The Final 'Gotham' Season Will Focus on Bruce Wayne's Transformation Into Batman

Deanna Kelley
May 15, 2018

TV Series "Gotham" has been renewed for a fifth and final season.

Gotham joins a roster of scripted dramas at the "new Fox" that includes Lethal Weapon, Empire, Star, The Orville, The Gifted, 911 and The Resident, plus new additions The Passage and Proven Innocent.

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Fox has renewed "Gotham" for a fifth and final season, Variety has learned. Being a Warner Bros. production, fans believed that Gotham would join Lucifer, The Exorcist, and many other series on the network's chopping block for next season. It struggled to pull in the DC Comics fans despite stellar writing and out-of-the-park acting performances. Season 5 will mark the final batch of episodes for Fox's Batman prequel, and the idea is that this will be the year that will "wrap up" Bruce's early journey to becoming Batman. David Mazouz, who plays Bruce Wayne on the show, wrote in an Instagram post that he was happy that the show would be able to finish the storylines they started in the series' first four seasons.

The network did not say how many episodes are in the order. That's actually been one of Gotham's features, and it'll be interesting to see how the show tackles the Batman transformation in this final season.

But fans of the show shouldn't despair.

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