The latest updates about "Grimm" Season 6 is that it will be answering all of the fans' questions regarding the TV series. Fans have petitioned for TV executives to not cancel the show, but their plea went unheeded.
According to Fab Newz, "Grimm" Season 6 will premiere its last and final season on January 6, 2017, and the fans will be in for a treat as the show will end the series in a way that they want. The first of which is the confrontation that will happen between Nick Burkhardt (David Guintoli) and Captain Sean Renard (Sasha Roiz).
Nick and Sean will finally face-off each other, giving the fans the climax that they were waiting for and providing them with a consolation for ending the show after six seasons. The latest updates of "Grimm" Season 6 also promises to answer a lot of the unanswered questions left in Season 5.
The lack of suspense and the number of updates about what will happen in "Grimm" Season 6 have indicated that the show will indeed be canceled. Movie News Guide reports that it appears fans petition to NBC and to other TV Network and even to Netflix have all went unheeded.
Several followers of the show have created a petition to Change.org for the show to continue, or to at least have a spinoff. Unfortunately, months have already passed since the cancellation announcement and there is still no update with regards to "Grimm" Season 7, or its spinoff.
A fan in Germany started a petition in September for Netflix to host the show. The petition has already reached 11,209 and only needs 3,791 more to reach the target of 15,000.
Netflix however, has yet to even respond to the petition, which shows the sad reality that there doesn't seem to be any interest from other networks to host the show. Several fans have written a petition to TNT, the network that hosted season 2, to host the show again.
But like in the case of Netflix, TNT didn't respond to the petition. As much as there are a lot of fans who are clamoring for the show to continue, it looks like "Grimm" will be airing its final 13 episodes starting this January.