Season 2, Episode 12
|Airdate||February 29th, 2016|
|Producer||Jim Barnes; Thomas J. Whelan; Rebecca Perry Cutter; Jordan Harper; Robert Hull; Ken Woodruff; Scott White; John Stephens; Danny Cannon; Bruno Heller; Annabelle K. Frost|
|Starring||Ben McKenzie; Donal Logue; David Mazouz; Morena Baccarin; Zabryna Guevara; Sean Pertwee; Robin Lord Taylor; Erin Richards; Camren Bicondova; Cory Michael Smith; James Frain; Jessica Lucas|
|Previous||"Worse Than a Crime"|
|Next||"A Dead Man Feels No Cold"|
"Mr. Freeze" is the twelfth episode of season two of the crime drama series Gotham, and the thirty-four episode of the series overall. This is the first episode of the series under the "Wrath of the Villains" subheading. The episode was directed by Nick Copus with a script written by Ken Woodruff. It first aired on the FOX Network on Monday, February 29th, 2016.
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- Gotham was created by Bruno Heller, based on concepts originally developed by Bill Finger and Bob Kane for DC Comics.
- This season is billed under the subheading of "Wrath of the Villains".
- This episode is rated TV-14. It contains strong language, sexual situations and violence.
- This episode is production code number 4X6212.
- This is the first full appearance of Nathan Darrow in the role of Victor Fries. He made a brief cameo appearance at the end of "Worse Than a Crime".
Comic connections Edit
- Although he may not be one of the most well-known of Batman foes, Professor Hugo Strange is actually one of the oldest adversaries of the caped crusader, and the first of Batman's villains to ever discover his true identity. Professor Strange first appeared in Detective Comics #36 in February, 1940 in a story titled "Batman Meets Professor Hugo Strange".
- Victor Fries is a DC Comics super-villain who goes by the code name of Mister Freeze. He was originally called Mister Zero and first appeared in Batman #121 in February, 1959 in a story called ""The Ice Crimes of Mr. Zero". One of the constants governing the character in most of his iterations is that he was a scientist who turned to crime while desperately trying to develop a process to save his terminally ill wife, Nora.
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