Executive producer David Greenwalt revealed to Zap2it 11 teasers about what’s to come in Season 4 of Grimm, which premieres on Oct. 24 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on NBC. Source: Zap2it
Here’s a snippet of the Zap2it article:
Season 4 picks up “one minute after” the Season 3 finale. Nick (David Giuntoli) is going through an identity-crisis now that his Grimm powers have been taken from him. “If they could cure him and if he could submit to that process, which is going to be horrible — or at least shocking — does he want to be a Grimm again?” Greenwalt says. “This will go on longer than the zombie thing [at the end of Season 2], but not just interminably. Long enough to really mine the issues around it.”
“Identity” is a big focus of the beginning of the season. “We’re going to deal with identity,” Greenwalt teases, saying that there will be a new identity-stealing Wesen for episodes 1 and 2 of Season 4. “All kinds of people’s” identities will be stolen by a Wesen who is “really frightening and very cool; almost a James Bond kind of thing going on there.”
Trubel is sticking around for a while. Greenwalt says he and EP Jim Kouf don’t know exactly how long Trubel (Jacqueline Toboni) will remain on “Grimm,” but that she at least will be in “the first several.” “That’s a thing that’s going to have to organically reveal itself,” Greenwalt says.
Adalind (Claire Coffee) is going to “go through Hell” in Europe. But that’s not the last fans will see of her. “Eventually she will rise from the ashes like you’ve never seen her before,” teases Greenwalt. “I just adore her.”
Sergeant Wu might come to terms with the Grimm world in Season 4. “We cannot keep him in the dark forever and ever,” says Greenwalt about Reggie Lee’s character. The EP says that Wu’s storyline might revisit the Aswang as “he begins to understand, or think he understands, what’s going on.”
“Grimm” will have more weird Wesen. In “Grimm’s” special way, a Wesen will end up being the explanation for why some people hear voices and think they are losing their minds, thinking they are schizophrenic. There also will be Wesen inspired by golem from Jewish folklore and some human sacrifice out of Indian tales. Then there’s Season 4’s Christmas episode, which will be inspired by a Greek myth about the holiday.
Read more about the rest of Grimm teases from David Greenwalt, including, Monroe and Rosalee’s honeymoon, Hank’s storyline, the keys, and more.