Just a few days ago the winter premiere of Grimm aired on NBC and fans of the TV Show managed to get their first glimpse of Sgt. Drew Wu’s inner struggle that will unfold throughout the season. Being one of the last regular characters in the show to learn the truth, Wu and his mix of emotions will be a major part of the upcoming episodes, as revealed by Reggie Lee in a recent interview with TvLine.
In the interview the actor stated that as his character is coming to terms with the revelation, fans of Grimm will be able to see him far more often until the end of the season, than they did before. Evident in the winter premiere of the show, Wu’s emotions will take him on a different path than the ones taken by Hank and Juliette seasons ago. Speaking about the inner struggle of his character, Lee stated that “for someone who’s really good at his job, it’s almost worse than checking myself into an insane asylum”.
Becoming a part of Nick’s inner circle, now that Wu has confronted Nick and Hank, the character will take part in Wesen education and will be seen on almost every action scene of Grimm in the remaining episodes of the season. In his interview, Reggie Lee also stated that he speculated with his co-stars David Giuntoli and Russell Hornsby how often his character will be part of the action, but while he was “waiting for the script“, in which Wu wasn’t involved in the action the script “never came“.
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New spoilers reveal that the next all-new episode of NBC’s “Grimm” will be very intriguing, as Juliette will actually consider living her life as a Hexenbiest while Nick and Hank race against the clock to save Monroe from evil Wesens.
During the last episode of “Grimm,” which was titled “Chupacabra,” Monroe was kidnapped by a Wesen hate group, Juliette became a Hexenbiest and Wu discovered the truth about Nick.
In addition, Monroe and Rosalee suffered from another attack by the Secuddum Naturae Ordinem, a purist group that targets interspecies marriages. Not only was the couple forced to postpone their second attempt at a honeymoon, but one of the KKK-like group members kidnapped Monroe.
Another unexpected twist occurred when Juliette transformed into a Hexenbiest.
According to a press release issued by NBC, Nick and Hank will do all they can to rescue Monroe, while Juliette will embrace being a Hexenbiest in the next episode, titled “Wesenrein.”
“Nick and Hank will have to save Monroe from the Secundum Naturae Ordinem Wesen while Juliette considers life as a Hexenbiest,” reads the synopsis, according to Hollywood Hills.
“Grimm” star David Giuntoli also dropped spoilers about Adalind and Wu’s coping with the world of Wesen.
In an interview with TVLine, he revealed that “there are even more side effects to Juliette turning into Adalind.” He added: “There should be, in the Spice Shop, some type of side effects list. We’re in the 21st century.”
When asked if and when Trubel will return, he said: “I don’t know. We will not be seeing Trubel in the next episode.” However, he added that “hopefully, we will be seeing her down the line. Even more hopefully, she gets her own spin-off show, which I think is great. I can do guest-star [appearances] every now and again. The aging Grimm. I can put my children through Ivy League universities by going on The Trubel Show,” he joked.
Giuntoli also hinted about how Wu will deal with knowing the truth about the supernatural activity in Portland.
“I don’t want to speak for him, but when he’s been through so much torment and mental anguish that the news that this is in fact for real is a little easier to swallow. Reggie’s been playing it like he’s got an eye on us, on Hank and myself a little bit. But he is tentatively accepting this as OK. This is all making sense.”
Lastly, he confirmed that Nick and Hank will do all they can to make sure Monroe and Rosalee get the honeymoon they deserve.
“Of course they’re going to get their honeymoon!,” he said.
“I assure you that Hank and I will go to every length to get them onto that stinkin’ plane to wherever they decide to celebrate.”
Season 4, Episode 8 of “Grimm,” “Wesenrein,” premieres on NBC on Friday, Jan. 9, 2015, at 9 p.m. ET.
Watch the teaser video below.
“Grimm” Season 4, Episode 9 airs Jan. 9 on NBC, according to reports. The fall finale left viewers shocked with the latest twist, which could dramatically change the dynamics of the show. Bitsie Tulloch talks about the new Hexenbiest in town. Meanwhile, there is no news yet on Trubel (Jacqueline Toboni).
Spoiler alert: This update contains Grimm Season 4 spoilers. A new Wesen has emerged. Read at your own risk.
Grimm Season 4, Episode 9 is called “Wesenrein,” Tulloch teased with a script photo she posted on Twitter.
Tulloch’s character Juliette delivers the big shocker in the fall finale of Grimm Season 4 (Episode 8). After successfully helping Nick (David Giuntoli) become a Grimm again, Juliette becomes something else. Just like Adalind (Claire Coffee), the woman she hates the most, Juliette has become a Wesen, specifically, a Hexenbiest.
Nick’s longtime girlfriend is not an outsider anymore. But Juliette will fight desperately to get her old self back, Bitsie Tulloch told Zap2It.
“[Juliette is] going to try to hide [her transformation to a Hexenbiest] from [Nick] while she figures out how to correct it,” Tulloch said, noting that Juliette is “scared.” The next Grimm Season 4 episode is not likely to show Juliette talking to Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) and Rosalee (Bree Turner) about this development, either.
“I think she’s not going to turn to her closest friends or Nick for help with this one. She’s too scared of how they will react,” Tulloch said.
Juliette’s transformation occurs just when Sergeant Wu (Reggie Lee) has seen the real answer he has been looking for since seeing an aswang in Grimm Season 3. David Giuntoli dishes his thoughts on this update.
“Reggie’s been playing it like he’s got an eye on us, on Hank (Russell Hornsby) and myself a little bit. But he is tentatively accepting this as OK. This is all making sense,” Giuntoli told TVLine in an interview.
Both Tulloch and Giuntoli teased about a must-watch Hexenbiest battle sometime in the Grimm (Season 4) future. Both actors also said there is no update yet on when Trubel will return to Portland. Tulloch has seen the script up to Grimm Season 4, Episode 14, and still no Trubel.
For his part, Giuntoli has brought up a spin-off idea for Trubel. Grimm showrunner and co-creator David Greenwalt has discussed the same possibility, too.