You spent six seasons creating this world, and now many of your fans are reluctant to say goodbye. Do you have more stories in the Grimm universe that you’d like to tell in one form or another?
GREENWALT: That’s always a possibility. You know, there could be a spinoff, but you never know with that kind of thing.
Source and more: EW
Did it feel like you could have kept going for another season if NBC had allowed you to?
Kouf: I’m sure we could have. There’s no doubt about that, although by the end we were tired. We gave it our all for five and a half years and it was nice we were able to end it the way we did.
Greenwalt: We had a big end to every season, and then we’d figure there was no way we could come up with something more. However, myths and legends are a fertile field to explore so I like to think that if we took a couple weeks off, we could go back to it again.
Source and more: THR
DEADLINE: We jump forward 20 years, any potential spinoffs or more Grimm in the future?
KOUF: We just leave all our options open. You just never know.
DEADLINE: What made you want to jump forward in time?
KOUF: It seemed like a very fairytale ending to the show. We really wanted to close the book on it.
GREENWALT: We literally closed the book and we liked the idea of suddenly you’re with Nick at Monroe’s house … and you get this great look on Nick’s face and then you hear this other narrator person who basically says: “What happened in the world that day was either a myth, a legend, or a fairytale and I know it’s true because my father told me.”
Source and more: Deadline
Would you like to see a Grimm spinoff in the future?