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NBC's Grimm TV show's sixth season premieres Friday, October 28, 2016. So said co-star Bitsie Tulloch, speaking in a Facebook video chat she did last week with Sebastian Roché. Watch it, below. To give itself scheduling room, so far NBC has only ordered 13 episodes of Grimm, season six. The two-part season five finale's title, "The Beginning of the End," could indicate the supernatural police procedural fantasy drama is drawing to a close sooner rather than later.
Roché, who guest-starred in Grimm season one, episode 18, "Cat and Mouse," as Edgar Waltz is playing Reichsminister Martin Heusmann in the upcoming second season of The Man in the High Castle on Amazon. Tulloch is working with Roché, Jack McBrayer, and Paula Marshall, on Christopher Gorham's feature film, We Love You, Sally Carmichael, currently shooting in Utah. The Grimm TV series cast also includes: David »
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NBC is not grim about Grimm. While it hasn't yet decided whether to cancel the Grimm TV series after season five or renew it for a season six, NBC's Entertainment Chair, Robert Greenblatt, sounds more positive than negative about the fate of this fantasy police procedural drama.
Greenblatt spoke to The Oregonian's Kristi Turnquist during the TCA winter press tour. As quoted below, it sounds like the Peacock Network is more fond than not of this Friday night fright-fest. Brimming with Wesen-ality, Grimm stars: David Giuntoli, Russel Hornsby, Silas Weir Mitchell, Bree Turner, Silas Weir, Mitchell, Sasha Roiz, Claire Coffee, and yes, Bitsie Tulloch.
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