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Submitted by alycakes 867d ago | interview

'Grimm' Producers Consider What Makes a "Breakout Hit" And The Friday Night Curse

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Jim Kouf and David Greenwalt, executive producers of NBC‘s supernatural drama Grimm, were asked a backhanded question today at the show’s TCA panel: What would it take to make Grimm “a true breakout hit?”

“First of all, I thought it was a true breakout hit,” Greenwalt replied. “By God if we’re not a true breakout hit, we’ll become one soon.” The second part of the question was whether the producers are satisfied with the show’s 9 p.m. Friday time slot since there is a perceived TV industry curse that Friday night shows are doomed to fail. (David Greenwalt, Grimm, Jim Kouf, NBC, TV)

alycakes  +   869d ago
I really like this show a lot and I think the time slot is just fine. It's my number one show on Friday night to watch. I can't wait for it to come back.

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