Netflix announced it will begin streaming the first three episodes of the Grimm TV series, Grimmer, on Wednesday, the first time the channel has offered an original series for streaming.
Netflix’s Grimm series, which focuses on the life of a Grimm family in the fictional North Dakota town of Grimm in North Dakota, was created by series creator Paul Deitch and will debut on Netflix in 2018.
Netflix will air the first episode of the series on Wednesday at 8 p.m.
ET on the channel’s official streaming service.
Netflix previously aired a season of the show on the cable channel Bravo in 2018, but has not yet aired the second season.
The Grimm show follows Grimm (Nathaniel Egan) and his family on a grimm vacation from their home on the shores of Lake Baikal in Alaska.
The Grimm are forced to take shelter at the Grimmer estate, where they must survive and survive to find their family again.
The series is set to premiere this fall on Netflix.
The channel has a catalog of original series that include a series of “Bored with My Mom” and a “The Girl on the Train” series that premiered in 2018 and was renewed for a second season in 2018 with a second half of the second half expected to be released later this year.