Jan. 21, 2016
Returning Series
60 min.
The CW TV Network

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DC's Legends Of Tomorrow

In this new drama based on DC Comics, time-traveling rogue Rip Hunter gathers a team of heroes and villains to battle a threat who is capable of destroying time itself: The Atom, Dr. Martin Stein, Captain Cold, Heat Wave, White Canary, Jay Jackson, and Hawkgirl.

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DC’s Legends of Tomorrow
The new line up of Season 4's new regulars for the show includes, Jes Macallan (“Ava Sharpe”), Courtney Ford (“Damien Darhk’s daughter”) and Matt Ryan (“John Constantine”). Keiynan Lonsdale (“Wally West”) will not be returning as a regular but will appear in The Flash’s Season 5 premiere.

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Courtney Ford Promoted To Series Regular
When Legends of Tomorrow zooms into their fourth season later this year, they'll have a new addition to their full-time cast. After her standout performance as Nora Darhk last season, actress Courtney Ford has been upped to a series regular on the CW show. She joins fellow castmates Matt Ryan and Jess Macallan — who play John Constantine and Agent Eva Sharpe, respectively — as members upped to series regular. Keiynan Lonsdale, on the other hand, will be departing as series regular.

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DC's Legends Of Tomorrow

Moves to 9 O’Clock Premiering October 22

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'Legends Of Tomorrow' Renewed For Season 4

The CW announced today that DC's Legends of Tomorrow has been renewed for a fourth season. The superhero drama has continued to be a reliable and steady performer for the network on Monday nights.
Premiering in 2016 as an ensemble series featuring characters spun-off from Arrow and The Flash, the show takes place in the same shared DC Comics universe but with a time travel twist. Its first season began as a mid-season entry, but Seasons 2 and 3 have both been a part of the network's regular fall lineup.
The CW renewed all five of its DC superhero shows today, which means Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, and newcomer Black Lightning will also be returning for the 2018-2019 television season.

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Tala Ashe cast as Zari Adrianna Tomaz
Tala Ashe (Smash, As the World Turns) has joined the cast of the CW drama as Zari Adrianna Tomaz, a Muslim-American computer nerd with a wry, combative attitude who hails from the year 2030. According to the character description, “Zari lives in a world of contradictions. Technology has brought about incredible change in her future too bad human nature hasn’t kept pace. Fear, prejudice, and a lack of care for the planet have forced Zari to become a ‘grey hat hacktivist.'”

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Arthur Darvill to Return in season 3
We’ve got plans for Rip for next year,” executive producer Marc Guggenheim said in an interview. “It’s just in a different capacity than him being a member of the team."

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Legends of Tomorrow Renewed For Season 3
The CW has announced that all four of its DC superhero shows will return for the 2017-2018 season. Arrow, Supergirl, The Flash, and Legends of Tomorrow were all renewed for next season.

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Legends Of Tomorrow Gets Topped Up

The CW has added four additional episodes to Season 2 of DC's Legends of Tomorrow. The superhero series, which features characters spun off from DC Comics shows Arrow and The Flash, will now air a total of 17 episodes in its sophomore season.
Legends of Tomorrow is now one of four series on The CW that the follow heroes from the DC Comics Universe, after Supergirl's move to the network from CBS. The show premiered earlier this year as a mid-season entry, performing well during the winter and spring months. Its solid ratings made a case for The CW to move the series to the fall schedule for 2016-2017, where through its first four weeks has been putting up decent numbers.

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Lance Henricksen Cast as JSA's Obsidian on Legends of Tomorrow
When DC's Legends of Tomorrow brings the Justice Society of America to life on the show, they'll be bringing in veteran actor of movies, TV, and voicover Lance Henricksen in as Obsidian. It'll be a very different take on the character, who has the ability to manipulate dark energy.

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Legends Of Tomorrow Casts Sarah Grey As Stargirl
Set to star in the series' second season, Stargirl will join heroes Hourman (Patrick J. Adams), Dr. Mid-Nite, and Obsidian. The latter two characters have yet to be cast, but EW was able to confirm that Commander Steel would be played by Matthew MacCaull. Amaya Jiwe will also be joining The Justice League of America as Vixen.

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New Vixen Cast as a Series Regular The Waverider is getting a familiar new passenger when DC's Legends of Tomorrow returns for Season 2 this fall. The CW has revealed that the character of Vixen will be joining the Arrow-Flash spin-off as a series regular. However, she is going to look a little different from the Vixen fans met when Megalyn E.K. guested on Arrow last season as Mari McCabe, a Detroit vigilante imbued with the animalistic powers of a sacred totem.

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Nick Zano boards Legends of Tomorrow as series regular
He is set to join the cast in the series regular role of Dr. Nate Haywood. Haywood is a historian who happens to be the grandson of Henry Haywood, a.k.a Commander Steel, a member of Justice Society of America. It’s not known if the younger Haywood will follow in his grandfather’s footsteps, but in the comics he becomes known as Citizen Steel.

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The CW Renews Legends Of Tomorrow

The CW announced today that Legends of Tomorrow has been renewed for a second season. The freshman action series premiered in January as a mid-season entry featuring characters spun-off from Arrow and The Flash. With the three shows sharing the same universe, each can benefit from crossover episodes and special appearances by familiar faces.

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Stephen Amell to Appear on Legends of Tomorrow Sporting a Goatee, Missing An Arm
DC's LoT aren't only hanging out in the past - they'll also head back to the future to fight Vandal Savage. When the team goes to 2046 in the s01e06, Stephen Amell will guest star as a future Oliver Queen. The episode will also feature Connor Hawke, who in the comics was Oliver Queen's son, and the second Green Arrow.

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