Gotham

‘Gotham’ 4×17 Review: ‘Mandatory Brunch Meeting’

This episode is more than just brunch; after a literally explosive start, it’s a freaky feast with a main course of sibling rivalry, a side of strange alliances, and for dessert, a new chemical cocktail that bodes trouble ahead for…

‘Gotham’ 4×16 Review: ‘One Of My Three Soups’

Three very cool things in this episode of Gotham, and none of them are the title soups (although one of those was cool in the temperature sense): Jerome is on the loose, along with a lot of Gotham’s Most Dangerous.…

‘Gotham’ 4×15 Review: ‘The Sinking Ship the Grand Applause’

Just when I think Gotham cannot get any crazier, it does. Just when I think it cannot take any more twists and turns, it does. And just when I think it can’t bring back any more dead villains…. Well, I…

‘Gotham’ 4×14 Review: ‘Reunion’

“Reunion” is just what it says in the title: A reunion of the teams we’ve loved so much over the past four years. No matter how much is wrong in Gotham, all is right when Bruce & Alfred are back…

‘Gotham’ 4×13 Review: ‘A Beautiful Darkness’

‘A Beautiful Darkness’ unfolds like one of Poison Ivy’s lethal supercharged plants, tendrils of madness spreading quickly across Gotham. Some alliances are strained or even fractured completely, others are formed, and some seem to be on the mend. The episode…

‘Gotham’ 4×12 Review: ‘Pieces of a Broken Mirror’

Gotham is back, and how I have missed it! The back half of Season 4 opens with a fast-moving episode that brings us up to date on just about everyone. The title is reflective of the story (yes, I’m going…

‘Gotham’ 4×11 Review: ‘Queen Takes Knight’

“Queen Takes Knight” brings ‘Gotham’  to its fourth midseason break in breakneck style, clearing some pieces from the board and setting others up for what’s promising to be an excellent second half. The title “Queen” is Sofia Falcone, who consolidates…

‘Gotham’ 4×10 Review: ‘Things That Go Boom’

Several things go “boom” in this episode of “Gotham:” The Sirens’ gun shop, Penguin’s car, and most importantly, the relationships Sofia Falcone had built with Penguin and with Jim Gordon. It’s all a prelude to war in the underworld. Oh,…

‘Gotham’ 4×09 Review: ‘Let Them Eat Pie’

I love ham. But Gotham served up far too much Pyg in “Let Them Eat Pie,” and nowhere near enough Bruce Wayne. At least we got a little bit of Harvey Bullock, in a scene that broke my heart. But…

‘Gotham’ 4×08 Review: ‘Stop Hitting Yourself’

An alternate title for “Stop Hitting Yourself” could be “Penguin and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.” Lots of things happen in this episode, some of them a bit convoluted, and none of them are good for Oswald…

‘Gotham’ 4×07 Review: ‘A Day In The Narrows’

“Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold.” W.B. Yeats was talking about Europe after World War One when he penned that line in “The Second Coming,” but it certainly applies to the city of Gotham. …Wait, what? You didn’t come…

‘Gotham’ Recasts Poison Ivy

When we last saw Poison Ivy on Gotham, she had just taken some mysterious herbs that started morphing her face. When we next see Poison Ivy, the transformation will be complete; Gotham’s producers have recast the role, with Peyton List…

‘Gotham’ 4×06 Review: Hog Day Afternoon

“Hog Day Afternoon” was a bit of a letdown one week after the drama of “The Blade’s Path.” We did learn a few things that help move the season’s story along, but the episode felt incomplete. Technically it was; the…

‘Gotham’ 4×05 Review: The Blade’s Path

Gotham constantly proves the old Chinese proverb, “The journey is the reward.” We all know the show’s endgame: Bruce Wayne becomes Batman, Detective Jim Gordon becomes Commissioner Gordon, etc., etc. What we love is seeing how it all unfolds, with plenty…

‘Gotham’ 4×04 Review: “The Demon’s Head”

When a man’s title is “The Demon’s Head,” you know he’s not a nice guy. But the Ra’s al Ghul of Gotham is stone cold, and the climax to this episode was a shocker that rattled Bruce more than we’ve…

‘Gotham’ 4×03 Review: They Who Hide Behind Masks

Masks, visible and invisible, and alliances are the theme of this episode. There isn’t a lot that actually happens, but what there is feels Significant (capitalization intended). It feels like Gotham’s Season 4 chessboard is now set, with some new…

‘Gotham’ 4×02 Review: The Fear Reaper

Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie) may have thought things were bad when he first arrived in Gotham, but at least he had the Gotham City Police Department with him. These days, not so much. From the title, you would expect “The…

WBTV Announces San Diego Comic-Con 2017 Line-Up

Warner Bros. Television has announced its plans for San Diego Comic-Con 2017. And we’re pumping our fists in excitement as our favorite returning shows and some new ones prepare to descend upon San Diego. The action kicks off Wednesday, July…

FOX Fall TV Schedule 2017 Features Shows on the Move

As we head into network upfronts, networks are beginning to unveil their fall 2017 schedules. NBC released theirs on Sunday, which featured some moves. And now FOX is joining the fray. FOX has released its fall 2017 television schedule, which…

Gotham: Our 7 Favorite Things from the Season 3 Premiere

As Gotham heads into its third season, aptly dubbed “Heroes Will Fall,” there’s a new level of darkness that the show is headed into, as evidenced by the season premiere. That’s not to say that Gotham has ever been a…

See The New Trailer and Poster for Gotham

It’s almost time! It’s almost time! If you don’t know what I am talking about – it’s almost time for the return of fall television. We’re excited and at the same time – scared because there is just so much…