Looks like we're not the only ones looking forward to "Gotham." The Fox series hasn't even premiered yet, but Netflix has already bought exclusive on-demand rights to the series in the US and assorted territories. According to Deadline, the seasons will show up on the streaming service after they've run on TV, which means that the first season probably won't be available until next fall.
Although Netflix hasn't revealed how much it paid for the series, last week the company snagged streaming rights to "The Blacklist" for a cool $2M per episode. Netflix will also be streaming "Better Call Saul" after the end of its first season on AMC, although the "Breaking Bad" spin-off doesn't even start until February 2015.
"Gotham" kicks off on September 22 at 8 p.m. EST, on Fox. Check out the latest teaser below, which features Ben McKenzie, Donal Logue, and Jada Pinkett Smith.
[Via The Hollywood Reporter]
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