TVLine talked with Grimm’s executive producers David Greenwalt and Jim Kouf, and stars Silas Weir Mitchell and Bree Turner, about the shows 100th episode, the end of the key mythology, and more. Source: TVLine
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The milestone hour, which airs Friday (9/8c), continues Monroe and Nick’s search for a mysterious object hidden in the Black Forest. “It’s the best of what we do,” Turner chimes in, agreeing that the making of the hour felt somehow different, even though most of the cast was working in familiar territory and with a beloved director (executive producer Noberto Barba, who has helmed many of the series’ big episodes).
“The sets were amazing, the story is cool and there were just a couple of moments that felt really on,” Mitchell says. “When you get tingly now” — aka five seasons in — “you know you’re onto something.”
The actors promise “a lot of payoff” for fans who’ve been invested in the saga of fairytale monsters and the Grimm who hunts them. And later that day, when TVLine talks with series co-creators David Greenwalt and James Kouf on the show’s Portland set, the cryptic pair — who wrote the ep — offers a (rare) definitive answer about mythology that has been a through line since the supernatural drama’s first season.