Guess The Ratings: 'Grimm' Season 2 Premiere

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August 13th, 2012

Update: Grimm averaged a 2.0 adults 18-49 rating, just shy of its high set in its season one debut.

Grimm returns for its second season tonight and a special Monday late-summer run.  On the heels of the Summer Olympics (and its lead-in, Stars Earn Stripes) how will it do?  Grimm drew a series high 2.1 live+SD adults 18-49 rating in its first season premiere on Friday, October 28 last year. It also snared its series high in viewers (6.56 million) in its season 1 premiere. Feel free to explain your prediction in the comments!

 
  • matt

    I’m going to say 2.1-2.5 range. I don’t think “Stars Earn Stripes” will do much for a lead-in, but I don’t think it has to

  • jane

    I love grimm and the characters but not so much Juia she’s very boring and needs to be kept in the coma. In fact, she doesn’t even look real she looks more like a bit character in ParaNorman. Nick needs a new and exciting girlfriend to keep up with the high paced show. Love Renard total evil and fits right in to the storyline.

  • jane

    Oops Juliette that’s who needs to go, go go….on Grimm.

  • Ellen in NYC

    I’ve been to the movies several times in the last few weeks and I’ve seen a commercial for Grimm each time before the trailers.

  • AppleStinx

    I trust the audience, > 2.1, a new high. Final answer.

  • Mark

    Stars Earn Stripes – 1.9
    Grimm – 2.2

  • SarahL

    I love Grimm, but it is a niche show. If NBC is lucky, it gets 1.8.

  • John A

    Maskedschuedlar making fun of NBC ratings must mean Grimm didnt do well.

  • rob60990

    The very early ratings are pretty bad. Guess people went back to not watching NBC.

  • Marty

    I don’t want to guess. I am afraid i’ll somehow jinx it.

  • Marty

    @.Jane, its Juliette, and actually i like her more and more. She provides an important element. She keeps Nick from being one of the typical discontented, angry at life heroes that there are way too many of already. i want Nick to continue to be a nice, pleasant guy. Not another Dirty Harry asswipe. Besides, Juliette is a part of the winning formula. Why shouldt hey change anything that big? Of course that doesn’t mean that i think she should have a lot of screen time. She just needs to be there being smart and slowly figuring things out and giving some support. But not a lot.

  • pfoto

    I like the characters and I look forward each to watching Grimm, it’s a nice change from all the other cop shows. It was a bit slow at first but I think Grimm will have longevity regardless it’s ratings. It will be a bit of a tough battle fighting for prime time but on a average TV time slot, Grimm should be home free. I say Grimm should have no problems hitting in the 2′s.

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