See Grimm fairy tales in the making! Join Oregon Art Beat on OPB TVthis Thursday as they continue their “Made in the Northwest” series—a month-long tribute to local artists making the northwest an even more beautiful place to call home.
The series continues on OPB TV this Thursday, May 19 at 8 p.m. with “The Art of Grimm,” which profilesthe many Oregon artists and craftspeople behind the hit NBC seriesthat brings fairy tales to life. You can also watch this and the other specials online at any time. Continue reading... “The Art of Grimm On OPB TV”
NBC’s “Grimm” has been renewed for season 6!
“We absolutely love what our producers and cast have accomplished over the past five seasons,” NBC Entertainment Jennifer Salke said. “They have created a whole new world of creatures and have a truly devoted fan base. We can’t wait to see what comes next.”
OregonLive found out in a piece that Kristi Turnquist put out last week showcasing a handful of professionals working in TV, in Oregon. “LA vs. Portland?”, “How did you get your start?”, “Can local actors make a living in Portland?”, “What is the Portland TV and film scene?” were some of the questions asked, and answered. Read more here.
Portland celebrated “Grimm’s” 100th episode on Tuesday. Thank you to Governor Kate Brown, Nick Fish, Oregon legislators and the cast and crew who all gathered on the “Grimm” stage to celebrate this occasion. And there is a lot to celebrate in addition to the show reaching it’s 100th milestone:
more than 250 million dollars has been directly spent by “Grimm” in Oregon thus far
more than a 70% job growth in the motion picture & video industry over the last five years
over 350 companies that have benefited from business with the show
NBC Universal’s “Grimm” is back with a vengeance with season 5. This fantasy drama series set in Portland will premiere 9pm, October 30th. To find out where season 4 left off and what to expect in this coming season read more here.