'Grimm' Season 5 Resumes With All- New Episode 5 Entitled 'The Rat King' December 4th; Bitsie Tulloch's Juliette to Return Soon?

By Staff Writer

Nov 30, 2015 08:08 AM EST

The all-new fifth episode for "Grimm" Season 5 has been moved to air this week for the series' after a one week Thanksgiving hiatus and is slated to be aired December 4th.. Meanwhile, fans can look forward to seeing again Nick's love interest, Juliette, to rise from the dead as suggested by reports online. She was claimed to have been spotted in the 100th episode celebration of the series. 

Speculations have been rife online that Bitsie Tulloch who plays Juliette will officially return in "Grimm" Season 5. Rumor has it that Tulloch is set to return in the show. According to Blastr, the actress was seen joining the celebration of the series for its 100th episode. The 5th season premiered with Tulloch's character, Juliette. Since then, the -34-year-old American actress started appearing in the form of flashbacks.

In addition, the show didn't go on air its episode 5 last November 27 for a Thanksgiving break, according to IB Times, "Grimm" Season 5 is still on its one week Thanksgiving hiatus and is set to return with its new episode on Friday, December 4, 2015.

As for the official synopsis for Grimm Season 5 fifth episode, Carter Matt notes "Nick (David Giuntoli) and Hank (Russell Hornsby) are called to the scene when 3 Wesen go out on a hunt at a local dump and get more than they bargained for when 2 turn up dead after they encounter the mythical Rat King. Meanwhile, a very badly wounded Trubel (guest star Jacqueline Toboni) is taken to the hospital and Nick finally meets Meisner (guest star Damien Puckler)."

"Grimm" Season 5 Episode 5 is entitled as "The Rat King". The upcoming episode is set to air in December 4, 2015 at 9:00 p.m. exclusively on NBC. "Grimm" is an American police procedural fantasy TV drama series created by Stephen Carpenter, David Greenwalt, and Jim Kouf.

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