‘Grimm’ Season 5 Spoilers: Nick And Adalind’s New Arrival And More Teased

Regina Avalos

Grimm fans have to wait until the end of October for the return of the series, but there are more teasers now available to help make the wait a little bit easier.

Warning: There are potential spoilers ahead.

Nick Burkhardt had a lot tossed onto his plate at the end of Season 4. He fought and watched Juliette die after discovering the Royals killed his mother. On top of that, Adalind is carrying his child.

When the series returns to NBC on October 30, the show will not hold back. Grimm will return with the arrival of Nick and Adalind's child, according to TV Insider. The first photo teaser for the NBC series shows Nick by Adalind's side in the hospital.

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Jim Kouf, an executive producer on the series, revealed more about the big premiere episode.

"Nick makes it to the hospital just in time as Adalind is in labor with their child. As if Nick and Adalind's relationship wasn't tumultuous enough, the new baby has complications during birth that threaten Adalind's life."

In addition to the new arrival, the series will have more drama in-store. Movie Pilot shared even more spoilers for Grimm Season 5.

One of those spoilers has to deal with Rosalee, played by Bree Turner. Her previous addiction issues have been mentioned on the series, and she will have a relapse. This relapse will cause problems for her and Monroe.

Fans will also see more of Sergeant Wu. He learned about Wesen culture last season, and he is now a part of the team. Reggie Lee teased that Wu would bring "some smarts to the team and some technical skills." Fans will also see him out of uniform more.

Wu definitely adds something new to the mix. He does not completely believe in everything tossed his way by Nick and the others.

Bree Turner spoke about Wu's skepticism in a recent interview, according to Latin Post.

"It doesn't mean that Wu is going to be all in every time. He's very skeptical, very angry about his experiences and the way he's kept in the dark. And I think that is something that would be interesting for Reggie's character. It doesn't mean Wu's A-Okay with this whole thing."

With Juliette's death and the murder of Nick's mother, Grimm will feel like an entirely new series, according to Lee. Grimm will return to basics for Season 5, and it will have more of a Season 1 feel.

Fans still have a couple of months to wait, but it does sound like there are some big things in store for Grimm Season 5.

What do you think? Are you excited to see what happens next to Nick?

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