In an episode that featured the arrival of the Red Hood Gang and saw a major character getting stabbed (though non-fatally), it was the actions of one Fish Mooney that completely stole the show.
One of the reasons why I enjoy Gotham so much is because of the way it embraces both darkness and camp. It mixed them both gloriously well in “The Blind Fortune Teller,” and never better than in the scene in which we get our very first glimpse of the young lad who will eventually become the Clown Prince of Crime.
There’s a plethora of superhero TV shows available to the public, from the horror-driven Constantine to the action-packed Arrow to the sci-fi adventures of The Flash. We’ve gone ahead and ranked each superhero TV show currently airing to give you an idea of what you should be checking out.
Gotham hasn’t been shy about introducing numerous villains in Batman’s city during its first season. Following Monday’s brand new episode of Gotham, the Fox drama aired a brand new preview that gives us our first look at a new villain--The Joker.
Milo Ventimiglia is an actor who knows what it’s like to be a hero on the small screen, albeit with a lot of wincing, as he led much of the drama swirling around NBC’s Heroes during its four seasons. Now he’s jumping to the other side of virtuousness, joining Fox’s hugely popular Gotham.
We did some sleuthing, combing through the Season 1 shows that have hit the schedule during the 2014-2015 season and put together a list of the 8 we feel you need to check out most. So, give ‘em a watch—you may be pleasantly surprised.
Given that Gotham is introducing nearly every member of the Batman mythos, it was only a matter of time before viewers met this version of the Clown Prince of Crime, but it will be happening a lot sooner than originally expected.
HBO’s Game of Thrones proved that TV works in IMAX theaters, with a run of highly lucrative IMAX screenings this past weekend. And you can bet this won't be the last time something like that happens. Here are five shows that we think need to head to IMAX next.
If there’s news to be had about Gotham, you can bet your last dollar that it involves someone from Batman’s seemingly endless stable of foes. (And if you were living in a place where Don Falcone and Sal Maroni were running things, that dollar might very well be your last.) The latest ghastly villain to be matched to an actor is Dr. Francis Dulmacher, better known as The Dollmaker.
Selina Kyle spends her days pickpocketing and Oswald Cobblepot has slowly been rising through the ranks of Gotham City’s underworld, but when it comes to Gotham’s other important future Batman adversary, Edward Nygma hasn’t had a chance to explore his bad side. Yet.
The TV landscape is changing, and various networks are looking at ways to keep people invested in brand new dramas and comedies. This year, we’ve actually seen a ton of shows renewed for the 2015-2016 well ahead of schedule. So far there have been a slew of first season cable and TV shows that have already been renewed for Season 2. Here they are.
But as great as it is to watch Gotham's supervillains being formed through the procedural storytelling, it would be nice to see another major one popping up already developed. Luckily, one is on the way later this season.
Danny DeVito left an unquestionable mark on pop culture and the legacy of Oswald Cobblepott a.k.a. The Penguin when he starred in Batman Returns. The sewer-dwelling, power hungry villain was a strange and rather disgusting adaptation of the character from the pages of DC comics, and the actor will long be remembered for his portrayal.
Today was a big day for Fox, as they ordered new seasons of three hit shows including Gotham, Empire and Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
There’s no denying that Gotham is one of the most popular series currently on the air, which technically makes Ben McKenzie’s upper lip one of the more controversial body parts on TV. Will he ever grow the iconic Jim Gordon mustache?