'Grimm' Season 6: Is Juliette Really Back? David Giuntoli On 'Guilt' &' Awakenings' [VIDEO]

Grimm's magic stick doesn't just heal your fatal boo boos. Now it brings back the dead.

It appears Juliette (Bitsie Tulloch) isn't quite as dead as we were lead to be. Somehow this is the second time this season we've penned that sentence - first scuttling the Silverhardt 'ship, now popping back up with a few life preservers. Hadrian's Wall rewrote Juliette like an old VHS, but the magic stick has recovered bits of the original tape under Eve's GI Jane audition.

"There's part of her that was dead, that she had killed, that they had killed. Suddenly it was awakened. And because she's a Hexenbiest, it had a super effect," executive producer David Greenwalt told TV Line. "So we'll have to see what happens with the Eve side of her personality and now having all these feelings, which is going to include a lot of guilt. It'll be complex."

After all, neither Juliette nor Eve is particularly innocent. Memories of Juliette's final actions and Eve's recent transition into terrifying uber hexenbiest will weigh heavy on Nick's (David Giuntoli) mind as he adjusts to this latest curve ball.

"Will she remember? Will she hear about what happened? Or does she know? And what does she feel?" Giuntoli mused. "Look, if people weren't literally storming my place of residence as she came to, [Nick's reaction] would've happened right there. But 50 stuntmen who were hired to die were breaking into my apartment, so what are you gonna do?"

It's clear the Grimm and his Scobby gang will have a lot of choices to make as season 6 begins. Meisner (Damien Puckler) and Bonaparte's (Shaun Toub) deaths have created a leadership vacuum at both Hadrian's Wall and Black Claw, a drastic upheaval that could set both organizations back on their heels. Meanwhile, Adalind (Claire Coffee) will have to deal with her murderous daughter, Nick has his hands full protecting his family, Rosalee's (Bree Turner) pregnant, and we still don't know what exactly the magic stick is. Grimm will certainly have an interesting 13 (or more!) episodes for season 6.

Catch Grimm when the series returns to NBC lineup this fall. Click the video below to see a preview for the series' latest episode, "The Beginning of the End."

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