TVLine Items: Gotham's Bruce Gets New Gal, POTUS' Daily Show and More

Goodbye, Jenkintown. Hel-lo, Gotham.

The Goldbergs’ Natalie Alyn Lind has signed on for Season 2 of Fox’s crime drama in the role of Silver St. Cloud, who is, in keeping with DC Comics lore, a potential love interest for Bruce Wayne.

Per EW.com, Silver is “an ethereal beauty with the pristine manners of a Gotham debutante,” who is drawn to Bruce because she, too, lost her parents at a young age — but she also has “a heart beating with dark intent.”

Gotham returns for Season 2 on Monday, Sept. 21, at 8/7c on Fox.

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…

* President Obama will make his seventh and final appearance on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart next Tuesday, July 21, Comedy Central announced Friday.

* Sean Teale (Reign) is set to star in Incorporated, Syfy’s espionage thriller pilot from Matt Damon and Ben Affleck’s Pearl Street Productions. In the potential series — which is set in 2062, where companies have unlimited power — Teale will play Ben Larson, an employee at mega-corporation Chrysalis, who is determined to climb the ladder of success and rescue the woman he loves, per Deadline.

* Joy Bryant (Parenthood) and Chris Diamantopoulos (Silicon Valley) have joined the cast of Amazon’s pilot The Good Girls Revolt, about the women’s rights movement that took place at Newsweek in the 1960s. Per Deadline, Bryant will play civil rights activist Eleanor Holmes Norton, while Diamantopoulos will play Newsweek editor Oz Elliott.

* Calling all campers! Netflix has released a new teaser for its upcoming Wet Hot American Summer series, in which the Camp Firewood staff members introduce themselves: