Legends of Tomorrow is one of the longest-running shows on CW. It was part of the Arrowverse, and it has been running around for seven seasons. All it needed was one Final Season to wrap things up.
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It’s been a rough last few months, but it looks like everything’s gonna be alright, now that Legends of Tomorrow is returning in less than a week. It remains the best of the Arrowverse shows not just because it’s lighter in tone, not just because it takes the most chances, but because no other series is quite as good at creating bold, dynamic, lovable characters you like almost instantly. The cast also constantly rotates, bringing in new blood all the time and keeping the show fresh — and yet somehow there’s never been a truly bad character.
It got to an unavoidably late start, but The CW’s “fall” season is finally in full swing. Stuff that ordinarily would have premiered in September or October instead began running in January, and half the network’s shows haven’t even premiered their new seasons yet. You know what this means…we’re pushing into the summer.
Good ol’ CW. Their shows may not be the best on television, but among our endless choices for entertainment these days, they’re the only place in the whole world where you can start a show and feel confident that it won’t be abruptly cancelled with no warning. Every year The CW is the first to announce its renewals, and every year they renew EVERYTHING, with the exception of shows that are leaving on their own terms. If only they could all be like this (Netflix, I’m glaring at you).
DC conducted the second half of its FanDome event last weekend, and we learned a lot about what Legends of Tomorrow will look like in its upcoming sixth season. Things are going to be different on the Waverider without its captain!
The CW’s Crisis On Infinite Earths crossover event begins in just two days. It’s being hyped as the biggest crossover in the network’s history, and there’s ample evidence to back that up. You see, this one doesn’t just bring together all the stars of DC’s ubiquitous current superhero lineup….it brings back someone from just about every previous live-action DC show that’s existed.
The imminent commencement of The CW’s big, loud, huge Crisis On Infinite Earths crossover may be getting all the attention, but the network wants you to know there’s more on the horizon afterward. You better stick around for the fifth season of Legends of Tomorrow, because it’s going to be amazing (we can’t confirm that, but seasons of Legends usually are).
They were kind of lost in the noise of San Diego Comic-Con, but The CW put out fresh trailers for nearly all of its DC superhero lineup over the weekend. (The exception was Black Lightning, which doesn’t return until midseason.) Some of them show more clips than others depending on how much has been shot so far and how much effects work needs to be done. These episodes don’t have to be complete until October, after all.
We thought we’d heard all the casting news from the upcoming season of Legends of Tomorrow, but something new came across our desk today: Courtney Ford has had her role bumped up to regular for Season 4. Ford plays Nora Dahrk, daughter of Damien Dahrk — the main supervillain of Season 3.
When Legends of Tomorrow returns for its fourth season this fall, Kid Flash won’t be one of the characters on it — despite his migration from The Flash to Legends being set up this previous season. In fact, he won’t be on The Flash either, nor Arrow or anywhere else. And the reason for this is because his actor, Keiynan Lonsdale, has decided to take a break.
Before the Legends of Tomorrow season finale aired last Tuesday, the showrunners hinted that one of the current team members could be leaving by season’s end. That character turned out to be Amaya (Vixen), who departed to her own time of 1942, to protect her home country of Zambesi. Given the position she was in, it seemed like the only thing to do.
When the fourth season of Legends of Tomorrow (newly confirmed by The CW) begins this fall, Constantine won’t be the only character you’ll be seeing more of. Actress Jes Macallan has been promoted to series regular and her character of Ava Sharpe will be appearing in nearly every episode.