Bud the Eisbiber races to the shop to deliver the fantastic results for his “friend.” Bud looks hysterically funny and the web series looks like a success. One more episode to go so let’s see what the big finale will be.
Nicholas Peet, a writer’s assistant on "Grimm," penned and helmed the drama’s webisodes that center on fan fave character Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) in the spice shop and of course also include his sweetheart, Rosalee (Bree Turner).
"Grimm" returns to NBC on March 8th.
Synopsis: A homicide detective discovers he is a descendant of hunters who fight supernatural forces.
Directors: Holly Dale, Eric Laneuville, Steven DePaul, Omar Madha, Clark Mathis, Darnell Martin, Tawnia McKiernan, Terrence O'Hara, David Straiton, Paul A. Kaufman, Hanelle M. Culpepper, Karen Gaviola, Michael W. Watkins, Aaron Lipstadt, David Solomon, Peter Werner, John Behring, Norberto Barba, Rob Bailey
Genres: Horror, Drama, Fantasy, Mystery
Producers: David Greenwalt, Jim Kouf, Dan E. Fesman, Julie Herlocker, Sean Hayes, Todd Milliner, Steve Oster, Norberto Barba, Alan DiFiore, Lynn Kouf, Bruce Carter, Jessica Badenoch, Richard Hatem, Helen Pai, Michael Duggan, Rob Wright, Bettina Zachariah, Sarah Goldfinger, Cameron Litvack, Naren Shankar, Thania St. John, David Simkins, Thomas Christian Eichtinger, Jose Molina, Christine Günther
Musicians: Richard Marvin
Editors: Chris G. Willingham, George Pilkinton, Ray Daniels III, Casey O. Rohrs, Jacque Elaine Toberen, Scott Boyd, Lance Stubblefield
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