'Grimm' Spinoff in the Works With a Female Lead

Angelo Anderson
October 16, 2018

NBC is developing a spinoff from the supernatural series, which bowed out past year after six seasons.

According to Deadline, NBC is now developing a Grimm reboot just one year after the original show went off the air. Deadline reports hearing that the new series would center on a female lead, so perhaps Trubel is back in town this time around.

According to the official description, the new show builds off the mythology of the original series and will feature returning fan favorites while also introducing new characters, new dangers and new mysteries.

The new series is being produced by Universal TV and Hazy Mills Productions with Melissa Glenn (Iron Fist) set to write the script. "I hear no actors are now attached but the idea is for offshoot to feature some original cast members, regular or recurring". Hazy Mills' Sean Hayes and Todd Milliner will serve as executive producers along with Glenn. Also along for the ride are two of the three co-creators from the original series, David Greenwalt and Jim Kouf, now serving as consulting producers.

Grimm, which ran for six seasons on the Peacock Net, followed Nick Burkhardt as he became aware that he was from a long lineage of "Grimms", aka slayers of supernatural creatures known as "Wesen". Giuntoli and Russell Hornsby, who played his partner, both are starring on new series this season, ABC's A Million Little Things and Fox's Proven Innocent, respectively. Let us know in the comments!

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