Dazed And Confused: NBC Releases First Clip Of Nick And Renard From ‘Grimm’s’ Final Season

Posted Friday, December 30th, 2016 07:00 pm GMT -4 by

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Continuing to build hype for the final season of cult favorite series ‘Grimm,’ NBC has released the first clip from the season 6 premiere, which has Nick and Renard moments after the season 5 ending, with the two men standing in the loft in the aftermath of the bloodbath, right after Renard saved Nick from Bonaparte. Both are confused, Nick by how he seemed to have been dead and is now alive again and Renard by why exactly he ran a sword through Bonaparte to save Nick (neither knowing that Renard’s daughter Diana was controlling him via her doll). The scene is tense and will most likely be among the few quiet moments between the two men this season if the official synopsis is correct, and Renard’s hasty exit does not bode well for Nick, as the Captain is most likely going to clear his head and then start the manhunt for Nick that the synopsis speaks of, setting in motion the main plot for the season.

Check out the full clip for yourself below as well as the synopsis, and then share your thoughts on where ‘Grimm’ is going this season in the comments below!

And here’s the full synopsis for the 13 episode final season of ‘Grimm’ which will premiere on January 6th on NBC:

CAPT. RENARD ORDERS A SHOOT-TO-KILL MANHUNT ON NICK BURKHARDT – Following the massacre in Nick’s (David Giuntoli) loft, Capt. Renard (Sasha Roiz) is hellbent on eliminating him once and for all. Hank (Russell Hornsby) and Wu (Reggie Lee) head back to the precinct to keep an eye on the Captain and help give the gang the upper hand.

Meanwhile, Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) and Rosalee (Bree Turner) grapple with staying in Portland now that their family will be expanding. Elsewhere, Eve (Bitsie Tulloch) suffers the side effects of the mysterious stick’s healing power.

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