Tonight on Grimm we get a special double creature feature: a creepy thing that lives in the sewers, and a seasonally appropriate very bad Santa, based on the folk tales of a very grim (sorry) monster indeed, who goes by the name of Krampus.
That’s right, two episodes of Grimm tonight, so make sure to plan on plopping yourself in front of the TV at 9 for Grimm, then watching either Grimm or the Haven season finale at 10, and DVR the other, so you can watch excellent TV until midnight. It’s a perfect Friday night!
Here to get you ready for Grimm is a TV spot, two clips, a bunch of featurettes with the cast talking about the holiday episode and about how they spend their holidays, and finishing off with the cast reading The 12 Days of Krampus. Enjoy!
- Erin Willard
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