When Gotham returns on Monday, August 23rd, Jim Gordon will come up against a new and very scary menace – The Ogre.
The Ogre – played by Milo Ventimiglia – is a serial killer who has evaded justice by targeting the loved ones of any cop who would investigate him. Now, Jim Gordon is the only cop brave/foolish enough to try to stop him.
FOX has released a trailer hat’s a combination teaser/behind-the-scenes look at Gotham’s latest monster. Check it our after the jump.
When Gotham (FOX, Mondays, 9/8C) went on its winter hiatus, things were looking grim – Alfred in hospital; the possibility of a hit put out on Bruce Wayne, Barbara seeing Jim Gordon kissing Dr. Leslie Thompkins…
Now FOX has released a teaser for the remainder of Gotham’s debut season and, no surprise, things are looking grimmer than ever. Check it out after the jump.
This week’s episode of Gotham introduces The Red Hood Gang – a kind of Robin Hood and His Merry Men of the city’s underworld. Check out the video, after the jump, as the stars of Gotham talk about the idea of the Red Hood Gang and what it means to Gotham City.
The second half of Gotham’s (FOX, Mondays, 8/7C) first season gets underway with Rogues Gallery – the first time we get to see Jim Gordon at work after his demotion. The mid-season premiere opens with Shakespeare and ends with (among other things) a chilling promise.
FOX has ordered the final six episodes to give its new hit series Gotham a full season.
The story of Gotham between the murders of Thomas and Martha Wayne and the advent of The Batman stars Ben McKenzie as rookie police detective James Gordon – possibly the last good cop in the corrupt Gotham Police Department, David Mazouz as the young Bruce Wayne and Donal Logue as Gordon’s potentially salvageable partner, Harvey Bullock.
Gotham was created by Bruno Heller. Follow the jump for more. The next new episode of Gotham airs tonight at 8/7C.
FOX’s Gotham is one of the most anticipated new shows the Fall 2014 season. It’s the story of James Gordon’s rise through the ranks of the Gotham Police Department during the time between the murders of Thomas and Martha Wayne and the appearance of Batman.
To get the details right and make this darker, fictional version of New York city believable takes a lot of work, and a four-part online series of behind the scenes videos gives us an idea of how hard everyone involved is working to to it right. Check out the series after the jump. Gotham premieres on FOX on Monday, September 22 (8/7C).
The Good. The Evil. The Beginning. That’s the title of the new trailer for Fox’s new series, Gotham, that follows Detective Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie) as he tries to keep the city from sinking any lower into crime and debauchery.
It’s creepy, twisted and lurking just beyond the jump. Gotham premieres on Monday, September 22nd.
In wake of recent events on Law & Order: SVU (NBC, Wednesdays, 9/8C), comes the announcement that Donal Logue (Sons of Anarchy, Terriers) has signed on to play the SVU’s Acting Commandant Lieutenant Declan Murphy, for the rest of the current season. Logue will subsequently be taking on the role of Harvey Bullock on Fox’s Gotham.
For more details, check out the press release following the jump.
Michael Raymond-James co-stars in FX’s Terriers [Wednesdays, 10/9C] as half of a team of low-rent PIs who frequently get in over their heads. The series, which looks to be garnering the kind of acclaim that other FX shows – like Justified and Rescue Me – have gotten, but hasn’t generated the kind of ratings of those shows. After you’ve read the Q&As with Mr. Raymond-James and Donal Logue [posted earlier], give the show a chance. You’ll be amply rewarded for your time.
Last week, I had the opportunity to take part in a conference call Q&A session with Donal Logue, star of the new FX series, Terriers [Wednesdays, 10/9C]. The series is about an odd couple pair of C-grade detectives [totally unlicensed] are just trying to get by when they wind up in over their heads.
Logue proved loquacious, knowledgeable and completely willing to talk about Terriers and a few other interesting things. He came across as someone you could just hang with – and that always makes for a good interview.