Fox gave us an early look at their planned Gotham City origin story Gotham earlier this month. Today, the network announced the 2014-2015 schedule, which puts the Batman prequel story on Monday night.
Fox announced their 2014-2015 schedule this morning, and in addition to adding some of their anticipated new series -- Gotham included -- the network has made a few notable changes to their primetime line-up, including moving one of their popular live-action comedies to Sunday night and putting a new hour-long series on Tuesday, ahead of their New Girl/Mindy Project comedy block.
Earlier today, Fox announced that they were officially moving forward with Bruno Heller's Gotham series. We heard that the trailer for the drama might arrive tonight during the premiere of 24: Live Another Day and sure enough, Fox dropped that on us between the first and second hour.
Fox has officially given Gotham a series order. While fans of the DC setting are likely relieved to know that this project is moving forward, the news shouldn't seem completely surprising, considering we learned last fall that Fox was sending Gotham straight to series.
Warner Bros. has been releasing a new character photo for Bruno Heller's upcoming Fox drama Gotham everyday since last week and today's character just so happens to be the lead. The series, which will serve as a prequel to Batman's era in Gotham City, will center on Ben McKenzie's Detective James Gordon.
Another day, another Gotham promotional photo. Tuesday's glimpse at the characters of Bruno Heller's Gotham series reveals the smirking face of Robin Lord Taylor, who plays Oswald Cobblepot, better known to Batman enthusiasts as The Penguin.
Fox has released another character photo for their upcoming Gotham City-set drama Gotham. This one gives us a look at a character we should be pretty familiar with from the films. Sean Pertwee is set to play Alfred Pennyworth in the drama series, which will serve as a prequel to the Batman era of Gotham City and will center on Detective Jim Gordon, the man who will go on to become Gotham's police commissioner.
Following up on yesterday's glimpse of Donal Logue as Detective Harvey Bullock for Fox's Gotham comes our first look at the beautiful Camren Bicondova as Selina Kyle, also known as the future Catwoman. She's just a teen in this series, which serves as a prequel to Batman's era in Gotham and will focus on Ben McKenzie's character Detective Jim Gordon.
Fox has given us our first look at Donal Logue as Detective Harvey Bullock for their anticipated DC-inspired series Gotham. The character is Jim Gordon's partner and mentor and is described as a rough-around-the-edges" detective who "plays loose with police procedure, but get results -- and he does so with old-school, hard-ass panache." Seems like a great fit for Donal Logue.
GOTHAM is based upon characters published by DC Comics and is produced by Warner Bros. Television. Executive producer Bruno Heller (“The Mentalist”) wrote the pilot, which will be directed and executive-produced by Emmy Award nominee Danny Cannon (the “CSI” series, “Nikita”).
Fox's Gotham series has found its Bruce Wayne and he's a preteen who's no stranger to the FOX network. Touch star David Mazouz has been cast to play the pre-Batman character in the drama, which will focus on Detective James Gordon and the origin story of some of Gotham City's most infamous villains. Mazouz isn't the only younger actor to join the cast, as Gotham has also cast Selena Kyle.
It looks like Fox's series Gotham has found its Fish Mooney. The latest bit of casting for the anticipated Gotham City-set drama puts Jada Pinkett Smith among the cast, and from the description of her character and at least one of her known associates, it sounds like she'll be on the villain side of this drama, which is expected to tell the origin story of some of Gotham's most infamous villains
Last time we saw Donal Logue on television, he was on a quest for vengeance in Sons of Anarchy and making a mess of things in Charming in the process. But it sounds like he'll be on the right side of the law in his role on Fox's highly anticipated Gotham series. Logue is the latest start to join the cast of the drama, which is being written by Bruno Heller and already has a series commitment from Fox.
Following word that Ben McKenzie was signed on to play the lead role in Fox's planned Gotham series comes even more casting news for roles including the Penguin -- also known as Oswald Cobblepot -- Captain Eessen, Alfred Pennyworth, and Barbara Kean. What's even more exciting about the casting news is that it comes with some character descriptions that give us some new clues about this promising new series.
Since last fall we've known that Fox would be bringing a Gotham City-set drama to the small screen. In fact, the network seemed so intent to make the Commissioner Gordon-focused Gotham happen that they sent the project straight to series, leading us to wonder who would succeed Gary Oldman and those who came before him in filling the police commissioner's shoes?