With New York Comic Con around the corner, a fan favorite television series has found a new streaming home. Recently it was announced that Fox’s 2014 Drama series Gotham has found a new Streaming Home.
According to ComicBook, Gotham was part of Netflix for years, similar to the CW’s DC Comic Book Staple, but now it has been picked up by Warner Bros Discovery’s HBO MAX Service as of September 30th.
Gotham joins other DC Shows such as Titans, Harley Quinn, Doom Patrol, Young Justice, and Pennyworth: Origin of Batman’s Butler (FYI, it’s sad that you have to add “Origin of Batman’s Butler” to the title to entice more viewers.)
Gotham debuted on Fox on September 22nd, 2014, and ended on April 25th, 2019. The series ran for five seasons and had 100 episodes. The series focused on Bruce Wayne’s (David Mazouz) journey to becoming Batman, and the early days of Gotham’s Police Department, including the rise of Batman’s Rogue Gallery. Batman and the characters in the Batman franchise were created by Bill Finger and Bob Kane, which is part of DC Comics.
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