Gotham is a prequel and shows what happened in Gotham before Bruce Wayne became Batman. The ratings of the first season were alright. For that reason, the second season currently airs in the US.
Before the second season went on air, the first one was released on Blu-ray and DVD and it contains a nice bonus for fans: an Extended Version of the pilot. It is nice to have even though there is not an additional value. Mostly, the additional footage are slightly extended scenes, probably cut for pace reasons. Some of the shots are only 1 or 2 frames longer and in order to keep it simple, those will be not be listed completely. Any significant alteration will be listed though.
Compared are the TV Version and the Extended Version, both available on the DVD by 20th Century Fox.
There are 21 differences:
20 additional scenes/shots in the Extended Version
1 scene with alternate/extended footage
The Extended Version is 40.91 seconds longer than the TV Version.
Additional shot of the criminal with the hostage.
Gordon takes a few pills in his hand. The following distance shot starts earlier.
Extended shot of young Bruce Wayne.
12:04 Minutes / 11:56 Minutes
Gordon keeps listening to the arguement, then he turns around. As compensation, the following shot of Gordon starts earlier in the TV Version.
3.55 sec / 0.33 sec
Gordon: "Yeah. No."
Gordon and Bullock are getting out of the car.
Fish Mooney earlier.
Fish: "I don't mind it all, Harvey."
Additional frames when Gordon gets his hand bandaged.
The shot of Gordon starts earlier.
Extended shot of Gordon watching forensics do their job.
Montoya: "Yeah. James Gordon, huh?"
Cobblepot: "Regarding. What should I say?"
Gordon: "Mario Pepper."
Cobblepot: "None of my business."
Additional distance shot.
Bruce picks up the badge.
The fisherman longer.