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Exclusive Gotham First Look: Watch Alfred — Yes, Alfred — Kick Some A--

Sean Pertwee

Gotham viewers are about to see a whole new side of Alfred Pennyworth.

On Monday's midseason finale (8/7c, Fox) Alfred (Sean Pertwee) will have to go above and beyond his typical butler duties when assassins storm Wayne Manor looking for new houseguest Selina Kyle (Camren Bicondova). Despite Alfred's best efforts, however, Selina and Bruce (David Mazouz) wind up alone in Gotham — forcing Alfred to turn to the police for help... read more

On the Set: Go Behind the Scenes of Fox's Gotham

Ben McKenzie

After a summer of anticipation, Fox's Gotham has lived up to the hype to become one of the fall's biggest new shows.

Find out why Gotham was one of our Fall TV Editors' Picks

TVGuide.com visited the show's New York City set to chat with the show's stars and uncover all kinds of behind-the-scenes goodies. In case you missed it, you can check out all the videos from our trip to Gotham City below. read more

QUIZ: Who Said It on Gotham?

Ben McKenzie and Donal Logue

To say that Gotham has a way with words is an understatement.

The Fox drama is not only built on Batman's origin story, but cutesy hard-boiled dialogue that screams more "comical" (no pun intended) than "noir." Sample: "Scum-sucking toads! Where are they?!" Who talks like ...
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On the Set: Inside the World of Fall's Coolest New Hit Gotham

Bem McKenzie

Gotham city — Sources close to the Gotham City Police Department have confirmed that the crime rate in the area has nearly tripled in the past month. Many attribute this spike to the recent murders of billionaires Thomas and Martha Wayne, as well as rising interest in the city's infamous Arkham district, home of the failed Arkham Asylum and turf-war favorite of organized crime.

There are those, too, who blame the increase in back-alley homicides, child trafficking... read more

Fox Orders Full Season of Gotham

Ben McKenzie

Fox has ordered six more episodes of Gotham, bringing the freshman drama's order to a full 22-episode season, the network announced on Monday.

"Gotham debuted as one of the most buzzed-about shows of the fall, and with good reason," Fox Television Group Chairmen and CEOs Dana Walden and Gary Newman said in a statement. "Bruno Heller and Danny Cannon have created an incredibly rich world, with characters that draw you in and a cast that brings to life these heroes and villains in a way we've never seen before. We are so excited to see where Bruno, Danny and the entire Gotham team take this story over the course of this season, and so thankful to all the fans who have embraced it this fall."

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Law & Order: SVU Goes Back Into the Light After a Season of Darkness

Mariska Hargitay

It's understandable that Mariska Hargitay gets a little choked up when talking about the most recent season of Law & Order: SVU.

The long-running NBC drama kept viewers, and the show's leading lady, on its toes all season thanks to the #SaveBenson arc, which saw Olivia kidnapped, drugged and... read more

New Season Reviews: Gotham, Scorpion, Forever, Sleepy Hollow

Katharine McPhee, Elyse Gabel

Happens all the time in the Bat-verse: The bad guys get all the best material. And so it was in the beginning, or at least in the origin story as presented by Fox's stylish, vividly hardboiled Gotham (8/7c), an exercise in pulp-noir chic that, to be enjoyed properly, should be considered more Dick Tracy than Batman in approach.

As Robin might proclaim, if he were around (which he isn't): Holy corruption! The sordid Gotham City on display here reflects executive producer Bruno Heller's time spent on HBO's Rome rather than his sunnier stint with The Mentalist. This city of menace boasts a retro sheen cluttered with jarring contemporary details, projecting what's intended as an out-of-time (or timeless) quality to frame this iconic story. You know how it goes: Young Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz of Touch) is orphaned when his wealthy parents are murdered in a back-alley robbery, inspiring a lifetime devoted to vanquishing Gotham's most-wanted goons.

But that's another tale for another time, because the focus of Gotham is on clench-jawed, strait-arrow Detective (future Commissioner) James Gordon, played with a pugnacious dour solemnity by Ben McKenzie. read more

Gotham: 6 Things Fox's Batman Prequel Gets Right (And 3 Things We're Worried About)

Ban McKenzie, Donal Logue, Jada Pinkett Smith

Fox's Gotham is arguably the most anticipated new show of the fall season, but that doesn't necessarily mean it's destined to become a hit. 

The new drama, created by The Mentalist's Bruno Heller examines the city protected by Batman long before the Dark Knight was around to protect it. Stepping in as the city's hero is rookie detective (and future police commissioner) Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie) who, along with his cynical partner Harvey Bullock (Donal Logue), encounter nascent versions of the Batman franchise's villains, including The Penguin (Robin Lord Taylor), Catwoman (Camren Bicondova) and The Riddler (Cory Michael Smith), while investigating the murders of the parents of a 12-year-old Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz).

On the Set:  Go behind-the-scenes of Fox's Gotham

But as anyone who watched the first two-thirds of ABC's Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. — last season's buzziest new show — knows, creating a superhero TV series without a superhero can be tricky business.... read more

Fall TV Editors' Picks: Meet the Villains Who Run Gotham Without Batman

Gotham

Can a Batman series succeed without actually containing Batman? Fox hopes so with its new prequel series Gotham.

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Gotham Won't "Break the Canonical Iron Truths" of Batman Mythology

Ben McKenzie and David Mazouz

There will be no cape. There will be no cowl. Nevertheless, Fox's Gotham intends to stay true to the Batman comics that fans have come to know and love over more than seven decades.

Based on DC Comics characters, Gotham explores the origin stories of the Caped Crusader's eventual ally James Gordon (Benjamin McKenzie), a detective with the Gotham City Police Department, and his battle with the villains who made the city famous.

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