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The season 3 finale of Legends of Tomorrow saw two major characters say goodbye to their friends. One, though, was much more permanent a farewell than the other.

While Amaya Jiwe AKA Vixen left the Waverider of her own accord in order to finally return to her own time, Rip Hunter sacrificed himself to save the Legends and stop the evil Mallus. But, seeing as this is a time travel show, what are the chances that either of these characters could return for season 4?

Entertainment Weekly got the chance to ask Legends showrunner Marc Guggenheim this very question. First up, he wasted no time in confirming that, yes, we have not seen the last of Maisie Richardson-Sellers in the Arrowverse. That’s not exactly news, however, as the actress has been confirmed as a regular player next season, but it’s good to hear all the same.

“Yes, Maisie will absolutely be back. We just felt like we owed it to the character to complete this arc, complete this story loop that we got her in. Once we took her off of her path in 1942, it was always incumbent upon us to return her to that path. That was something that hung over us as writers, and hung over the character… I’m looking forward to a different storyline for Amaya next year. We’ll reveal our plans for Maisie’s character at Comic-Con this year.”

The future of Arthur Darvill’s Time Bureau agent, on the other hand, is a bit more hazy. Guggenheim couldn’t confirm that they have plans for the character, but he seemed positive that the actor would be willing to return if there was a good enough storyline.

“We love Arthur, we love having Arthur on the show, and I think Arthur enjoys being on the show. Because it’s a time travel show, and because we never saw a body, anything is possible. I think Arthur is totally willing to come back and play with us if we have a cool idea.”

We have to say, Guggenheim’s responses make sense. There’s plenty more potential for Amaya on the series as she still feels like a valuable part of the team. Rip, meanwhile, has seemed a little superfluous to the proceedings since defeating his nemesis Vandal Savage at the end of season 1. That said, we’re sure fans would welcome another guest spot for the character at some point, just as the showrunner suggests.

While Legends of Tomorrow is now finished for the summer, you can still catch Arrow, The Flash and Supergirl every week on The CW.

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Though Legends of Tomorrow boasts having mainstays such as White Canary, the Atom and Heatwave, the revolving door on the Waverider can’t be ignored. In fact, the coming and going of various DC heroes has been a double-edged sword of sorts, because while viewers have gotten attached to certain characters they’ve eventually had to say goodbye to, it’s undeniable that new blood keeps the show fresh and exciting.

So, if you’ve been keeping up with news regarding the ensemble series, then you knew to expect at least one exit in last night’s season 3 finale, “The Good, The Bad and The Cuddly.” But technically, we were witness to three, although one was left somewhat open-ended.

Before we get too ahead of ourselves, let’s talk about who won’t be sticking around. This may be a time traveling show, and anybody can be brought back in some capacity (just ask Captain Cold), but last night really seemed like conclusive ends to the arcs of both Rip Hunter and Damien Darhk.

When it comes to Hunter, we shouldn’t be all that surprised because actor Arthur Darvill had been on in an increasingly diminished capacity, so let’s just say my mouth wasn’t agape when he made the ultimate sacrifice by distracting Mallus while the Legends made a temporary escape. Plus, Jes Macallan’s Ava Sharpe seems poised to fill his role on the series, especially since she’s been promoted to the principal cast for season 4.

Similarly, Damien Darhk of all people met a heroic end by traveling back to the minutes preceding Mallus’ consumption of his daughter, Nora. Effectively taking her place, Damien served as the demon’s vessel knowing that he’d be ripped asunder moments later. Needless to say, this was a happening that I didn’t see coming.


As for Vixen, Amaya Jiwe’s exit was the most expected, though she didn’t die. Rather, she simply went back to 1942 Zambesi to let history naturally run its course. Sure, it’s highly possible that Maisie Richardson-Sellers could come back for a guest shot here and there, but this is something the show had been building toward for a while.

Still, the producers left us a teaser for Legends of Tomorrow season 4 in the closing moments, that being an appearance made by John Constantine. As it turns out, he broke the news that the rest of the gang opened a door allowing various other monsters through. Sounding somewhat Lovercraftian in nature, this should allow the series to go in astounding new directions when we rejoin it in the fall, so color us intrigued.

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SPOILERS for the Legends of Tomorrow season 3 finale ahead

Legends of Tomorrow bids farewell to a teammate in the season 3 finale as one member of the Waverider crew dies in a heroic moment. At the start of the season finale, Rip Hunter (Arthur Darvill) sacrificed himself to buy the Legends time to escape from Mallus. Rip was a key member of the team, of course, being the one who assembled the crew way back in the Legends of Tomorrow series premiere. In season 1, he led the team against Vandal Savage, but Sara Lance assumed the captaincy of the Waverider in season 2 when Rip disappeared.

Rip has been around even less in season 3, which makes sense since he was a series regular in the first two seasons, but a recurring cast member in the show’s third outing. Still, he and his Time Bureau brought Mallus to the attention of the Legends, and he eventually teamed up with them to fight against the demon. Now, however, Rip has sacrificed himself to save his team – seemingly signifying Darvill’s exit from Legends of Tomorrow.

Related: Legends of Tomorrow’s Weirdest Moments

At the start of the Legends of Tomorrow season 3 finale, Rip removed the Waverider’s time drive from its housing, causing it to become unstable and explode. This killed Rip and sent Mallus back in time, allowing the Legends time to regroup and figure out how to use the totems against the demon. Rip told Sarah, his successor as the leader of the Legends, before he died, “My one hope is that you all live up to that name.” It was a poignant send off to one of Legends of Tomorrow’s original team members.

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Showrunner Phil Klemmer previously teased an exit from Legends of Tomorrow in the season 3 finale, and it certainly won’t be the first (nor, likely, the last) time the team is shaken up thanks to one member dying or leaving the ship. In terms of Darvill’s send off as Rip, Klemmer spoke to ComicBook about the finale and the character’s arc throughout the show:

I will say that our love for Arthur Darvill exceeds our need for his character. Our reinvention of him last season was… We just felt we owed him a chance to do something different than what he had done season 1. I totally agree that he set things in motion and hopefully his appearance in the finale will… His appearances in the show, I think he was a reminder of just how far the Legends have come since the premiere.

Given Klemmer’s comments, it seems unlikely Darvill will ever return to Legends of Tomorrow as a series regular. However, since this is a time travel series, the writers could find a way to have him pop up again in Legends of Tomorrow season 4. After the death of Leonard Snart/Captain Cold (Wentworth Miller) in season 1, the show brought back an earlier version of the character as a villain, then introduced an alternate universe version who went by the name Citizen Cold. Anything is possible in superhero shows – especially superhero shows with time travel.

Still, Rip’s death in the Legends of Tomorrow season 3 finale may stick, though fans will be disappointed to see Darvill leave the show. At least Rip received a true hero’s death, sacrificing himself for his team. It’s an appropriate end to the character who brought the Legends together in the first place.

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Legends of Tomorrow will return for season 4 on The CW.

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Legends of Tomorrow reaches its third season finale next week and it promises to feature more heroes than ever. As well as another guest appearance for Jonah Hex, there’s a welcome return for ex-Firestorm Jax and a role for John Constantine, too, setting up his promotion to series regular for season 4. The finale won’t just be full of reunions, however, but will also feature a tragic goodbye. That’s right, one crew member of the Waverider is set to leave the show.

That’s what Legends producer Phil Klemmer has revealed while talking to TVLine. “There’s heartbreak in the finale. A Legend leaves,” he said. The showrunner then helpfully narrowed it down to two candidates, as he teased that the romance between Amaya Jiwe and Nate Heywood would come to an end in the finale.

“As far as her and Nate, I don’t know if love is made to last in the world of the Legends,” said Kelmmer.

Out of these two characters, it would perhaps make the most sense for Maisie Richardson-Sellers’ Vixen to leave the Waverider, as the heroine has to return to her own time at some point to ensure that her granddaughter Mari McCabe, the 21st century Vixen, is born. That said, a recent episode saw Amaya change her granddaughter’s life in a major way by saving her home village in Zambezi.

On the other hand, the Waverider could get a bit testosterone-heavy if Vixen left and her seat on the time machine was replaced by Constantine. With that in mind, would it make more sense that Nate (Nick Zano) be the one to go? It’s possible, but again, there’s another factor to consider. Jes Macallan, who plays Time Bureau agent Ava, is also signing up as a regular in season 4, so that could redress the gender balance anyways.

For now, we’ll just have to wait and see who stays and who goes when Legends of Tomorrow “The Good, The Bad and The Cuddly” airs on The CW this Monday, April 9th.

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We’re now in the final third of episodes of this year’s season of The CW’s Arrowverse shows. Apart from Supergirl which is currently on a break, Arrow, The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow each have a couple of months left to go before they wrap up for the year. But what can we expect to see in this last stretch?

Thankfully, cast and crew members of the shows were on hand recently to tease some new intriguing details, as shared by EW. First off, Carlos Valdes – who plays Cisco Ramon – revealed how the fight against the Thinker will take its toll on the STAR Labs gang in future episodes of The Flash season 4. The actor hinted that Harry’s usage of the Thinking Cap will cause some “dark secrets” to come out that will drive a wedge between him and his friends.

“The biggest secret weapon that Team Flash has at the moment is the Thinking Cap. It seems to be the next logical step in taking down DeVoe is to match his intelligence. However, that situation starts to get complicated. Harry gets ahead of himself and some dark secrets come out that definitely complicate his relationship to the team, especially his relationship to Cisco.”

Moving onto Legends, exec producer Marc Guggenheim promised fans that the romance between Time Bureau agent Ada and the Waverider’s captain Sara Lance would continue, teasing that there would be a significant moment for the couple in the upcoming season 3 finale.

“I don’t wanna spoil what happens to their relationship, but I think there’s a moment in the finale that you will not be unhappy with.”

Guggenheim was also on hand to tell us how the Arrow season 6 finale will end. The showrunner said that there would be another kind of cliffhanger that would close the season on a high. However, it wouldn’t be quite as “traditional” as last year’s explosive ending, and would be closer on the spectrum to the finale of season 1.

Arrow and The Flash continue on The CW next week. Legends of Tomorrow, meanwhile, reaches its finale on April 9th, after which Supergirl returns for its final run of episodes.

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While his solo series may have been unfortunately cancelled by NBC a few years back, it’s been exciting to see Matt Ryan reprise his role of John Constantine, be it on various other TV shows or in animated movies. Actually, we’ve been quite spoiled in recent memory, as he’s appeared several times on Legends of Tomorrow, and is slated to become a series regular as of season 4.

Funny enough, it appears as though the fan favorite demonlogist may not have his own quarters on the Waverider next year. I mean, it’d only make sense if it ends up happening because he needs a place to sleep, but executive producer and showrunner Phil Klemmer sounds like he wants to preserve the character’s mystique as much as possible:

“Personally, I can’t imagine Constantine having quarters on the Waverider. I want to keep him Constantine. I don’t want to ever have a scene of him having to do his laundry because to me, guys like Constantine, they always have clean clothes. Who knows where they come from? I don’t want to see that scene.”

As Klemmer’s conversation with continued, it became apparent that he doesn’t want to water down Constantine in the slightest, even though he’ll be part of an ensemble going forward. And when it comes to where he’ll bunk, it sounds like he may circle back to a setting we were recently introduced to:

“That apartment of his that we his last episode” might prove to be a space where the Legends can go to find Constantine, Klemmer hinted. “That was just like an episodic set that was built just for that episode. As soon as I saw that severed foot chicken storyline, it showed Constantine [in a different light]. Most people don’t think of him as being a funny guy but I think that’s the trick of our show. I don’t want to de-fang him or de-cool him in a way. I don’t want him to have to accommodate being a Legend. I think it’s up to the Legends to tolerate John Constantine for who he is.”

Well, Klemmer and company have the next few months to sort out that situation, but before then, be sure to catch Constantine in the Legends Of Tomorrow season finale that’ll air next Monday, April 9 on The CW.

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If anything, the season finale of Legends of Tomorrow will be a star-studded affair, to say the least. I mean, not only will we bear witness to the returns of both Jonah Hex and Jefferson Jackson, but none other than John Constantine will be putting in an appearance as well!

Come to think of it, the Waverider crew will be needing all the help they can get, for next week’s conclusion will feature the final battle against Mallus, the very demon whom we merely heard the voice of to this point. It was a calculated risk by the producers, sure, but it made last night’s demise of Nora Darhk – whom he’d used as a vessel – all the more tragic.

So, if you tuned in for “Guest Starring John Noble,” you too saw the physical form of Mallus in the closing moments. But, if you want to savor the details, we advise that you check out the above trailer for “The Good, The Bad and The Cuddly” and freeze it at the 0:08 mark.

Personally, I think he looks like a hybrid of Man-Bat and the final boss from Silent Hill: Origins, but that’s just me. Regardless, none of us should be too surprised by his horrific appearance because we long knew he’d be a CGI creation. That said, we can only hope his animation is a bit smoother and more realistic than what Grodd’s been given in recent memory. Really, I’m completely taken out of the scene any time the primate is on screen.

For more, be sure to check out the official synopsis:

The Legends plan to vanquish Mallus by using the totems doesn’t go as planned, forcing Rip (guest star Arthur Darvill) to improvise. The team finds itself regrouping in the Wild West where they run into their old pal Jonah Hex (guest star Johnathon Schaech). Sara (Caity Lotz) leaves Ray (Brandon Routh) in charge of watching Damien Darhk (Neal McDonaugh), while she comes up with a new plan. Meanwhile, Amaya (Maisie Richarson-Sellers) is determined to find a way to use the totems to destroy Mallus.

You can catch the season finale of Legends of Tomorrow next Monday, April 9 on The CW.

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The CW’s crop of Arrowverse shows – ArrowThe FlashSupergirl and Legends of Tomorrow – are all gearing up for their finales, with April to June bringing about the end of the beloved DC TV series. And though it’s widely expected that each one will return in the fall, that’s not guaranteed just yet. The network still hasn’t handed out renewals and some folks are starting to wonder if there’s a reason to worry.

Well, according to Deadline at least, there isn’t. The outlet recently weighed in on the chances of Oliver Queen, Barry Allen and the rest of the gang sticking around for more after their current runs are complete, and noted that The CW “will likely renew all returning series on its fall schedule.” Furthermore, they also say that Black Lightning – which is not part of the Arrowverse but also kinda is – “looks like a sure bet for renewal.”

We should make clear that this doesn’t mean it’s a 100% guarantee that each show will return, but Deadline’s usually pretty accurate in their assessments with this type of stuff. Besides, why wouldn’t The CW renew their various Arrowverse programs?

They do well for the network in terms of ratings and each one has a pretty sizeable fanbase of devoted and loyal viewers. Not to mention that there are still a lot of exciting developments on the horizon – like Matt Ryan joining Legends as a regular – and much story left to tell. In other words, at this point, we’d be pretty shocked if ArrowThe FlashSupergirl and/or Legends of Tomorrow got the axe.

We’ll be sure to let you know once The CW makes things official, but in the meantime, tell us, what are you hoping to see from the Arrowverse next year? Take to the usual place and sound off!

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With spring officially kicking off in a matter of days, we’ll soon be getting the sense that the current runs of our favorite DC TV shows will be winding down. Lamentable as that may be, the final stretch of episodes can often be the most exciting, as we’re treated to the payoffs we’ve been awaiting for the better part of a year.

So, without further delay, here’s a breakdown of when each series will see their respective finales air:

April 9 at 8 p.m. ET: DC’s Legends of Tomorrow

April 17 at 9 p.m. ET: Black Lightning

May 17 at 9 p.m. ET: Arrow

May 22 at 8 p.m. ET: The Flash

May 28 at 9 p.m. ET: iZombie

June 18 at 8 p.m. ET: Supergirl

As you may have noticed, Legends of Tomorrow is first on the docket, which normally enjoys shorter seasons to begin with. Given that, it’s no surprise that it be the first to the finish line on April 9 before Supergirl reclaims that timeslot the following week on April 16. And, similarly, the Girl of Steel is said to be experiencing no more interruptions from here on out, therefore it’ll wrap up on June 18 as expected.

Speaking of shorter seasons, the incredibly impressive freshman run of Black Lightning will be hot on Legends‘ heels with a concluding episode that we assume to be as tightly written and intriguing as its predecessors. Likewise, the intricately plotted iZombie will end its truncated season in late May.

To end this conversation that somehow unfolded in nonlinear fashion, it’s worth pointing out that Arrow and The Flash were the two shows to stay on course for the most part, despite enduring hiatus after hiatus. Normally, both of their finales air in mid to late May, which, as we can see, is luckily still the case.

Tell us, which DC TV shows have been your favorites this season? And which of these finales are you looking forward to most? Sound off in the usual place below!

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Spoilers for those not caught up on Legends of Tomorrow

In the trailer for upcoming Legends of Tomorrow episode “Necromancing the Stone” Constantine returns, and not a moment too soon. Lately the Legends have been putting their regular mission of fixing anachronisms aside as they dealt with a greater threat: The Darhks and Mallus, and their quest for the six totems.

In the previous episode, “Amazing Grace” both those missions coincided. While fixing an anachronism that destroyed Memphis and drove Elvis Presley insane – preventing the rock-and-roll boom – the Legends learned that Elvis was the bearer of the sixth mysterious totem, courtesy of his used guitar. A quick consultation with Constantine identified the totem as the death totem. When the music Elvis played on his guitar raised the spirits of the dead, the totem also had the ability to send them back, causing the singer to willingly give the totem up.

RELATED: Legends of Tomorrow Season Finale Features Constantine

In the trailer for upcoming episode “Necromancing the Stone,” which was just released by The CW, that death totem causes quite a bit of trouble. Constantine warned Ray awhile ago that Mallus would one day take over Sara, much like he already had done with Nora Darhk, and when that moment happened, Sara would need to be killed. Well, it looks like that moment has finally arrived. While Ray might have tried to do what Constantine told him to, it looks like things don’t exactly go according to plan for poor Ray.

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The Legends may have thought that they were keeping the four totems they acquired safe from Mallus, but they forgot Sara’s proximity to them would put them in the demon’s reach. When she takes the death totem for herself, the Legends captain turns into their enemy, and it is clear she does not care which of her friends she hurts. In way over their heads, it’s the perfect time for Constantine to return and help them.

There is no denying that of all the totems, the death totem would be the most enticing to Sara, even without a demon possessing her. Still haunted by the death of her sister Laurel, the temptation to see her once again might be too much for Sara to bear, especially with the totem so close.

And Constantine is not the only familiar face popping up in the episode. While not seen in the trailer, this episode also features Wally’s ex-girlfriend Jessie Quick, most likely making things confusing and difficult for both the young speedsters. Not that they will be the only two suffering from relationship drama, as the trailer showed Sara’s current girlfriend Ava Sharpe for a moment, and she’s probably going to have some pretty strong emotions about Sara’s predicament. Sharpe may even prevent Constantine from killing Sara, which could be a pretty strong victory for Mallus in the end.


Legends of Tomorrow continues Monday, March 19 at 8pm with “Necromancing the Stone” on The CW.

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