Watching the show “Gotham” was not just watching an ordinary show but an entertaining experience. “Gotham” is quite an entertaining show in itself with plenty of twists and turns (see quick review below) yet it isn’t just a show that truly captured me but the marketing genius. The experience flows like a river down a stream
I DVR’s the show but to no avail as the commercials drew me in as well. They were sleek, action pact and truly knew the target market they were reaching. It became an experience that I couldn’t take a bathroom break in between. This is similar to the experience which many feel during the “Superbowl” where sometimes they ads can even be more entertaining then the action on the field (Superbowl blowouts). There is a certain art that is created when the Ad’s truly match the action on the screen and “Gotham” was able to create that art and in turn become my Monday night event.
Gotham tells the story of Batman and his world in his youth. It is truly interesting to see how these characters develop from their youth to the characters we know and love. The acting can be a bit overdramatic at times and the characters need a bit more flushing out but these problems are compensated by the action and twists and turns we witness on the screen. ***