‘Grimm’ finds a rhythm (and a ‘Lost’ guest star)

April 20, 2012 | 11:36 a.m.

Here’s an exclusive clip from tonight’s episode of “Grimm,” the NBC fantasy series that premiered right before Halloween and has been a treat as it found that tricky balance between crime-of-the-week procedural and widening mythology (the secrets of the Grimms, the border patrol agents between humanity and fairy-tale beasties).

Tonight, Neil Hopkins, a familiar face from “Lost,” plays a murder suspect who presents a quandary for Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli), the police detective who must decide between the demands of his badge and his secret duties as a Grimm. And here’s something spooky: Over on Fox’s “Fringe,” also at 9 p.m., Henry Ian Cusick, another “Lost” and found actor, is the guest star in a story set in 2036.

– Geoff Boucher

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2 Responses to ‘Grimm’ finds a rhythm (and a ‘Lost’ guest star)

  1. TominTX says:

    The show has been getting better and better as the season goes on. There may be a lot of goofy little glitches and gaffs here and there, but who cares? The characters are getting better at their jobs; Monroe is really great as a full partner in demon fighting – doesn't need his arm twisted each week to participate. The introduction of Rosalee is a welcome addition; Nick's finally gotten physical in a little butt-kicking a demon, rather than just lecturing them to be good. Can't figure out why he doesn't recognize his Captain as a demon? Oh well, a person can't have everyting.

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