Having witnessed Earth's terrible future, time-traveling rogue Rip Hunter (Arthur Darvill) assembles a group of handpicked heroes and villains to vanquish the immortal Vandal Savage. The creators of 'The Flash and Arrow' deliver a super hero spin-off series that combines characters from both shows with new heroes from the DC Comics pantheon. Join Arrow's Atom (Brandon Routh) and White canary (Caity Lotz), The Flash's Prof. Martin Stein (Victor Garber), Captain Cold (Wentworth Miller) and Heat Wave (Dominic Purcell), plus new heroes Rip Hunter; Jefferson "Jax" Jackson, who becomes Firestorm (Franz Drameh); and Hawkgirl (Ciara Renee), as they combat a tyrant who spans the course of history - and threatens time itself.
- Legends of Tomorrow: Series 1 review by CP
Awful acting. Atrocious dialogue. Ridiculous story lines and irritating characters. Haven't got a good thing to say about it and I'm a fan of superheroes in comics and on film and tv, but I couldn't sit through this garbage. Do yourself a favour and watch Legion instead.
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Dr Who meets DC
- Legends of Tomorrow: Series 1 review by DB
If you're a Dr Who fan it's that style but with the DC characters instead. The creators admit that it's all of their crazy ideas that they couldn't get away with in Arrow or Flash. If you're a real fan or hooked by the Arrow crossovers then you might enjoy it but otherwise I'd say you won't enjoy it.