Published On: Thu, Mar 24th, 2016

‘Gotham’ adds Brian McManamon as Basil Karlo, aka Clayface

Gotham, the popular Batman prequel TV series on Fox is headed towards a season three, but they are still flushing out backstories to more villains and according to Comicbook.com, next up may be Clayface.

The new article reports that Brian McManamon has ben cast as Basil Karlo (a.k.a. Clayface) and will make his debut on a future episode of Gotham.

gotham_season 2 header_cast photoThey do note that “At this time it’s not clear whether he will actually become the shape-shifting villain known as Clayface or not, but with the equally outlandish Mr. Freeze recently being introduced on the Fox TV series, it wouldn’t really be surprising.”

The network just approved a third season of Gotham, praising the creative team: Bruno Heller as executive producer with Danny Cannon and John Stephens.

“It takes a very special team to tell the tales of Gotham. For the past two seasons, Bruno, Danny and John have masterfully honored the mythology ofGotham and brought it to life with depth, emotion and memorable high drama,” said David Madden, Fox’s Entertainment president.

Synopsis of new episode:

“After Gordon (Ben McKenzie) is removed from protective custody, he begins to face new threats and dangers inside prison walls. In order to survive, he must rely on a new friend, as well as Bullock (Donal Logue) and other outside help. Meanwhile, Penguin (Robin Lord Taylor) grows closer to his father (Paul Reubens), while his step-mother and step-siblings move forward with their own plans for the family.”

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