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DC’S LEGENDS OF TOMORROW: Victor Garber Discusses Series Details

Victor Garber Gives Info on DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. With The CW’s upcoming DC’s Legends of Tomorrow getting a mid-season debut of 15 episodes, it’s easy to think that this may be a limited series. However, Victor Garber thinks it can turn out to be more than that.

Garber spoke with The Hollywood Reporter regarding the new spin-off of Arrow and The Flash, saying that the network isn’t pitching this as an event series like other shows. “They [The CW] aren’t going to introduce a limited series,” Garber said. “This isn’t HBO. They want the Full Monty.”

In other words, if the show does well, The CW may want this to be an ongoing series alongside Arrow and The Flash. But first, Garber will be reprising his role as Dr. Martin Stein during the second season of The Flash. He will join his alter ego Firestorm member Robbie Amell, who plays Ronnie Raymond on the show. “Robbie and I will be joined on the first episode of the [next] season of The Flash,” he says. “And then we’ll see what happens.”

So it’s still a mystery as to how Dr. Stein will function on the new show without his other half. Either we will be introduced to another person who will share the name with him or something else entirely. We won’t know for sure until The Flash returns to determine what happens to their characters once they debut on DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.

So what do you guys think of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow becoming a regular show rather than a limited series?

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