Gotham Boss on the Batman-Centric Series Finale: 'It Means We Told the Story Properly'

TVGuide.com | 4/25/2019 | Megan Vick
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The Dark Knight has officially arrived on Gotham, and there could be no more fitting goodbye for TV's most insane comic book show.

For over five years, Gotham has been telling the story of the city that built one of the greatest heroes of all time. We've gotten to know infamous villains like Penguin (Robin Lord Taylor), The Riddler (Cory Michael Smith), and "J" (Cameron Monaghan), as well as Bruce's (David Mazouz) makeshift family — Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie), Alfred (Sean Pertwee), and Selina Kyle (Camren Bicondova).

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After banishing Bane (Shane West) and Nyssa al Guhl (Jaime Murray) in the penultimate episode, Gotham's final hour jumped 10 years into the future to the opening of the new Wayne Enterprises building. As we caught up with all of our friends (and foes) in their future lives, whispers about the return of Bruce Wayne began to make their way through the city, but the only glimpses we got of our billionaire hero was when he was slipping through the shadows, already in his Batman cowl.

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While we hear Bruce's voice through the Batman voice-changer at a couple of points, we don't get a real shot of him until an all-important scene between him and grown-up Selina (Lili Simmons), signaling the beginning of the next chapter of their relationship. The final shot of the show is Bruce, in all his Batman glory, standing over the city, ready to protect it in a way he was never able to when he was a young teen.

TV Guide caught up with Gotham executive producer John Stephens about the final episode's iconic moments — and a potential way to see these characters again.

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What was the motivation behind not allowing anyone to see grown-up Bruce except off-screen? Was it to keep the intrigue or...
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