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Netflix is showing some of its muscle as of late and letting us all know it. One of those muscles it has to flex now is the anticipated new show launching ‘Gotham’. The series has left everyone wondering where they are going to go with the show as all that has been leaked is villain cameos. We know Batman will not be making any appearances in the show but they could be gobbling up ‘Gotham’ just to prepare for the onslaught of DC movies that will be coming out down the road.

Looks like they are dropping around $2 million an episode. What do you think are you going to be watching? Happy it will be on Netflix? Check out what Variety had to say below.

The pact is unusual not only because the series has yet to air an episode but because WB is granting Netflix multi-territory rights as opposed to the typical country-by-country dealmaking.

“In this era of new business models and expanding windows, this is an unprecedented deal for our company and our industry,” said Jeffrey R. Schlesinger, president, Warner Bros. Worldwide Television Distribution, in a statement.

Netflix proved its willing to take risks for what it perceives to be top-shelf content, as evidenced by the streaming service’s deal just last week with Sony Pictures Television for rights to the NBC drama “Blacklist,” which emerged as a hit during its first season.

Netflix ponied up a reported $2 million per episode to Sony for “Blacklist,” a sum sources say is in the neighborhood of what each “Gotham” episode fetched. But while “Blacklist” was strictly a domestic deal, the global nature of the “Gotham” deal makes this a far more lucrative payout.