The upcoming estate sale on March 11 gives fans a chance to hold on to their memories long after Grimm season 6 goes off the air.
The Portland-based crime fantasy show will reportedly hold an estate sale to sell off various props and equipment from its six-year run. According to Oregon Live, the Grimm estate sale will only announce the location on Friday March 10 after 7:00 p.m.
Doors open to the Grimm estate sale at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday. It starts an hour later at 10 on weekdays and closes at 4:00 p.m.
Everything Must Go in Grimm Estate Sale
The likely location of the Grimm estate sale could be within the 97210 zip code. Nonetheless, the initial description of a 40,000 square foot warehouse proves it will be one massive event. Hence, it appears everything from Grimm season 6 and before will be up for grabs. Indeed, the listing of sale dates lasts up to March 19.
The inventory listed at Estate Sales.Net feature some recognizable items from Grimm season 6 as well as from the previous years. Kristi Turnquist noted the sign for Stillman Square comes from episode 5 titled The Seven Year Itch. In addition, the Lucha PDX sign comes from season 5 episode 13 titled Silence of the Slams.
“vintage furniture, antique furniture, mid-century modern furniture, clothes, costumes, household goods (new and vintage), doors, architectural items, signs, rugs, industrial lighting, lamps, books, smalls, primitives, collectibles, Christmas stuff (vintage and new), home furnishings, building materials, props, Halloween stuff, bicycles, hardware, kitchenware, chairs, apothecary, artwork, banners, restaurant ware, office supplies, costumes, tools, pallet shelving, retail store display stuff, frames, home decor, dining tables, benches, sfx items, linen, drapes, sports equipment, camping stuff, advertising, and so much more…”
Chances are the costumes, Halloween stuff, apothecary, and SFX items could be among the fast moving items on the list.
Grimm Season 6 The Final Season
Launched in 2011, NBC announced Grimm season 6 would be the last for its Friday night staple back in August 2016. Ratings from its fifth season averaged less than 6 million viewers. This is far from its third season average of about 8 million viewers.
Nonetheless, its final chapter will apparently give fans what they want to see, which is Nick (David Giuntoli) versus Capt. Renard (Sasha Roiz), according to Variety. Nick’s former Captain is now the Mayor-elect of Portland. Yet he appears to be a threat to the city and to Nick’s loved ones. Hence, their imminent face-off.
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