'Grimm' Season 6 SPoilers, Renewal: Season 7 Confirmed? Netflix to Pick up Series? David Giuntoli to Direct More Episodes

By Mardielyn , Updated Dec 02, 2016 09:46 PM EST

Grimm Season 6 is NBC's final season for the detective procedural drama series. After airing for almost 5 years, the showrunners are ready to say goodbye. However, David Giuntoli and the cast along with the Grimmsters are still hoping that maybe there is more than six parts set to be released in the near future.

Last August, NBC officially announced "Grimm" Season 6 is the final run for Jim Kouf and David Greenwalt's series. But fans did not take it as the network's final decision as they started to appeal that there are still other story arcs that are still waiting to get noticed. In particular, there is Rosalie and Monroe's story as well as Trubel's character. They have been on the show for so long but the showrunners have only given the viewers a glimpse of their story.

According to Mobile and Apps, there are Grimmsters who are convinced that if NBC will not renew the show for another season or seasons, might as well call the attention of Netflix or Freeform. These two networks have been granting the wishes of fans, though not always but Grimmsters think that they are the only hope for Season 7 and 8.

In David Giuntoli's interview, he expressed his desire to see more season for his longtime running detective procedural drama series. He even opened the possibility that after "Grimm" Season 6, there might be one or two seasons to come. This revelation from the lead actor of the series triggers more the devotion of the fans to push NBC and another network to pick up "Grimm".

David Giuntoli's Directorial Career

In GameNGuide previous report, Grimmsters and David Giuntoli's fans are hoping to see more of the actor's directorial skill. The 36-year-old American actor started to embark the work behind the scenes in "Grimm" Season 6, as news claim that he had his directorial debut in his own show.

If "Grimm" Season 6 is not the series' final installment, then there might be a high possibility that Grimmsters will see more of David Giuntoli's work as the actor expressed that hopefully, he could direct more episodes of "Grimm" in the near future.

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