GOTHAM Will Take Over Your Monday Nights; Plus A Boatload Of New Images Hit
Since Fox made the announcement that Gotham had been officially ordered to series, we’ve seen two trailers, a handful of character photos/stills, and received word that a few of the pilot’s supporting characters had been promoted to series regulars. Continuing the trend of getting news on DC‘s upcoming TV shows almost every day, Fox has announced when they are scheduling the highly-anticipated show and a whole slew of stills and character images have been released to whet your appetite even more.
With more updates coming every day on the shows all the networks have picked up for the upcoming season, news on when the new orders will be scheduled is starting to trickle out (via EW). Gothamhas been penciled in the Monday night slot for 8pm EST. That means you can still check out DC‘s other shows, Flash (likely on The CW on Wednesday or Thursdays) and Constantine (on NBC Friday nights at 10pm).
Along with the scheduling info, five stills from the show’s first episode have been released that gives us an even better look at characters like Harvey Bullock (Donal Logue), Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie), the recently orphaned Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz), Fish Mooney (Jada Pinkett Smith), and even Oswald Cobblepot (Robin Lord Taylor) getting roughed up. To go along with the new stills is a fresh batch of character portraits (via GeekTyrant). In addition to the characters popping up in the stills, we get nice shots of Camren Bicondova as Selina Kyle, Erin Richards as Barbara Kean (aka Gordon‘s future wife), Sean Pertwee as Alfred Pennyworth, and Zabryna Guevara (Sarah Essen). What do you think about the latest Gothamupdate?
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