Wednesday, April 12, 2017
My #Grimm final season review. @NBCGrimm #GrimmFinale
Grimm ended after six seasons last month. I once described it as an adult Buffy. Nick has his Scooby Gang and the Spice Shop is not unlike The Magic Box. At both places the gangs spend a lot of time looking through old books. On Grimm it's with 30 somethings instead of teenagers, thus adult Buffy.
Anyway, one of the things I liked about this show was the shifting of alliances.
- Adalind was the main antagonist in the early seasons. Nick caused her to lose here power, she caused Nick to lose his power. In the end they had a kid and fell in love.
- Renard was a strong ally for most of the series. Then during the Black Claw arc, he becomes the Mayor of Portland and their main enemy and they almost kill each other. In the end, they all come together to protect Diana.
- Juliette was Nick's girlfriend until she was turned into a Hexanbeist and turns on the Grimm. She then dies and get resurrected as Eve.
In the end everyone dies expect Nick, Trubel and the kids. And by everyone, I mean everyone. Even the side characters at the police station. Luckily when Nick and Trubel finally defeat the Big Bad, Nick and the Staff gets sucked into a Mirror World portal which spits him out three days in the past where no one has died yet. So everyone gets to die and then everyone lives happily ever after.
Flash forward to 20 years in the future where everyone's kids are grown up and working together to defeat evil.