Gotham Cast
Cast members of the television series "Gotham" Donal Logue, Robin Lord Taylor, Morena Baccarin and Ben McKenzie (L-R) pose during Fox Broadcasting Company's portion of the Television Critics Association (TCA) Winter Press Tour presentations in Pasadena, California, January 17, 2015. Reuters/Kevork Djansezian

Order has been restored on "Gotham" following the events that went down in the two-part season finale. Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie) managed to will his way against the dreaded Tetch virus, but there were casualties along the way. They may not stay dead for long.

The reason behind that is because in "Gotham," the dead don’t stay in that state for long. The uncanny happened thanks to assistance from "Hugo Strange" (BD Wong) and blood donor "Jervis Tech" (Benedict Samuel). In the end, the people of Gotham returned to normal - including Lee Thompkins (Morena Baccarin) and Jim Gordon.

Among those killed included "Fish Mooney" (Jada Pinkett-Smith) after being accidentally hit by Jim Gordon. "Butch Gilzean" (Drew Powell) was shot in the head but somehow survived. He was last shown fighting for his life in the hospital where his birth name was revealed. He is also known as "Cyrus Gold," raising speculation that "Solomon Grundy" may be up next season, according to Screen Rant.

For the benefit of those unfamiliar with "Solomon Grundy," he is the villain that first appeared in the 1994 comics. "Cyrus Gold" is the real identity of "Solomon Grundy," a monstrous nemesis that Batman had to deal with on several occasions.

"Solomon Grundy" carried a zombie-like persona and his built fits in perfectly with "Butch." He evolved in the comic book and animated show renditions, a pale-looking creature who will always be up to no good. As far as "Gotham" goes, there could be changes in his persona.

The transformation of "Butch" to "Solomon Grundy" could shape him into a new muscled and hired gun, giving "Gotham" a new villain in season 4. It remains to be seen, however, if he and "Tabitha Galavan" (Jessica Lucas) will be reunited and if things will be the same as before.

"Butch" may be technically brain-dead with a supernatural event bringing him back to life. While most have seen the dead rise from the grave, a "Solomon Grundy" coming would make sense. For now, it would be best to take these as a grain of salt.

Aside from the "Solomon Grundy" possibility, there is "Bruce Wayne" (David Mazouz) to consider. Before the season final of "Gotham," "Bruce" saved a family from being mugged. The scene was pretty much similar to how he lost his parents. After bringing down the assailant, he went up the roof of building and took off his mask - a familiar scene when one things of "Batman" or the "Dark Knight."

Time and again, seeing Bruce evolve into "Batman" has been shot down, though that last scene is headed towards that direction. "Gotham" season 4 could see Bruce do some crime-fighting, meaning he could be a hooded vigilante less the other traits associated with the "Dark Knight."

With the things that young "Bruce Wayne" has gone through, such hints at a more mature and mysterious figure popping up next season. His relationship with "Selina Kyle/ Catwoman" (Camren Bicondova) will be under the radar as well, but both may eventually clash on opposite sides. Things may get complicated if their budding romance is rekindled, but such may not be surprising. "Batman" and "Catwoman" did have that in the comics, so the same could be up next season. As for the rest, expect new alliances, betrayals and twists once "Gotham" returns later this 2017.