Jada Pinkett Smith’s Time is ‘Gotham’ Is Up

By April Lara | 2 years ago
Jada Pinkett Smith’s Time is ‘Gotham’ Is Up

Gotham’s” losing one main cast this season. We’ve seen her gouging her eyeball out with a use of a teaspoon just to gain some leverage again the crime world, she’s feisty and she’s a tough nut to crack.

Yes, it’s Jada Pinkett Smith who has just recently confirmed that she’s leaving “Gotham” after its first season. She plays the role of the Fish Mooney, a villain who is in the middle of the town’s mob scene.


Pinkett-Smith has confirmed this saying, “I did my year and I had a good time. The show is going to have an awesome finale!”

She also said that she only signed a one-year contract with the show and she has now fulfilled her contractual obligations. The question now is, how is she leaving the show? Is she getting killed off? Just recently, she donated an organ (specifically and eyeball) to survive but if she’s going to be killed off, that gruesome would be for nothing, then. Or maybe she’s to be taken away somewhere?

“Gotham” fans are already drumming up their own conclusions on how the show will end its first season and how they will let Fish Mooney exit it. Also, the creators of the show promised that they will deliver a shocking finale that would definitely make fans look forward to its next season.

Indeed, the show keeps getting better and better but it would be sad not to see Fish Mooney anymore next season. She has played such a huge role in the first part of the first season and she sure managed to capture our hearts. Nevertheless, she Pinkett-Smith portrayed the role very well. We couldn’t think of anyone else who could have done the role as well as her!

What do you think of Pinkett-Smith leaving the show? How do you see “Gotham” Season 1 ending? Let us know by posting your comments below!

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