After six years playing several characters on NBC’s supernatural drama “Grimm,” Bitsie Tulloch is grateful for the long run as the show enters the last half of its final season.
“123 episodes is so rare these days, and we wouldn’t have been able to be on air for six years if you guys hadn’t been so supportive and so loyal,” the actress told TheWrap’s Stuart Brazell in a new on-camera interview.
Tulloch, who portrayed a veterinarian named Juliette Silverton in earlier seasons (and now plays the witch-like Hexenbiest called
“I’m going to miss the crew and the cast. The nice thing about being on location is getting to know these people so well,” Tulloch said. “Six years is a long time.”
Tulloch gushed over the final season. Last week’s episode played on Shakespeare’s “Midsummer’s Night Dream,” a realm that had never been explored before on the series.
The 11th episode, airing on March 24, was Tulloch’s favorite of the final season. “There are these Neanderthal people,” Tulloch teased. “The sets were incredible, and for my character’s journey, a lot happens for
In the final episodes of the series, she promised the show will continue to cater to its loyal audience looking for a dark, mystical twist on the cop drama genre.
“Grimm” airs at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.
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