The “Gotham” Season 4 premiere has been titled “Pax Penguina” and will probably focus on the villain Oswald Cobblepot (Robin Lord Taylor). Fox

“Gotham” executive producer John Stephens just dropped a major spoiler for the show’s fourth season on Twitter.

Stephens posted a photo on Twitter of the script for the premiere episode, which is entitled “Pax Penguina.”

READ: ‘Gotham’ Season 4 schedule moved to Thursday

The episode will probably place the spotlight on Oswald Cobblepot, also known as the Penguin, and how he builds up his new nightclub called the Iceberg Lounge.

During the Season 3 finale, Cobblepot froze his nemesis Ed Nygma, now known as the Riddler, after they had another confrontation in the pier. It was there where the Riddler thought he had killed the Penguin for good, but Penguin managed to survive with the help of Poison Ivy (Maggie Geha). Cobblepot finally got his revenge when the Riddler was frozen there, and he will even use him as the centerpiece of his new lounge as a reminder of his past mistakes.

Next season, more exciting villains will surface starting with Cyrus Gold, the 19th Century man who eventually became the evil zombie named Solomon Grundy, according to Heavy.

Barbara Kean (Erin Richards) shot Butch Gilzean (Drew Powell) in the head after a fit of rage during the finale. When doctors were perusing his medical records, it was learned that his real name was actually Cyrus Gold. With Butch dead, it would open up a whole new storyline for the flesh-hungry villain.

On the other hand, Ben McKenzie, who plays Detective Jim Gordon for the series, would like the show to introduce a different character. “There are some villains that I’m a fan of that are in season four,” McKenzie told Comic Book Resources. “I’ve always been keen on the Scarecrow. It would be nice if the Scarecrow showed up.”

Fortunately for McKenzie’s character, Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) finally realized his true calling as the city’s savior. The Batman will probably help Gordon in giving Gotham City some justice and apprehending the bad guys.

“Gotham” has been renewed for a fourth season and will air every Thursday instead of its usual time slot on Monday.