10,993 votes


NBC 2011

After Portland homicide detective Nick Burkhardt discovers he's descended from an elite line of criminal profilers known as "Grimms," he increasingly finds his responsibilities as a detective at odds with his new responsibilities as a Grimm.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Grimm

Grimm - S6E13

#1 - The End


Season 6 - Episode 13

In the series finale, Nick faces off against his greatest foe yet as it seems no weapon can defeat him. 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.

The episode was rated from 3332 votes.

Grimm - S1E22

#2 - Woman in Black


Season 1 - Episode 22

As Nick delves deeper into his life as a Grimm, a trail of grotesque murders reignites the search for the elusive gold coins. The arrival of a mysterious woman in black begins to get in the way of Nick and Hank’s investigation as extra precautions have to be taken to ensure their safety. Meanwhile, Nick’s ability to keep his true nature secret from Juliette comes to a tipping point.

The episode was rated from 1052 votes.

Grimm - S5E22

#3 - Beginning of the End (2)


Season 5 - Episode 22

Black Claw makes a strategic move against Hank that shocks everyone and sends Nick on a war path. Hadrian's Wall ramps up their investigation as they seek out a mysterious man named Bonaparte. Meanwhile, Adalind and Capt. Renard must learn to deal with their new and very unpredictable reality with Diana.

The episode was rated from 1462 votes.

Grimm - S5E21

#4 - Beginning of the End (1)


Season 5 - Episode 21

Black Claw makes a strategic move against Hank that shocks everyone and sends Nick on a war path. Hadrian's Wall ramps up their investigation as they seek out a mysterious man named Bonaparte. Meanwhile, Adalind and Capt. Renard must learn to deal with their new and very unpredictable reality with Diana.

The episode was rated from 2654 votes.

Grimm - S3E22

#5 - Blonde Ambition


Season 3 - Episode 22

It's Monroe and Rosalee's big day and their joy will only be matched by unexpected heartache for those around them. Nick and Juliette make a startling realization that could shake their relationship to its core. Meanwhile, Adalind proceeds with a delicately laid plan that leads to a catastrophic event that will alter the course of Nick's journey.

The episode was rated from 1438 votes.

Grimm - S1E19
#6 - Leave It to Beavers
Season 1 - Episode 19

As Nick delves into the trailer’s weapons cabinet and his inner Grimm, the investigation of a dead construction worker leads him into a long standing conflict in the creature world. Sensing an unfamiliar threat, the suspect takes it upon himself to summon reapers to town to eliminate the Grimm once and for all. Meanwhile, Juliette insists that Nick invite Monroe over for dinner, making for quite the interesting evening.

The episode was rated from 1011 votes.
Grimm - S2E22
#7 - Goodnight, Sweet Grimm (2)
Season 2 - Episode 22

Just when things look like they’re back to normal with Juliette, Nick is called to investigate a flurry of rage-fueled assaults happening all over Portland. He goes to Monroe and Rosalee for help battling Portland’s newest wave of "undead." As if that weren’t enough, Captain Renard informs Nick that his brother Eric is in town on family business. Meanwhile, Stefania and Frau Pech methodically use their alliances with Adalind to battle one another.

The episode was rated from 1260 votes.
Grimm - S2E12
#8 - Season of the Hexenbiest (1)
Season 2 - Episode 12

Adalind returns to wreak havoc in everyone’s lives and avenge her mother’s brutal death. She has her eyes set on Nick and those closest to him – especially Hank and Juliette. Elsewhere, Captain Renard’s obsession continues to escalate. Meanwhile, a surprise visit at the spice shop gives Monroe more than he ever bargained for.

The episode was rated from 1086 votes.
Grimm - S3E18
#9 - The Law of Sacrifice
Season 3 - Episode 18

Nick and his mom, Kelly Burkhardt, join forces to protect Adalind's baby. Meanwhile, Prince Viktor activates a deadly stateside asset to find Adalind and her child.

The episode was rated from 1408 votes.
Grimm - S2E13
#10 - Face Off (2)
Season 2 - Episode 13

After Nick learns about Juliette and Captain Renard, he must deal with the consequences. Things get even more complicated when Nick is called to investigate his own crime. Meanwhile, the search for the key intensifies as Captain Renard finds Nick’s trailer and makes a surprising alliance. With Rosalee’s help, Monroe informs Nick that they might be able to stop what’s going on with Renard and Juliette before it goes too far. Elsewhere, Wu responds to a bizarre shooting at Nick and Juliette’s house.

The episode was rated from 1124 votes.

Last updated: dec 04, 2021





Grimm is become really uninteresting and repetitive, its hard to keep pace with something so boring every week :/ Good stuff in an episode only comes in bits and pieces.


I started to watch this a few weeks ago as the "next" big project to watch after finishing X-Files that I never fully watched as I was a bit too young when it originally aired and only seen a few episodes in the later seasons. I must say this has some resemblance to the X-Files but only in terms of the "monster of the week" episodes. I like that. But this show lacks the ingenuity that X-Files has with the most of the time incredibly great scripts and the overall fantastic cast. Nick, the Grimm (David Giuntoli) is a terrible, terrible miscast. I have watched the first two seasons now and I still really dislike that guy and still think another person would have been better for this role. So far, the show is greatly carried by Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell), Rosalee (Bree Turner) and Captain Renard (Sasha Roiz). It is said that the Grimm has some "powers" that make him who he is, additionally he is a Detective, making him, generally, somewhat smart figuring stuff out to solve cases. But when it is about Grimm stuff, he is stupid as f*ck for plot reasons only, even if they are obvious. There's also this gimmick of his phone ringing, interrupting whatever he is just doing. This is probably the most annoying thing in this whole show, starting to seriously piss me off. This show pushes this really, really hard to a point, where you start to anticipate it in any kind of precarious situation that would solve plots right there if it wouldn't ring and in 9 out of 10 cases (felt) it does ring.. Just as unlikable as David is, so is Russell Hornsby (Hank) overstrained as an actor with his role as it seems. He is such a sterile cardboard character that I wouldn't mind if he gets killed off as cannonfodder at some point, there's no (believable) depth to his character at all. The Juliette arc was awful as well, it held the complete show back in terms of progressing deeper into the Grimm story. The time that is put in here could have been better used when cut in third, the rest of the time put into more monster of the week episodes or to flesh out Hank's backstory. The Juliette arc and Hank's arc to get to know the Grimm world were both overly dramatic and as I said for Juliette's part too much. If you'd see someone change his appearance before your eyes after you shot him, you wouldn't go insane, you'd try hard to rationalize what you've seen. You'd think you're overworked, or tired. That the scenery played tricks on your eye or something. You might be shocked, at least for the moment, but you wouldn't start to become whiny as Hank did. As a German the pronounciation of all the words could be improved immensely. I have to watch some episodes in German to see how they translate it or deal with it in general. Can't be good, synchronization is terrible most of the time, the German voice of Rajesh ("The Indian Guy") from the Big Bang Theory is (yet?) borderline racist. Some of the words seem to be very, *very* literal translations, like Glühenwolk[e]. "Glowing cloud", I assume, Glühen = Glowing, Wolke = Cloud but Glühenwolk[e] makes no sense, that's not proper German, correct would be "glühende Wolke". Glühenwolk[e] is like saying "glow cloud". They did this a couple of times with names. There also seems to be only a single person on this show who tries to pronounce the German as correctly as possible most of the times: Monroe. When he says more than a single word, he really tries and it shows - and pays off. He does a good job here. Really lazy and almost bored seems David by doing so. He lacks passion in his job, he is so not trying because he doesn't care. As I said, miscast person. There are some pet peeves that I have, aside some forgivable grammatical errors, though: The pronounciation of Löwe or plural Löwen as it is used here. It is spelled like "lawn" just with an o as in "lown". Couldn't be more wrong. It's better to say "lowe" like "lo" and "we" as in whe[re]. Another word is Wesen, all creatures who are able to "vogue" or "woga", some word I can't identify. Wesen means creature or better: being. They say it like "Vessin". And of course this woga thing. Still trying to figure out what they say here. There are probably more that annoy me but these three come to mind first. You would assume they'd hire someone who speaks proper German for a show where German is such a centric part. But they apparently didn't, or took someone who had a German course in college but didn't do anything there. That is somewhat disappointing. Overall, this show has mixed qualities. Episodes are a complete up and down from week to week, depending on what the topic is but are usually - when good - only okayish, never really outstanding. There's no brilliance in this but it is able to entertain you, especially when Monroe and Rosalee have a good portion of appearance in the episodes.


One of the BEST series I have seen. And I have seen a lot! Fully recommended. This is one of those shows that every character reacts to every situation like any of us in their place would do. There is very little to argue here once you understand the plot.


Watching the series for the 3rd time. Great show except for the very poor acting by Bitsie Tulloch.


This season finale is what the show needed to reborn. This season had turned to be more about "the wesen of the week" that really follow the original concept of the serie. I hope they change in the next season, because the serie used to be really good. Although, the idea of "bringing back Juliette" doesn't convince me at all. I hope she and Nick won't end up together after everything she had done (like Juliette and Eve), but I guess is up to the writers :/ And Diana...? yeah, that girl is the devil. Definitely.


Well, I finished it. I wanted to like this show So. BAD. I love fantasy shows. I can tolerate police procedurals so long as the ensemble is good. And it wasn't entirely awful. I did finish all six seasons after all. But something just never clicked here.The cast never really gels, although there are a few true standouts (Monroe, Rosalee, Renard, Wu. God I love Wu and his much needed "we all know this is ridiculous" wisecracks.). The writing feels really lazy half the time. Characters make dumb decisions constantly to force the plot to some awful place that it really doesn't need to go. And then in season four, they basically reboot in a failed attempt to get somewhere more interesting than monster of the week. *sigh* It's just a trainwreck of a show. But worth the watch for fantasy buffs, And Sasha Roiz fans. Dzam, that man needs his own show.


Finished it all in about a month. Don't think I've ever done that before. Was a great show and wish it was picked up by a new network to either keep going or if the cast wants to move on intro a next generation with their kids


A great show which was a blend of Fantasy with reality, creatures that could in exist in this reality brought to life in the right show. Grimm was a show I always looked forward to, and I wasn't expected the series to end but it did end on a high note. They really did the story justice, bringing it to a climax, with a great end. You never know what to expect from the next monster, from season to season they grew together battling the forces of evil and protecting people. Nick Burkhardt was the perfect Grimm with the right set of people around him, and I really loved all the characters that developed over the years into the tight knit group. What a twist of an ending! Bravo!


What a series finale, I didn't even know the show was going to end but it did end with a very high note. I'm seriously going to miss Grimm, it got the right combination of Fantasy and Reality, lets hope for a sequel.

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