Fox‘s Gotham Beasts of Prey Review. Gotham City’s Podcast: The Gotham Podcast: Season 1, Episode 19: Beasts of Prey is an audio review in which FilmBook contributor Mike Smith discusses his reaction to the latest episode of Fox’s Gotham.
Gotham: Season 1, Episode 19: Beasts of Prey‘s plot synopsis (spoilers): “Despite Gordon’s warning, Bruce still goes after Reginald Payne with Selina’s help. Payne confesses that he was hired by Wayne Enterprises’ Board of Directors. When Payne threatens to tell the Board that Bruce is coming after them, Selina pushes Payne out the window after Bruce initially moves to then hesitates, presumably killing him. Gordon and Bullock investigate a cold case murder. Upon Nygma discovering a painting of a broken heart as the key evidence, Bullock realizes that the serial killer called “the Ogre” (Milo Ventimiglia) is behind the murder. Harvey then states that everyone who tried to investigate Ogre lost their loved ones. A flashback of a victimized girl reveals the killer’s motives and him keeping her prisoner for some time, until he realizes she isn’t a fit for his desire, so he kills her. Meanwhile, Oswald negotiates with a bar’s owner (Alaska McFadden) to do business, but his real intention is to kill Maroni in this bar. Mooney succeeds in escaping with the rest of the crew from Dollmaker’s island, but is shot during the takeoff by the Catcher. It is revealed that Gordon was set up by Commissioner Loeb, but Gordon still goes after the killer and threatens Loeb that he will be next.”
Gotham: Season 1, Episode 19: Beasts of Prey starred Ben McKenzie, Donal Logue, Zabryna Guevara, Robin Lord Taylor, David Mazouz, Sean Pertwee, Jada Pinkett Smith, John Doman, Camren Bicondova, and Cory Michael Smith.
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