FAMILIAR FACES RETURN TO THE TIMELINE FOR SEASON THREE OF DC’S LEGENDS OF TOMORROW
Neal McDonough, Arthur Darvill and Wentworth Miller Will Be Back as
Damien Darhk, Rip Hunter and Captain Cold, Respectively
BURBANK, Calif. (July 22, 2017) — The time-traveling DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (Tuesdays 9/8c The CW) team will meet some familiar faces as they set about trying to “fix time” in the DC Super Hero series’ third season.
Wentworth Miller and Arthur Darvill (as former Legends Leonard Snart/Captain Cold and Rip Hunter, respectively) will appear in the upcoming season as recurring guest stars, and Neal McDonough returns as a series regular, reprising his role as smug villain Damien Darhk…and a former member of last season’s Legion of Doom.
Based on the characters from DC, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow is from Berlanti Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television. Executive produced by Greg Berlani, Marc Guggenheim, Andrew Kreisberg, Phil Klemmer and Sarah Schechter, the series returns for season three on Tuesday, October 10, at 9/8c on The CW.
Legends of Tomorrow returns Monday, February 12, in Supergirl's time slot.
With John Constantine! And if the rumors are true, Kid Flash will be joining the team, too.
We watched the Legends mid-season premiere, and it was great fun. Constantine was his usual smarmy self, there was some unexpected sex, there was a nod to Constantine's bisexuality, some great Exorcist-type spooky stuff, plus -- alas! -- the last appearance of Leonard Snart of Earth-10. Oh, and Dahrk shows up, which is always fun.
Plus some great dialogue. For example:
Mental hospital doctor: "So you're a time traveler?"
Snart: "Would you believe I'm also from an alternate Earth?"
Doctor: "Of course you are."
Snart was almost a victim of the state-of-the-art frontal lobotomy.
When his show was on NBC they wouldn't let the titular character smoke. The CW actually let him light up. I don't smoke, but Constantine loses something when he doesn't.
I told my wife that the cigarette and trench coat are more or less Constantine's "costume."