12 Jun 2014

Jacqueline Toboni Upcoming TV Appearance!

Next Tuesday (June 17th), Jacqueline Toboni, who plays Trubel this past season of Grimm, will be a special guest on The Juice, a daily lifestyle talk show which airs on Veria Living TV. Veria Living TV is a network that showcases healthy lifestyle and wellness programming.

The Juice is a live lifestyle audience talk show on Veria Living TV Network squeezing in a fast-paced mix of celebrity guests, pop culture headlines, food, fitness, fashion, beauty, health, and more! From meal makeovers to simple secrets to dropping a dress size and looking ten years younger, The Juice is a fun-filled hour that gives viewers the tools to transform their lives. Recent celebrity guests include: Goldie Hawn, Dr. Oz, Rocco DiSpirito, Russell Simmons, Tony Dovolani, Carol Alt, Susan Lucci, Jackie Collins, and Zendaya. The Juice airs Monday to Friday at 1:00 pm/ET (10:00 am/PT).

Make sure you guys tune in next Tuesday at the appropriate times if you can! Hopefully we’ll be able to get a video posted to the site sometime next week too, for anyone who is unable to tune in.

06 Jun 2014

Silas Weir Mitchell & Sasha Roiz will star in Portland Center Stage’s ‘Three Days of Rain’

Portland Center Stage announced a big change to its 2014-2015 season Thursday that’s sure to delight fans of the TV series “Grimm.” Silas Weir Mitchell and Sasha Roiz will star in the drama “Three Days of Rain,” which will close the company’s season in May 2015.

” ‘Grimm’ is filmed in Portland, and has been a welcome addition to the city’s creative landscape,” PCS artistic director Chris Coleman said in a press release announcing the season change. “Since they arrived in town, both Sasha and Silas have been visitors to Portland Center Stage, and so I’ve come to know them. We’ve been waiting for the right timing, and the right project, to work together.”

“Three Days of Rain” will begin previews on May 17, 2015, and open on May 22, running through June 21, 2015, on the Main Stage at the Gerding Theater at the Armory.

The drama, written by Richard Greenberg, focuses on three New Yorkers struggling with the puzzles of family history and the nature of creativity. The play has the actors portraying both grown children and their own parents. The actress who will play the third role will be announced at a later date.

The production of “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike,” originally set for the season-closing slot, will move to Jan. 10- Feb. 8, 2015, replacing “Mojada,” which has been postponed to a later season.

On “Grimm,” the filmed-in-Portland supernatural drama, Mitchell and Roiz play the popular characters Monroe and Capt. Renard.

Portland Center Stage season tickets are on sale now. Individual tickets to “Three Days of Rain” will go on sale in January, 2015. Information: 503-445-3700 or visit

03 Jun 2014

NBC Announces Premiere Date for Grimm

NBC’s Constantine TV series, based on the DC Comics character, now has a premiere date. The Blacklist and Grimm will be back, too.

Constantine made a splash when the pilot was picked up to series by NBC, and now we know when we can first watch John Constantine in action. Constantine will premiere on NBC on Friday, October 24th at 10 p.m. EST, right after the season premiere of Grimm at 9. That’s a nice block of supernatural programming for those of us who prefer to stay home on Friday nights. Dropping ol’ Hellblazer the week before Halloween seems about right to us, too.

Fans waiting for more Red Reddington and friends don’t have to wait quite as long. The Blacklist season 2 will premiere on September 22nd in its usual 10 p.m. timeslot. You can read the rest of NBC’s premiere date schedule over at Entertainment Weekly.

17 May 2014

Season 4 Spoilers: About those Black Forest keys…

Apparently, the Black Forest is more than just a really good kind of ham; it is also a long-nagging plot point when it comes to “Grimm” that many have questioned for quite a long time. So when will these questions eventually become answers? This is something that we are apparently going to get some answers to … eventually.

Now that Nick has another key and is starting to piece the map together, is it possible that all will be revealed with this next season? Well, you know that there are still many more keys to be collected, so let’s not rush into things here. Speaking to TVLine, executive producer David Greenwalt had the following to say:

“We can look forward to a third key, and we know the royals have four, and Nick and his cohorts have three, and in Year 5 — we promise –we will put all this together and find out what the hell they lead to.”

What we are personally interested in seeing more is how Nick is going to unravel the “infidelity,” which is really something that he didn’t have control over. This is one of two crazy twists that came through the finale, with the other one being where Nick is now when it comes to his powers … and we really applaud the show for this one. As many series go along, they traditionally feel this sort of temptation to push the envelope, and have things become as crazy as humanly possible … even if that is often the last thing that you need. The fact that the show opted to go in the completely opposite direction is commendable, and it forces us to look deeper at the Nick character and his humanity.

What do you want to see on “Grimm” next season?

16 May 2014

The Cast on the Season 3 Finale!

NBC posted some interviews with the cast of Grimm on the season 3 finale, airing tonight! You can check them out below:

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19 Mar 2014

GRIMM Renewed for a 4th Season

NBC has given early renewals for next season to three chicago firemore dramas: Chicago Fire, its spinoff Chicago P.D., and Grimm. They join hot freshman The Blacklist, which already was picked up for a second season. Also set to return next season are veteran comedy Parks And Recreation (Season 7), flagship reality series The Voice (Cycle 7), and Celebrity Apprentice (Cycle 14), which skipped a season.

The renewal of Dick Wolf’s Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. opens the door to further expanding the franchise with a long-rumored Chicago-set medical drama. Last year, NBC picked up all of Wolf’s series at the same time. This time, Law & Order: SVU is not part of the package as the veteran usually gets a renewal close to the upfronts. But with the Chicago franchise blossoming, would the last representative of Wolf’s previous power NBC procedural brand, Law & Order, call it a day?

Meanwhile, Grimm was the first new series launched by NBC’s new regime to get traction, adding additional significance to its renewal for a fourth season. Of the other NBC series, midseason comedy About A Boy has shown enough promise for a renewal so far, with the jury still out on Growing Up Fisher.


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