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MipCancun: 15 Takes on 2017’s Edition

Cancun, Mexico — The 4th MipCancun unspooled Nov. 15-17 in the Sunrise quarter of a beachside hotel. That name could stand metaphor for the Latin America’s independent TV production sector at large and for MipCancun itself, as attendance soared to over 700 delegates, boosted by a co-production strand which looks like representing much of the meeting’s future. 15 points on this year’s meet, which caught the industry on a dramatic upturn.

1.Viva La Revolucion, And Yes, It’S Quite A Revolucion

MipCancun’s defining energy, playing out in multiple iterations and sweeping MipCancun, was Hollywood – studios, big and boutique indies – and Latin America’s top TV players – broadcasters, producers – thrashing out the co-production, co-financing and distribution, here by the former, of ambitious TV dramas, rooted in Latin American realities but made for the world. Just two-or-three examples: “Narcos” producer Gaumont TV started “at the beginning of the year” to become co-producers and partners of series from Latin
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"Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Angel"

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Sneak Peek footage from the "Buffy The Vampire Slayer", Season 1 episode "Angel", written by David Greenwalt and directed by Scott Brazil, that aired April 14, 1997 on The WB:

"...'Buffy Summers'(Sarah Michelle Gellar) has just moved to 'Sunnydale' after burning down her old school's gym to escape her 'vampire slayer' duties. Her plans are complicated by 'Rupert Giles' (Anthony Head), her new 'Watcher', who reminds her of the presence of evil.

"'Sunnydale High' is built atop a 'Hellmouth', a portal to demon dimensions that attracts supernatural phenomena to the area.

"Buffy meets two schoolmates, 'Xander Harris' (Nicholas Brendon) and 'Willow Rosenberg' (Alyson Hannigan) who help her fight evil through the series.

"She also gets a love interest in the form of 'Angel' (David Boreanz) a vampire with a soul.

"Together they are the 'Scoobies', and must prevent 'The Master' (Mark Metcalf), an ancient vampire, from opening the Hellmouth and taking over Sunnydale.
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Grimm: EPs Discuss Future Seasons or Spinoffs of the NBC Series

Grimm aired its series finale at the end of March, and recently executive producers David Greenwalt and Jim Kouf spoke with Deadline about a possible future for the NBC TV show.The show follows Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli), a homicide detective who fights mythological forces. The cast also includes Russell Hornsby, Silas Weir Mitchell, Bitsie Tulloch, Reggie Lee, Sasha Roiz, Bree Turner, and Claire Coffee.Read More…
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Grimm season 6 episode 13 review: The End

Christine Horton Apr 3, 2017

That's all folks! Grimm comes to an emotional end as Nick and the gang battle the Zerstorer in a final showdown...

This review contains spoilers.

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6.13 The End

Well, we’ve come to end of the fairy-tale, folks. The last ever episode of Grimm delivered love, death, redemption and what every good fairy story needs – a happy ending.

Along with the obvious monsters and myths, there are some themes that have always run through the series, such as family, and in particular, strong women. The final episode was no different, and when Nick is in danger of making a very bad decision, it is the women in his life who step in to show him the way, and ultimately ensuring that goods wins out over evil.

It takes a while to get there,
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‘Grimm’ Matches Ratings High With Series Finale, ‘Blue Bloods’ Tops Night, ‘Sleepy Hollow’ Down Hard From 2016 Ender

‘Grimm’ Matches Ratings High With Series Finale, ‘Blue Bloods’ Tops Night, ‘Sleepy Hollow’ Down Hard From 2016 Ender
April Fool’s, it was all a dream.Ok, not really, but kind of, on the Grimm (0.9/4) Season 6 ender and series finale last night. What's very real for NBC is that the Portland-set supernatural series from Stephen Carpenter, Jim Kouf and David Greenwalt was up 13% among adults 18-49 and 4% in viewers to an audience of 4.30 million to hit a season high in both categories. Matching its Season 6 premiere of January in the key demo, the 8 Pm Season 6 end of Grimm was also dead…
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Grimm Finale: Behind-the-Scenes Scoop on Those Two Surprise Returns

Grimm Finale: Behind-the-Scenes Scoop on Those Two Surprise Returns
Warning: This post will spoil Grimm‘s series finale if you haven’t watched it yet.

When Grimm co-creator James Kouf thinks about his supernatural drama’s finale, “One of the things I’m proudest of, at the end, is that it’s one man and three women taking on the evil,” he tells TVLine.

RelatedGrimm Finale: EPs Explain All Those Deaths, Rosalee’s Skipped Pregnancy and Who They Just Couldn’t Bring Back

That man is series protagonist Nick Burkhardt, which is kind of a no-brainer. But here’s the cool part: Those women are Nick’s deceased mother,
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Grimm Finale: EPs Explain All Those Deaths, Rosalee's Skipped Pregnancy and Who They Just Couldn't Bring Back

Grimm Finale: EPs Explain All Those Deaths, Rosalee's Skipped Pregnancy and Who They Just Couldn't Bring Back
Warning: The following post contains major spoilers from the Grimm series finale.

The problem with ending previous seasons of Grimm with huge, cliffhanging episodes, showrunners James Kouf and David Greenwalt tell TVLine, is that the series finale then had to be even an even bigger deal than what had come before.

So what did the executive producers do? Killed them all, of course.

RelatedGrimm Series Finale Recap: Did Nick & Co. Defeat the Devil in ‘The End’?

By “them,” we mean Nick’s friends. And by “all,” we mean Renard, Adalind, Rosalee, Monroe and Trubel, who died in quick succession in Friday’s series finale.
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'Grimm' Bosses Break Down Series Finale Deaths and "Open" Ending

[Warning: This story contains spoilers from Grimm's series finale, "The End."]

The stories that the Brothers Grimm were fond of telling a couple centuries ago weren’t exactly overflowing with happy endings. Luckily for fans of the NBC series Grimm, its ending Friday night after six seasons went in a much more positive direction.

“Our ending was deliberately very fairy tale-esque,” executive producer David Greenwalt tells The Hollywood Reporter. “We like to think our characters just kept on going, and never died.”

Though never a Top 10 hit for NBC, the show about a group of friends (and occasional enemies) who...
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David Boreanaz Reflects on Buffy in Honor of 20th Anniversary: ‘I Was in the Right Spot at the Right Time’

David Boreanaz Reflects on Buffy in Honor of 20th Anniversary: ‘I Was in the Right Spot at the Right Time’
— A version of this article originally appeared on EW.com.

As David Boreanaz says goodbye to Bones — it wraps its 12-season run on March 28 at 9 p.m. on Fox — he looks back to the series that came before, reminiscing about his time on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel, the spin-off in which he starred.

Twenty years ago, you were cast in your breakout role as the vampire Angel on Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Did you ever imagine you’d be here now?

David Boreanaz: It was all timing, really. initially had an arc of 6 out of the 12 episodes.
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Grimm Season 6: Cast, EPs Talk 'Great Sorrow and Great Hope' in Final Run

Grimm Season 6: Cast, EPs Talk 'Great Sorrow and Great Hope' in Final Run
You may be sad that Grimm‘s final season is half as long as its previous ones… but the supernatural series’ showrunners sure aren’t.

“There was a chance that we would have gotten 22 [episodes], and we were going, ‘Oh my God,'” James Kouf says, laughing. He and his fellow showrunner, David Greenwalt, are sitting on folding chairs just outside one of Grimm‘s main stages in Portland., Ore., taking advantage of a break in filming the NBC drama’s penultimate episode to chat with visiting reporters. “That’s a long trek,” Greenwalt adds. “We did that for five years.
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Grimm Video: EPs Promise to Answer 'Very Large Questions' in Final Season

Grimm Video: EPs Promise to Answer 'Very Large Questions' in Final Season
On the 12th day of Krampus, the Grimm gang brought to me: resolution to some big mysterieeeeees.

In the exclusive video below, the NBC supernatural drama’s cast and executive producers give a brief recap of the Season 5 finale — remember, with the magic stick and the tunnels and the creepy dolls? — before setting up what fans can expect to see in the series’ final go-around.

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“We’re gonna answer a couple of very large questions,” Ep David Greenwalt says in the featurette.
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NBC Developing Action Adventure Drama ‘Treasure’ From ‘Grimm’ Creative Team

As Grimm is heading into its sixth and final season, the series’ co-creators/executive producers/showrunners Jim Kouf and David Greenwalt have teamed with Grimm executive producers Sean Hayes and Todd Milliner of Hazy Mills for another drama project at NBC and Universal TV, the network and studio behind the supernatural cop drama starring David Giuntoli. Written by Kouf and Greenwalt, Treasure is an action adventure mystery involving a group of grad students in…
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Corey Haim’s Movies, From ‘Firstborn’ to ‘License to Drive’ (Photos)

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Corey Haim’s Movies, From ‘Firstborn’ to ‘License to Drive’ (Photos)
The child actor first starred in “Firstborn” when he was 13 years old but died before his 2011 film “Decisions” was released. “Firstborn” (1984) Corey Haim had his film debut in “Firstborn” when he was just 13 years old. The film starred Teri Garr, Peter Weller, Christopher Collet, Sarah Jessica Parker and Robert Downey Jr.Secret Admirer” (1985) Haim starred as Jeff in the 1985 romantic comedy about a love letter left in a locker that turns everyone’s world upside down. Directed by David Greenwalt, the film starred C. Thomas Howell, Lori Loughlin, Kelly Preston, Fred Ward and Geoffrey Blake. “Silver Bullet” (1985) Corey Haim...
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‘Grimm’ to End After Season 6 on NBC

‘Grimm’ to End After Season 6 on NBC
Grimm” will come to a close after its upcoming sixth season, NBC confirmed on Monday.

Announcing the premiere date for Season 6 in a press release today, the network stated “the final season” will begin on Jan. 6.

Season 6 will consist of 13 episodes with the finale chapter following the battle fans have been long waiting for: Nick versus Capt. Renard.

With the forces of Black Claw silenced, Nick (David Giuntoli) will face a familiar foe in Capt. Renard (Sasha Roiz), who is now in the seat of power as the mayor elect of Portland. Nick must take a stand to protect his city and those closest to him, especially his child with Adalind (Claire Coffee), and it will take the full force of Nick and his allies to find a way to bring peace. Also in the final chapter, Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) and Rosalee (Bree Turner) will grapple with bringing a child into a new and tumultuous world
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Grimm Season 6 Taps State of Affairs' Chris McKenna to Play Portland Cop

Grimm Season 6 Taps State of Affairs' Chris McKenna to Play Portland Cop
There’s lots of movement in the Portland Police Department these days: In addition to Grimm‘s Capt. Renard leaving the force to become mayor, State of Affairs star Chris McKenna is joining the NBC supernatural drama as a “formidable” lieutenant, TVLine has learned.

McKenna will play Lt. Grossante, a “formidable and driven” an “military-type” cop, per the official character description. McKenna, who announced his casting via Twitter on Tuesday, is officially signed on for one episode but will probably appear in more.

RelatedGrimm @ Comic-Con: A ‘Monrosalee’ Litter (?!), Diana Drama and More

No word yet on whether or not Grossante is Wesen,
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Grimm @ Comic-Con: A 'Monrosalee' Litter (?!), Diana Drama and More

Grimm @ Comic-Con: A 'Monrosalee' Litter (?!), Diana Drama and More
If Silas Weir Mitchell has his way, Grimm‘s Monroe and Rosalee will have not one child, but a “litter” of Wesen when the couple’s pregnancy comes to term.

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Mitchell and co-star Bree Turner addressed the issue during the NBC supernatural drama’s Comic-Con panel Saturday in San Digeo.

“I just hope it’s a litter,” Mitchell joked, to Turner’s horror. “I’ll help nurse!”

“I like the sound of litter,” co-creator David Greenwalt, with co-star Sasha Roiz interjecting, “Bree’s just knitting a dozen little cardigans!”

The panel — stars David Giuntoli,
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Grimm Finale: EPs Talk [Spoiler]'s Death, Rosalee's Secret, [Spoiler]'s 'Complex' Return and More

Grimm Finale: EPs Talk [Spoiler]'s Death, Rosalee's Secret, [Spoiler]'s 'Complex' Return and More
Stick a sword in it — Renard, you wanna do the honors? — because Grimm is done for the season.

Friday’s two-hour finale saw the deaths of three players, including Meisner (sniff!), and some intriguing developments for various members of the Scooby Gang. Here’s a quick recap:

Hadrian’s Wall identified Bonaparte, a Zauberbiest who helped found Black Claw, as being the insurgent group’s top man on the ground in Portland. Meanwhile, at Renard’s mansion, Bonaparte used his powers to petrify Adalind briefly, then promised to hurt her children if she ever removed the engagement ring he put
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Grimm EPs, Star Tease Nick's Wrath, a Significant Death, Dangerous Diana

Grimm EPs, Star Tease Nick's Wrath, a Significant Death, Dangerous Diana
Grimm‘s Nick Burkhardt has spent the past few episodes harried, hunted and haunted by a betrayal, which can only mean one thing: It’s season finale time again!

At the very end of last week’s episode, David Giuntoli‘s Nick watched Sean Renard celebrate his ill-gotten mayoral victory, flanked on stage by his even more ill-gotten “family”: a coerced Adalind, Diana and baby Kelly. “You’re dead,” Nick said, clenching his fist and seething at his former boss as the screen cut to black.

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Was S.H.I.E.L.D. Shield Cool? Is Once Giving Free Passes? Arrow Kiss a Miss? Grimm Sitter Needed? And More Qs

Was S.H.I.E.L.D. Shield Cool? Is Once Giving Free Passes? Arrow Kiss a Miss? Grimm Sitter Needed? And More Qs
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Outlander, Once Upon a Time, Scorpion and Arrow!

1 | Is it safe to say, Grimm fans, that Jim & Dave’s Tavern was a nod to series co-creators James Kouf and David Greenwalt? And remind us again why baby Kelly is going to work with Adalind at the law firm? Are there no trustworthy babysitters in Portland?

2 | As cool as Outlander‘s illness-sniffing dog is, couldn’t you have lived without the graphic scene where
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Grimm season 5 episode 16 review: The Believer

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Grimm season 5 takes on the world of evangelical preaching in its latest comic-tinged episode...

This review contains spoilers.

5.16 The Believer

First off, some good news for fans of Grimm: NBC has revealed that the show will be returning for a sixth season later this year, yay! It’s good to see the network supporting our favourite fairytale police procedural.

This week’s encounter with the Wesen world features an evangelical preacher who channels his inner Furis Rubian for his own ends. An accidental death leads Hank and Nick to the preacher’s door, and predictably we encounter large doses of religious fervour, delusion, betrayal and greed.

Being forced to deal with religious nut-jobs seems to bring out the snark in our favourite detectives, with Wu in particular delivering new levels of sarcasm when confronted with the case.

“What is this, some type of circus?” asks Hank
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