Interview: Bitsie Tulloch
They say all good things must come to an end and unfortunately for fans of the NBC series Grimm, that is the case.Read more
Recently returning from a month long hiatus, NBC’s fantasy-crime drama Grimm is back for all new episodes on Fridays at 8/7c. It was announced recently by the network that the series would be returning next year for its fifth season.
Things have certainly changed for Nick and the rest of the “Scooby” gang. We now know that Nick’s girlfriend Juliette is a Hexenbiest and a very powerful one. Navigating the waters of the Hexenbiest world is actor Bitsie Tulloch.
NBC has announced it’s renewing dramas “The Blacklist” (season 3), “Chicago Fire” (season 4), “Chicago P.D.” (season 3), “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” (season 17) and “Grimm” (season 5) for the 2015-16 season.
For the 2014-15 season to date, NBC ranks #1 among the Big 4 networks in adults 18-49 and all other key demographics. NBC’s 2.9 average rating for the season in adults 18-49 is the network’s highest through 19 weeks of the season since 2008-09 (3.1).
Actor Arlen Escarpeta is living proof that hard work, dedication and a focused plan go a long way when it comes to navigating the highs and lows of Hollywood. The Belizean actor is carving out an impressive resume of work that sees no end in sight.
On the big screen, he’s had memorable performances in films such as We Are Marshall, Friday the 13th, Final Destination 5 and most recently, Into the Storm. On television, he’s appeared on series such as Extant, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, ER and The Client List. Arlen received critical praise for his portrayal as Sam Walker in the coming of age 1960s short lived series American Dreams.
We sit down with the actor to talk about his upcoming appearance on the hit NBC series Grimm, his portrayal of controversial singer Bobby Brown in the upcoming Whitney Houston television movie and what his advice would be to up and coming actors.
Grimm is coming to TNT. The top-rated drama network has closed a deal with NBCUniversal Television & New Media Distribution that gives TNT exclusive off-net cable rights to the hit series. TNT plans to begin airing episodes from the first three seasons of Grimm in early 2015, with season four episodes available to join the lineup in fall 2015.
"Grimm puts a fresh spin on the traditional crime procedural with an otherworldly premise and compelling storytelling that appeal to young adults," said Deborah K. Bradley, senior vice president, head of program acquisitions, content strategy and licensing for Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. "Grimm will be a great addition to TNT's lineup as the network continues to expand its reach with high-quality genre programming."
"We are thrilled that TNT will bring Grimm's clever writing and creative storytelling to its audience," said Bruce Casino, executive vice president, NBCUniversal TV & New Media Distribution, "continuing our strong content relationship with Turner Entertainment Networks."
NBC has announced it is renewing dramas “Chicago Fire,” “Chicago P.D.” and “Grimm” for the 2014-15 season. The network previously picked up “The Blacklist” (season 2) “Parks and Recreation” (season 7), “The Voice” (season 7) and “Celebrity Apprentice” (season 14). NBC is winning the season in adults 18-49, and ranked #1 for the first time in 10 years this late in the season. The network is up 20% versus one year ago, with its highest rating 25 weeks into the season in six years.