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*Season 4 Episode 22: * A Dark Knight - No Man's Land

Aired: May 17, 2018

Synopsis: Jeremiah warns a skeptical Gordon of more destruction coming Gotham's way, and Gordon is forced to make a potentially devastating decision. Meanwhile, Barbara rallies together a team to secure her position, as alliances in the underworld shift and prove no one can be trusted. Then, Bruce is forced to come to terms with the future.


So Season 5 will be reportedly the last episode of the show. I for one am pretty bummed out because I love this show. I love the mash-up of the Batman vibe, the scene chewing, and the playing straight of all the madness that goes on.

So with the dawn of the new DC Streaming Service and the original content that will be featured there, Do you think we might get something like a young Batman series or something? David and Carmen do a phenomenal job as Bruce and Selina, as well as the entertaining Rogue's Gallery. I just hate to lose them.

On top of that, there's the Disney-Fox deal going through. I would assume the rights are going to go back to DC themselves to license out?


Does anyone know if there will be a promo of season 5 on Comic Con?


I was in deep thought just now about this show and its lifespan, and i just thought to myself if the entertainment industry was run by the QUALITY of the ENTERTAINMENT itself rather than the MONEY the ENTERTAINMENT produces Gotham would still be on the air past season 5 if it wanted to. Think about it, if the system was dictated by the attributes of good storytelling and entertainment then the TV shows with those attributes that make it worth watching would be pushed to the renewal list. (The judges on the XFactor don't judge a singer based on how many people are listening to that singer do they? No they decide the singers fate on the show based on how well they can sing) As apposed to the QUANTITY of viewers a particular show has, this is why you hear people with good judgement and know what there talking about always say "WHY ARE ALL THE GREAT SHOWS GETTING CANCELLED" it's because the entertainment business is motivated and runned by QUANTITY and MONEY so because of these motivations they set a system in place where the renewal possibilities for a show is dictated by the QUANTITY of viewers. If it was the other way around, better entertainment would be on our screens AND! It would give more incentive to create BETTER entertainment, which will spawn more money based on those motivations, rather than the reverse. But the current system just floods our screens with tons of CRAP because of the endless supply of bad judgment individuals who tune into the Kardashians every week. So its fuelled by over population if you really think about it..

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David flew to NY today (likely from LA)

Camren met his dog 4 hours ago (so within 20 hours you can check it on her Instagram story, through the Instagram mobile app only), so I guess the cast met today for table read of episode 1 (which starts filming next Monday according to showrunner Danny Cannons and Camren).

Further evidence is Cory "had a break from his TV show" in the NY studio.


As you can see here and zoomed in here, Victor only has a licence to smuggle, rob and kidnap, but not to murder. Isn't it weird that the Penguin doesn't give his top enforcer/hitman a licence to kill?

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