David Mazouz, Ben McKenzie, Jada Pinkett Smith and Bruno Heller attend the GOTHAM Series Premiere event on September 15, 2014 in New York City. Cindy Ord/Getty Imagesfor Fox Broadcasting Company/AFP
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Ben McKenzie expects viewers to tune into the premiere episode of Fox's Batman prequel series, "Gotham," on Monday.The challenge is to get viewers to tune in week after week, because there will be no caped crusader fighting injustice. Instead, "Gotham" (8 p.m. EDT) focuses on McKenzie's young police Detective James Gordon as he tries to keep his moral compass in a corrupt city.McKenzie said there's a story worth telling.McKenzie's breakout came in 2003 on Fox's "The O.C". He played Ryan Atwood, a teen from the wrong side of the tracks with good intentions and a penchant for white tank tops who is invited to live with a wealthy family in Orange County, California.With "Gotham," McKenzie is the lead -- and it's a position that he's comfortable with.McKenzie hopes viewers will share his perspective.
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