James Frain – best known for his villains you love to hate/hate to love (Ferdinand in Orphan Black; Theo Galavan on Gotham) – has joined Star Trek: Discovery, where he will play the iconic role of Sarek, father of Spock.
Gotham (FOX, Mondays, 8/7C) returns with a bang this week as Edward Nygma inspires Dr. Hugo Strange with a way to bring the recently resurrected Theo Galavan out of chaotic madness to serve his own purposes.
Meanwhile, Nygma makes Jim Gordon an ominous promise and Captain Barnes discovers that his ‘by the book’ methodology doesn’t always work.
Gotham (FOX, Mondays, 8/7C) reaches its fall finale with an episode that is full of change. Alliances are made and dissolved; last week’s cliffhanger that wasn’t is resolved, and we see glimmering of what’s to come.
Despite some miraculous healing (or at least partial healing), some strange family values moments, perfect timing and two new additions to the streets of Gotham City all add up to a fun ride.
After the revelations of the last few weeks of Gotham (FOX, Mondays, 8/7C), it’s time the series moved to the next level. Theo Galavan and his beloved sister Tabitha have discovered Penguin’s ruse; Edward Nygma has (accidentally) ruined what might be his one shot at love; Alfred has made it clear that he wants Selina to stay away from Bruce.
Rise of the Villains: Mommy’s Little Monster takes all the coagulating emotions from the recent past and forms them into an hour that is, to say the least, explosive.
Since the beginning of season two, Gotham (FOX, Mondays, 8/7C) has been embracing its comic book origins in a way that has allowed its writers to go to weird places. Rise of the Villains: By Fire continues that trend. It’s approaching Frank Miller intensity (minus the rampant misogyny) in its gothic/noir sensibilities.
Join Ben Mckenzie (Jim Gordon), James Frain (Theo Galavan), Erin Richards (Barbara Kean), Jessica Lucas (Tabitha Galavan), Michael Chiklis along with Executive Producer John Stephens as they delve into Season 2 of “Gotham” to explore the rise of the villains. “Gotham” airs Mondays 8/7c on Fox.
Gotham (FOX, Mondays, 8/7C) continues its creative resurgence this week with the third chapter in the ongoing Rise of the Villains arc – The Last Laugh. Now darker than ever, the show really feels like it belongs in the Batman section of the DC universe.