Gotham Season 6 : This is an action crime drama series developed by Bruno Heller and based on the characters published by DC Comics. The series premieres on Fox and has till now completed five seasons. Every season has received generally positive reviews from critics, stating it to be a fun, dark, moody, and well-paced series.
Gotham season 5 premiered on January 3, 2019, and concluded on April 25, 2019, with a total of 12 episodes. This was the final season of the series where the fans got to see an appealingly stylized approach to Batman’s story.
However, Gotham Season 6 is what the fans want from the creators of the show. So here’s everything we know so far about the highly unlikely possibility of Gotham Season 6.
Gotham Season 5 Ending Plot:
Season 5 showed Bruce Wayne, played by David Mazouz transforming into Batman. Also, we got to see Jim Gordon, played by Ben McKenzie, evolving into a mustached lawmaker as depicted in the iconic DC Comics. The viewers were quite mesmerized by this.
Season 5 hardly left any question as it didn’t end on a cliffhanger. Also, the creators believe that everything has been covered and now there’s no plot left for another season. So unless something very unexpected occurs, fans shouldn’t be hoping for Gotham Season 6.
Gotham Season 6 Cast:
As of now, the series won’t be returning with the sixth season. But if under certain circumstances, it does happen in future, then we’ll most likely see the following cast appearing in it –
- Ben McKenzie
- David Mazouz
- Sean Pertwee
- Donal Logue
- Zabryna Guevara
- Lili Simmons
- Erin Richards
- Camren Bicondova
- Andrew Stewart Jones
- Robin Lord Taylor
- Cory Michael Smith
Gotham Season 6’s Renewal Possibility:
Gotham season 5 was the final season of the show that concluded in April 2019. Despite receiving praise for the performances, production, and writing, the ratings of the show began dropping considerably after having an initial high viewership.
So, the possibility of season 6 to happen is highly unlikely. Another reason for not renewing it further is that season 5 wrapped up with a proper ending instead of ending on a cliffhanger. Moreover, it consisted of 12 episodes, which was way less than the 22- episode orders of past seasons. From this we can make out that the finale was meant to end Gotham’s story, leaving no room for season 6.