'The Penguin' New Trailer: Colin Farrell's DC Villain Terrorizes Gotham 'The Penguin' New Trailer: Colin Farrell's DC Villain Terrorizes Gotham

Send out the Bat Signal, because Oz Cobb is terrorizing Gotham City once again.

Warner Bros. Discovery has released a new trailer for “The Penguin,” the spinoff series focusing on Colin Farrell’s titular gangster from DC’s “The Batman.”

Set immediately after the events of the 2022 blockbuster film, the eight-episode series charts the character once known as Oswald Cobblepot and his rise to power in the Gotham underworld to become one of the most notorious villains in the “Batman” universe.

Joining Farrell are Cristin Milioti as Carmine Falcone’s daughter Sofia, Michael Zegen as Carmine’s son Alberto and Clancy Brown as Salvatore Maroni, one of Gotham’s former top gangsters. Rhenzy Feliz, Michael Kelly, Shohreh Aghdashloo, Deirdre O’Connell, Carmen Ejogo, François Chau and David H. Holmes round out the cast.

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Lauren LeFranc (“Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”) serves as writer, executive producer and showrunner on “The Penguin,” while “The Batman” writer-director Matt Reeves executive produces through his production company 6th & Idaho. Farrell, Dylan Clark, Daniel Pipski and Bill Carraro are also executive producers, with Ravi Crohn co-executive producing. Executive producer Craig Zobel (“Mare of Easttown”) directed the first three episodes. Warner Bros. Television is the studio.

Production began in March 2023, but it was halted in June due to the Hollywood strikes, with shooting resuming the week after Thanksgiving.

A sequel to “The Batman,” titled “The Batman: Part II,” was delayed by a year and will now release in theaters on Oct. 2, 2026.

“The Penguin” is coming to Max this fall. Watch the full trailer below.

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