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Published On: Sat, Jan 7th, 2017

Cameron Monaghan returns for ‘Gotham’ season 3, Jerome rumored to become more like Joker

Fans were frenzied with the introduction of Cameron Monaghan’s vicious Gotham villain, Jerome, who was presumably meant to serve as a younger version of the psychotic Joker. Of course, Jerome was murder in season 2, so fans will be shocked to her Jerome is back.

Jerome has been confirmed to make a comeback in an episode titled “Ghosts.”

The official synopsis: THE THINGS THAT HAUNT US ON AN ALL-NEW “GOTHAM” MONDAY, JANUARY 16, ON FOX

Cameron Monaghan as Jerome, the proto-Joker

Cameron Monaghan and Paul Reubens Return

Falcone places a hit on Gordon after learning that he shot Mario. Gordon and Bullock discover a follower of Jerome (guest star Cameron Monaghan), who plans to bring him back to life. Meanwhile, Penguin spirals out of control before the biggest television interview of his Mayoral career, and Bruce and Selina deal with Selina’s mom’s return to Gotham in the all-new “Mad City: Ghosts” episode of GOTHAM airing Monday, Jan. 16 (8:00-9:01 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (GTH-312) (TV-14 L, V)

Monaghan has also been busy teasing fans on social media with very Joker-esque photos, with several of them hinting that Jerome will be taking on an appearance similar to the “faceless” New 52 iteration of the Joker.

Check out one of the photos below.

Gotham stars Ben McKenzie as the young James Gordon with Donal Logue as Det. Bullock and David Mazouz as the teenage version of Bruce Wayne with Sean Pertwee as Alfred.

The younger version of villains are Camren Bicondova (Catwoman), Robin Lord Taylor (Penguin), Cory Michael Smith (Riddler) and Jada Pinkett Smith as Fish Mooney.

Gotham returns on January 16, 2017.

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