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David Guintoli Hints Season 6 Not The Finale?

The fate of “Grimm” season 7 is yet to be determined as “Grimm” season 6 approaches its last phase. The followers of Nick Burkhardt’s adventures must prepare themselves for the series’ ending because it seems like NBC is letting it go.

While the decision of NBC to cease the renewal of “Grimm” season 7 is disheartening for the fans, all hope is not lost. Reports say that the producers are still on the negotiating phase with the network. Additionally, the performance of “Grimm” season 6 might decide the fate of “Grimm” season 7.

Performance-wise, “Grimm” series fares well with the fans. On its official and verified Facebook page, “Grimm” has more than 2 million followers. The popularity of “Grimm” is undeniable but will its popularity be enough to convince NBC to produce “Grimm” season 7?

As of writing, there is still no positive news pertaining to “Grimm” season 7. Variety reports that NBC has finalized its decision to end its contract by the end of “Grimm” season 6.

The actors of “Grimm” are also mum on the fate of “Grimm” season 7. Instead of talking about “Grimm” season 7, they are more focused on “Grimm” season 6, which is considered to be the tentative finale.

David Guintolli, who seamlessly takes Nick Burkhardt’s character to life, emphasized that “Grimm” season 6 will not be a gloomy, funeral-themed episode. He said that fans can expect “Grimm” season 6 to be a season full of gratitude and good vibes. With his statement, the fans can relax and take it easy knowing that the chances of a main character getting killed is almost out of the picture.

“Grimm” season 6 is scheduled to premiere on Jan. 6, 2017. Since NBC has already announced that it will not be house “Grimm” season 7, the fans are waiting for another network to welcome it.

 

2 comments on “David Guintoli Hints Season 6 Not The Finale?”

  1. Ruth says:

    Maybe Grimm needs another network if NBC won’t have more. Fans will follow.

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