‘Grimm’ Season 6 Finale Promises Satisfying Conclusion for Adalind-Nick-Juliette Love Triangle

By Tanya Diente | Feb 17, 2017 09:17 AM EST
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The "Grimm" Season 6 Finale will address fans' concerns over Nick and Adalind's relationship, given Juliette's return. Claire Coffee and Bitsie Tulloch hinted at a happy conclusion for the Adalind-Nick-Juliette love triangle.

Coffee (Adalind) assured that the "Grimm" Season 6 finale will give a satisfying resolution for the Adalind-Nick-Juliette love triangle. She said that Nadalind shippers will be happy to see that it gets resolved in a "really cool way."

Meanwhile, Tulloch (Juliette) hinted a happy resolution for Juliette in the "Grimm" Season 6 Finale. Talking about the Adalind-Nick-Juliette love triangle, she hinted that her character chooses to move on instead. Tulloch teased that Juliette decides not to interfere with Nick and Adalind's happy family and to focus instead on making amends.

"I really hope that the fans are going to love the finale because the one thing I said is I wanted her to make amends for the pain that she had caused people, and there is definitely resolution on that front," Tulloch told IGN. Likewise, showrunner Jim Kouf hinted that there is no more Adalind-Nick-Juliette love story going into the "Grimm" Season 6 Finale. As the story progresses, fans will notice that Nick (David Giuntoli) only feels "deep friendship" with Juliette. His love has gone towards Adalind and their son, Kelly.

Regardless, Giuntoli said that Juliette's return in "Grimm" Season 6 emotionally bothers Nick. He is torn and confused, especially after Juliette makes amends with him. Giuntoli called Juliette's return as a "very difficult emotional thing for Nick to go through."

It remains unclear how the "Grimm" Season 6 Finale will resolve the Adalind-Nick-Juliette love triangle. Guintoli teased that it might have to end with Nick's decision to leave his family. The actor hinted that Nick might live out the rest of his Grimm life alone in order to protect his loved ones. "From the very beginning he's been warned from people -- from his aunt to his mother -- you can't have these relationships. They have to go," Giuntoli told TV Guide.


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