There are quite a few iconic moments in the Batman franchise. But for Fox's new prequel series Gotham, there's one scene that sets the stage for all of those future instances to come.
On the Set: Behind the scenes at Gotham
Based on the DC Comics characters, the series explores the origin story of James Gordon (Benjamin McKenzie), a detective in the Gotham City Police Department who battles the villains who made the city (in)famous. In our exclusive clip from Monday's premiere, Gordon sits with a young Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) minutes after the brutal murder of his parents.
Amy Acker, Sarah Shahi
Person of Interest's Shaw better get used to her new day job.
On the Season 4 premiere Finch (Michael Emerson), Reese (James Caviezel), Shaw (Sarah Shahi) and Root (Amy Acker) try— key word: try— to adapt to the new identities (and mundane jobs) protecting them from Samaritan. In our exclusive clip below, Shaw isn't so keen on spraying perfume at the local department store. But as Root tells her, they must trust the machine.
Melissa Rivers has spoken out for the first time since her mother Joan's death.
On Wednesday, Rivers wrote a WhoSay post saying, "As my son Cooper and I mourn the loss of my mother, we want to thank everyone for the beautiful cards and flowers conveying heartfelt messages and condolences, which continue to arrive from around the world and through social media. My mother would have been overwhelmed by the scope and depth of the love that people have expressed for her. It is certainly helping to lift our spirits during this time. We are forever grateful for your kindness and support in continuing to honor my mother's legacy, and for remembering the joy and laughter that she brought to so many."
Jim Nantz, Mike Carey
What's the best NFL stadium to eat at? Hands down Lambeau Field, if you ask the hosts of CBS' Thursday Night Football.
"I've got four games at Green Bay this year [and] I'm already training," Jim Nantz tells us in our video. "Brats, sauerkraut, [we have] all the fixin's up there in the back of our both. I like to eat while I broadcast. It's a little known secret I mute my mic and I let Phil Simms just go."
The Biggest Loser
Former NFL player Scott Mitchell, a contestant on The Biggest Loser: Glory Days, is about to get some sobering news from Dr. Huizenga.
The new season, which kicked off last week, features 20 former athletes trying to lose a massive amount of weight to gain back their lives. For Mitchell, a 12-year veteran of the NFL, the future seems grim with diabetes staring him in the face and a horrific history of his own father's death and an amputation resulting from the disease.
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Charlie Reina, Debra Messing, Josh Lucas
Like the song she belts out in the pilot, Debra Messing says her Mysteries of Laura character is a warrior.
"She's a badass," Messing tells us in the video below. "I love that she is the top of her game at work, she doesn't care what she looks like, she is deeply in love with her sons [and] no matter what kind of torture they do on the school or the babysitter or whatever, she always has their back."
Red Band Society
For the hospital kids of Red Band Society, death may be around the corner, but life is just beginning.
Set in the children's ward of a Los Angeles hospital, Red Band Society (premieres Wednesday, 9/8c, Fox) is about an unlikely group of friends who've come together — some begrudgingly — to face their life-threatening sicknesses. Zoe Levin, Charlie Rowe, Brian "Astro" Bradley, Ciara Bravo and Nolan Sotillo make up the Breakfast Club-like gang, while Griffin Gluck stars as a coma patient from whose perspective and narrative the story is told.
Rosie O'Donnell, Maia Mitchell
Rosie O'Donnell is returning to The Fosters!
"I'm doing three episodes in the second half of this season," O'Donnell told TVGuide.com after the season premiere of The View. "ABC has been very nice in allowing me the time to go do that. When I took this job, I made sure I could still do The Fosters because I like being recognized by 12-year-olds at the mall. They call me [my character's name] Rita, but still I don't mind."
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O'Donnell plays the strict but compassionate social worker and house mom at Girls United who became a mentor to Callie (Maia Mitchell) when she was living there. O'Donnell appeared in five episodes in Season 1 and reprised her role for two more earlier this season, guiding Callie as she found her birth father Robert (Kerr Smith). ABC Family declined to comment.