Gotham Spoilers: The State of the City in Season 2 and Selina Kyle’s New Crew

By Kitin Miranda | 2 years ago
Gotham Spoilers: The State of the City in Season 2 and Selina Kyle’s New Crew

The DC Television Universe, in the last year or so, has increased its presence, in terms of live action adaptations, in leaps and bounds. First, “Arrow” paved the way for viewers to welcome in Oliver Queen and his crusade to save Starling City, with the help of several friends. “The Flash” raced his way into the viewer’s hearts and paved the way for generous crossovers with “Arrow,” which gave birth to a brand new show entitled “Legends of Tomorrow.” This fall, “Supergirl” will try to fly her way onto the small screen and beyond. However, there is one show instead of showcasing superheroes, showcases a different kind of superhero and a budding one, as well as a showcase of some of the most iconic rogues ever to grace the walls of the DC Universe. This show is none other than FOX’s “Gotham,” whose second season, according to reports, will continue to get darker, and will continually and progressively show how several characters, including Selina Kyle’s (Carmen Bicondova) ended up the way they are most known for. Read on to learn more about what will be happening next in the second season.

The season finale of “Gotham’s” freshman run saw the beginnings of several of Batman’s iconic villains, including the rise of Penguin, and a young Catwoman, as her younger self, Selina Kyle (Carmen Bicondova). They began associating more and more with figures such as the recently deceased Fish Mooney (Jada Pinkett Smith).

However, according to the preview on TV Guide, it seems that more and more villains will be encountered, and the show’s major players will be more developed. They inch step by step to being the people that they were meant to be in the Batman franchise.

According to the report, the show’s executive producer, Bruno Heller, stated that starting from the second season, the show will become more intense. It will show the city’s transformation into the city that Batman currently operates in.

Aside from teasing the beginnings of iconic characters such as the Joker in the second season, according to an interview in the recently concluded Comic-Con with Bicondova, Screen Rant reported that Selina will be seen going around with several new villains. They will be featured in the second season, who according to Screen Rant, will be in the persons of Tabitha Galavan (Jessica Lucas) or the Tigress and her brother, Theo Galavan, who will be portrayed by James Frain.

According to Screen Rant, executive producer John Stephens mentioned that the Tigress will inform Selina’s future Catwoman as the young villainess in training, fresh from losing a leader in Fish Mooney, will begin to look up more towards her.

Aside from this, Stephens mentioned that the “big bad” for this upcoming season, who manages to orchestrate things from behind the scenes, isn’t really a villain, but rather, is misunderstood.

TV Guide also teased that the young Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) will be forced confront a harsher and darker world. It was after discovering his father’s secret study room He will find Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie) as a beat cop, while his partner, Harvey Bullock (Donal Logue), will no longer be on the force.

Are you looking forward to the second season? Who do you think the new “big bad” for season two is? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

And that was all for the updates and spoilers what will be happening next on FOX’s “Gotham”. For more news, updates and spoiler on FOX’s “Gotham” and other returning shows, keep on following Movie News Guide (MNG).
Catch “Gotham” when it returns on FOX on Sept. 21, 2015, at 8:00 p.m.

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Kitin Miranda enjoys writing, learning new things, telling stories, and doing theater. When she is not busy with her many projects, she can be found reading a good book, writing poetry or fiction, updating her blog, discovering new food places around her neighborhood, or watching American or Asian TV shows.