Fox announced today that its Batman origin series Gotham will be back for a second season, Variety reports. It's another renewal success from DC Comics' push for TV screens; last year DC put out three shows, including Constantine on NBC, The Flash on CW, and Gotham on Fox. So far, The Flash and Gotham have been renewed. According to Variety, renewing Gotham seems like an easy decision for Fox with the show pulling in an average of 10.6 million viewers.
Constantine may also be renewed, but will have much more of an uphill climb. NBC halted production of the show last November after 13 episodes. Meanwhile, DC isn't slacking on the big screen. DC and parent company Warner Bros. countered Marvel's insane movie plan with 10 of its own superhero films that are set for release through 2020.
Correction: This story originally indicated that The Flash was awaiting renewal. In fact, it was renewed for a second season earlier this week. We regret the error.