Gotham Season 5
Gotham season 5 started airing on Thursday, January 3, 2019. Subscribe below for season Five fan alert to get a short reminder email the day of the season finale — Apr 25, 2019. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S5E10 I Am Bane
next episode S5E11 They Did What?
The season consists of 12 episodes.
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Major Batman Character Revealed As Final 'Gotham' Villain - Heroic Hollywood - via Heroichollywood
Gotham has had its share of incredible villains with some beginning their decent into darkness in the show’s first season. Gotham revolves around a young Bruce Wayne and Jim Gordon along with other Batman supporting characters. These have been great villains for Gotham‘s final season, but it appears that there is a major Batman character who has been pulling the strings these past few episodes. If you have not caught up with Gotham‘s most recent episode, there may be huge spoilers ahead.
Gotham: Bruce Wayne Unveils a Treasure Trove of Utility Belt-Style Gadgets - via Cbr
Now, Fox has released the promo for Gotham's penultimate episode, which will see Nyssa and Bane's army declare all-out war. But a desperate union between Jim Gordon, the GCPD, Penguin and the Riddler may not be enough. No, to save everyone, Gotham City will need a caped crusader.
Gotham season 5, episode 11 release date: When will Gotham return? - via Express
The official Fox synopsis for They Did What? reads: “Nyssa Al Ghul (played by Jaime Murray) has ruined Gotham's chances of reunification with the mainland, all of her desire to avenge her father.
Gotham Images Reveal Best Look At Cameron Monaghan's Final Joker - Heroic Hollywood - via Heroichollywood
With FOX’s Batman prequel series set to conclude this season, the series will finally see David Mazouz complete his journey as he dons the Cape and Cowl and officially becomes Batman while Cameron Monaghan’s Jeremiah becomes The Joker proper.
Gotham Finally Reveals the Joker's Origin Story | CBR - CBR - via Cbr
For a time, it was nearly impossible to guess the Batman origin series' ultimate plan for the Clown Prince of Crime. However, ever since the start of this final season, it seemed clear that Gotham would deliver on its purple and green promise. Now, with the Fox series' latest episode, the fittingly titled "Ace Chemicals," we finally have the answer: Yes, Jeremiah Valeska is the series' one, true Joker.
Previously on Gotham: Jeremiah warns a skeptical Gordon of more destruction coming Gotham's way, and Gordon is forced to make a potentially devastating decision. Meanwhile, Barbara rallies together a team to secure her position, as alliances in the underworld shift and prove no one can be trusted. Then, Bruce is forced to come to terms with the future.
What is going on with Edward Nygma? Whatever Hugo Strange did to him after the fight with Lee must’ve altered his mental state or body chemistry. The Riddler didn’t make a grand return yet as a result of the mystery–we need the riddle maker to come back and show his evil presence. In fact, this new grandiose <...> - by The Young Folks [Justin Carreiro]
Gotham is delivering its craziest premise as a curtain call here. Or maybe I should say "craziest thing that can happen to the city before Batman is even an idea in Bruce's brain." A decade from now, when Batman arrives on the scene, Gotham will have already endured a time when it was an abandoned wasteland run by <...> - by IGN Movies [Matt Fowler]
Tabitha Galavan lets her quest for revenge against Penguin get the better of her, and she meets her end at his hand. What has up to this point been a pretty exciting episode then takes a giant leap forward, as all of a sudden the stakes are much higher. The only subplot not really working as-is would be Bruce and <...> - by Tell-Tale TV [Nick Hogan]
At its heart, the story of Batman is one of a rich, privileged kid turning the murder of his parents into a mission to rectify the injustices of all the corrupt systems that operate within a city. That’s a compelling, poignant story to tell, if Gotham can commit. There’s smatterings of political and social <...> - by AV Club [Kyle Fowle]
Who’d want to leave? Everybody’s here, and every baddie’s got a neighborhood. Penguin (Robin Lord Taylor) owns the ammo factory, so he lives in Art Deco splendor in City Hall, feeding his dog overcooked steak while his starving minions serenade him. Barbara (the wonderful Erin Richards) has massive stores of food <...> - by Entertainment Weekly [Darren Franich]