We're still not entirely certain what to make of FOX's 'Gotham,' a new type of Batman origin story that highlights a young James Gordon (Ben McKenzie) at the center of the city's growing costumed madness, but showrunner Bruno Heller would have you believe we're about to see the best Batman yet, minus the Batman part. Plus, when might we see the likes of such Dark Knight staples as Harvey Dent and the Joker?
It's that time of year again, when the major networks begin picking up pilots and making final decisions on struggling series. FOX and NBC have already greenlit a number of new shows and taken others to the woodshed, but some of FOX's latest may surprise you: Seth MacFarlane's controversial 'Dads' is no more, along with the critically-adored 'Enlisted,' Rake,' and Christopher Meloni's 'Surviving Jack.'
Many were surprised by FOX's decision not to grant fall breakout hit 'Sleepy Hollow' an additional 8 episodes beyond the first 13, instead keeping quality higher with a smaller order. The same was to prove true of season 2, though new reports suggest that 'Sleepy Hollow''s second run could see as many as 15-18 episodes, while the new season also added 'West Wing' star Timothy Busfield as founding father Benjamin Franklin.
FOX's Batman prequel drama 'Gotham' has been burning a hole in the internet with the reveal of its first official trailer, just hours after the network officially announced the Dark Knight would rise again with a full series order. We combed through the footage with a detective's eye, so what Bat-secrets lie hidden in the world of FOX's 'Gotham'?
Just hours after being officially ordered to series, FOX's Batman prequel drama 'Gotham' has delivered its first official trailer, reintroducing Dark Knight fans to young incarnations of James Gordon and Bruce Wayne, along with such Bat-figures as Penguin, Riddler, Catwoman and even Poison Ivy. See how Batman begins anew with the first trailer for 'Gotham' right now!
We don't yet know quite what to make of 'The Simpsons' impending LEGO turn for Sunday's latest (and 550th) episode "Brick Like Me," but FOX is making sure there won't be much assembly required. Following the LEGO poster, FOX has released a full-length trailer for 'The Simpsons' blockiest episode yet!
'Almost Human,' almost renewed.
We hadn't quite kept up with the entirety of FOX's Karl Urban-Michael Ealy android cop drama, though the early episodes were promising enough and increased serialization brought stronger reviews from the fanbase. Alas, FOX has not proven as sympathetic with J.J. Abrams and J.H. Wyman's post-'Fringe' sci-fier, officially canceling 'Almost Human' after one season.
All season long 'The Simpsons' fans have dreaded the upcoming character death to hit one of the Emmy-winning cast's familiar voices, but it seems we have some time yet until the axe falls. A new interview with executive producers Al Jean and Matt Selman reveals that we won't know which character falls victim to the so-called "Yellow Wedding" until the season 26 premiere this fall, but have the suspects narrowed at all?
Last week we caught our first brief look at 'The Simpsons' in motion toward the world of LEGO, as Homer finds himself and the rest of Springfield "Brick Like Me" for the landmark 550th episode. Now, we have an even more head-turning look at the LEGO 'Simpsons' in a full poster spread on the family, as Homer falls to pieces in his new condition.