GOTHAM: Erin Richards on the final season and her directorial debut – Exclusive Interview

Erin Richards as Barbara Kean in GOTHAM - Season 5 | ©2019 Fox/Justin Stephens

In GOTHAM’s fifth and final season, Episode 9, “The Trial of Jim Gordon,” airing Thursday March 7 on Fox, is a special one for series regular Erin Richards. This is not so much because something major happens for Richards’s character, the volatile Barbara Kean, although that’s entirely possible. After all, Barbara has gone from being the girlfriend of Detective Gordon (Ben McKenzie) to psychotic serial killer to gang leader to ambivalent warrior who is pregnant by Gordon, courtesy of a one-afternoon-stand reunion. Barbara has major turns on a regular basis. However, the reason that GOTHAM Season 5 Episode 9 really […]Read On »

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GOTHAM: Donal Logue and Cory Michael Smith give the scoop on the final season – Exclusive Interview

Cory Michael Smith in GOTHAM - Season 4 - "A Dark Knight: No Man's Land" | ©2018 Fox/Giovanni Rufino

GOTHAM, Fox Network’s drama about the journey of young Bruce Wayne (played by David Mazouz) to becoming Batman, is in its fifth and final twelve-episode season on Thursday nights. The series will culminate in an episode that shows Gotham City and its denizens ten years later, when Batman finally comes into his own, as do his enemies. Most of the major cast and creatives do a Q&A panel for the Television Critics Association press tour, and then everybody starts hugging each other. From all evidence, it seems like they’ve all loved their time on the show, their characters and one […]Read On »

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GOTHAM: Robin Lord Taylor chats Season 4 of playing the Penguin – Exclusive Interview

Robin Lord Taylor in GOTHAM - Season 4 | ©2017 Fox/Tommy Garcia

As Fox Network’s Thursday-night GOTHAM heads towards its Season 4 finale, the title city is descending into chaos, courtesy of the mad followers of proto-Joker Jerome Valeska (Cameron Monaghan). This doesn’t sit well with the more organized criminal mastermind Oswald Cobblepot, aka the Penguin, who is played by Robin Lord Taylor. In an exclusive phone interview, Taylor gives his thoughts on Season 4 and the state of Oswald’s relationships with the other GOTHAM characters. ASSIGNMENT X: GOTHAM executive producer/show runner John Stephens said that you just brought such sympathy to the character of Oswald that we wound up rooting for […]Read On »

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GOTHAM: Sean Pertwee chats Season 4 and all things Alfred – Exclusive Interview

Sean Pertwee in GOTHAM - Season 4 | ©2017 Fox/Tommy Garcia

On Fox Network’s GOTHAM, now on Thursday night in its fourth season, Sean Pertwee plays Alfred Pennyworth. Alfred, as anyone who knows anything about Batman is aware, is the unquestionably loyal butler and guardian to Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz), who is steadily becoming more invested in crime-fighting, though he has not yet become the Caped Crusader. GOTHAM unsurprisingly has a cult following. Pertwee came to the series already accustomed to to the concept of fandom. Not only has the London-born actor appeared in a number of projects that have developed their own admirers – the films DOG SOLDIERS, EVENT HORIZON […]Read On »

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GOTHAM: Showrunner John Stephens chats Season 4 – Exclusive Interview

Ben McKenzie in GOTHAM - Season 4 |©2017 Fox Broadcasting Co./Tommy Garcia

In Season 4 of GOTHAM, on Fox Network Thursday nights, the titular city is teetering on the brink of chaos. Youthful Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) has secretly started fighting crime, but has not yet become Batman. Dedicated cop and future Batman ally Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie) is now captain of the GCPD, but secrets weigh heavily on his soul. The latest threat to the locals: Jerome Valeska (Cameron Monaghan), leading up a band of dangerous escapees from Arkham Asylum, threatens to drive the city into madness. John Stephens, who has been an executive producer on GOTHAM for its entire run […]Read On »

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GOTHAM: Alexander Siddig talks the return of Ra al Ghul – exclusive interview

Alexander Siddig as Ra al Ghul in GOTHAM | © 2018 Tommy Garcia/FOX

In Season 4 of GOTHAM, Thursday nights on Fox, it appeared that young Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) had killed Alexander Siddig’s character, the enigmatic and nefarious Ra’s al Ghul. However, this is GOTHAM, where the dead don’t always stay dead. Moreover, Siddig remains in the opening credits and has appeared in previews for future episodes, so it seems Ra’s isn’t done tormenting the future Batman just yet. The Sudan-born, English-educated Siddig has major genre cred. Siddig spent seven years as Dr. Julian Bashir in STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE. Other genre work includes REIGN OF FIRE (dragons), PRIMEVAL (dinosaurs), the […]Read On »

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GOTHAM: David Mazouz talks about when Bruce may become Batman – Exclusive Interview

David Mazouz in GOTHAM - Season 3 | ©2016 Fox/Kevin Lynch

David Mazouz [pronounced Da-VEED Ma-ZOOZ] is now in his third season of playing the young Bruce Wayne on Fox Network’s GOTHAM, Mondays at 8 PM. For those who are somehow totally unfamiliar with DC Comics mythology, Bruce will grow up to be Batman. He’s already meeting youthful versions of his future adversaries, including Oswald Cobblepot/the Penguin (Robin Lord Taylor), Edward Nygman/the Riddler (Cory Michael Smith) and, perhaps most significantly, not-yet-Catwoman Selina Kyle (Camren Bicondova), a street-smart thief who is Bruce’s age. This season, Mazouz is playing two roles – there’s Bruce, and then there’s an unworldly, pain-resistant copy of Bruce, […]Read On »

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GOTHAM: Ken Woodruff gives the scoop on Season 3 – Exclusive Interview

Ben McKenzie in GOTHAM - Season 3 | ©2016 Fox/Kevin Lynch

In Season 3 of GOTHAM, Mondays on Fox Network, Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) discovers he has a lookalike with a very odd background, the heroic Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie) has gone from being an upright police detective to a cranky bounty hunter and Oswald Cobblepot/the Penguin (Robin Lord Taylor) is running for mayor. Things in the city that will one day be Batman’s are decidedly odd. GOTHAM executive producer Ken Woodruff talks all these changes and more. ASSIGNMENT X: The subtitle for the first part of GOTHAM Season 3 is now “Mad City,” but it was originally “Heroes Will Fall.” […]Read On »

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GOTHAM: David Mazouz talks about being young Bruce Wayne and Season 2 – Exclusive Interview

David Mazouz in GOTHAM - Season 2 - "Worse Than A Crime" | ©2015 Fox

In Fox Network’s GOTHAM, which just aired its winter finale, Bruce Wayne is a young teen who is not yet Batman, though he gives every indication that he will be one day. David Mazouz, however, has thoroughly embodied Bruce from Day One of the dark series, adapted by Bruno Heller from the D.C. Comics. Los Angeles native Mazouz (first name pronounced Dah-veed), now age fifteen, had previously starred as the preternaturally gifted son of Kiefer Sutherland’s character on two seasons of Fox’s TOUCH. The audience could hear his thoughts, but he only spoke aloud to other people at the very […]Read On »

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GOTHAM: Cory Michael Smith on the enigma of being the Riddler- Exclusive Interview

Cory Michael Smith in GOTHAM - Season 2 | ©2015 Fox/Nicole Rivelli

When we first met Cory Michael Smith’s character Edward Nygma in GOTHAM, Mondays at 8 PM on Fox, he was a shy morgue worker with a fondness for riddles and a crush on female coworker Kristen Kringle (Chelsea Spack). Hard-working detectives Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie) and Harvey Bullock (Donal Logue) don’t worry about Ed and young Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) doesn’t really register Ed’s existence. Then Edward finds that Kristen’s cop boyfriend Officer Dougherty is abusing her, one thing leads to another and Ed finds that he’s that startled perpetrator of a bloody murder. He begins to see and hear […]Read On »

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