Creators: David Greenwalt, Jim Kouf
Cast: David Giuntoli, Russell Hornsby, Bitsie Tulloch
Homicide Detective Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli) gets quite a surprise when his aunt Marie (Kate Burton) arrives at his home unexpectedly and has cancer. Though she only has months to live or maybe weeks, she’s made the cross-country journey with her camper to tell Nick something important: He’s a Grimm. One of a descendants of the Brother’s Grimm, he has the ability to see creatures and monsters that look human to everyone else. It turns out that all the fairy tales that are told to children are true. Mary tells him that is his job to hunt them down and kill them. Unfortunately the creatures are not sitting down and waiting to be killed they followed the aunt to see if it would lead to an other Grimm so they could kill it. It is like that kill them before they kill you.Of course Hank (Russell Hornsby) Nick’s partner nor Nick’s girlfriend dos not know the ability of Nick.
Grimm,is a show that was part supernatural horror, part police procedural which works because the ratings are there a NBC. Each episode start by a crime someone is dead or gets killed involving a Vessen that Nick needs to get involved without his partner knowing. Most of the Vessen are harmless and lives in peace without being noticed, they blend in. Of course the Vessen are afraid of Nick because they know he is a Grimm and nick will kill them. The sets are very convincing and works well and well as the CGI they are high quality. The stories are interesting but the problem is this fables most people know how it is going to end. So the writers change things around a little bit to throw off the audience. There is humor at times and it is silly also once in a while but it works.