‘Grimm’ Season 5 Spoilers: Sasha Roiz Reveals Things Are Turning Darker This Season

By April Lara | 1 year ago
‘Grimm’ Season 5 Spoilers: Sasha Roiz Reveals Things Are Turning Darker This Season

Grimm” Season 5 is almost here but before it starts, I have some spoilers to share with you.

The San Diego Comic-Con Panel 2015 gave way to plenty of TV and movie spoilers and one of them is “Grimm.” Cast member Sasha Roiz, who plays Sean Renard, said that Season 5 of the show will be a lot darker.


“I think that there’s a lot of that return to season one. A lot of the darkness of it, the eeriness, that underbelly of Wesen – that danger that is looming everywhere. I think we’re going back to that,” Roiz said.

According to Vine Report, Roiz also revealed some stuff about his character on “Grimm” Season 5.

“It’s going to some of that sort of political intrigue of Renard where he’s trying to control things, he’s trying to set himself up. There’s this whole underbelly of Wesen creeping up and he’s going to try to definitely gain a hand on. Everyone’s turning a little darker. Nick’s turning darker. We’ve lost Juliette. It’s going to affect everybody, I think, in a very interesting way,” Roiz teased.

To refresh your memory, Trubel Rubel killed Juliette. David Giuntoli,who plays Nick Burkhardt in “Grimm,” said that despite the changes that are going to happen this season, he will still go on with Adalind Schade. Also, it will be his son who will keep him going. A lot of fans thinks that Guintoli’s character  will suddenly change because of everything that happened. However, Reggie Lee, who plays Sergeant Drew Wu, said that his character will be there for Nick through it all. Lee’s character will make sure that he doesn’t lose his way through recovery from everything that happened.

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