It should be fairly obvious to fans by now that DC's Legends of Tomorrow is the most fun superhero show on television, by a wide margin. From the cheeky intros (especially Mick's) to the absolutely bonkers storylines and impressive fight scenes, Legends has set itself apart from the rest of the Arrowverse through sheer audacity. It doesn't take itself very seriously, but does so just enough to keep from veering off into camp.
The show, which ranks as the CW's 4th highest-rated series in total viewers, returns for a third season October 10. While the word is that the upcoming season will deal with more supernatural and darker threats, as the team tries to unbreak time, we're fairly confident executive producer Marc Guggenheim and company won't let things stray too far from what appears to be Legends' winning formula.
Usually a show's second season incurs the dreaded "sophomore slump." Instead, Legends found its groove by embracing the absurdity of this band of misfits traveling through time, trying to fix aberrations. The show also made its own corrections by deftly replacing a departed S1 team member with history nerd, Nate Heywood aka Steel (played with affable charm by Nick Zano), and Vixen (Maisie Richardson-Sellers). Both fit right in with the team, and created interesting new dynamics for fans to enjoy.
Season Two of Legends of Tomorrow debuts on Blu-ray/DVD August 15. It comes packed with extras, such as gag reels, the 2016 Comic Con panel, and deleted scenes. And SYFY WIRE has an exclusive look at one such scene from the episode titled, "Camelot 3000." The team winds up all up in the business of King Arthur as it tries to keep a fragment of the Spear out of the Legion of Doom's clutches. In this scene, Nate and Ray debate the changes to history caused by Stargirl, before Nate realizes Dr. Palmer isn't exactly pushing to put history back the way it should be.
Enjoy the sneak peek, and then hit the comments and tell us which one of the Legends is your favorite.