During the spring 2017 season, I put a moratorium on doing episode-by-episode write-ups on the TV shows I was following. I felt like there were starting to get to be too many shows and that too many of the ones I was doing write-ups on had become comic book based. Obviously, I love that genre, but I wanted to take a step back and remember what it was like watching those shows normally. I also figured that there's more than enough people doing up to the minute coverage of this whole genre. So, I sat back and watched, and here were my takeaways from the season. 7591
Hugh Jackman's latest (and presumably last) outing as Wolverine isn't a great superhero movie, but it may be the best movie featuring a superhero.
Now that Theo Galavan is out of the picture and the Penguin is public enemy #1, things are a mess in Gotham. So, of course, Gordon heads back to the police force.
After they dropped Jerome in episode 3, I left Gotham on the back burner. Now that they've hit their winter finale, I've come back to see where the show is now.
This is the episode that made me stop watching Gotham for a while.
I had a luke warm feeling about Fox's Gotham after its first season, so I waited a week to jump back into it. Season 2 is going under the moniker, "Rise of the Villain". It's first two episodes take the show in a bit of different direction with "Damned if You Do..." and "Knock Knock".
The season finale sees the end of the gang war and the return of Fish Mooney.
The penultimate episode of season 1 wraps up the Ogre storyline and sees the Penguin finally make his move.
Turns out the Ogre wasn't a one-off villain. He's back in this episode and seems like he'll be in at least one more.
After a bit of a mid-season surge, Gotham returns to it's villain of the week format.