Grimm is an American police procedural fantasy television drama series. It debuted in the U.S. on NBC on October 28, 2011.
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The show has been described as "a cop dramawith a twist... a dark and fantastical project about a world in which characters inspired by Grimms' Fairy Tales exist", although the stories and characters inspiring the show are also drawn from other sources.
Grimm ran on Fridays for the entirety of its first season. In March 2012, NBC renewed the show for a second season, which premiered on Monday, August 13, 2012, and continued on Mondays for four episodes, before returning to its original Friday timeslot on September 10. On April 19, 2013, NBC has announced they are moving Grimm out of Friday nights and will air on Tuesdays beginning on April 30, 2013 for the remainder of Season 2 until May 21 after The Voice replacing Ready for Love
Grimm was renewed for a third season on April 26, 2013.
Homicide Detective Nick Burkhardt of the Portland Police Bureau learns he is descended from a line of "guardians" known as "Grimms", charged with keeping balance between humanity and the mythological creatures of the world, called Wesen (the German word for "creature / being", pronounced "vessin"--though in fact the usual German pronunciation is closer to "vay-zen", with accent on the first syllable). Throughout the episodes, he must battle against an assortment of dangerous creatures, with help from his friend Monroe (who is a reformed creature), and his partner Detective Hank Griffin.
David Giuntoli, who plays Nick, was the first to be cast. Silas Weir Mitchell was then cast as Monroe, the now-reformed "big bad wolf". Following this, Russell Hornsby and Bitsie Tulloch were cast as Nick's partner Hank and his girlfriend Juliette, respectively. Sasha Roiz was cast in the final regular role as Captain Renard.
Bree Turner, who guest starred in four episodes in season one, became a series regular for season two, continuing her role as.