The 2 hour finale of “Gotham” season 3 is airing this Monday, June 5, which means we have new videos to enjoy. Watch below two previews, a sneak peek with Bruce and Alfred, and a featurette about Ra’s Al Ghul.
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A while ago, TVLine also talked to “Gotham” executive producer John Stephens, and revealed some spoilers about the end of the season:
Elsewhere, Raymond J. Barry (“Justified”) plays a shaman who “in a very iconic way” nudges Bruce toward his fate, while Ra’s al Ghul (“Deep Space Nine’s” Alexander Siddig), we come to realize, “has been a presence in Bruce’s life for a long time” — a revelation that sets the stage for any possible Season 4.
SEASON FINALE (JUNE 5, two episodes): Bruce meanwhile “takes his biggest step forward yet to becoming the Dark Knight,” and Selina “get her whip.” Reeer!
Tune in Monday, June 5, at 8/7c, on FOX!
A brand new trailer for Monday’s Winter finale of “Gotham” has been revealed today. If you haven’t seen the video yet and don’t want to be spoiled, be warned: the trailer shows a lot of scenes from the episode.
Click “Read More” to watch the video and see screen captures in the gallery.
A new featurette for Monday’s episode of “Gotham”, “Red Queen”, was released, and while it’s about Jim Gordon and Barbara Kean, there are some other characters appearing if you watch the video in slow motion… See the featurette below, as well as screen captures (beware of SPOILERS!).
TVLine posted exclusive spoilers about “Gotham” season 3, including David Mazouz talking about Bruce’s doppelgänger. Read more below:
David Mazouz is high on “5,” as in the nickname sported by Bruce’s doppelgänger. “People are thinking he’s an evil version of Bruce, but he really isn’t,” says his portrayer. “He’s a guy who was created for a very specific purpose, and he’s ‘lost’ when we find him in Season 3.” Other baddies, however, remain quite bad. Evoking the comic books, “You are going to see how the villains have become more and more part of the fabric of the city,” says exec producer John Stephens. “It’s become less of the police show that it was in Season 1” — especially with Jim Gordon now working as a bounty hunter. (The villains in fact have a new haunt to call home — Sirens, a nightclub run by Barbara and Tabitha and featuring the hypnotic Jervis Tetch aka The Mad Hatter as a main attraction.) The big story, though, revolves around the Court of Owls, glimpsed last spring. “That storyline is going to be upsetting, especially, as you’ll see, at the end of Episode 4,” Stephens warns.
BONUS SPOILER!: No, that was not General Hospital villainess Constance Towers playing the Court of Owls’ masked leader last May. “There is some physical similarity,” Stephens notes, “but you will see who it is in Episode 2.”
“Gotham” returns on September 19, at 8/7c, on FOX.
“Gotham” executive producer John Stephens teased some spoilers about the third season of the show, including something about Bruce’s doppelgänger first seen in the season 2 finale:
In addition to adding three new faces for Season 3 — The Mad Hatter, a young villainess “who uses her sexuality to entrap men,” and an ambitious female journalist — there is the looming matter of who/what we glimpsed at the close of the May finale. EP John Stephens teased the reveal of Bruce Wayne’s emo doppelgänger as “a development that is in line with all the other story we’ve been telling [in Season 2], but one piece that we’ve kept hidden,” adding that with the release of Strange’s bus full of monsters, “the nature of the city of Gotham will change.”