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Photo Flash: First Look - GRIMM's 'Natural Born Wesen,' Airing 3/15

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On GRIMM's upcoming episode, titled "Natural Born Wesen," The Wesen code of honor comes into question when Nick (David Giuntoli), Hank (Russell Hornsby) and Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) discover a series of bank robberies with Wesen using true natures as their disguises. Meanwhile, Juliette (Bitsie Tulloch) finds herself tormented by faint, slowly returning memories that cause her to question her mental state. Sasha Roiz, Reggie Lee, Bree Turner and Claire Coffee also star. "Natural Born Wesen" airs March 15 at 9 p.m. on NBC.

Check out a first look below!


Photos by: Scott Green/NBC

Photo Flash: First Look - GRIMM's 'Natural Born Wesen,' Airing 3/15

Photo Flash: First Look - GRIMM's 'Natural Born Wesen,' Airing 3/15
Russell Hornsby, David Giuntoli

Photo Flash: First Look - GRIMM's 'Natural Born Wesen,' Airing 3/15
David Giuntoli

Photo Flash: First Look - GRIMM's 'Natural Born Wesen,' Airing 3/15
Russell Hornsby

Photo Flash: First Look - GRIMM's 'Natural Born Wesen,' Airing 3/15
Silas Weir Mitchell

Photo Flash: First Look - GRIMM's 'Natural Born Wesen,' Airing 3/15
David Giuntoli

Photo Flash: First Look - GRIMM's 'Natural Born Wesen,' Airing 3/15
Sasha Roiz

Photo Flash: First Look - GRIMM's 'Natural Born Wesen,' Airing 3/15
Sasha Roiz, David Giuntoli

Photo Flash: First Look - GRIMM's 'Natural Born Wesen,' Airing 3/15


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