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Arrowverse Elseworlds Crossover To Feature A Legends Of Tomorrow Cameo

This December, the yearly Arrowverse crossover will run across three nights, bringing together the casts of Arrow, The Flash and Supergirl for an adventure that will see them head to Gotham City. Titled “Elseworlds” it’s been strongly hinted that things will get pretty multiversal, and while there’s lots to look forward to, it seems The CW wasn’t able to find any room to bring in the Legends of Tomorrow. Or at least, not all of them.

As has been mentioned a few times now, the team will be sitting this crossover out, but it seems that one member of the squad will still pop up for a quick cameo. Who that may be, we can’t say, but while chatting to Entertainment Weekly recently, producer Marc Guggenheim revealed that there will be a Legends cameo in hour 3 of “Elseworlds.”

Again, he wouldn’t say who it’ll be,
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The CW Reveals Midseason Premiere Dates For Arrowverse Shows And Other Series

At this point in your life, you don’t need me to tell you how time flies when you’re having fun. In fact, it felt like just yesterday we were waiting for our favorite Arrowverse series to return for the fall. I mean, not only are the new seasons well underway, but the “Elseworlds” crossover and midseason finales will be here before we know it.

Proving that they’ve come prepared, The CW have formally announced the dates for their midseason premieres. And though we tend to place most of our focus on the superhero shows, those of you who dig the other dramas comprising their prime time lineup won’t be forgotten.

That said, here’s the full list in chronological order:

Friday: January 11th:

9/8c: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (midseason premiere)

Tuesday, January 15th:

8/7c: The Flash (midseason premiere) 9/8c: Roswell, New Mexico (series premiere)

Wednesday, January 16th:

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The CW Sets Midseason Schedule: ‘Roswell, New Mexico’ Gets Premiere Date, ‘Black Lightning’ Moves To Monday

The CW has begun mapping out its 2019 midseason schedule, with the premiere of new series Roswell, New Mexico set for Tuesday, January 15 at 9 Pm behind Flash, and Black Lightning moving to Mondays beginning January 21 at 9 Pm, following Arrow.

Black Lightning temporarily replaces DC’S Legends of Tomorrow, which will return to Mondays in April after Black Lightning wraps its second season. Both Legends and Black Lightning are doing 16-episode seasons, which allows for this time-period sharing. New series In The Dark is currently scheduled to debut on Thursdays after Legacies completes its first full 16-episode season. Jane the Virgin returns for its final season on Wednesday nights in the spring once All American wraps its first full 16-episode season. It was announced last week that all three of CW’s freshman series received orders for additional episodes, three each for Legacies and All American, bringing both to 16-episode seasons, and
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Legends of Tomorrow Season 4 Episode 3 Review: Dancing Queen

While it's mostly fun fluff, Legends of Tomorrow still has some deep messages to impart.

This Legends of Tomorrow episode review contains spoilers.

Legends of Tomorrow Season 4 Episode 3

I adore Legends of Tomorrow and even I was caught off guard this week. For the first half of the episode I really thought we were just in for some mindless fun. Ray hangs out with some punks! It was cute but nothing to write home about. Seriously, I didn’t take any notes for the first twenty minutes. Oh Legends, I should never underestimate you.

In a quick series of scenes ‘Dancing Queen’ shows it isn’t just here for silly antics, it has some very important character work to do. Ray is at the forefront, with his first focus episode in awhile. While it’s fun that Ray is the “golly gee” one of the team I’m glad we
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‘DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’: Why the CW Underdog Is Television’s Most Delightful Series

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This fall, “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” star Dominic Purcell offered a withering indictment of the first season in an Instagram post — namely, that it “sucked.” This was not an uncommon opinion of the series when it initially launched in 2016. But it meant something coming from Purcell, who still plays Mick Rory on what has become, in Season 4, the most flat-out enjoyable show on television.

However, Purcell clarified that while the first season of the time travel adventure show “was a dud” and he “wanted off it,” the second season was “a genius master stroke” by the writers, who realized they could “have fun with it.”

Much like Purcell, fans have come to embrace the beautiful strangeness of “Legends.” It’s just one of the 14 series on which uber-producer Greg Berlanti currently has his name, but the only one that brings together a revolving door of lower-tier characters drawn
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‘The Voice’ Drowns Out Competition; ‘DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow’ S4 Start Stumbles To Series Low

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NBC’s The Voice and Manifest bested Big 4 competition all six hours of primetime in the demo and in total viewers.

The Voice was the night’s top telecast in both metrics, matching previous week’s performance. Manifest) slipped 1/10th in the demo but handily won 10 Pm and was Monday’s top scripted series.

ABC’s Disney-themed Dancing with the Stars grew 2/10ths in the demo, week to week – subject to change because ABC’s Atlanta station preempted for NFL. ABC gave The Good Doctor the week off, instead repeating its The Rookie pilot at 10 Pm.

CW’s DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Season 4 starter stumbled to series lows in both metrics, skidding 50% in the demo and 41% in total viewers compared to last year when it had enjoyed a stronger lead-in in The Flash. Compared to last season’s finale, Legends
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Wild ‘Legends of Tomorrow’ Season 4 Trailer Has Magic, Homicidal Unicorns, & an Evil Stein Puppet

The CW has released an extended trailer for Legends of Tomorrow season 4 and words can't quite express just how much of a straight-up, undiluted delight it is. While fellow CW DC series Arrow and The Flash are dangerously close to running out of ideas—they're currently at the "idk, swap costumes?" stage—Legends seems to have so many ideas. Too many ideas. Legends of Tomorrow is bursting with candy-colored, genre-twisting ideas and this mere two-minute trailer cannot contain them. Watch it, rewind to the part where Brandon Routh flees with a corgi in …
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Legends of Tomorrow Season 4 Episode 1 Review: The Virgin Gary

Legends of Tomorrow is still hilarious as ever but it's the deeper moments that strike a chord.

This Legends of Tomorrow episode review contains spoilers.

Legends of Tomorrow Season 4 Episode 1

Watching Legends of Tomorrow is like hanging out with your best friend. You feel better not only about them but yourself. You feel reenergized, so at ease you’re able to relax from whatever’s ailing you. You’re able to get deep and crack a lot of amazing jokes.

In case it wasn’t obvious, Legends of Tomorrow is back in top form. This is the show we as a nation need right now. A show that isn’t caught up in darkness and is willing to have some fun while not shying away from the serious stuff when it really counts. I appreciate that while this season opener is mostly on the fun side it’s not a complete farce.
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‘Legends of Tomorrow’ Plans Its Own Crossover During “Elseworlds”

Though Legends of Tomorrow was not invited to this year's Arrowverse crossover, "Elseworlds," that hasn't stopped the show from coming up with its own Crossover Week plans. While Legends has become the best of the Arrowverse series, they do have an exceptionally large cast that can unintentionally take over a crossover (though they were pivotal in both "Invasion!" and especially "Crisis on Earth X"). Not that that's a bad thing necessarily, but since The CW is looking to launch a new character in Batwoman (played by Ruby Rose), who will have her own series next year, that …
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Ali Larter Joins The 'Splitting Up Together' Cast As Oliver Hudson's New Girlfriend

ABC's Splitting Up Together has definitely got some magic going with the chemistry between Oliver Hudson's Martin and Jenna Fischer's Paige. The problem, of course, is that it's a show about a couple splitting up yet still drawn to each other as they start to navigate the world of dating again. Well, it seems like things just might be getting a little easier for Martin as Ali Larter has been added to the cast this season to spice things up for the character. Ali, whose previous television credits include Heroes, Legends, and Pitch, will be playing Paige, who, she describes to People, "is really fun. They brought her in as a bit of a catalyst in their relationship. The two of them have a great time together, but they realize that they are very different in the way that they approach divorce. It’s so fun to
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‘Splitting Up Together’: Ali Larter To Recur In Season 2 Of ABC Comedy

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‘Splitting Up Together’: Ali Larter To Recur In Season 2 Of ABC Comedy
Heroes alumna Ali Larter is set for key recurring role opposite Jenna Fischer and Oliver Hudson on the second season of ABC comedy series Splitting Up Together, from Warner Bros. TV.

Splitting Up Together stars Fischer and Hudson as Lena and Martin, the couple whose marriage is reinvigorated by their divorce. They still live in the same house, alternating weeks, with one living upstairs and doing the parenting while the other lives downstairs in the guest apartment.

Larter will play no-nonsense Paige, who Martin finds attractive and Lena finds intimidating. Using her own “normal” divorce as a reference, Paige is unafraid to speak her mind, and she makes her feelings known about Lena and Martin’s unconventional arrangement.

Diane Farr, Lindsay Price, Bobby Lee, Olivia Keville, Van Crosby and Sander Thomas co-star in the comedy from A Very Good Production and Piece of Pie Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television.
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How The Flash Season 5 Premiere Ties Into Legends Of Tomorrow

The Flash season 5 began yesterday with an awesome premiere titled “Nora.” As Barry’s eponymous daughter from the future is now in the present, the opener provided viewers with a lot of hints at what lies ahead for the Scarlet Speedster and the Arrowverse as a whole. The big one, of course, was the extra tease that the franchise is heading towards an adaptation of Crisis on Infinite Earths…eventually.

According to the Reverse-Flash’s holographic newspaper that’s been knocking about the time vault since season 1, the Flash will disappear in a crisis involving red skies in the year 2024. Nora showed her dad another front page from 25 years after that, 2049, which looked back at the event and revealed that the hero never returned. The content of the clipping also confirmed that other heroes were involved with the crisis, including Batwoman.

What’s interesting about this Flash-less version of the
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AMAs Hits Ratings Lows In Scheduling Move, ‘FBI’ Makes Demo Shift, ‘Black Lightning’ Soft As the CW Kicks Off Fall

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AMAs Hits Ratings Lows In Scheduling Move, ‘FBI’ Makes Demo Shift, ‘Black Lightning’ Soft As the CW Kicks Off Fall
The American Music Awards was relocated this year from its longtime mid-late November Sunday berth to an early October Tuesday slot. The move did not fare well. Despite a star lineup, including an opening performance by Taylor Swift, the AMAs (1.8 in adults 18-49 Live+same day, 6.6 million total viewers) was down 25% in the demo and 28% in viewers from last fall to mark all-time lows.

It was a competitive night for the broadcast networks who also faced a deciding Yankees-Red Sox game. Most regular series held up pretty well against AMAs and baseball

NBC’s The Voice was steady week-to-week in the demo despite having music competition from the AMAs, while This Is Us and New Amsterdam each slipped a tenth in the demo from last week. All three series retained 95%+ of their audience from last week; for This Is Us the retention was 99.5%. The solid
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First Look At The Arrowverse’s Batwoman Leaks Online

The yearly Arrowverse crossovers keep getting more and more exciting and ambitious each season, with last year’s “Crisis on Earth-x” bringing together just about every hero from across Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow as well as several more from the alternate universe of the title. Obviously, it’d be incredibly difficult to top that for the next event and so, The CW’s made the decision to cut Legends out of the equation.

Don’t worry, though, as there will still be more than enough happening on this year’s crossover to distract viewers from the fact that the Waverider crew isn’t taking part. The big highlight is, of course, the debut of Ruby Rose’s Batwoman and now, ahead of the full reveal (which will apparently be here later today), we have a leaked image which shows us our first look at her – and we must say,
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"Legends of Tomorrow" - Get Ready To Do Some Time

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From VancouverFilm.Net, Sneak Peek Season 4 of The CW's "Legends of Tomorrow", set in the 'Arrowverse', as a spin-off of "Arrow" and "The Flash", premiering October 22, 2018:

"...after killing the demon 'Mallus', the 'Legends' were ready to relax until 'John Constantine' informed them that, in solving one problem, they created a much larger one.

"When the Legends let time crumble to release and defeat Mallus, the barrier between worlds softened. History is now infected with 'Fugitives' – magical creatures from myths and fairy tales.

"Having been expelled throughout time by people like Constantine, they are now returning to the real world in droves and making a mess of things..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Legends of Tomorrow" - Season 4...
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Legends Of Tomorrow Season 4 Poster Reveals An All-New Crew

When Legends of Tomorrow season 4 debuts later this month, it’ll star a very different Waverider crew from this time last year. Even some of the familiar faces won’t be that familiar anymore. I mean, just check out the poster below and you’ll see what we mean.

With team captain Sara Lance at the head, the one-sheet also features returning characters like Atom, Heatwave, Zari and Steel. It reminds us that a few who recurred in season 3 have now been bumped up to regular status, too. Namely, Ava Sharpe, Nora Darhk and, best of all, the one and only John Constantine.

Last but not least, we have the interesting case of the character Maisie Richardson-Sellers is playing. Ever since season 2, the actress has been a fixture on Legends as Amaya Jiwe Aka Vixen. After the animal-summoning heroine left the time machine in season 3, though, Richardson-Sellers will be back as an all-new character.
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Dominic Purcell Doesn’t Think Legends Of Tomorrow Is The Ugly Stepsister Of The Arrowverse

Those of you who’ve kept up with our DC TV coverage over the past few years may remember how I was highly critical of Legends of Tomorrow during its first two seasons. I mean, there were some definite highlights such as “Star City 2046,” sure, but more often than not, I was just watching to keep up with the Arrowverse as a whole – and also because it’s kind of part of my job.

Fortunately, it all turned around in season 3 when the show truly found its footing. In other words, it was no longer a boring series that made absolutely no sense when it comes to the logic involved in time traveling. Instead, each installment is now so much fun to watch – even if it still makes absolutely no sense when it comes to the logic involved in time traveling.

Believe it or not, Dominic Purcell, whom I happen
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"Constantine' The 'Hellblazer'

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"Constantine", the original live-action TV series starring Matt Ryan as DC Comics' demon-hunting "Hellblazer" will stream on the new "DC Universe" service in addition to Ryan continuing to appear as the character in The CW's "Legends of Tomorrow" series:

"I had not really realized the fervor of the 'Constantine' fandom," said "Legends of Tomorrow" producer Phil Klemmer.

"I sort of accidentally discovered it. Honestly, we put him on the show just because we wanted him on the show. There's no cynical calculation of trying to accumulate somebody else's fans. I think we have fun with our characters...

We wanted just a counterpoint to our 'Legends'. I want to keep him 'Constantine'. I don't want to ever have a scene of him having to do his laundry because to me, guys like Constantine, they always have clean clothes..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Constantine
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Stephen Amell Shares Bts Photo From This Year’s Arrowverse Crossover

The yearly Arrowverse crossovers have just kept getting more and more ambitious each season, with last year’s “Crisis on Earth-x” storyline managing to bring together every single hero across Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow as well as several more from the alternate universe of the title. Of course, it would be impossible to top that in 2018 and so, The CW’s decided to cut Legends out of the equation.

Fear not, though, as there will still be enough going on in this year’s crossover to distract viewers from the fact that the Waverider crew isn’t taking part. The big highlight is, of course, the debut of Ruby Rose’s Batwoman as well as the introduction of Gotham City into the Arrowverse. Not to mention that Tyler Hoechlin will also be reprising his role as Superman, with Lois Lane joining him as well.

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See Kelsea Ballerini Sing Troye Sivan’s ‘Seventeen’

See Kelsea Ballerini Sing Troye Sivan’s ‘Seventeen’
Kelsea Ballerini was quick to offer her appreciation for one of the past week’s biggest albums, offering a cover of Troye Sivan’s “Seventeen” from the pop singer’s newly released Bloom.

Ballerini posted video of her singing the song to Instagram on Monday, her unadorned acoustic rendition underscoring the song’s wistful lyrics. “Smitten with this song,” she wrote.

Sivan, a pop star who was raised in Australia, recalls the loss of innocence in a way that can be found in numerous country songs — see Deana Carter’s
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