‘Gotham: Mad City’ Premiere: What Time & Channel Is the Show On?

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Robin Lord Taylor plays Oswald Cobblepot/Penguin on Gotham. (Jeff Neumann/FOX)

Gotham is back for another season of deconstructing the Batman mythos and creating all-new messes for Jim Gordon, played by Ben McKenzie, to get himself in and out of. Season three has been subtitled Mad City, although that could have also described the first two years. Read on to find out when the season three premiere airs on Fox.

In Mad City, we find Jim with a new job as a bounty hunter, roaming streets that are now filled with the animal/human hybrids Hugo Strange (B.D. Wong) was creating in the basement of Arkham Asylum. Among those hybrids is Fish Mooney (Jada Pinkett-Smith), who is back again to get under Penguin’s (Robin Lord Taylor) skin. A recent preview also revealed that Selina Kyle (Camren Bicondova) will create a surprising alliance with Fish. Meanwhile, Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) is still trying to get to the bottom of his parents’ murder and is slowly realizing that there’s a sinister council that runs Gotham behind the scenes.

PREMIERE DATE: Monday, September 19, 2016

TIME: 8 p.m. ET. (Gotham is followed by Lucifer, which is based off a comic published by the DC Comics imprint Vertigo.)

CHANNEL: Fox (To find your local Fox affiliate, click here.)

EPISODE DESCRIPTION: “Better to Reign In Hell…” – The Season 3 premiere finds Gordon working as a bounty hunter while seeking answers about the Indian Hill escapees, including why their powers appear to be killing them. In other events, Bruce’s doppelgänger roams the streets; and Barbara and Tabitha open a nightclub.


HOW TO STREAM AFTER IT AIRS: If you miss tonight’s episode, you can stream the episode online through the Fox Now streaming app, which is available for iOS, Android, Amazon and Windows devices. It’s also available on Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, XBox 360 and Samsung Blu-ray devices. Fox shows are also available to stream on Hulu, which requires a $7.99 monthly subscription.

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