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.



One comment on “GRIMM Renewed for a 4th Season”

  1. Monique says:

    Good! I LOVE Grimm. It’s action packed, good scripts and ALL the actors are easy on the eyes. Supernatural use to be my favorite but Grimm is now #1 in my heart and on my TV. Looking forward to many more seasons of Grimm.

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