Production info

Once We Were Gods
USA, 2014

TV-series Grimm


Homicide investigator Nick Burkhardt of the Portland Police Department is descended from a line of guardians known as Grimms, charged with keeping balance between humanity and the mythological creatures of the world called Wesen. Nick and his colleague Hank are called to investigate when contractors in Portland unearth an ancient Egyptian sarcophagus, that upon opening unleashed a creature called Anubis, known as the ancient God of Death. It appears the animal gods that the ancient Egyptians worshipped were, in fact, Wesen.

Episode 15 from the third season of the tv series "Grimm", a detective series set in a world in which characters inspired by Grimms' Fairy Tales actually exist.

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