After the emotional roller coaster that was the reminds us that the most predictable thing in Arrowverse is that the Legends will always be unpredictable.
Legends of Tomorrow returns on January 22 after some of the starsâ€”namely Sara Lance (Caity Lotz), Mick Rory (Dominic Purcell), Constantine (Matt Ryan), and Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh, doubling as an alt-universe Superman)â€”helped save the multiverse in Crisis on Infinite Earths, which ended on Tuesday. Most of the Legends chose to sit this crossover out: After all, their lives are topsy-turvy enough without having to save all the known worlds and realities!
In this season, the Legends are trying to stop some of historyâ€™s greatest villains from causing turmoil throughout history. Astra, a woman whoâ€™s made a cosy life for herself in hell after Constantine failed to keep her safe, unleashed the villains (also known as â€œEncoresâ€) from hell so they could stir up trouble. Itâ€™s still unclear why, but Iâ€™m guessing sheâ€™s a sucker for the drama.
The series has already been renewed for season six, but not everybody will be sticking aboard the Waverider. Itâ€™s been confirmed that season five will be the final ride for Routh and Courtney Ford, who plays Nora Darhk (and is Routhâ€™s spouse in real life). Itâ€™ll be sad to see them go, but it wouldnâ€™t be the first time Legends departed the series. Hopefully, this season will leave them on a high note. Theyâ€™re Legends, dammit. They deserve it.
Legends of Tomorrow returns on January 22. All Glory to Beebo.