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Some of Gotham's Season 2 resurgence has to do with James Frain’s intelligently devious Theo Galavan, but more of it was tied to Cameron Monaghan’s manic performances as the Joker-ish killer Jerome.Want more of him?
Robin Lord Taylor’s Oswald Cobblepot has been one of the most compelling characters on Gotham from the beginning, and now the show looks to be fleshing out the character's backstory a bit further by introducing his dear old dad.
In every new fall TV season, there are those shows that immediately connect with audiences, and those that struggle to find footing with viewers. One of the latter is Fox’s sci-fi series Minority Report, and the show just got its order cut.
Regardless of who you are, there will be some level of interest involved with meeting a teenage billionaire. Of course, on Gotham, it's teenage billionaires that are meeting other teenage billionaires. Meet Bruce's new love interest for part of Season 2.
Of all the villains that TV has given us over the years, few are as fun to watch as Sideshow Bob, someone whose malevolent motivations always enjoyably blow up in his face. (Or rake up in his face, really.) But the character will get his day in the sun for this year’s Treehouse of Horror special, as he will finally be able to murder Bart Simpson. But in what way?
The network most reliable for producing high quality animated series for primetime – which is admittedly something of a limited market – has been Fox for many years. A more recent animated series that has been refreshing the market, and it's Bob's Burgers. Get ready for more of it.
Fans have been anxiously anticipating the return of >The X-Files even since it was announced six months ago. While we are preparing ourselves for this new limited series to bring a lot of changes to our favorite FBI pair, one thing will remain the same.
There is perhaps no Batman villain more infamous than The Joker. So, it was only natural to assume that The Joker would be appearing in some form or other on Fox’s Gotham. But could that form possible be the female form?
There are going to be spoilers throughout this article, so if you haven’t watched Monday’s Gotham episode, yet, you may want to steer away. The question of whether Jerome would one day be the Joker has been bandied about since the character was first introduced back in Season 1.
In its first three episodes of Season 2, Gotham has already eclipsed most of the uneven Season 1. And in “The Last Laugh,” the show pulled the wool both over our eyes and back off again, and then shoved it down our throats.
Both crossover episodes will air on October 29, and we now know exactly what the episodes will be about. Hint: Like many other great TV episodes that came before it, the crossover will have a Halloween theme.
Gotham been cagey about whether or not Jerome Valeska is the future Joker. So far his M.O. lines up with the Clown Prince of Crime’s, but a more direct answer to the question will arrive shortly.
However, over the course of its Season 2 return, Empire's numbers have dropped a wee bit. Many believe the surge in ratings each week was not sustainable over the long haul, but 50 Cent believes there’s another reason the numbers have dropped a bit: There’s too much gay stuff.
Remember the last time you were watching a Lethal Weapon movie and thought, “Say, I would love to see this story stretched out on a weekly basis with completely new actors and a different creative team?” Didn’t happen? Doesn’t matter! It's happening.
There’s no bones about it, Fox’s long-running procedural Bones, might soon reach the finish line. After re-upping his contract for Season 11, series lead David Boreanaz says he has an exact idea of when Bones will end.