Germany: Catch David on Grimm tonight

Heads up, German Grimmsters! Don’t forget to catch David on Grimm tonight on Vox from 8.15pm. Here are brief summaries of tonight’s episodes, “Cry Luison“,Highway of Tears and “The Grimm Who Stole Christmas“:

Cry Luison: Nick and Hank are called to the scene of a crime where the suspect swears she was driven to madness by a very persistent talking wolf. Meanwhile, Nick and Juliette wonder if getting his Grimm powers back is worth giving up a normal life.Elsewhere, Bud hopes Trubel can help take care of a wesen-related issue and the threats against Monroe and Rosalee’s inter-wesen marriage heat up. In Austria, Adalind continues her perilous trek in the hopes of retrieving her daughter.

Highway of Tears: The justification for Nick to become a Grimm again is made much clearer in the wake of the most recent attack against Monroe and Rosalee. At work, Nick and Hank are called to a stretch of highway that acts as a staging area for a horrifying Wesen ritual. In Vienna, Viktor meets with a completely broken Adalind, now ready to be of assistance in finding and retrieving the baby. Meanwhile, Trubel is surprised by the sudden arrival of an old friend.

The Grimm Who Stole Christmas: Nick and Hank are called to investigate a bizarre string of home invasions that lead to an even stranger Wesen phenomena. Monroe has a very special Christmas surprise in store for Rosalee. Meanwhile, Trubel comes to a life changing realization that will affect everyone.

Don’t forget to head on over to our forum afterwards to chat about tonight’s episodes.

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