‘Grimm’ Season 6: Show for Cancellation; Fan Starts Online Petition to Extend Show


The NBC series Grimm Season 6 will be airing its last season this coming January 6. A fan who wants to help the show from being cancelled gathered signatures online.

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The fantasy series created by David Greenwalt, Jim Kouf, and Stephen Carpenter will be having 13 episodes for their final season compared to the past five seasons with 22 episodes. According to Variety, Grimm Season 6 will feature the battle between Nick and Capt. Renard.


Nick (David Giuntoli) will find an enemy in the form of Portland elected mayor, Capt. Renard (Sasha Roiz). In addition to this, he needs to protect the city and his loved ones and most importantly, his child with Adalind (Claire Coffee). To bring peace, Nick and his friends will gather all the might they can.

Moreover, Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) and Rosalee (Bree Turner) will be having a hard time bringing a child into a chaotic world. Eve (Bitsie Tulloch), her past self lying around as it waits, deals with identity issues.

In the other news, according to International Business Times, Rebekka Hay, a fan residing in Wales, United Kingdom, thought of a solution on how to save the show from being cancelled. She wrote that many fans do not feel that the series should end after Season 6. She stated that cancelling the show would be a wasted occasion since it promises potential.

She also wrote that fans sensed that this is coming since they noticed the change of its schedule to “infamous Friday night death slot.” She remarked that the network usually does the rescheduling when they want to cut the program because of a poor rating which is happening to Grimm Season 6.

And so, Hay began the online petition, requesting Netflix to take over the show after Season 6. The said petition has now 4,000 for the 5,000 signatures that it requires. Hay started the petition in order for Netflix to see how supportive the Grimm fans are.

On the other hand, another fan wrote on a separate petition that Grimm is the “best show in the universe.”  The other petition, which only needs 200 signatures but only has 63, was made to ask TNT to take over the show after Season 6. It stated that it deserves to have four more seasons.

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