I really enjoy. I like that there are multiple story lines going on
during the season. But if you miss one episode, you aren't missing too
much that you can't catch up.
I really enjoy the character of
Nick and his experience of finding out he is a Grimm and what he does
with this knowledge. I also really like Monroe and Rosalie. The only
characters that I don't really like are Adelaide and Nick's Fiance.
They both seem pretty stale to me and I can't get into them.
like the whole idea that there are "monsters" among us and that some are
just like everyone else and then there are some that use their powers
for evil. The concept is fun and not too "out there". I will continue
to watch this show.
For the most part, the show is decent. There are some exceptionally good things: the character of Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) is fantastically acted and hilarious. The relationship that develops between Monroe, a wolf-like creature known as a Blutbad, and Rosalee, a fox-like shop attendant, is charming and well-executed. David Guintoli is also quite good as the main character, Nick.
However, there are definitely some bad things. First of all, Nick's girlfriend, Juliette, is annoying and Mary-Sueish on occasion after occasion. Secondly, there are many details that strain even my suspension of disbelief. Why is it that Nick and his partner Hank are the only detectives ever called out on a case? Why do they constantly pull things like going into the dark creepy house without calling for backup? It gets annoying after awhile--I found myself shouting "CALL FOR BACKUP FIRST!" at the screen several times throughout the course of the show.
Overall, a decent show, but nothing that will stick with you forever.
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