Gotham and Lucifer Return Tonight

After a fairly lengthy hiatus, November 28th to be exact, Gotham and Lucifer are finally back tonight.

Gotham’s “Ghosts” features the return of both Cameron Monaghan (Jerome Valeska) and Paul Reubens (Elijah Van Dahl). Plus in a bit of perfect casting, Ivana Milicevic (Maria Kyle) joins the fun after helping Bruce and Selina escape in the midseason finale. Later on Lucifer, another mother, the Devil’s mum (Tricia Helfer) continues to play her manipulative games. It’s not really a surprise Lucifer and Chloe’s meeting was predestined, right?

Do you watch both shows? Which is your favorite? Hit us up in the comments below and share your thoughts.

Check out FOX’s official episode descriptions…

Gotham (8/7c)
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. Cameron Monaghan and Paul Reubens Return.

Lucifer (9/8c)
After Lucifer and Chloe have an interrupted “moment,” the tension between the two of them makes it difficult to investigate the murder of two victims, who happen to be Lucifer’s ex-flames. Since Lucifer seems to be the only connection, interviews are conducted with his recent paramours and a surprising connection is made that helps lead them to the killer. Meanwhile, Charlotte continues to try and manipulate Chloe and Lucifer’s impending romance and a larger threat is revealed in the all-new “Stewardess Interruptus” episode of LUCIFER.

  • Interdimensional Dave

    Dropped Gotham but picked up Lucifer. The latter is more reality based. 😉

    • I don’t watch either show. Dropped Gotham in the first season and never watched Lucifer past the pilot. I do hear it’s a great show though.

      • Interdimensional Dave

        A big plus is the cast. They are all terrific.