Grimm is back, and delves even deeper into the unseen evils around us in all 22 “addictively entertaining” (Kristi Turnquist, The Oregonian) Season Two episodes. Now fully embracing his identity as a Grimm, Portland homicide detective Nick Burkhardt tackles even more gruesome and bizarre crimes linked to creatures of lore. With the help of his partner Hank and Wesen confidants Monroe and Rosalee, Nick must face an ancient royal bloodline linked to the mysterious Captain Renard, all while fighting to keep from losing the love of his life forever. Watch every chilling and evocative episode back-to-back and uninterrupted of the hit series critics say is “impossible not to love.” (Mary McNamara, Los Angeles Times)
Grimm: Myths, Monsters & Legends - Learn about the ever-expanding mythology of Grimm as producers and cast discuss the richness of the show's storylines, covering this season's terrifying Wesen, the Seven Royal Families, and the mysteries of Aunt Marie's trailer
Grimm: Creatures and Chaos - Watch as the creatures of Grimm morph and wreak havoc on anyone – or anything – in their path
"Bad Hair Day" Webisodes: A fellow Wesen visits Rosalee's spice shop looking for a hair-loss cure in this 4-part series
Monroe's Best Moments: Revisit the quips and quibbles that makes Monroe our favorite Wesen
(Blu-ray Only) Grimm Guide: An interactive book that provides insight into the various creatures featured in the show
(Blu-ray Only) Extended Episode - Featuring never-before-seen footage of the episode "Over My Dead Body"
Coyote creatures, known for being mean, nasty bullies. Considered the street gangs of the Wesen world. They have a very strong pack mentality, and don't take kindly to anyone straying from them. Coyotles use a "fertility matrix" to help with breeding, and must perform the ceremony under a full moon.
Archer-fish/puffer-fish Wesen (spitter fish) with sharp spikes that pop out as it "puffs up." With big eyes and a wide mouth, they always seem to be smiling. They spit a gooey green liquid that can induce a death-like trance in its victims without actually killing them.
A rare, tortoise-like Wesen known for being shy and reclusive. Originally documented in the nineteenth century during a voyage with Darwin to the Galapagos Islands, they were seen to be completely unafraid having never seen a Grimm before. They were also found to be intelligent, compassionate, and thoroughly nonviolent.
A humanoid reptilian creature with glowing skin, this uniquely ancient Wesen species have roots that go all the way back to Africa. The gestating female is known to consume cow ovaries during pregnancy. They are believed to have been hunted into extinction for their skin's unique luminescent quality.
A hideous, fly-like creature that feeds off its victim's tears. It causes blindness using microscopic sand-like parasites that burrow into and eventually destroy their host's eyeballs. It will revisit victims, targeting family members whose tears are readily accessible.
A terrifying sabre-tooth tiger-like Wesen that is smart, swift, and deadly as hell. There aren't many left in the world, but based on the Grimm ancestry they are vicious killing machines, with any single one having the ability to wipe out an entire village.
An elfin-like muse Wesen with large, completely blue eyes. They unlock creative doors to those they get close to. The kiss of the Musai secretes a psychotropic substance and is known to be as euphoric and addictive as any narcotic known to man. Once begun, the relationship always ends in madness, destruction, and death.
A sheep-like creature who usually exists as one of a flock. A group of them are referred to as Seelenguter. Like Mellifers, they like to stay close together, and typically aren't the violent types unless their flock is threatened.
A minotaur-like Wesen (head of a bull, body of a man) famous for stubbornness and courage in the face of adversity. Highly respected on the battlefield, they are often found on the front lines willing to face down any enemy, with nerves of steel under fire.
Appears the way most would envision the Devil - red face, red body, glowing yellow eyes. Volcanalis have often been mistaken for the ancient serpent Satanas, however unlike Satanas they live within volcanoes, frequently appearing prior to violent eruptions.
Terrifying mythical beasts with needle-like fangs and razor-sharp talons. They are known to dig pits to bury human remains under houses or in basements. Famous cannibals like Jeffrey Dahmer are believed to have in fact been Wendigos.