Each year, we pull together a list of the shows we feel will have longevity moving forward. So far this season, there have been six shows that have shown signs of being frontrunners for longevity. Without further ado, here are the six programs we feel will still be on the air 5 years from now.
Nine episodes into its first season, Gotham is not a series that seems likely to keep major surprises in its utility belt, as itís basically a prequel to a universe thatís been around for 75 years. But this is 2014, and nothing is sacred anymore.
We know it can be tough to keep track of all the new and upcoming network shows. So, weíve devised a list of all of the major networks, mentioning each of the primetime shows that have begun airing or will air this season, also noting whether new shows have been picked up for additional episodes, canceled or renewed.
Most familiar with the Batman mythos know about Two-Face and his trademark flipping of his coin. However, while preparing to play Harvey Dent on Gotham, Nicholas DíAgosto went the extra mile by making an effort to only flip the coin using a specific hand. Here's why he did it.
We get to see our first look at Assistant DA Harvey Dent played by Nicholas D'Agosto. The first scene revealed has Harvey flipping his famous coin outside the Gotham courthouse.
Donal Logue is crushing as Detective Harvey Bullock on Gotham, but despite the actorís success on the new TV series, people still arenít over the fact that his crime dramedy, Terriers, was canceled by FX after one short season. Logue recently spoke out to say he had a bizarre way of coping with the cancellation back in 2010.
Next week will see the introduction of Harvey Dent in Gotham. While this version of the character will share similarities with previous adaptations, the Batman prequel will also explore the character in ways never seen before.
The Batman prequel hasnít reached 10 episodes yet, and many of Batmanís major villains have already appeared or have been announced. Fortunately, the show is trying to balance out that negative energy by adding more good guys into the mix, which may include the family that birthed the Caped Crusaderís future sidekick.
Only a few days after it was announced that Foxís Gotham was going under the hood to bring iconic villain Scarecrow to TV audiences, we now have our first look at one of the other 700 Batman villains currently calling Gotham City home. Ladies and gentlemen, Mr. Harvey Dent.
Gotham has made it its mission to introduce viewers to as many future Batman villains as possible, and now one is on the way that is especially frightening...well, he will be in a couple decades, that is.
Foxís Gotham has gotten off to a pretty villainous start, with a slew of heavy hitting names wreaking havoc in the big city. While Carmine Falcone, Fish Mooney, and Salvatore Maroni all have their finer points, the most fascinating character to watch has been Oswald Cobblepot, a young villain with bold aspirations.
Letís say something terrible happens to someone you know. For the sake of argument, letís say a cousin who youíre kind of close to gets straight up murdered by some unknown hood. You need answers, and you want them quickly. Who should you go to?
A recent extended episode order means weíre getting more Gotham, which means more bad guysí foolishly concocted plans will come to light. And while weíre fine with Harvey Dent and his prophetic coin coming into this, here are ten villains from Batmanís history that we hope stay gloriously absent from Gothamís underworld.
With all the villains that plague Gotham, protagonists like Jim Gordon are at a severe disadvantage. Fortunately, another good guy has joined the ranks. Firefly actress Morena Baccarin will recur as this pivotal character from the Batman mythos.
Have you ever wondered what it is like to work on a TV show? Donal Logue has been on a ton of diverse programs, including Terriers, Grounded For Life, Vikings and Copper. Obviously, the man has no beef with working on television, but if you are guessing working on the small screen is a cake walk, guess again.