Grimm episodes left, it sure doesn’t seem likely that Season 4 of the fairy tale franchise will come to a happy ending.In fact, the damsel/demon in distress herself, Bitsie Tulloch (Juliette), told us as much in an exclusive phone interview from the Oregon set." data-reactid="28"With a new prone-to-punching prince in Portland, a possible Grimm-hexenbiest baby on the way, Captain Mc Chesty suffering debilitating hallucinations, Juliette and Nick living apart on account of her going full witchy Wesen, and only five more Grimm episodes left, it sure doesn’t seem likely that Season 4 of the fairy tale franchise will come to a happy ending.Bitsie Tulloch (age 36) is a beautiful actress with a very classy personality and charming looks.She started her career doing minor roles in televisions and shows.Season 2 was fun playing up the amnesia and the love triangle with Captain Renard.For Season 3, Nick had let her in on everything and she became part of the Scooby squad.
However, They have not revealed the exact date of their wedding.This developed even as Bitsie Tulloch once expressed that she could play Juliette Silverton for many years.Spoiler alert: This feature contains “Grimm” Season 4 spoilers. UPDATE: ‘Grimm’ Season 5, Episode 21 Spoilers: Eve avoids Juliette, Hank dies in fan speculations (Review, Updated) Kouf told TVLine that Juliette is dead.In an effort to clarify whether this only means the old human Juliette is gone, the publication asked if Bitsie Tulloch would be around in “Grimm” Season 5. In an interview with Zap2It in December, when Tulloch may have already filmed her first Hexenbiest transformation scene, the actress spoke about staying in “Grimm” for the long haul.The interview was about her off-screen romance with David Giuntoli, who plays Nick Burkhardt in “Grimm.” "It's pretty public now that I'm dating David, so that's kind of out of the bag," Tulloch told Zap2It.