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TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 21 – A Legion of Horribles

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 21 - A Legion of Horribles

By Megan Wilde

“A Legion of Horribles” certainly lives up to its name. There are a lot of horribles in this episode: Nygma! Firefly! Strange! Clayface! And Fish is back, bitch! This is a fun episode, if you don’t take it too seriously

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 20 – Unleashed

By Megan Wilde

This week, Gotham gets back to form with an episode that has lots going on and lots of action — and also more than the usual amount of meta, which I for one appreciate. “Unleashed” finds Azrael, well, unleashed, Bruce

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 19 – Azrael

By Megan Wilde

The episode name, “Azrael,” doesn’t lie — we see a lot of the character in this episode. It gives us his origin, and also a decent amount of him in action. It doesn’t really move the larger plot forward a

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 18 – Pinewood

By Megan Wilde

Gotham episode 18 entitled “Pinewood” is an interesting one, for many reasons. It gives us some more information — not all good — about the Waynes; it shows us a new Barbara Kean; it introduces an interesting new character, only to

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 17 – Into the Woods

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 17 - Into the Woods

By Megan Wilde

“Into the Woods” brings us back from the short break with a bang! A lot happens. Jim is the most interesting he’s been in a while, Nygma reveals his true self, Bruce plays Robin Hood, Barbara is awake, and Penguin

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 16 – Prisoners

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 16 - Prisoners

By Megan Wilde

This week, there are a few deaths — a couple real, one faked. “Prisoners” has a lot going on, furthering two main story lines: Jim Gordon in prison, and Oswald (as he prefers to be called now) and his newfound

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 15 – Mad Grey Dawn

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 15 - Mad Grey Dawn

By Megan Wilde

A lot happens in “Mad Grey Dawn”; this is a good episode. The Riddler gets pretty extreme pretty quickly, Penguin gains a father and a new family, Bruce gets beaten up and loses his fear, and Jim gets framed. There

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 14 – This Ball of Mud and Meanness

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 14 - This Ball of Mud and Meanness

By Megan Wilde

“This Ball of Mud and Meanness” feels like a season closer, at least at the end. It isn’t, but it has that “ramping up the excitement” feel. Some stories are tied up; others are set up; and the ending seems

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 13 – A Dead Man Feels No Cold

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 13 - A Dead Man Feels No Cold

By Megan Wilde

After last week’s introduction of two new villains, Mr. Freeze and Dr. Strange, “A Dead Man Feels No Cold” gives us a closer look at them. It’s a bit of an uneven episode, bringing some excitement with lots of looks

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 12 – Mr. Freeze

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 12 - Mr. Freeze

By Megan Wilde

The first episode back from the break amps up the villains with the introduction of two eagerly anticipated characters: Mr. Freeze and Dr. Hugo Strange. And thankfully, they are not just a tease — Fries features heavily in the episode,

CBTVB: Gotham Gets a 2nd Season

By Muuka Muyumba

Today, during the winter TCA press event, Fox executives announced renewals of several shows, including the freshman drama Gotham. Gotham is Fox’s first foray into DC Comics Entertainment television, and was the first show to center on Batman’s origin, as

CBTVB: BOOM! Studios Signs Exclusive Deal with 20th Century Fox TV

By Muuka Muyumba

BOOM! Studios is making a push into TV with a first look deal at 20th Century Fox TV for broadcast and cable projects. The studios roster of writers and producers will have access to source material from the entire portfolio