Critic Ken Tucker dissects the series' concepts and says, "Show me a reason to care about any of these characters as much as I care about Superman himself."
The five shows you should watch this week include the return of 'The Good Place,' 'Transparent,' and 'Gotham' and the premiere of 'Star Trek: Discovery.'
Gotham‘s arc last season may have been called “Heroes Rise,” but that certainly didn’t stop the Riddler — played with delightfully unhinged charm by Cory Michael Smith — from continuing to be one of the show’s highlights. In anticipation of Season 3’s release on DVD and Blu-ray, Warner Bros. put together a supercut of some of Ed Nygma’s best moments. The strange and intimate relationship of the Penguin (Robin Lord Taylor) and the Riddler has long been a part of comic-book history, but it’s never been more lurid and intense than on Gotham.
Marina Benedict, who played an ice-cold assassin on Fox’s Prison Break revival, now has Gotham in her crosshairs. Also new for Season 4 of the comic books-based drama is Benjamin Stockham (About a Boy‘s… boy), who will befriend young Master Wayne. TVLine has learned exclusively that Benedict is set to recur as Cherry, the owner […]
In this exclusive clip from next Monday's episode, “Light the Wick,” Barnes is about to be recruited by the Council of Owls, but, in typically gruesome Gotham fashion, they only need bits of him.
Harley Quinn is coming to Gotham! That’s according to executive producer John Stephens, who, in an interview right ahead of season 3, said, “We might see [her] in Episode 22,” Now, with the end of the season quickly approaching, a new promo photo is lending more credence to a long-standing fan theory that Harley has been there the whole time. The photo is of Erin Richards, who plays Barbara Kean, and shows her character in a red and black ensemble, with her face half illuminated in light. It seems like it’s definitely designed to evoke comparisons to Harley Quinn’s classic comic look of the red and black getup and white face paint.
Over the last month, executive producers of more than 30 current genre shows have taken part in Yahoo TV’s “Why Genre Shows Matter” survey, either via email or by phone. We’ve learned which genre show was the first to resonate with them, which genre show they believe deserved more Emmy love, which current genre show they think is tackling an issue well, and, if they were a Buffy the Vampire Slayer fan, what moment, episode, or arc best explains why in honor of the show’s 20th anniversary.
What was the first genre show to resonate with you? 1. HBO owes a “thank you” to The Incredible Hulk. Because when you’re a skinny, nerdy 10-year-old, you wish you could transform into a painted green Lou Ferrigno and beat the living s–t out of anyone who makes you angry.
This new series will be a Fox family drama that focuses on two human parents who have to go into hiding when their children develop mutant powers.
Gotham has expanded its rogues gallery, as the Mad Hatter, a classic villain whose real name is Jervis Tetch, made his debut on this week’s episode.
On Gotham, Fish Mooney and her gang of inmates from Indian Hill wreak havoc around the city, sending the Gotham City P.D. and the citizens into a panic.
On Monday’s Gotham, Victor Fries became Mr. Freeze with a little help from Dr. Strange — and a getaway car and a plan to break his wife out of Arkham Asylum.
For years, comic books and toys have gone hand-in-hand. But now that comics have entered the mainstream, adults are clamoring for merchandise they won’t feel guilty about displaying when their friends come over for a dinner party. Interestingly, because television shows like Arrow, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., The Flash, and Gotham come with a built-in following from the comics world, the amount of official studio merch is being dwarfed by the output of crafting fans. Here is a selection of the best show-related gifts — official and otherwise — for your superhero-crazy loved ones
With so much to watch on TV, it can be difficult to plan ahead. But we’re here to help! Here are the five shows you won’t want to miss this week.
Dig deeper and look at the full list of Emmys nominees, and you uncover some fun trivia, unlikely races, and that 'Gotham' is, technically, the king of Superhero TV.
'Gotham' star Cameron Monaghan has posted a photo of himself on Instagram looking very much like the Clown Prince of Crime. Monaghan's mysterious villain Jerome set 'Gotham' fans into a frenzy last season, with many speculating he was The Joker when he made his debut on the Fox Batman prequel in February.
One thing’s for sure: The stars of 'The Vampire Diaries,' 'Arrow,' and 'Supernatural' are FREAKING EXCITED for Comic-Con this week.
The arrival of another Independence Day has us thinking of the TV characters (and, in some cases, actors) we’d like to see declare their independence from shows that don’t always properly value their contributions.
Two "Empire" recurring characters recently got the upgrade to series regulars. Here are some of the other familiar faces we'd like to see receive a similar promotion.