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Every season the TV landscape becomes cluttered with shows that have been abandoned by their networks or audiences. Well, two shows have now gotten a hint of their actual popularity, because the network is showing them no love.
When it comes to showbiz nowadays, sometimes the weird just works, and the The Lego Movie in 2014 is a perfect example. The film's success convinced Fox to order a crazy new comedy series from Lego writer/directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller.
While Gotham has delivered an unusually large number of villains to viewers already, few of them have actually come together to bring a tag team of mayhem to Gotham City and its easily murdered police department. But now that's changed.
As a series that already faced cancellation early in its run, Family Guy currently feels like a television institution that will always be there. But its ratings are currently so bad that we could easily be saying goodbye soon.
By this spring, the networks will make some big decisions on whether or not some of our favorites will get renewals, and for now we are keeping tabs on what shows are cancelled, which are renewed and which at least have received full season orders.
While Fox has had a few bright spots on its fall TV schedule, there has been one show in particular that has not reached such great heights. That show is Minority Report, a small screen sequel of sorts to the 2002 Steven Spielberg film of the same name.
The biggest TV franchise currently returning to the small screen is undoubtedly Fox’s The X-Files in 2016. Naturally, this would not be The X-Files if there weren’t rumors of conspiracies abounding, and there are whispers of a spinoff.
Edward Nygma already has the obsession with riddles on Gotham and has committed murder, but will we see his green suit? Here's what we know.
One of the most compelling bad guys of Fox's Gothamhas always been Robin Lord Taylor’s Oswald Cobblepot, who is known professionally as Penguin. Underhanded and scheming, the latest episode of Gotham saw Penguin suffer his greatest loss of the series so far.
While it’s still a little sad that Sons of Anarchy is over (I know, I’m trying to get over it), it’s still great news that a lot of the actors we remember fondly from the FX series are moving over to other projects. One is even heading to Gotham to play a new villain.
While much of the action currently happening on Gotham is part of the big, bustling interconnected story, there’s one character whose ongoing arc has largely taken place away from everyone else: Edward Nygma.
We’re in the Halloween season, which is the perfect time for a new show about the devil to premiere. That's not what's happening with Fox's Lucifer, but the network is celebrating with two new trailers.
Mere days after finding out that House of Cards vet Nathan Darrow will be playing the iconic Batman villain Victor ”Mr. Freeze” Fries on Fox’s Gotham, the producers have announced the actress who will be playing his wife.
It’s been announced that Law & Order: Special Victims Unit star B.D. Wong has been cast to play one of Batman’s oldest enemies in Gotham, and he’s connected to this past week’s big plot twist.
Fall premieres have mostly commenced at this point—save a few outliers like Chicago Med—and the networks have already started looking toward building their midseason schedules. While normally that’s a good thing, for Fox’s new show, network’s midseason lineup is not looking so pretty.