Season six will probably happen but like Zoo said this episode or title have nothing to do with this season, I cant remember who but someone the other week said that Grimm has a high chance of having another season.
WesenZoo wrote: Grimm is a toss up to be renewed at the moment. It could go either way.
I hope we can keep for for at least one or two more seasons, I feel like at the moment we have to many storylines to fit all into one season, Black claw, Diana, Adalin and Nick and the keys, Plus I feel like the fanbase is growing, But sadly some people are not even being rational and giving the season a chance when they saw the first episode and are like "I will NEVER watch grimm again" I also saw people saying they would completely stop watching if Nick and Adalin even thought about getting together, We are not even half way through the season yet some people are just deciding to leave for no reason other than a rusty start to the season, The way the last episode was filmed I HOPE brings people back but hey.. Some people are like that...
Many people I know have stop to see the show after the fourth season, and personally I was also about to give up, I was disappointed with the story, but decided to go back to see the show because I really like "Grimm", many people like Nick / Adalind as a couple, while many people no longer see the show because are "Nadalind Haters" (like me ;P), with the return of Bitsie Tulloch, fans decided to see again the show, and the ratings have increased, because in the same way that there is people who love and hate Clarie Coffe, there are also people who love and hate Bitisie, let's be honest, for five years follow these eight characters, they all have a lot of fans, with the death of one of these characters, it is logical that the show lost many fans, and now recovered because they are the eight on the scene again, and now what worries me is the fact that there's a rumor that's another main character this season will die and will probably affect the ratings, regardless of what the character is going to die.
I find it funny how people argue that Juliette can't be redeemed (after one half of a season where she did bad things), and are relatively OK with another woman (who has had 4 seasons of being bad and is the root cause of Juliette going bad in the first place) being with the lead guy. The element of "bad" may be up to subjective opinion but yes, let's keep this on topic.
Yaguaraté wrote: I find it funny how people argue that Juliette can't be redeemed (after one half of a season where she did bad things), and are relatively OK with another woman (who has had 4 seasons of being bad and is the root cause of Juliette going bad in the first place) being with the lead guy. The element of "bad" may be up to subjective opinion but yes, let's keep this on topic.
It isn't Adalins fault though, It is Renards fault she did all that.
May be so but she should really understand the side effects of the spells she casts and the trouble it causes everyone. She didn't get her baby (which she tried to sell on the Black Market at one point) in the end so I'm not even sure if that's poetic justice or not.
Oh dear. Didn't mean to start a character/shipping war. Keeping on topic, I think Good to the Bone may give Eve (the not Juliette character) some emotion and make her a bit more compassionate and relatable.
Totally! This new character is just plain odd and her lack of emotion is really creepy to be honest. I hope we see more of her powers and abilities and the Grimm gang interacting more positively with her.