The new drama will return for Season 2.
January 17, 2015
Fox announced today that Gotham has been renewed for a second season. The Batman origin drama has been a top performer for the network, with its ratings making it one of broadcast TV's highest-ranking new shows through the halfway point of the season.
02/12/17 at 05:35pm
I love Gotham! The acting is great, the characters are wonderful, the scenery is Goth. When does Bruce become Batman? I'm anxiously awaiting THAT!
05/10/15 at 07:38am
Great show... always wanted to know the origins of Batman and the other fiends. It is a fresh look at the comic book superhero and how all of his nemesis' became who they are. It is interesting that the show is set in the 1990's... I too am a 1960's throwback viewer of the original series. BACK then... the acting was deplorable... but the show was popular. Acting on the Gotham series is Emmy winning compared to back in the 60's.
04/28/15 at 09:12am
i'd like to have another season of the show but seriously they did go a little far with the fifty shades scenes in last nights episodes but otherwise i think it should stay on though.. if fox can keep the show somewhat clean, then i say keep it
02/09/15 at 09:38pm
DirecTV started in 1994, so yes there were modern satellite dishes twenty years ago. The story lines are getting better, now if they could do something about the acting..
02/02/15 at 12:33pm
Try [Solarmovie.is] it's great if you dont have cable or don't like watching commercials.
01/29/15 at 06:03pm
Mid-season hiatuses have generally VERY little to do with actual production. Often the mid-season breaks are used to (mistakenly) try and create more demand for the show or to allow OTHER SHOWs to air in that time slot. Most production schedules for tv are many episodes ahead of what is actually airing. The mid-season break for Gotham was for the holidays. Fox assumed no one would want to watch over the holidays so rather than skip a week, they skipped a month and a half.
01/29/15 at 05:41am
thr show is a mixture of old and new to have it stand out and have no particular look but a mismash gosh if people complaining about setting,the reason about the hiatuses as far as i can see is they make a few episodes then see how they go down and then the company takes the rest and the gap is for the making/editing of the rest of the episodes as if you look at the news part of this page you often see "fox take a whole season of....such a show"!!!mark netflix isnt best for show showbox and projectfee tv got it now it brillant show timeless setting up the char we know in younger years brillent show long may it last
01/28/15 at 07:50am
realguy your right. After watching the latest episode and seeing them using flip phones. This version is set in the time period you describe. I'm older and was thinking of the time the original Batman comics were written in the 60s. Like I said. I love this show and hope it continues for several seasons.
01/27/15 at 06:21am
I agree with Bub, that it lost its steam after that hiatus. Whatever happened to shows that began in September and ended the season in April or May for a summer hiatus? This mid season and end season and A and B season thing is very hard to follow. Never know when to look for a show we like or not.
01/24/15 at 04:15pm
"...Some slip ups in filming, i.e. A modern Satellite Dish on roof tops..."
Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't the show set roughly almost twenty years ago (mid-to-late 90's, based on how old everyone would be in the current day, Bruce Wayne early thirties, shown in his teens; the Penguin in his 40's, shown as a twentyish man, etc)? Satellite dishes were around in the 1990's. (I look for clangers too, but this ain't one of 'em.)
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