Nick Burkhardt (played by David Giuntoli), a Portland detective, has recently discovered that he is a Grimm and that he can see Wesen or creatures even when they don’t want to be seen. Typically Grimms would capture Wesen and then lop their heads off. Nick goes about things in a different way.
This season Nick has to deal with Juliette’s (played by Bitsie Tulloch) memory loss, telling his partner Hank (played by Russell Hornsby) what he is and working with Monroe (played by Silas Weir Mitchell) and Rosalee (played by Bree Turner) to stop the Wesen intent on hurting or killing humans.
Episode 1: Bad Teeth: There seems like someone who intent on hunting down Nick and killing him. Monroe and Rosalee are searching for a way to bring Juliette out of her coma.
Episode 2: The Kiss: Nick’s mother (played by Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio) is alive and in Portland. It turns out that Captain Renard (played by Sasha Roiz) might be the only one who can save Juliette.
Episode 3: Bad Moon Rising: An old friend of Hank’s turns to him to help find his missing daughter. This is one family reunion that is not going to go smoothly.
Episode 4: Quill: While working on a case Nick discovers a strange Wesen disease. A romantic picnic for Monroe and Rosalee turns dangerous.
Episode 5: The Good Shepherd: A reverend comes to the precinct to report that his church’s money has been robbed. Nick and Hank discover that his church is a Wesen church.
Episode 6: Over My Dead Body: Angelina (played by Jaime Ray Newman) is back in town and not for a good reason. Monroe learns that his cooperation with Nick might cost him his life.
Episode 7: The Bottled Imp: Nick and Hank are in pursuit of a father who has taken his own daughter after beating up his wife. But it seems they might be mistaken about who is the violent one.
Episode 8: The Other Side: Nick and Hank investigate the death of a high school decathlete. It seems like one of his own teammates might be the killer.
Episode 9: La Llorona: Nick and Hank are joined by a detective from New Mexico on a case involving a woman kidnapping children and then drowning them in the river. The case shows Nick how a ghost story involved in the case is also entwined with his own family.
Episode 10: The Hour of Death: Portland’s Wesens are in a panic when a brutal vigilante homicide occurs. Everyone begins to wonder if there is another Grimm in Portland.
Episode 11: To Protect and Serve Man: Hank begins to wonder if a man he arrested who is now on death row is truly guilty. It is a race against the clock to uncover the truth.
Episode 12: Season of the Hexenbeast: Adalind (played by Claire Coffee) is back and wants revenge for her mother’s death. She seems to want to accomplish this by hurting those closest to Nick.
Episode 13: Face Off: Nick learns something from Juliette that shakes him to his core. A surprising alliance comes out of all of this.
Episode 14: Natural Born Wesen: The Wesen Code of Conduct seems to have been broken by a trio of Wesen bank robbers. Nick, Hank and Monroe begin an investigation in order to stop them.
Episode 15: Mr. Sandman: A couple of women’s deaths seem to have been brought on by sudden cases of blindness. A Wesen is involved that seems to feed off of people’s fears.
Episode 16: Nameless: An office party at a video game company comes to a sudden halt due to a grisly murder. Nick and Hank have to do battle with a new Wesen only they have to do so online.
Episode 17: One Angry Fuchsbau: Rosalee is on jury duty and she is suspicious of the lawyer for the defense. She brings Monroe, Hank and Nick onboard to look into things.
Episode 18: Volcanalis: Hank takes his first vacation in four years. Nick fights a Wesen who seems intent on destroying Portland by burying it in lava.
Episode 19: Endangered: Cow mutilations and reports of glowing creatures makes for an interesting case for Nick and Hank. Nick soon realizes that there might be alien creatures within the Wesen world.
Episode 20: Kiss of the Muse: A muse-like Wesen seems to be able to influence her victims through a simple kiss. Nick gets so involved in the case it might mean him losing Juliette.
Episode 21: The Waking Dead: Nick and Hank have their hands full with a case involving people who seem to be able to come back from the dead. Renard’s brother Eric (played by James Frain) is in Portland and wants to meet up.
Episode 22: Goodnight, Sweet Grimm: Nick and Juliette are back together. Portland seems overrun by a series of crimes committed by the undead.
- Grimm: Myths, Monsters & Legends
- Blu-ray Exclusive – Grimm Guide
- Blu-ray Exclusive – Extended Episode: “Over My Dead Body”
- Grimm: Creatures and Chaos
- Bad Hair Day Webisodes
- Monroe’s Best Moments
- Deleted Scenes
- Gag Reel