‘Gotham’ Season Three Will Take Bruce And Selina’s Relationship To A New Level


Batman is known for being a playboy, but one constant female interest that has managed to wrap him around her finger (claw, maybe?) is Selina Kyle aka Catwoman. Whether in the comics, animation, video games, or live action movies, Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle are always shown to have some sort of on-again-off-again romantic relationship outside of the typical hero/villain spectrum. Gotham‘s versions are no different.

Gotham‘s Bruce and Selina have had a couple small romantic moments throughout the first two seasons, but according to David Mazouz (Bruce Wayne), season three is going to bring their relationship to a new level. Mazouz talked their relationship and how it will progress into the third season.

“It’s great. I think that’s exactly what Bruce needs right now. He’s taking a step back from investigating at this point, and I think the thing is that he is growing up. The thing that [showrunners] Bruno [Heller] and Danny [Cannon] always say is that Bruce is going to grow up as I grow up. I’m becoming a man, and so is Bruce. What comes with manhood? Confidence, romance, those are things that he is going to explore with Selina.”

Selina has acted almost as a guide to Bruce in the show, giving him insight into the underbelly of Gotham. However as their relationship progresses and Bruce begins to become a man, he’s realizing that there is more to Selina than just street smarts.

“Now, at this point, he doesn’t really need her anymore [for that], but he’s still friends with her. So the question is why? The answer is that they have this connection, and this connection will only grow bigger. That connection will lead Bruce to be determined to take things to the next level.”

The attraction isn’t just from Bruce’s side, as he mentions Selina has been showing hints of affection for Bruce since last season.

“She’s definitely weirded out by [Bruce’s new approach], because she’s starting to feel certain emotions that she’s never felt before. We saw a little glimpse of it in season two when Silver St. Cloud was introduced; Selina was feeling a little jealous, but she didn’t understand why. Now, she’s just overwhelmed by the different emotions that are happening. I think that’s the main thing.”

One thing that is for sure is that Gotham is not exactly Paris in terms of romantic cities. We also know that Bruce and Selina’s relatioship isn’t all flowers and candy, so expect some more conflict to arise between the two as we move into season three.

Are you excited to see Bruce and Selina become closer in Gotham? Let us know what you think below.

Source: ComicBook.com

Josh Behr

Josh Behr

Jack of some trades, master of some others. That saying never really made a lot of sense to me.

  • UnBoxingJon

    Every time I hear anything about this show, I wish more and more that they would just stop making it.

    • PretenderNx01

      Every time I see comments like yours, I wish more and more that you would just stop existing.

      • UnBoxingJon

        With that level of wit, you should write for Gotham.

        • Thomas Ijon Tichy

          Unless you were aware of it before, let me point out that unqualified bashes in an article devoted to a certain show is extremely poor form.

          … and you thought your original comment displayed wit? *lmao*

  • Darthmanwe

    If this show won’t run for 10 years ( which it won’t, this isn’t supernatural), there is no point in sticking with the goddamn 1-year for bruce formula. They are doing all the villains while this Bruce still has to finish school, leave for journey across the world for training and come back….

    Gotham is fanfiction at this point, and not particularly well written fanfiction.

    • avaspeaks

      That’s not necessarily canon that Bruce leaves to “journey across the world for training” and come back. They may do the show up to that point when he decides to leave. Maybe he leaves for a year or so.

      The show is called Gotham. The show is a prequel. I don’t know what people were expecting, if they thought the whole “prequel” idea was a joke or was going to last for 6 episodes and then they jump into Batman.

      We may never see Batman on this show. IF we did, they would have to do a major recast with David and Camren and then do all the Batman stuff that some of these fans want.

      • Darthmanwe

        They promised us crime drama woth gordon. They said they wouldnt do too many villains and those that show up would make sense.

        Gotham left that premise at tenth episode of season 1.