‘Grimm’ Cancelled After Season 6? Executive Producer Addresses Show’s Possible Series Finale [Spoilers]

By Bernadette Waldorf, Parent Herald May 23, 04:16 am
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"Grimm" Season 6 is rumored to be the series finale, as NBC has trimmed the show's episode order. Executive producers David Greenwalt and James Kouf address some of the fans' burning questions from the Season 5 finale, including the possibility that the upcoming season will be its last on air.

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"Grimm" Season 6 may be the show's last on TV given that the David Giuntoli-led series has not been doing so well in ratings during its latest season. According to Carter Matt, the show received an average of 0.9 rating in the 18-49 demographic.

This average rating from "Grimm" Season 5 is said to be 20 percent lower than that of Season 4. This may have prompted NBC's decision to reduce the episode order for the upcoming season.

The publication notes that "Grimm" Season 6 will only have a total of 13 episodes, which can only be taken as a hint that the network is no longer optimistic about the show's future on air. While such is the case, executive producers David Greenwalt and James Kouf told TVLine that the episode count for Season 6 may still increase depending on its ratings.

"It may or may not be the last season," said Greenwalt. "There are things we don't yet know. We're certainly thinking of arcs for next year, and then [the episode order] will determine how long it takes to do that."

"Grimm" Season 6 spoilers from the producers also hint that there will be no time jump in the premiere and the first episode will pick up right where things left off in the Season 5 finale. The showrunners also shared that Juliette's return will definitely spark some hidden emotions and feelings in the characters.

What do you think? Will "Grimm" Season 6 be its last on TV? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

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