Seven fan favorites will return for the 100th episode of ‘DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.’
It’s unusual these days for a show to reach the hundred-episode mark.
However, The CW’s time-traveling weirdos show has done it. Season 7 of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow will feature a hundred episodes.
And it wouldn’t be the same without the participation of several of the Waverider’s past and present superheroes. Seven characters from DC’s Legends of Tomorrow who are no longer on the show will return for the spectacular event.
Which former ‘DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’ characters will make an appearance in the 100th episode?
Wentworth Miller as Leonard Snart/Captain Cold, Arthur Darvill as Rip Hunter, Victor Garber as Martin Stein/Firestorm, Franz Drameh as Jax/Firestorm, Falk Hentschel as Carter Hall/Hawkman, Courtney Ford as Nora Darhk, and Brandon Routh as Ray Palmer/Atom are among the seven actors reprising their roles for DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’s 100th episode, according to Entertainment Weekly
The star-studded event will feature almost all of the original Legends from the first season, with the exception of Dominic Purcell as Mick Rory/Heatwave and Ciara Renée as Kendra Saunders/Hawkgirl.
Leonard Snart, Martin Stein, and Rip Hunter all killed in prior DC’s Legends of Tomorrow episodes, as you may recall.
Jax, Hawkman, Nora, and Ray, on the other hand, all elected to abandon the Waverider. When Martin died, Jax determined to return to his normal life. Hawkman and Hawkgirl left at the end of Season 1 with Hawkgirl.
In season 5, Nora and Ray married, prompting them to want to settle down and quit the Legends.
The three characters the showrunners of “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” wish were in the episode
With Entertainment Weekly, co-showrunner Phil Klemmer discussed the 100th episode of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. “We didn’t mean for it to be such as expansive as it was,” Klemmer explained, “but it was just like we got one — we would’ve loved to have Hawkgirl, Heat Wave, and Vandal Savage — and it made us greedy.” The Legends have encountered a slew of superheroes and villains. Getting them all back for the 100th episode would have been nearly impossible.
However, reuniting seven actors for a single episode during a pandemic was no simple task.
“When we originally started considering it, there was still a two-week quarantine period that nobody in their right mind would’ve done for a guest-star job,” Klemmer explained.
But it was one of those things that I don’t believe we would have allowed ourselves to do… News from Brinkwire Entertainment in a nutshell.