Airing on the CW, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow is one of the station’s most successful shows. For good reason – it is a fun show. Definitely something that advances the reputation of DC. One reason it works is that it shines some light on characters that normally are largely ignored. As such we get to learn about them and appreciate them as never before. Their characters and stories are developed.
There are some minor problems with the show. Some of the acting is a little weak as well (and maybe because of the weaker acting) some characters enjoy no chemistry. When they are on screen together storylines – good or less good – fall flat. Bottom line is that it is fun, at times cheesy and light equalling an enjoying watch. It does not aim to be dark, heavy or life changing. Don’t take it seriously and you will find yourself pulled into the world created here.
Season two ended with the DC Legends finally defeating the Legion of Doom. You would think that would afford them some down time but no. This victory leads to a new threat surfacing. A fracturing of the timeline has occured and is subsequently causing oddities to be happening around the world. Now they have to figure out a way to return the timeline to its original state or chaos will continue.
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