Portland, November 10th, 2015. Actor David Giuntoli (Grimm’s Nick Burkhardt) carved into the 100th eposide cake surrounded by cast members and state leaders. Governor Kate Brown was on hand to celebrate the 100th episode of Grimm and the $250 million of direct spending and hundreds of jobs the production contributes to Oregon. On had were cast members Bree Turner, Reggie Lee, Claire Coffee, Silas Weir Mitchell, David Giuntoli, Bitsie Tulloch, Sasha Roiz, Russell Hornsby. (Photo Credit, Scott Green/NBC)

Govoner Kate Brown told the crowd, "Thanks to shows like this, film and media production in the state has increased 75% in the last two years."

Govoner Kate Brown told the crowd, “Thanks to shows like this, film and media production in the state has increased 75% in the last two years.”

In its fifth season Grimm hit a huge milestone when it filmed its 100th episode, a major coup for any TV show. The 100th episode of the NBC will air in March of 2016. The evening cake-cutting ceremony was attended by NBC Entertainment Chairman Bob Greenblatt who talked about the value of filming in Portland. “The show is distinctive and unique because it’s shot in this city. It doesn’t look like any other show on television, and that’s what makes it special, and we couldn’t be happier to be here,” Greenblatt told the audience assembled in Grimm’s Portland Police Department set. There was time for many cast members to pose with the cake.

 

Bree Turner

Bree Turner plays the role of Rosalee on Grimm.

A homicide detective discovers he is a descendant of hunters who fight supernatural forces.

The Grimm story line is centered on a homicide detective, actor David Giuntoli playing Nick Burkhardt, who discovers he is a descendant of hunters who fight supernatural forces.

The co- creator of the show told the assembled group the following:

“Nobody expects to go to 100. You just don’t know if there will be an audience for what you’re doing. We thought we were doing something that was a lot of fun, and we found an audience that agrees with us, but still, 100 episodes is a long haul. It doesn’t seem like it now because you think it went by so fast, but when you’re in the middle of it you’re going, ‘Oh my God, it’s a monster you just hold on to and hope you don’t get eaten.’ It means a lot to survive this long with the same cast and everybody still likes each other. We all get along, the crew gets along, so we’re just really fortunate because it doesn’t always work out that way. You can get 100 episodes and everybody hates each other and it’s a monster to go to work every day, but it’s not that way on this one.”
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