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Edward Nygma/The Future Riddler
Detective James Gordon
Detective Nathaniel Barnes
Selina Kyle/The Future Catwoman
Oswald Cobblepot/The Penguin
Captain Sarah Essen
Professor Hugo Strange
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Gotham's willingness to shift focus, tell a larger story, and most importantly, get unabashedly silly, makes a solid case for tuning back in.
If you gave up on this Batman prequel after its early stumbles, consider returning: It's a much more assured, vastly more entertaining series now...
For the most part, all of Gotham is starting to feel like it belongs in the same TV show.
The flawed drama, the tired perspective and the derivative nature of Gotham do nothing but provide proofs to those who argue that pop culture needs to curb its enthusiasm for superhero stories and anti-hero wallowing.
They have shrewdly introduced new characters, and happily shed Jada Pinkett Smith's over-the-top crime boss.
Gotham is too silly to take seriously, but its mean-spirited nature makes it difficult for viewers to enjoy that silliness. What we're left with is a pale imitation of the darkness and depth that makes Batman's mythology such a rich world to explore.
For a piece of art that strives to be "fresh", it all feels worn, played out.
This is the most visually impressive superhero show on TV with its film noir-inspired style and lighting, out-of-time setting, and big action scenes on impressive city sets.
Gotham comes back for its second season even better than before. Featuring an ever-expanding cast of fascinating characters, the story arcs contained in this latest season are even more compelling than what we got from the show's onset.
The viewers who can't get over the changes are missing out on a treat. Gotham might change the Batman mythos, but few shows have captured the comic book aesthetic as well as the pulpy, cartoonishly violent Gotham.
The show's second-season subtitle, Rise of the Villains, is great news for the bad guys-who, as always, are the best reason to watch.
Audience Reviews for Gotham: Season 2
Aug 31, 2020Esta es la mejor adaptación de todas. No se admiten discusiones.
Aug 12, 2020The new antagonist is as bad as Fish was but the rest remains a blast. The show has embraced the insanity and it feels so good.
May 09, 2020This season made Gotham one of my favorite shows. It mostly drops the monster-of-the-week format and develops most characters in such an amazing way.
Apr 23, 2020Completely unrealastic show in every way. The main villains stay alive no matter what, especially Penguin who scoffs and kills right infront of police face and they do nothing. Cops can't shoot or wont shoot, bad guys rule all day and night. I wonder how Gotham never ran out of people to kill who arent viallains. I wish they followed their own story instead of being so predictable to who lives or dies.
Apr 12, 2020Gotham season two is a lot better Then the first, It understands the source material better My grade: A-
Feb 22, 2020Even better than Season 1 is Season 2 ; With All New Villains and Bruce Wayne finnaly coming closer to being Batman and even better preformances than last season!
Feb 13, 2020It was a bit better than season 1. Season 2, well not feeling like the same show at all times, sometimes super quirky and sometimes serious was a solid tv season. The one thing that was truly bad was the storyline with penguins dad.
Jan 14, 2020Gotham is still dark and gloomy. But even without Batman, surprisingly, the series keeps on working smoothly.
Dec 28, 2019Gotham is my favorite of all time
Dec 09, 2019The show has great actors and great Art. The whole show has a dark feeling to it, like most DC shows. And like other DC shows just blows marvel TV shows out of the water. What's curious if that in the big screen DC can't interpret is success, and there marvel is King. All I'm all a great must see show in my opinion.