The Scarecrow will be replaced by a different actor when he appears next in “Gotham.” FOX

“Gotham” Season 4 reintroduced the Scarecrow (Charlie Tahan) during its first few episodes back, but the villain was immediately caught by Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie) and the cops of Gotham City.

It seems like the Fox show has tied up the Scarecrow storyline in a neat little bow, but like most villains, he definitely will be back to cause havoc again - one way or another.

According to TV Line, the Fox drama is actually looking for a new actor to take over the role of the villain for the latter part of the season. It’s also possible that the Scarecrow isn’t really the Scarecrow, and he could just be a cover for another villain.

This isn’t the first time “Gotham” replaced their actors. One character who has been played by two actresses already will actually be played by a new one during the second half of Season 4.

Ivy Pepper was originally played by Clare Foley during the first few seasons of “Gotham,” but they replaced her in Season 3 with Maggie Geha since the show needed a grown-up version of the character.

This Season 4, another change is expected from Ivy as Geha was replaced by Peyton List. Fans cannot understand why the actress had to be replaced again, since Geha and List are close in age.

In order to shed light in the matter, executive producer Bryan Wynbrandt talked to Comic Book. “The change was all based on the idea that she’s continuing to evolve to become more of the Ivy from the comic books and what we really enjoyed,” he said. “What’s been really cool about her character, and Maggie was so great, was you had Clare [Foley] for the first iteration be the child who is trying to find her way in the world. Then when she evolves into the second iteration of Ivy played by Maggie. She is amazing and embodied sort of a fun kind of comic and zany quality to her who then starts to see that she wasn't being respected so she wanted to do something about that.”

But after consuming poison, Ivy is no longer funny and zany. Wynbrandt said she’s a force to be reckoned with, so they needed a new face for the character.

“In this third evolution you're going to see a really self possessed, really scary and driven version of the Ivy character, who is intent on kind of making the world in the image she sees it should be, which is the green world. The world where the plants rule and people are an after thought,” he said.

“Gotham” Season 4 airs Thursdays at 8 p.m. EST on Fox.