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LEGENDS OF TOMORROW: New Season Three Poster Teases Big Changes [The CW]

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Legends of Tomorrow Teases Third Season With New Poster

Legends of Tomorrow has already been announced to return for a third season next fall, but the question on everyone’s minds is who will be returning to the team and who won’t? Well, actor Brandon Routh shared some piece of info about that with this new poster for season three.

The second season of Legends of Tomorrow proved to be a lot of fun as the team went up against the Legion of Doom. As they introduced some new characters and a new story, the show has gone through so much since the first season and will do the same when the show returns this fall. With the time stream all messed up, the Legends must now fix it before the timeline falls apart. Brandon Routh went on Twitter to share a first look at the poster for season three of Legends of Tomorrow and it seems like there won’t be any new recruits being added for the new season.

The biggest piece of intel we got from the poster is the fact that Firestorm (Franz Drameh) and Dr. Stein (Victor Garber) has separated from each other. Could this be the big change coming in the new season? Having these two split up and giving Jax a new partner could make things interesting but maybe this poster was made to put every cast member for the new season. What do you guys think? Check out the poster below and share your opinion with us.

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