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Gotham Sneak Peek: Milo Ventimiglia's 'The Ogre' Moves In on Gordon's Girl (VIDEO)

Originally posted 04/20/2015 01:00PM

With Gotham's newest villain aware that he's under investigation by none other than Jim Gordon, Jason Lennon – otherwise known as "The Ogre" – moves in on the person Jim loves most: Barbara.

In an exclusive sneak peek at this week's episode of Gotham, we see that Jason (Milo Ventimiglia) has managed to charm his way into Barbara's (Erin Richards) home.

Despite the fact that Jason is clearly up to no good, Barbara seems bored by her "society" life and intrigued by the danger.

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Milo Ventimiglia on His Gotham Arc, Heroes Reborn and, of Course, Gilmore Girls

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Milo Ventimiglia on His Gotham Arc, Heroes Reborn and, of Course, Gilmore Girls

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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Jada Pinkett Smith Is Leaving Gotham

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Jada Pinkett Smith Is Leaving Gotham

Originally posted 03/06/2015 05:15PM

Jada Pinkett Smith – or the mobster Fish Mooney – will say goodbye to Gotham after season 1.

The actress, 43, revealed Friday on Live with Kelly and Michael that she doesn't think she'll be back in the second season to reprise her role as the hotheaded nightclub owner.

"I signed for a year, and the year is up," she told the hosts. "But, there are some great things coming ahead on Gotham – believe you me, there's a lot of good stuff coming.”

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Gotham First Look: Jada Pinkett Smith's Fish Mooney Has a Brand New Eye

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Gotham First Look: Jada Pinkett Smith's Fish Mooney Has a Brand New Eye

Originally posted 02/27/2015 11:20AM

In an attempt to gain control of her dire circumstances, Fish Mooney (Jada Pinkett Smith) stabbed out her own eye on Monday's episode of Gotham.

Now, PEOPLE has your exclusive first look at what Fish will look like once Dr. Dulmacher (Colm Feore) has his way with her, and the results are striking.

Now sporting a brand new electric blue eye, we have to wonder from which prisoner the good doctor borrowed from – and what his intentions are.

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Gotham's Jada Pinkett Smith Talks That Scene and Her Own Comic Book Past

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Gotham's Jada Pinkett Smith Talks That Scene and Her Own Comic Book Past

Originally posted 02/23/2015 09:00PM

If there's anything that Fish Mooney (Jada Pinkett Smith) covets – more than reclaiming her nightclub and more than taking Gotham for herself – it's control.

Despite being locked in a prison that harvests the organs of its prisoners, however, Fish was able to reclaim at least a tiny bit of control on Monday's episode of Gotham, though it was pretty hard-won.

In an exclusive chat with PEOPLE, Pinkett Smith, 43, talked all about Fish's need for control, the superhero comic book she wrote in her twenties (in which she'd want her daughter, Willow Smith, 14, to play the title role in a movie) and how she draws from "Dark Jada" to play Gotham's most resilient character.

Spoilers for "Red Hood" are below! You've been warned.

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Gotham Showrunner: 'This Is Very Much the Beginning of the Joker Saga'

Gotham Showrunner: 'This Is Very Much the Beginning of the Joker Saga'

Originally posted 02/16/2015 07:40PM

The Joker saga has officially arrived in Gotham, but don't get too excited – we may not meet the man himself for a while yet.

On Monday's episode, "The Blind Fortune Teller," we meet a character named Jerome (Shameless's Cameron Monaghan) who bears a chilling resemblance to Batman's archenemy, the Joker.

In a conversation with PEOPLE, Gotham showrunner Bruno Heller could not confirm whether Monaghan is, indeed, playing one of DC Comics' most iconic villains; however, Heller did confirm that this is no "red herring" – this is the beginning of the Joker saga.

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Gotham Sneak Peek: Watch Officer Gordon Interrogate a Man Who May Be the Joker

Originally posted 02/13/2015 06:00PM

Has the Joker arrived in Gotham?

A preview for Monday's episode sent Gotham fans buzzing when it intimated that a character played by Shameless actor Cameron Monaghan seemed pretty eerily similar to the Joker character as interpreted by Heath Ledger in The Dark Knight.

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Ben McKenzie: I'm 'Great in Bed'

Ben McKenzie: I'm 'Great in Bed'

Originally posted 12/18/2014 07:30PM

Ben McKenzie has just confirmed all of our teenage, O.C.-centric dreams: He's great in bed.

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Review: Gotham Is a Treat – Even If You Don't Like Batman!

Fall TV Review: Gotham Is a Treat – Even If You Don't Like Batman!

Originally posted 09/22/2014 11:00AM

Batman fans are in for a treat with Gotham – but not because they are Batman fans.

Fanboys (and fangirls) were in a tizzy when Fox announced that it had picked up a series that would serve as an origin story for the city that will one day be protected by the Dark Knight. The Comic-Con crowd devoured every detail about which characters from the DC comic would be incorporated into the series and eagerly awaited the chance to watch a young Catwoman, Riddler, Penguin and Poison Ivy in action.

And all those fan-favorite characters are in on the fun of Gotham, but at its core, this new drama is a procedural cop show that is worth watching even if you don't know Bruce Wayne from Bruce Jenner.

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People Picks: Get Ready For How to Get Away with Murder,  Lady Gaga & Tony Bennett's New Album & More

People Picks: Get Ready For How to Get Away with Murder, Lady Gaga & Tony Bennett's New Album & More

Originally posted 09/10/2014 04:00PM

A dozen cool things to see, hear, read and download this week

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