FOX is yet to renew Gotham for season 4


The release date for Gotham season 4 — Pending

This article has the most up-to-date info on the status of Gotham season 4 as we continuously monitor the news to keep you in the know. FOX is yet to make a decision on its future. Subscribe to our automatic updates below.

Basic info and cast

Gotham is an American criminal drama TV show based on characters from the DC Comics’ Batman franchise. Developed by Bruno Heller, the series is produced by DC Entertainment, Primrose Hill Productions and Warner Bros Television, with Danny Cannon, Bruno Heller, John Stephens, Ben Edlund and Ken Woodrugg executive producing. The first season premiered on FOX in 2014, and the most recent 22-episode third installment kicked off on September 19, 2016.

Gotham tells the story of the young James Gordon (Ben McKenzie) and follows his career from the time he became a new recruit in the Gotham City Police Department onwards. James got paired with veteran detective Harvey Bullock and tasked with solving some of Gotham City’s highest profiled cases. The current season features Gordon becoming a bounty hunter and seeking to deal with the consequences of the season 2 Indian Hill experiments. Mario Falcone, Leslie Thompkins and Jervis Tetch all play an important part in the events of the third season. Additionally, a bus of unidentified monsters was let loose in the end of season 2, so they may spring out from around the corner at any time, complicating the characters’ lives. It has been rumored that Mad Hatter might be joining the cast along with Tweedle brothers and Solomon Grundy along with possible appearances by Bane, Talon and Joker, so the season is bound to be action-packed and intense.

Critical acclaim, ratings and potential renewal

The series has enjoyed great critical acclaim from the outset, boasting an 82% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and 8/10 on IMDb. It has a received a 2014 Critics’ Choice Television Award for the Most Exciting New Series and a 2015 Gracie Award for Outstanding Drama and numerous nominations. The first two installments averaged 7.56 and 5.37 million viewers respectively, while the current third season debut drew an audience of 3.9 million. Will the engaging series manage to keep audiences in suspense and coming back for more? Fans will need to stay tuned to find out. It’s still too early to tell whether Gotham will return for season 4, but it seems that the chances of a renewal are very high. FOX has not made any statements yet regarding further commission, so please stay tuned for the latest news.

Latest news

UPDATED November 30, 2016: Among the numerous key events of the explosive Gotham midseason finale that aired on November 28, 2016 were a mother-daughter reunion, the beginning of a full-scale civil war, a wedding, an important kiss, and the Jim-Lee-Mario triangle developing into a full-scale standoff. Be assured, life in Gotham will not be quite the same when the series returns on January 16, 2016 to air the remainder of the third season. “Mad City: Beware the Green-Eyed Monster” drew an audience of 3.65 million viewers and a 1.1 demo rating, so let`s see what everyone is up to in mid-January 2017. Sign up for our automatic updates if you`d like to receive a reminder one day ahead of Gotham`s return with the second part of season three.

Gotham Season 3 Episode 12 Promo

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