Grimm season 6 spoilers hint at a couple of unlikely team ups as Eve works with Adalind and Renard seeks out Nick’s help. Yet the Mayor of Portland appears to have an ulterior motive in doing so.
Grimm season 6 spoilers for the upcoming episode Blood Magic reveal Eve’s (Bitsie Tulloch) determination to defeat the creature within the mirror. Her search for answers leads her to form an unlikely alliance with Adalind (Claire Coffee).
At the same time, Grimm season 6 spoilers from the synopsis reveal Nick (David Giuntoli) is about to get a proposal from Renard (Sasha Roiz) in relation to his daughter Diana’s (Hannah R. Loyd) safety.
Grimm Season 6 Spoilers on Adalind and Eve Alliance
Yahoo TV teases Blood Magic is a chance for the ladies of Grimm to have their own monster-hunting fun. Even though it brings together Eve with her former enemy and her ex’s new girlfriend together.
In the sneak peek shared by Spoilers Guide, Eve opens a book with the words Charms & Spells on its cover. As she goes through it, she stumbles on a page titled Blood Magic. She instantly gets flashbacks of her encounters with the mirror.
Eve then makes a call to Adalind. Based on their conversation, it appears the book belonged to Adalind’s mother.
Despite Eve’s enthusiasm at what she finds out about Blood Magic, Adalind warns her it is too dangerous. Moreover, she is not certain if it would work.
Yet according to Grimm season 6 spoilers, Eve’s suggestion of the danger Nick and Diana could be in will prompt Adalind to help her.
Sasha Roiz Hints at Renard’s Possible Ulterior Motive
Yet another unlikely alliance in Grimm season 6 episode 10 happens between Nick and Renard. Despite the hostility between them, Renard is eager to find out the meaning of the symbols since it concerns Diana.
Prior to the start of Grimm season 6, Sasha Roiz talked about the significance of Diana to Renard. At the same time, his character’s possible ulterior motive in securing her safety. Roiz told TV Line:
“As the season progresses, it’s very imperative that he’s there for her, because she becomes the target of something possibly very dangerous. He has to step it up. We’ll say he’s still Renard, so he sees the potential of ‘Maybe I lost all this, but I’ve got this little lady who is quite a powder keg, so possibly I can use that to my advantage.’ And he certainly does manipulate that a little bit. He’s still Renard, come on!”
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