Portland homicide detective Nick Burkhardt is back- but not exactly himself- as Grimm returns for another 22 hair-raising episodes. With his abilities manifesting in new and unusual ways, Nick is stronger than ever with his partner, Hank, and reunited love, Juliette, by his side as he tracks down Wesen criminals with renewed determination. But things are changing all around him. As Captain Renard embroils himself with the birth of a Royalchild and Monroe and Rosalee's relationship intensifies, the ties between humans and the Wesen world will become even more irrevocably intertwined.
Experience all the spine-tingling chills, sinister surprises and fabled creatures back-to-back and uninterrupted in Grimm: Season Three.
A jackal-like Wesen revered in Ancient Egypt as the God of the Dead. Some are also members of the "Beati Paoli," a Sicilian vendetta society made up of different Wesen dedicated to the protection of Wesen culture.
Originally of Philippine descent, an Aswang is a horrifying creature with sickly dark scales, lanky limbs, and a long, black tongue used to devour unborn fetuses for prolonged life. They are also known as "tik-tiks," for the ticking sound they make with their tongues.
A terrifying vigilante-type Wesen with yellow eyes, razor sharp teeth, and huge claws. With a huge ear that can hear cries for help, it travels from neighborhood to neighborhood, keeping people safe from evil.
One of the oldest known Wesen, they served in the Praetorian Guard during Caligula's reign and were hired to protect the newly built aqueducts. In order to fend off their attacks, Grimms customized vambraces (forearm guards) to include a blade at their end, and this defense is still regarded as the most effective against them
An incredibly rare occurrence in the Wesen community. Some think they're Wesen spirits that invaded children, others believe they're mutations. But everyone knows they're very dangerous. It is now known that a unicellular eukaryotic organism identified as Daemoni adspicio is really what creates a Grausen.
A vicious brute of a Wesen - part dragon, part hell-hound. Big eyes, brutish, and Neanderthal-esque, they have an ancient lineage that dates all the way back to the Egyptians. Too stupid to know what to be afraid of, they used to be entombed with their pharaohs, thinking it was a promotion.
A Russian-based healer Wesen, they wear monks' robes and appear to have bile-green eyes and transparent, glowing green hands when woged. Their healing powers make them very difficult to kill, and their touch can both heal and kill. As Nick learned, Rasputin was a Koschie.
Krampus is a hideous Wesen in a Santa outfit that exhibits a terrifying brand of "scared straight" justice. He uses a large sack to collect naughty children every year around Christmastime. Krampus exists for a few weeks before de-morphing into a typical human who can't remember or control what he does when morphed.
A Löwen-headed Wesen with rows of shark-like teeth that uses a spiked tail-like appendage to inject its victims with scorpion poison. With skin as red as cinnabar, they are known as some of the most lethal soldiers in history, for they have no fear of death.
Mermaid-like Wesen with gill slits in their necks, webbed hands, and webbed feet. Beautiful and enchanted, they are often associated with people who've gone missing at sea. Their sweat glands are unable to produce the oil that seals moisture in skin. As a result, they can only survive out of water for a limited time.
A wolf warrior Wesen, greyish in color, with big black eyes and cold black lips that cover yellow glistening teeth. These Wesen were known to go into a rage on the battlefield, scalping their defeated enemies. They sew these trophies of war into cloaks of hair, supposedly giving them the power of the warriors they've defeated.
Tribal jaguar-like creatures known to be very hesitant about revealing their true natures, to anyone. There is a street gang in Portland, known as the "Northside Cru," which is comprised entirely of Yaguaratés.