Grimm’s two-hour season finale was filled with deaths, secrets, and some intriguing developments for members of the Scooby Gang. TVLine talked to Grimm’s executive producers David Greenwalt and Jim Kouf and star David Giuntoli about tonight’s season five finale episode and what to expect next season. Source: TVLine
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TVLINE | The finale had three big fight scenes. Which was the hardest to pull off?
KOUF | They were pretty easy for us. We just told Bert [Barba, director] to do them. [Laughs]
GREENWALT | There is a moment of reckoning coming with Nick and the captain and lots of moments of reckoning for everybody.
KOUF | When we delivered the last few scripts, our producers’ hair caught fire.
GIUNTOLI | Relationships and fight scenes: Both of these things are kind of pains in the ass, but also very fun and worthwhile. It’s pretty fun as an actor to do that stuff. Because Nick often has to be so hurt and in such a dark place. When I’m fighting in a fight scene all day long — because it’s all day long — you just kind of do it. [Laughs]
TVLINE | I loved that Nick’s stove was used as a battering ram — twice!
KOUF | [Laughs] Kitchens are dangerous places.
GREENWALT | Whatever’s at hand!
TVLINE | Will the premiere pick up right where the finale leaves off?
KOUF | Yeah.
GREENWALT | That’s the plan. Right at that very moment: What happens next?
KOUF | There are too many unanswered moments to jump ahead.