The superhero TV landscape hasn't quite felt the same since Gotham completed its five-season run last year.
Airing on Fox for half a decade, the show attempted to give fans an insight into the life of DC Comics' most popular hero, showcasing all of the tragic and trying events that turned Bruce Wayne into Batman. However, after experimenting with realism, goofiness and just about every genre the character has ever dabbled in, the creatives behind the show just threw caution to the wind and evolved their gritty Batman prequel into a wacky Elseworlds tale.
By the time it hit its third season, Gotham was unlike anything else on television - and, in the end, it was all the better for it. It may not have appealed to as wide an audience as it once did, but it developed a passionate fanbase who cared a great deal about the uniquely-layered characters and the ridiculously wacky adventures they experienced.
Speaking of which, Gotham had one of the biggest ensembles on TV as it explored Batman's rich line-up of heroes and villains in great detail. But just how well do you know them? Can you name your Dark Knights from Clown Prince(s) of Crime? Let's find out...