NBC Introduces “Grimm” to Television Critics Association



Grimm‘s been accumulating more and more positive word-of-mouth since it’s debut at Comic-Con in July and NBC took the opportunity to formally introduce the show to the Television Critics Association Monday afternoon along with the rest of its fall lineup. So far, the critics have plenty of good things to say.

Matt Roush from TV Guide says that, “NBC’s quirkiest fall show is unquestionably the fairy-tale-inspired Grimm.” Walt Belcher from The Tampa Tribune agrees, calling Grimm a potential “dark horse” of the fall TV season. Deadline Hollywood reports that Sean Hayes (who currently serves as an executive producer) has even hinted to taking a supporting role later in the season.

If you want to know what happened at the panel discussion with cast and crew, BuzzSugar’s Shannon Vestal put together a list of some of the highlights while Danielle Turchiano takes a look at how the show will be portrayed. Bringing Grimm back to Portland, Kristi Turnquist from The Oregonian is undoubtedly excited for the upcoming season, sharing more moments from the panel as well as what the filmmakers think about working in Portland.

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