'Grimm' Season 6 Episode 1 Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: Bitsie Tulloch's Eve Reverts Back To Juliette Silverton In 'Fugitive'?

By Belle Smith , Updated Dec 14, 2016 01:23 PM EST
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It's almost time for the final season of "Grimm" to air and it looks like one of the main characters is going back to her roots. Could Bitsie Tulloch's Eve get turned back into Juliette Silverton in "Grimm" Season 6 Episode 1?

There is little doubt that fans are expecting "Fugitive" to focus on the aftermath of the previous season finale, where Nick Burkhardt was "saved" by Sean Renard who was being controlled by his daughter Diana. However, "Grimm" Season 6 Episode 1 might also reveal that the magic stick had a lasting effect on Eve. Will Bitsie Tulloch's character go back to being Juliette Silverton when the final season premieres in January?

Eve Becomes Juliette Silverton In 'Grimm' Season 6 Episode 1? Bitsie Tulloch To Play Nick's Ex In 'Fugitive'?

In the previous season finale, Nick Burkhardt got a glimpse of Juliette Silverton as Eve momentarily reverted back to her old self. Fans believe that there will be more of Juliette in "Grimm" Season 6 Episode 1. After all, the synopsis for the final season's premiere episode teases on what will happen to Bitsie Tulloch's character.

The "Fugitive" synopsis confirms that Sean Renard is planning to go after Nick Burkhardt when the show returns to NBC (via Spoiler TV). In addition to that, "Grimm" Season 6 Episode 1 will reveal that the magic stick may have done more than just heal Eve. It is possible that the magic stick will bring back Juliette Silverton in the final season premiere.

Will Juliette's Return Complicate Things For Nick And Adalind In 'Grimm' Season 6 Episode 1?

The return of Juliette Silverton in "Grimm" Season 6 Episode 1 could be a real gamechanger for Nick Burkhardt, who already has a child with Adalind Schade. Find out if Eve will survive the magic stick's side effects when "Fugitive" airs on NBC on January 6.

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