With the cast of the 13-episode revival now set, we now know for sure which "Heroes" veterans won't be returning.
Milo Ventimiglia discusses his three-episode visit to Batman's home town as the Ogre -- the show's most charming, cunning and homicidal bad guy to date.
The "Southland" veteran discusses the Ogre's reign of terror and Jim Gordon's shifting moral compass as "Gotham" wraps up its first season.
Milo Ventimiglia guest stars on "Gotham" as a serial killer called the Ogre, who strikes fear into the hearts of the Gotham Police Department.
"This extremely dangerous man will do something terrible to someone Jim loves," teased "Gotham" star Ben McKenzie in the video.
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"Gotham" has added the "Heroes" veteran as the Ogre -- a new antagonist that shares a name with a DC Comics character.
The actor talks with SPINOFF about getting into character for the Jason Statham crime drama, his time on Heroes and whether fans will see Peter Petrelli in the NBC revival.
The Disney show's upcoming "Spider-Verse" event tie-in will include a Noir, Spider-Girl and Spider-Ham variations on the hero.
Writer/director Frank Darabont and stars Ed Burns and Milo Ventimiglia discuss the new crime drama Mob City, which premieres Wednesday on TNT.
TNT has given a six-episode order to L.A. Noir, the period-crime drama that reunites ousted Walking Dead showrunner Frank Darabont with his former stars Jon Bernthal and Jeffrey DeMunn
The Walking Dead alumni Jeffrey DeMunn and Andrew Rothenberg will reunite with former showrunner Frank Darabont and star Jon Bernthal for the TNT crime pilot L.A. Noir.
Heroes alum Milo Ventimiglia has landed a lead role in L.A. Noir, the TNT drama pilot developed by former Walking Dead showrunner Frank Darabont.