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There's romance ahead as the detective continues cleaning up his act, and the actor marvels at his experiences as the GCPD's increasingly good bad boy.
Ben McKenzie and Robin Lord Taylor discuss the latest Penguin-related twists set to impact this Monday's episode of Batman prequel "Gotham."
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.
New character posters for Fox's "Gotham" tease the pre-Batman looks for a young Poison Ivy and a suave-looking Riddler.
With the character portrayed in comics as everything from a corrupt to compromised cop, Donal Logue explains that his Bullock will straddle the line.
"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.
The actor responsible for bringing Harvey Bullock to life explains that "Gotham" creates a world that needs "a vigilante to come and save it."
Following set pics surfacing earlier this week, Warner Bros. TV has released an official Logue-as-Bullock promo photo for Fox's "Gotham."
New, spoilery "Gotham" photos offer a first glance of Harvey Bullock and Oswald Cobblepot along with series lead Detective Jim Gordon.
Donal Logue talks his new role as Detective Harvey Bullock, saying there's a "huge moral quandary" between his character and Gordon on "Gotham."
Donal Logue will be part of Fox's "Gotham" series after all, with reports stating he'll play Detective Harvey Bullock, Gordon's partner.
The latest casting rumor says TV veteran Donal Logue has been offered the part of James Gordon on the in-development Fox series "Gotham." UPDATED with a denial from Logue.
The stars of NBC’s cop drama “Life,” Damian Lewis and Donal Logue, discuss their show's new season, its conspiracies and mythology, comic books and Logue’s own comic book movie background.