As Alfred gets his hands dirty and Ivy reemerges, the Fox drama brings its cast together for a fall finale that’s thin on real development.
A strong debut from the future villain and a surprisingly fun police plot still can’t shake the drama’s two-faced nature.
Gotham bruises its knuckles hammering away at another predictable plot, but at least the brutal violence delivers exactly what it promises.
As it closes its first act, Gotham gets a slight lift from some confident flourishes before sliding back into its uneven pattern.
Harvey Bullock’s backstory gets a workover as Gordon, Montoya and the Penguin collide in a more confident episode of the Fox drama.
A street drug plot involving a precursor to Bane’s Venom brings out the camp from Gotham’s criminals in a much-needed turn of events.
The Fox drama attempts to bring a menacing madhouse onto the stage of the Dark Knight’s dark city, but it instead simply offers up a frustratingly simple episode.
Eagle-eyed viewers may have noticed Robin Lord Taylor reprising his Season 4 guest role as “Hippie Sam” in the opening minutes of last night’s episode. Warning: Spoilers!
The first hints of Batman arrive with the thud of a dropping body as Jim Gordon and company continue to struggle against Gotham.
With its second episode, Fox’s Batman prequel still struggles to find its voice as the guest stars upstage the likes of Jim Gordon and Harvey Bullock.
With a kitchen sink approach to characters and a reliance on an ultra-serious tone, Fox’s Gotham walks a rough line but holds a few intriguing twists.
Geoff Johns defends DC Entertainment’s wide approach, while Marvel doubles down on the connections to its film universe as superheroes prepare to do battle on the small screen.