Ben McKenzie

Gotham: Ben McKenzie previews Gordon as a sad drunk in season 3

Gotham’s second season focused on the rise — and the wrath — of the villains. But what happens when a busload of Indian Hill prisoners is unleashed on the city? Well, if the season 3 tagline tells us anything, the city goes a little mad…even the heroes.

“It’s something we wanted to explore further: What makes heroes heroes, what makes villains villains, and what about Gotham changes people and drives good guys to the dark side?” executive producer Ken Woodruff tells EW. “That’s one of the things we were playing with a lot thematically this season.”

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Jim Gordon is on the run in exclusive Gotham sneak peek

You know Jim Gordon is trying to keep a low profile when he’s wearing a beanie. However, the thing about keeping a low profile is that you can’t exactly fight people in the middle of the street.

It’s a lesson that Gordon learns in an exclusive Gotham sneak peek, which sees Gordon help out a poor woman whose purse is about to be stolen … before hitting a cop and taking off. Hey, a guy’s gotta do what a guy’s gotta do. Right?

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Gotham airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET on Fox.

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Ben McKenzie talks Gotham's Jim Gordon: 'He pays a price for what he's done'

When Gotham broke for midseason, Jim Gordon was back where he started: In a scene that mirrored the pilot, he stood on the docks with a villain in his possession, but this time around, he pulled the trigger. And when we catch up with him for the second half of season 2, he’ll be paying the emotional — and potentially legal – price for that decision. 

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Galavan asks Gordon for an endorsement in exclusive Gotham clip

James Gordon isn’t willing to endorse just anybody — and especially not Theo Galavan, apparently. In a new clip from the upcoming episode of Gotham, Galavan (James Frain) butters Gordon (Ben McKenzie) up before asking him to endorse him for mayor. And he doesn’t get the answer he was looking for.

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