“Game of Thrones,” “Daredevil,” “Mad Max” and “Supergirl” also received multiple nominations from the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films.
Even two-dimensional leads and overly gruesome dismemberment can’t drag down a fun genderflipped Bat villain and the tease of a ’90s comic anti-hero.
With the revival’s debut just a little more than three months away, Fox released a new “X-Files” promo during Monday night’s “Gotham.”
A new group of cops battle a newly enlisted Penguin crime army in an episode that highlights how little has changed in Gotham.
Another outing with killer potential, Gotham’s latest caps the pre-Joker saga with a few telling bumps in the road.
While the pre-Joker nutjob leading a team of crazies makes for fun TV, Gotham continues to fail with its core characters.
In an unexpected twist, Gotham returns to TV with its black humor tone fully under control and a bevy of fun villains to lead the charge.
Breakout star from Fox’s “Gotham” made his way to San Diego Comic-Con with a whole group of shade throwers.
Despite loads of violence and a smattering of “shocking” moments, the end of Gotham falls flat with endlessly predictable outcomes.
With its penultimate episode, Gotham disrespects its women characters and its audience’s intelligence in equal measure.
There’s blood and deformity aplenty in the latest episode, but there’s also very little payoff as things drag their way towards the finale.
Bruce Wayne considers murder while Jim Gordon stalks a creepy serial killer in the opening salvo of Gotham’s finale run.