The Girl of Steel is now assuredly heading to CBS this fall.
This week, the show stood on its own, and that’s a very good thing.
Throw some comic book mythology in with more training for the future Batman, and you have this week’s episode.
We got a lot of hints about the future in this episode, which may not be good.
Jonathan Crane’s destiny is galvanized, and the Gotham underworld continues to evolve.
The show hints at the future for DC Comics’ master of fear.
Jim Gordon is back where he belongs, but he doesn’t get any time to get used to it.
With several plotlines coming to a head this week, does this episode knock it out of the park?
The mid-season finale is all about British beat-downs as Alfred is unleashed.
Harvey Dent makes his first appearance in ‘Gotham,’ while Bruce and Selina properly meet for the first time.
You might think that kid has a temper…and you’d be right.
Sometimes, flashbacks can be damned lazy.
A deeper look into the gruff Detective makes for a pretty solid viewing experience.
A lot of stories were told in this week’s episode, but did that make it unbalanced?
A familiar locale arrives in a new flavor…but is that a good thing?