Grimm season 7 could be aired in a new time-slot during the weekend.Facebook/Grimm

Grimm creators, David Greenwalt and Jim Kouf, have hinted about series renewal and teased that lead cast members David Giuntoli and Bitsie Tulloch could be back on screens as Nick Burkhardt and Juliette Silverton in season 7.

The universal appeal and immense popularity of the supernatural police procedural series definitely makes it a household name in the television drama circuit. The show already has a heavy backing from its fans and it is sure to garner descent viewership ratings.

But the crime thriller was abruptly cancelled by NBC after season 6 and the last season only had 13 episodes. Since the final episodes kept the viewers clued to the screens with its unexpected plot twists, the viewers are urging for more episodes from the creators.

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So the cast and crew seem to be very optimistic about Grimm being picked up by any other network. Even the fans are anxiously waiting for TNT or Netflix to make an official announcement about the premiere date for season 7.

The next instalment of supernatural police procedural drama series could be already under development, as the executive producers revealed that they are open to all options and indicated about a possible storyline for the new season.

David Giuntoli as Nick Burkhardt in supernatural drama series Grimm.Facebook/Grimm

"We just leave all our options open. You just never know," said Kouf, adding, "If somebody wants to broadcast it, then we could see it."

Expaining further, Greenwalt revealed that Nick and Juliette will continue to fight against the evil characters. "That's what we want the audience to believe and grab hold of," he said and Kouf added, "The fight continues. Their mission in life is to fight evil." (via LA Times).

The creators of Grimm also talked about the characters they could not explore in the final season. "We missed Butt Crack Bud! We wanted to get him in there somehow. The refrigerator repair man who did such a wonderful arc in the whole show, but there was just no time. And a couple other type of characters that we could've done more [with]," Greenwalt told Deadline.

Meanwhile, Kouf also hinted that the supernatural series could air during the weekends if it gets picked up by any network. "Our audience doubled over the weekend usually within the first seven days. A lot of people recorded it. That's the way TV is watched now. Nobody has to be home watching when it's on. The audience is finding shows in different ways now," Oregonlive quoted him.