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The Headless Horseman may be gone, but Fox's supernatural drama will find its third season haunted by another iconic horror figure.
With "Gotham's" season two premiere imminent, here are some changes that could make this season even better than the first.
The revival's premiere episode will be screened at New York Comic Con on Saturday, October 10, long before its January debut date on Fox.
Wade Wilson and Negasonic Teenage Warhead kill some time together beside an overturned car in this latest photo from the "Deadpool" film set.
"Legends'" Caity Lotz teases a fight scene; Michael Shannon expands on General Zod's "Batman v Superman" role and more.
Comic readers know him as Commissioner Gordon, but Ben McKenzie's take on the character will apparently quit the force in the Season 2 premiere.
The future police commissioner gets himself in a little deeper when he asks "Gotham's" new crime lord for a favor.
If true, "Wonder Woman" could be structured unlike any other DC film; "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." and "iZombie" debut new images and more.
Theo Galvan addresses some of Arkham Asylum's most colorful inmates including Barbara and Jerome in a clip from the "Gotham" Season 2 premiere.
Fox has delivered three new TV spots for the Ridley Scott sci-fi drama, which stars Matt Damon as an astronaut stranded on Mars.
Robin Lord Taylor explains why he - and audiences - are so captivated by the dynamic between Oswald Cobblepot and Det. Jim Gordon.
Gal Gadot posted a candid pic of herself wearing her "Batman v Superman" hero's logo; Scott M. Gimple teases "Walking Dead" romance and more.
Fox has released a seven-minute recap of "Gotham's" first season in anticipation for the show's sophomore season, which premieres this month.
Danai Gurira calls the AMC drama's sixth season a "different roller coaster"; Lee says he didn't film his X-cameo alone and more.
In a slew of new photos from the season two premiere, new villains like Theo and Tabitha Galavan arrive and young Bruce Wayne explores a cave.
Oscar Isaac talks bringing Apocalypse to life; "Wonder Woman" gains the production name "Nightingale" and more.
The season premiere of "Gotham" is three weeks away, but a chunk of it -- featuring Jerome and Barbara -- is available to watch right now.
A new spot for the pre-Batman drama's second season teases that "monsters" are coming to "Gotham."
Cara Delevingne reveals that Margot Robbie gave her a "SKWAD" tat; new "Gotham" regular Drew Powell talks his promotion and more.
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.
Viola Davis' Amanda Waller may appear in multiple DC films; Jessica Lucas and James Frain bring "Gotham's" Galavans to life and more.
Grant Gustin talks "Flash's" mind-blowing new season; Chiwetel Ejiofor is ready to work with Cumberbatch and Swinton and more.
David Mazouz reveals that Bruce will be more active in season two -- although his Batman voice isn't quite ready yet.
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.
While it still hasn't been confirmed that Cameron Monaghan's character will become Batman's arch nemesis, this preview heavily suggests it.
Executive producer Danny Cannon revealed that James Frain's Theo Galavan is the origin of another well-known DC villain.
Get your first look at Michael Chiklis' "Gotham" character, Captain Nathaniel Barnes, in this season two photo.
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.
Ming-Na Wen's superspy may switch careers in "S.H.I.E.L.D." season 3; Jay Hernandez posts new "Suicide Squad" set pics and more.
20th Century Fox TV is developing a drama series based on the graphic novel created by Peter Facinelli and Rob DeFranco.
Ashmore spoke about his love of the X-Men franchise and how he'd be interested in playing Ghost Rider if he ever got the chance.
Spider-Man actor Tom Holland has been spotted in Germany; director David Ayer reveals his hardcover "Suicide Squad" script.
Fox has unveiled the first trailer for "Victor Frankenstein," a retelling of the Mary Shelley classic.
Michelle Veintimilla will play Bridgit Pike, a firestarter and vengeful supervillain who goes by Firefly, in two episodes this fall.
The studio has acquired the rights to the 2006 BOOM! Studios miniseries for "Anabelle" director John Leonetti
Jamie Lee Curtis made her Comic-Con debut, joining series co-creator Ryan Murphy and the casts of FX's "American Horror Story" and Fox's "Scream Queens."
"Arrow's" Wendy Mericle reveals if their Constantine is NBC's; Captain America, Black Panther and Winter Soldier seen on Berlin set and more.
"Captain America: Civil War" may start with a bang; Marc Guggenheim says Felicity will return to her old self in season 4 and more.
The "Sons of Anarchy" alum will return as FBI Agent Monica Reyes in Fox's "X-Files" revival.