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Tonight, Grimm returns to NBC for the start of its fifth season. When we last left off, Nick was shocked to discover his mother’s decapitated head in a box on the floor of his house, and he wanted to get revenge on those responsible. He soon realized that Juliette had been working with the Royals to set up his mother, and his main focus became hunting them down. When he eventually ended up face-to-face with Juliette, he immediately grabbed her neck and started to choke her, but he couldn’t bring himself to kill her. Juliette sensed his weakness and went after him, but Trubel stepped in, shooting her dead with a crossbow. As Nick mourned the loss of his love, Agent Chavez showed up outside, telling her people to “get her.”
Is Agent Chavez there for Trubel or Juliette, and what does she want with her? Does Chavez realize that Nick is also a Grimm, and what would she do if she did know? Is Juliette really dead (I’m assuming so, but you never know on a show like this)? And if so, how is that going to affect Nick this season? And how is Nick going to feel about Trubel now that she shot and killed his love (or at least the thing that looked like her). And finally, what about Adalind, who’s carrying Nick’s child? What can we expect of this half-Wessen/half-Grimm child?!
It should be an interesting and exciting season (though I will miss Juliette) – and with Halloween just one day away, it’s the perfect night for this premiere!
On tonight’s episode, “The Grimm Identity,” Nick’s life in total chaos following the beheading of his mother and the death of Juliette. In the wake of such loss, he struggles with how to move forward and what to do about Adalind, who’s pregnant with his child. At the same time, his search for truth leads him to FBI Agent Chavez and puts him at odds with those close to him.
To see how Nick deals with everything, tune in to NBC at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/recording The Amazing Race, Undateable, Truth Be Told, Z Nation, and The Knick.