It’s getting closer you guys! Fox is really driving up the hype for Gotham as it will return very soon to our screens! After we got a trailer of Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) starting his transformation, and then seeing how Edward Nygma (Cory Michael Smith) is becoming the man we all love in the pictures that have been release. We now see that they are not the only people in transition of their transformation! Fox just released a new trailer to the mid-season premiere and it looks so good. Take a look at the video below.
What is so exciting and thrilling about this trailer, is that you see so many things in just the minute they gave us. There are small details of villains finally breaking free. Did you spot all the villains in the trailer? If so, let us know in a comment below!
Also, did you see Selina Kyle? Wait, we’ll show you!
Doesn’t this look a lot like the Michelle Pfeiffer scene?
You do know what this means, right? Catwoman, will be born! But what will Selina Kyle (Camren Bicondova) find out to be pushed out of a window? So many questions, so little time. There are only 4 episodes left after the mid-season premiere and we have a feeling they are gonna make it worth it. At least we now know that we really are in for a treat.
Want to have a small recap? Fox also released a catch-up trailer of 8 minutes that will catch you up to the most important parts that you missed!
In case you forgot, there also has been a synopsis released for the mid-season premiere. You can read that below:
Nygma convinces himself that he doesn’t need Penguin to succeed and begins to introduce himself to Gotham as “The Riddler.” Bullock and Lucius Fox get caught up in Nygma’s mind games, while Gordon learns troubling news about his father’s death. Meanwhile, the Court of the Owls reveals its next move.
Gotham: Heroes Rise: How the Riddler Got His Name will air Monday, April 24 on Fox. Don’t miss out!
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