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Tonight, after six exciting seasons, NBC’s Grimm finally comes to an end. Last week, Nick and Eve were inside the mirror trying to launch an attack on the Zerstorer, but they quickly realized they were no match for this creature and his powerful staff. Diana managed to re-open the portal and rescue Nick and Eve, but somehow the trip caused Eve to no longer be a Hexenbiest. Meanwhile, Diana sensed something was wrong and realized that the Zerstorer was also able to escape back into the real world and was now coming for her. As Rosalee and Adalind cast a spell to conceal Diana from the beast, the others, including a newly returned Trubel, looked for a way to stop the Zerstorer. However, when Hank and Wu headed to the police station, they found themselves face-to-face with the beast, who seemingly stabbed them both to death as Nick watched in horror.
Is this truly the end of Hank and Wu? I mean, I know this is the end of the show, but they can’t just die like that, right? There’s got to be some way to bring them back! How will Nick and the others stop the Zerstorer? Will anyone else die in the process? And will we finally see Eve turn back into the old Juliette just in time to give her and Nick a happy ending? I’m looking forward to seeing how it all plays out and how the series comes to close tonight.
On tonight’s finale, “The End,” Nick must look to his ancestors for strength to save the world from a terrifying end as he faces off against a seemingly unbeatable foe. At the Spice Shop, Monroe, Rosalee, and Eve search for answers and stumble upon a rare potion that may help the fight. Elsewhere, Capt. Renard and Adalind try to keep Diana and baby Kelly safe as the threat has its eyes set on the children.
See how our favorite Portland gang handles the beast and who lives and dies tonight on NBC at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Sleepy Hollow & Tangled: The Series.
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Blue Bloods celebrates its 150th episode tonight, and I am excited that this show has been able to run this long. It has been a couple weeks since we’ve had a new episode, and I have missed my weekly fix of the Regans. Truthfully, I’m hoping that after last episode, we see Jamie move up to a detective, because he would really make a great one. I understand he likes being a beat cop, but Jamie and Eddie would be fantastic detectives together, and it would change the dynamics up a bit. Time will tell, but as the cast evolves, the story directions are endless.
On tonight’s episode, “Deep Blue Goodbye,” Danny investigates the circumstances of an ex-NYPD officer who goes missing the day after she revealed to him that she had planned to make amends to the woman she and her partner wrongfully convicted years ago. Also, Frank faces a dilemma when one of his peers, Chief Taylor Daniels, refuses to retire, even though he’s hit the mandatory age limit.
To find out if Frank can help his peer, tune in to CBS at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching Grimm, Hawaii Five-0, Rosewood, Sleepy Hollow, and MacGyver.