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There’s no question that the 2014/15 TV season was the year of the superhero. Recognizing the genre’s insane success at the box-office, television networks decided to heavily invest in comic-book adaptations. Not all of them were met with critical acclaim, or even decent ratings, but together they delivered a ton of opportunities for nerds like us to geek out.
The big networks have all released their respective fall 2015 schedules, but if you want to figure out all the tricky maneuvers you are going to have to make with your DVR, you can take a look at our master list, here. Everything from The Flash to Scorpion has conveniently been listed.
CBS is so confident in the upcoming drama, in fact, that the network plans to air its DC series directly opposite Fox’s already successful DC series Gotham on Monday nights.
Gotham just brought its enjoyably cheesy and melodramatic Season 1 to a close last week. A handful of villains have already been confirmed for next season, and now we know that the coolest member of Batman’s rogues gallery is coming to Season 2.
On the bright side, fan-favorite Empire will be returning in the fall, for an all new 18-episode series. Ryan Murphy’s Scream Queens is also getting top billing, as is Minority Report. You can take a peek at Fox’s fall schedule, here.
We know it can be tough to keep track of all the new and upcoming network shows. So, we’ve devised a list of all of the major networks, noting whether new shows have been picked up for additional episodes, canceled or renewed.
After ambling along for most of its 22-episode run, Fox’s Gotham gave us a jam-packed finale tonight that capably should set up the storyline for Season 2. But before we get into where our characters are heading, let's talk about Fish Mooney.
Because actress Jada Pinkett Smith only signed on for one season of Gotham, rumors have swirled that her character Fish Mooney is going to take the eternal fall in the finale. But that might not be the case at all.
One of the more frustrating aspects of Fox’s Gotham is also one of its more intriguing, as showrunner Bruno Heller has yet to fully commit to how the show is handling that most beloved DC villain of all, The Joker. But that could all end in Season 2, when we'll definitely be getting the Clown Prince's origin tale.
During Gotham’s first season, forensic scientist Edward Nygma hasn’t taken any actions considered “supervillain worthy.” However, the final Season 1 episodes will see him moving closer to eventually becoming The Riddler.
When Gotham premiered this fall, it was Fox’s darling, a massive production that nabbed plenty of eyeballs and acclaim. The superhero series returned to the schedule for the first time since early March last night, but it wasn’t exactly a triumphant return.
Gotham has been renewed for Season 2, so most of the characters will be back for more gritty adventures in the show’s sophomore season. However, for one of the major players, death is in their future.
In this day and age of television, character deaths are a strong form of currency. As such, we’ve put on our most morbid thinking caps and have come up with 10 characters who absolutely need to meet their makers in the very near future.
Throughout much of its first season, Fox’s Gotham has delivered villains that, despite their larger than life personalities, wouldn’t be impossibly out of place in the real world. That might change for Season 2 with the introduction of these two characters.
Actor Robin Lord Taylor’s performance on Gotham has made Oswald Cobblepot, a.k.a The Penguin, arguably the show’s breakout character. However, the actor also has his eye on appearing in another acclaimed superhero series.