Anyone who follows the cast of “Grimm” on social media knows that they love each other, but leads David Giuntoli and Bitsie Tulloch revealed recently on Twitter that they are now more than just friends. Just like their characters Nick and Juliette, they are in a relationship.
“It’s pretty public now that I’m dating David, so that’s kind of out of the bag,” Tulloch tells Zap2it. “We were hiding it for a long time, but now everybody knows.”
Tulloch says she and Giuntoli hang out with co-stars Silas Weir Mitchell, Bree Turner, Claire Coffee, Sasha Roiz, Russell Hornsby and Reggie Lee “all the time” in Portland, Ore., where “Grimm” films and most of them have homes. “Everybody just really likes to get together,” she says.
Not only do they like getting together, but they like hitting the town. “Portland really is the best. We always go out,” Tulloch says. “Thursday night [Dec. 4] I was sitting courtside at a Blazers game — I’m a huge Blazers fan. Friday night we were at Silas’, Saturday night David and I went out on the town, last night David and I went to this Iron & Wine concert; we’re always out taking advantage of how awesome this town is.”
Because some members of the cast have settled in Portland, they have tried to figure out if there is a way to keep living in Oregon after “Grimm” inevitably wraps. Fortunately there is enough material to keep the NBC Friday-night staple going for years.
“There’s something like 511 Grimm legends and 212 fairy tales. We could conceivably be doing this until we’re all in wheelchairs and using canes and hobbling around,” Tulloch says. “There’s just so much to do and what I’ve always said is the format of a fairy tale in and of itself — and I think this is why it does so well internationally — it’s not one of those shows that’s lost in translation.”