Grimm: Season 3 (2013 - 2014)


Season 3

Critics Consensus

Carried by its charismatic cast, Grimm's third season remains an entertaining addition to the genre.



Critic Ratings: 10


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User Ratings: 343

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Air date: Oct 25, 2013
Air date: Nov 1, 2013
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Air date: Nov 15, 2013
Air date: Nov 29, 2013
Air date: Dec 6, 2013
Air date: Dec 13, 2013
Air date: Dec 13, 2013
Air date: Jan 3, 2014
Air date: Jan 10, 2014
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In Season 3 of this supernatural drama, Nick (David Giuntoli) deals with some surprising aftereffects of his zombie attack?and the outcome is more positive than he could have anticipated. Meanwhile, he works to rebuild his relationship with Juliette (Bitsie Tulloch), whose newfound knowledge of Nick's world leads to her being increasingly involved in his Grimm work. Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) asks Rosalee (Bree Turner) to marry him, but their impending nuptials raise concerns among their families about the appropriateness of a mixed-Wesen wedding, especially one that has a Grimm as best man. And Adalind (Claire Coffee) continues her fight to regain her powers, but with a baby on the way and an all-out war brewing between her and the royal family, she may have gotten in over her head. Russell Hornsby, Reggie Lee and Sasha Roiz also star.

Critic Reviews for Grimm Season 3

All Critics (10) | Top Critics (3)

I like how the characters interact, and I don't really care about the fate of the world, or a problem that will eventually resolve itself. Maybe I'm weird, but I would happily watch an episode of the cast having dinner and bouncing off each other.

Jun 13, 2018 | Full Review…

"A Dish Best Served Cold" is my favorite Grimm episode this season by far, and probably my favorite since sometime partway through season two as well. It serves as a real reminder of why the show is still so entertaining.

Nov 9, 2013 | Rating: 8/10 | Full Review…

I love James Frain on the show and would like to see more, not less, of him.

Nov 3, 2013 | Full Review…

Finally, there's zombie Nick. In a word: awesome.

Oct 28, 2013 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

Grimm is not a profound show (what is?), but few are more purely entertaining -- engaging, clever, tense, funny, well paced and featuring a remarkably appealing cast as the friends and colleagues who help Nick.

Apr 4, 2018 | Full Review…

As epic as Grimm goes, it remains anchored by Nick's metamorphosis into a new kind of Grimm/cop/man, one that seeks justice rather than retribution and comes to understand the monster that lurks within it all.

Oct 17, 2013 | Full Review…

Grimm has built some disparate, necessary pieces while staying alive over the past two years, to the point where the show has a surprisingly fervent niche fan base and actual anticipation heading into this season.

Oct 28, 2013 | Rating: B- | Full Review…

Those few spare moments of pure violence were cathartic to a Grimm viewer like me... I wanna see Nick throw his weight around.

Oct 26, 2013 | Full Review…

Grimm has become one of my favorite shows and this season started our reminding me why I love it so much. Hold on tight because it looks it's going to be a fun ride this season!

Oct 25, 2013 | Full Review…

Based on the season opener, it's been worth the wait to see Grimm again.

Oct 24, 2013 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Grimm: Season 3

  • Feb 19, 2019
    absolutely love everything about this show
  • Jun 18, 2017
    Man mano che proseguo con le visioni rimango sempre più colpito da questa serie TV. Partita un po' in sordina con la prima serie.. sta pian piano "esplodendo" in maniera estremamente positiva
  • Sep 27, 2015
    Another great season.
  • Nov 24, 2014
    I've always enjoyed this show but this season they really stepped it up a notch. Each strand of the plot was interesting and tightly written and interwoven. Loved Rosalee and Monroe's family issues and the build-up to their wedding. Also happy that Wu finally got in on the action. And Trubel is so cool. Still don't like Juliet, but I suppose you can't have everything.
  • Nov 17, 2014
    *Spoiler Warning* The first few episodes were intriguing with the Nicks sort of "death spells" and the couple of other episodes they served to be useful but was disappointing as they were not resolved or addressed a great deal (hopefully more of that in S4). The whole going to Vienna and royals stuff seemed not all that interesting or attention-grabbing. Adiland's baby stuff made things more interesting along with the few episodes leading to the season finale which was better than expected cliffhanger. However, the main problem I had with this season was the whole repetitive filler-feeling to the majority of the episodes (yeah, the first season did that but Nick's still figuring stuff out so it's acceptable and, the second season, had a bit of this but at least has love potion crap to make it more interesting). It's usually pretty much the same formula and gets sort of annoying: Wesen murder clip, Nick and friends arrive at scene and they're like "Prolly Wesen", then they ask Monroe and Rosalee who spew some German crap, then go to the trailer and hit the books, meet more suspects who are usually Wesen who become scared as soon as they realize Nick is a Grimm and he's all like, "It's okay, I won't hurt you.", soon they meet the perp who's usually an aggressive Wesen who wants to kill Nick after realizing he's a Grimm and is usually killed by Nick or Hank by gunfire, and then 'yay' for Nick getting rid of bad Wesen and making friends with good ones. I'm just kind of tired the same-old same-old really. I do like when they have some who-you-think-did-it-but-didn't-really-do-it stuff in there but some more variety to that formula would be nice. Maybe, some Wessen they've come across before are involved, more evidence-based crime solving, attacks that done by humans or animals thought to be Wesen, not showing so many details in the clips before the intro 'cause it sort of spoils what kind of Wesen it turns out be/spoils some of the mystery behind it, etc. Just some suggestions. The whole attempt to explain strange sightings (bigfoot, aliens, werewolves, witches, zombies, etc.) with Wesen is also a plus. Maybe a Wesen explanation for Easter (rabbits, eggs, fertility), vampires in general, more mythical creatures, Greek, Aztec, Norse, etc. gods that are based on Wesen, historical events involved with Wesen other than WWII, some neat Wesen artifacts perhaps, more famous people who were actually Wesen, etc. would be neat.
  • May 18, 2014
    Os primeiros episódios da primeira temporada não me chamaram muito a atenção....porém depois do 5° fico sensacional e está até agora! Muito bom e que venha a 4° temporada!!
  • Mar 15, 2014
    Can't wait for people 2 start lovin and diggin this show!
  • Jan 27, 2014
    I still LOVE that serie: so entertaining, intriguing and funny. My perfect wanna-be-cozy-on-sofa type to watch.
  • Jan 25, 2014
    Grimm just gets more intriguing and exciting as it goes on. The best fantasy/ fairytale show currently on TV. This season provides more character back-story as the mystery continues. Derek Borcherding Cincinnati OH
  • Dec 07, 2013
    Enjoy it all the more because it is presently on on Friday nights when there are few quality programs to watch.

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