01:20 PM EDT 04/17/2015
Originally posted 04/13/2015 05:50PM
Set to play a serial killer for a three-episode arc on Gotham, Milo Ventimiglia's Jason Lennon is a far cry from Peter Petrelli, the empath he portrayed on Heroes.
Nicknamed "The Ogre" – but not the one we know from the DC Comics universe – Jason targets young women in Gotham on a twisted quest for love. When the women he encounters don't meet his expectations, they become discarded in increasingly grisly fashion.
With the Gotham PD too fearful to investigate due to Jason's tendency to target the loved ones of any detectives who start poking around, Jason basically has free rein on Gotham's dating pool … that is, until Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie) – with more honor than sense, as ever – steps in.
Now that he's back in the superhero world, Ventimiglia, 37, tells PEOPLE that playing a villain is "fun in a different way" from playing someone like his Heroes character. The actor also reveals whether or not we can expect him to appear in the upcoming Heroes reboot, Heroes Reborn, and what he thinks happened to Rory (Alexis Bledel) and Jess after the series finale of Gilmore Girls.
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