Just when you thought the end of Game of Thrones Season 7 might cut you a break from must-see shows, in swoops fall TV with dozens upon dozens of new and returning TV series; enough to drive your DVR to self-immolation. Join us for a sneak peek!
We justifiably scoffed when Gotham star David Mazouz claimed “Batman is coming” in Season 4, but the young Bruce Wayne may not have been far off. A new Season 4 promo gives Bruce his very first costume, along with new looks at Scarecrow and more.
Well, if Bruce Wayne has finally taken to the streets and rooftops of Gotham, it makes sense he’d need new masked baddies. Our first Season 4 sizzle reel from Comic-Con hints at a full-fledged Scarecrow’s debut, while at least one villainess is back from the dead.
Gotham star David Mazouz minced few words to say “Batman is coming” in Season 4 (he’s exaggerated before), but the first Season 4 artwork definitely inches in that direction. The Knight is darkest before the Dawn, as a new Comic-Con poster reveals Season 4’s subtitle.
Even as we’ve given up the ghost of Gotham’s Bat-timeline ever making sense, Season 3 certainly rocketed along with its introduction of Ra’s al Ghul, and Bruce taking to the streets. Now, star David Mazouz definitively claims “Batman is coming,” noting that writers have accelerated their plans.
We don’t wish to alarm you, but you may see some DC superheroes at Comic-Con 2017. Not only have all the CW shows set their plans (including Black Lightning), but everyone from Young Justice to Krypton will be representing with panels and appearances. Get the full details!
The CW may have TV superheroes on lock, but FOX may give them a run for their money later this year. The full fall 2017 schedule has been announced, featuring X-Men drama The Gifted, Gotham Season 4, Lucifer and all your new and returning favorites.
We’re still reeling from the loss of Adam West, TV’s original Batman and “Bright Knight” icon of superhero fans. The actor lost a battle with leukemia this weekend, and now Batman co-stars Julie Newmar and Burt Ward weigh in, along with Family Guy producers and many more.
We’re not sure what’s in the Gotham water; that stars alluded to a Season 3 Harley Quinn cameo that never came to pass, but water is the least of Bruce Wayne’s troubles in Season 4. Instead, Monday’s two-part season finale revealed that a major DC baddie has been right under our noses all along, and will undoubtedly return next year.