“Gotham” is one of the most highly anticipated shows this fall, and it is set to make a groundbreaking premiere. The show will have its world premiere at Comic-Con in July 2014. Let’s just say that people who will be at the Comic-Con this year are so lucky to witness the premiere of this show. Over the weeks, the show has released minor details about it, and this makes us even more excited than ever. Oh, the anticipation! Read on to learn more about the details of “Gotham’s” premiere.
The “Batman” prequel will debut together with three other DC Comics-based TV shows, “The Flash,” “Constantine” and “Arrow” Season 3. Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment are teaming up for their first-ever power block of panels at Comic-Con. “Gotham” will screen the pilot episode of the show along with appearances by the cast members and producers.
It may not be the Justice League for it’s something worth looking forward to. A lot of people are anticipating the premiere of “Gotham” as well as the other DC Comics-based TV series. However, “Gotham” still has no official premiere date, and the only thing we know is that it’s going to air every Monday night on FOX. Comic-Con will take place on July 24-27, 2014 in San Diego, and the world premiere of “Gotham” will happen on July 26, 2014.
This is going to be awesome, and we all know that “Gotham” is not just about Batman, but it is actually a story about the city of Gotham before Batman came. To read more about the show, click here.
What do you think? Do you think “Gotham” will be such a huge hit on TV? Are you excited for it? We definitely are! We know that this fall, our nights are going to be action-packed with DC characters showing on different channels. However, we do hope that these TV shows are on different schedules so we could watch all of them!
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