Gotham Renewed for Final Season That Promises to Reveal [Spoiler]

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For one, this will definitely be the last lap for Gotham, with the new run confirmed to be only 13 episodes long, which is just enough to push the total count to 100, the golden number which would make it viable for syndication. Gotham is now made by Fox, the same studio that got rid of Brooklyn Nine-Nine before NBC came to the rescue. Having gained a final season, fans are excited to see the show finally transform Bruce Wayne into the iconic superhero. The series is produced by Warner Bros. The decision came at 8:00 PM ET on Sunday, mere hours before the FOX upfronts in NY on Monday and a few short days before the epic season 4 finale that will lead directly into season 5.

Fox has renewed Gotham for a fifth - but "final" - season, culminating with David Mazouz's Bruce Wayne transforming into Batman, according to Deadline.

Gotham scored a last-minute renewal from Fox on Sunday.

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To-date, the series has told the origin stories of some of the most recognisable characters from the world of DC. Thus far, all of Fox's new half-hour orders are multicamera comedies as the network pivots to a broader direction ahead of the corporate company's sale to Disney (which includes studio 20th TV).

Gotham fans received bittersweet news regarding the future of the show. "Good work guys." Other than Bruce finally becoming Batman, the show's writers haven't given fans many indications about what storylines will be included in season five.

The show always premieres in Fox's traditional late September release window, usually right around the autumnul equinox.

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