If you want resolution to the numerous hanging story threads from season 1 of Gotham
, you actually get a lot of answers and closed loops by the end of the season finale, "All Happy Families are Alike." But if you're angling for hope and hints that the show knew what didn't work and would aim to do better, at least narratively speaking, in the second season, well, then you will probably feel as unhappy as I do.
The mob war is resolved, Barbara seems to be unredeemable and Bruce takes his first step to becoming Batman. A lot happens, but almost none of it is likely to make you excited for the fall and the start of new episodes.