Grimm season 6 spoilers are aplenty since it is the show’s last and final season. Despite the program coming to an end, show runners are determined to give fans the best experience out of NBC’s horror series. Season 6 started with its first episode last week entitled Fugitive. Get to know more details what to expect in the show’s second episode when it hits TV screens again this Friday.
Grimm season 6 episode 1 recap: Fugitive
The return of the show picked up exactly where season 5 left off. With Nick and Renard staring at each other in confusion over Bonaparte’s corpse, no one knows exactly what happened. Moreover, Nick goes in hiding after his immediate world was upended. Meanwhile, the rest of the group scrambled around loft tunnels, where Monroe and Rosalee discovered a way and told every about it. Teasingly, Rosalee also did not tell anyone about her pregnancy.
On a tangent, the gang was also anxious that Black Claw had tracked them, and were surprised to find corpses at the loft. When they returned to the mansion, a shocked Renard told Adalind that Nick is Alive. There is simply so much going on!
— Grimm (@NBCGrimm) January 10, 2017
Grimm season 6 episode 2 updates: Trust Me Knot
As per TV Guide, the second episode in the sixth season will be called Trust Me Knot. The same publication reports how it will center on Diana as she demonstrates her powers while being nursed by Monroe and Rosalee. Interestingly, Nick will also disguise himself as Renard to take down the villain.
The full synopsis reads: “Nick (David Guintoli) makes a pact with potentially deadly consequences; Hank (Russell Hornsby) and Wu (Reggie Lee) think they have a way to stop Renard; a phone call throws Adalind (Claire Coffee) into the middle of everything; Diana (Hannah R. Lloyd) demonstrates her power while in the care of Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) and Rosalee (Bree Turner); and Eve (Bitsie Tulloch) and Trubel (Jacqueline Toboni) do some digging to figure out the mystery of the cloth found with the healing stick.” Grimm airs Fridays at 8/7c on NBC.
— Grimm (@NBCGrimm) January 9, 2017