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DC's Legends of Tomorrow: Season 1 (2016)
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Jefferson "Jax" Jackson/Half of Firestorm
Sara Lance/White Canary
Mick Rory/Heat Wave
Professor Stein/Half of Firestorm
Leo Snart/Citizen Cold
Connor Hawke/Green Arrow
Dr. Valentia Vostok
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I found Legends, in which time traveler Rip Hunter (Arthur Darvill) unites various heroes to stop the future destruction of humanity, surprisingly engaging.
The prospect of jumping from era to era to stop Savage holds promise, but there isn't enough interplay between the characters to add any dimension to the early episodes. If only they could go back in time two hours and make a different show.
Of course, it's supposed to be like a comic book, but the clumsy dialogue and stiff acting can be a bit much to get past.
Legends simply feels too loose, too campy. The perils here don't seem as perilous as much as comical - unintentionally so.
Unlike The Flash, Arrow and Supergirl, there arguably are too many characters to service here. Add a lot of attendant gobbledygook and mostly shopworn banter.
DC's small-screen super-hero team-up is some of the most fun you're going to have this season.
If we can just get some sharper writing, a better villain, and someone to fill the hole left by Snart's tragic departure, Legends might just level up.
But once said conversations have been had, after the i's are dotted and t's crossed, the times ahead promise to be spread across the ages and a whole lotta fun.
"DC's Legends of Tomorrow," like its quirky ensemble of characters, shows great promise in living up to its grandiose title.
Like the "legends" themselves, it's got plenty of potential, but ultimately it may leave us wishing its harmful and outdated depictions of consent had been jettisoned in the past, where they belong.
Legends of Tomorrow certainly did have a lot of potential, but with so many problems in its foundation, it comes as no surprise that the show isn't able to maintain interest even for its short 16-episode premiere season.
Audience Reviews for DC's Legends of Tomorrow: Season 1
Jan 06, 2021Probably one of the best seasons that doesn't deserve the hate!
Dec 10, 2020Just too cool dude radical
Oct 19, 2020This will not go down well with many legends viewers but i really liked season 1 and the serious tone to the show (reminded me a bit of arrow) but after season 1 it became a bit of a humor show and kinda lost me
Aug 09, 2020Maby not the best but its alright
Aug 03, 2020It spends far too much time with the Hawks but the series is a blast and the cast is great.
Jun 02, 2020This first season of Legend's of tomorrow was very good, with a first fantastic episode the series remained good for all episodes of this season, showing the team traveling back in time to stop the villain Vandal Savage.
May 27, 2020Started a bit rough as it was trying to figure out what it was supposed to be. Decided it wasn't "Arrow" - serious and gritty - and decided it wasn't "Flash" - nice and shiny. Found its direction by season's end. A bunch of disposable outcasts that writers can be free to put in harm's way - which means stories that could be about anything, anywhere, any time, and even any genre.
Apr 15, 2020Feel free to call it my guilty pleasure, but I love Legends. They don't try to be yet another generic superhero show, and instead, embrace the total goofiness and becoming one of the funniest things on TV.
Mar 29, 2020DC's Legends of Tomorrow's first season was average. Some characters just aren't interesting Hawkgirl and Ray are both terrible they're just so bland, boring and uninteresting and that stupid love triangle got really annoying. Thankfully Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell are genius here Leonard Snart and Mick Rory save this show and the performances of these two are so good it's actually worth watching. Overall a decent series but problems that need adressing.
Jan 25, 2020DC's Legends of Tomorrow Season 1 packs lot's of heroism, humor, drama and above all else chemistry between it's leads that makes up for whatever issues it might hold in the end. (9/10)