TV News: Gotham, Will, Bus, Locke, Girlfriend

“Gotham” executive producer John Stephens has confirmed that the show’s upcoming fourth season will see Ben McKenzie’s Jim Gordon targeting the vigilante antics of young Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) once he deals with The Penguin and Sofia Falcone’s hold on the city. He does confirm latter episodes will see Jim Gordon and a masked Bruce Wayne going head to head. [Source: DC All Access

TNT has cancelled its contemporary styled 16th century period drama “Will” after one season. Laurie Davidson starred in the story of William Shakespeare before he became one of the most famous playwrights of all time.

Olivia DeJonge, Colm Meaney, Jamie Campbell Bower, Mattias Inwood and Ewen Bremner co-starred in the series which managed only 392,000 viewers per episode – the lowest-rated TNT original series that was on the air this past season. [Source: Variety]

The Magic School Bus Rides Again
Netflix has unveiled the trailer for “The Magic School Bus Rides Again,” its ‘reimagining’ of the iconic educational science-comedy-adventure series “The Magic School Bus”.

Kate McKinnon and Lily Tomlin lend their voices as Frizzle and her older sister Professor Frizzle respectively. Lin-Manuel Miranda sings the theme song for the series which debuts on the streaming service September 22nd.

Locke and Key
Megan Charpentier (“IT”) has scored the role of daughter Kinsey Locke in Hulu’s upcoming TV series adaptation of Joe Hill’s comic series “Locke and Key”. “IT” director Andy Muschietti helms the pilot and executive produces alongside Hill and Carlton Cuse.

The story revolves around three siblings who, after the gruesome murder of their father, move to their ancestral home in Maine with their mother Nina (Frances O’Connor) only to find the house has magical keys. A devious demon also wants the keys, and will stop at nothing to attain them. Jackson Robert Scott co-stars. [Source: Deadline]

The Girlfriend Experience
Starz has revealed a new first look at the fourteen-episode second season of the anthology series “The Girlfriend Experience” based on Steven Soderbergh’s 2009 film of the same name.

The series will follow two parallel stories (one in New Mexico, one in Washington DC) each focusing on entirely new characters, relationships, plotlines and locations while exploring the price of intimacy and its emotional consequences. The series returns Sunday, November 5th.