Watch Ben McKenzie and the Cast of ‘Gotham’ in this SAG Foundation Video

Fans of Gotham are eagerly anticipating the return of the series after a few weeks hiatus tonight on Fox (although don’t get too excited — after tonight the next episode won’t air until January 19). Shortly before the series went on hiatus, several of the main cast members participated in a conversation for the Screen Actors Guild Foundation moderated by Damian Holbrook from TV Guide Magazine.

Featuring Ben McKenzie (Jim Gordon), Jada Pinkett Smith (Fish Mooney), Victoria Cartagena (Renee Montoya), Cory Michael Smith (Edward Nygma), and Andrew Stewart-Jones (Crispus Allen), the cast spoke about working on the popular series, including how they were cast in their roles and their advice for actors.

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