Gotham is about to embark on its final season and we sat down with the cast to find out how the series will end and how they are all feeling about the show wrapping up.
Gotham Season 3 and Supergirl Season 2 coming to DVD & Blu-Ray this August.
Nygma spent the entire episode trying to prove to himself that he doesn’t need Oswald to be the Riddler. He may have discovered who is but he still doesn’t really know what that means.
When Gotham returns tonight, a new villain will be born. We knew Nygma was the Riddler from the beginning, but he hasn’t introduced himself to the world, until now.
Hi guys — I’m back. Don’t worry I wasn’t held in captivity by Edward Nygma for the past 4 months, just been super busy! I’ve missed reviewing 6 episodes but to recap them quickly I can just use the Gotham Season 2 back-half tagline: “Wrath of the Villains.” Mostly I can say that these last 6 episodes were a blessing because we had no ridiculous Theo Galavan (James Frain).
Gotham’s midseason premiere is tonight and Whedonopolis will be at the premiere viewing party in New York City.
Things really hit the fan last week when master evildoer Theo Galavan finally captured his mortal family enemy, Bruce Wayne. This week, we shall see if he really does kill him.
Lying! Manipulation! Fights! Betrayal! Secret Monk Blood Rituals! This week’s Gotham has it all! “The Son of Gotham” finally put many long plotted storylines into motion and changed things up (either for the worse or the better).
This episode really was “A Bitter Pill to Swallow” because it was filled with such unnecessary violence, murder, and grit. I’m guessing Gotham is going for the “gritty, dark” type of show, despite every other inclination that it is anything but that.
This week, Barbara is back and with a crazy vengeance, taking Jim on a wild and fun ride of terror and insanity. Also, Ed goes on a journey, of sorts, and Bruce is given a terrible offer. Lots of good and bad happened and, dare I say, I actually am loving Barbara now?