The superhero ensemble will continue in 2018-2019.
April 2, 2018
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.
04/23/18 at 11:32am
I agree with the intro line problem. The show is good mindless entertainment but I’m tired of Caty Lotz’s character whoring up every other episode. Does a writer on staff get off on watching her make out with a new woman every week? It’s boring and pathetic.
04/16/18 at 11:02pm
Will Superman be on here?
04/05/18 at 10:43am
I love this show, it's just fun and campy! I started watching for Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell. Sad that WM left, but still love the characters. Thanks CW for renewing it!!
04/04/18 at 04:17pm
just a fun show. That about says it all. So it's good it's coming back.
04/04/18 at 07:51am
Wow. I just checked and I’m 17 episodes behind. I’ve deleted other shows I’m behind on because I can’t find the time, but so far I’ve kept this because you can shut off your brain (as @Andrew said), when needed, and just enjoy the fun. It’s the first super hero (comic) series I’ve watched (in a couple generations) because they all have looked stupid to me, even though I actually love super heroes. I only started watching this because of the Dominic Purcell - Wentworth Miller (Prison Break) duo.
@Suzanne, especially since you mention it, that don’t-call-us-heroes-we’re-legends opening is definitely stale and burnt. It’s time to come up with a better line. I remember one intro (I think it was) were Mick/Dominic Purcell commented on how stupid the stuff he was supposed to say was! It caught me by surprise - very funny. The Mick character is a total waste of his talent. In some ways, the show is good because of how bad it is. Anything goes. No rules as far as any semblance of a continuing plot is concerned. Free as a bird.
04/03/18 at 10:57am
Ive grown to love this series - I think losing Rip and the Hawk twins greatly improved the flow of the series. I would like to see a little more cause-n-effect with these time breaks (especially after seeing the reaching results of Barry's single history changing experiment.) Im also hoping to see more of Constatine, not necessarily as a member, but just because I think Ryan may be the best version of him yet.
04/03/18 at 09:54am
I've had some trouble enjoying this show with so many cast changed, but I will keep watching for now. I'm not really referring to Victor Garber's choice to leave as I understand that. It just seems there are very few people from episode 1 still around as show regulars.
Does anyone else get annoyed at the opening -don't call us hero's, we're legends? Switching voices was a good attempt, but please, please, please just rewrite the open!
04/03/18 at 05:42am
I'm glad, didn't take to it straightaway but it's a grower and you don't need your brain with you to watch it, just a chilled out fun series.