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‘Grimm’ Spinoff in the Works at NBC

NBC is going back to its Grimm past: The network is developing a spinoff of the series, which ran for six seasons. The new project, from writer Melissa Glenn (Zoo, Leverage) and Grimm producers Universal TV and Hazy Mills, would be a continuation of Grimm's world. Building on the mythology of the original series, the spinoff […]

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