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GOTHAM: Court of Owls Teased in New Poster for Season Three [Fox]

The Court of Owls Gotham Season Three Poster

Court of Owls is Watching in New Poster for Third Season of Gotham. When Gotham returns next season, the city will be under the watchful eyes of the Court of Owls. The Fox crime drama teased their arrival in Gotham City with this new poster for the anticipated third season.

Making their presence known towards the end of season two, the new season of Gotham will bring the Court of Owls to the forefront. We learned in the season finale that the cult group was behind the murder of Bruce Wayne’s (David Mazouz) parents. Speaking about the new season, executive producer John Stephens teased to Zap2It on what fans can expect. “We will dive much more deeply into them in Season 3,” the EP said. “The Court of Owls, this sort of illuminati group that’s been pulling the strings behind Gotham for centuries and might be the real culprits in the murder of Thomas and Martha Wayne, among other things.”

Introduced in 2011, The Court was a criminal group that has been a part of Gotham’s history for centuries. The criminal organization quickly became a popular group of villains in the comics who work in the shadows and usually send out their expert assassin, The Talon to attack the city.

The Court of Owls will be one of other famous villains coming this season, along with Mad Hatter, Solomon Grundy, a grown-up Poison Ivy, and more. Check out the new poster and let us know what you think.

The Court of Owls Gotham Season Three Poster

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