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Robin Lord Taylor explains why he - and audiences - are so captivated by the dynamic between Oswald Cobblepot and Det. Jim Gordon.
Young Bruce Wayne and Alfred head underground in search of the truth and Jim Gordon, Leslie Thompkins and more feature in their own "Gotham" portraits.
Ben McKenzie teases exactly when we'll see the cape and cowl on "Gotham"; "Legends of Tomorrow" EP talks Atom's costly armor and more.
Melissa Benoist posed for pics with an Oklahoma Girl Scout troop; Ike Barinholtz drops a hint about his "Suicide Squad" character and more.
The actor believes that the rockiness of the first season is behind the pre-Batman series, paving the way for a stronger Season 2.
Actor Ben McKenzie discusses Gordon's demotion, moral conflicts and messy relationships in Fox's "Gotham" Season Two.
The actors behind Jim Gordon and Bruce Wayne, the once and future defenders of Gotham City, sound off on the Season 1 finale's big reveals.
Ben McKenzie and David Mazouz discuss Season One with CBR, how Gordon and the future Batman's relationship has grown and how much further it has to go.
The actor unveils the rocky road ahead for Jim Gordon as "Gotham" prepares to introduce more of Batman's future nemeses.
The "Southland" veteran discusses the Ogre's reign of terror and Jim Gordon's shifting moral compass as "Gotham" wraps up its first season.
Milo Ventimiglia guest stars on "Gotham" as a serial killer called the Ogre, who strikes fear into the hearts of the Gotham Police Department.
Series stars Ben McKenzie and Donal Logue explain how serious of a threat the Scarecrow is to "Gotham" in a CBR-exclusive video.
Joe Manganiello may be up for Deathstroke; Paul Bettany talks going red for the Vision role and more.
Ben McKenzie discusses the changes in Jim Gordon, and how his current relationship with Bruce Wayne may one day impact his partnership with Batman.
Ben McKenzie and Robin Lord Taylor discuss the latest Penguin-related twists set to impact this Monday's episode of Batman prequel "Gotham."
Lex Luthor may play a role in DC's upcoming super villain team-up; "Fringe's" Adam Davidson will helm the new zombie drama and more.
A look behind the scenes of Fox's Batman drama preps viewers for war between the Falcone and Maroni mob families with Penguin in the middle.
With a kitchen sink approach to characters and a reliance on an ultra-serious tone, Fox's "Gotham" walks a rough line but holds a few intriguing twists.
Ben McKenzie describes the series' take on the iconic cop as a realistically idealistic defender of a pre-costumed hero and villain inhabited "Gotham."
"Gotham's" Ben McKenzie spoke at Comic-Con International about bringing a fresh spin to Jim Gordon and joining television's growing DC Universe.
The former "Southland" star takes on a more iconic cop role as he explores a whole new back story for Gotham City's most steadfast lawman.
The "Gotham" promotion continues a week before Comic-Con, with the show's James Gordon, Ben McKenzie, narrating a new 45-second promo.
New character posters for Fox's "Gotham" tease the pre-Batman looks for a young Poison Ivy and a suave-looking Riddler.
"Gotham" promotion continues with a 30-second clip spotlighting the show's young versions of Catwoman and Penguin, plus gang boss Fish Mooney.
"Gotham" showrunner Bruno Heller and the cast of "Gotham" discuss what to expect from the upcoming Batman prequel television series.
With "Gotham" set for Fox's fall 2014 season, the network has released new photos of the show's cast, including Ben McKenzie, Donal Logue and more.
Now that "Gotham" is official for Fox's 2014-2015 schedule, series lead Ben McKenzie revealed the first promo photo of the show's full cast.
Fox has picked up Batman prequel series "Gotham" as the third new drama for its 2014-2015 television season. UPDATED with extended, 2-minute trailer.
The latest "Gotham" reveal sees the first official look at Ben McKenzie as the Fox show's lead character, Detective James Gordon.
New, spoilery "Gotham" photos offer a first glance of Harvey Bullock and Oswald Cobblepot along with series lead Detective Jim Gordon.
"The O.C." and "Southland" alum will star in the Fox drama that will also follow a pre-teen Bruce Wayne and the rise of Batman's greatest villains.
Following a screening of the upcoming animated "Batman: Year One" film, executive producer Bruce Timm announced that next up is "The Dark Knight Returns."
Ben McKenzie's Bruce Wayne and Bryan Cranston's James Gordon headline the animated adaptation of Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli's "Batman: Year One" with Eliza Dushku and Katee Sackhoff as the first stills hit the web.