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Air Date: January 21st, 2016

Network: CW

Series Summary
Time traveler Rip Hunter assembles a group of heroes and villains to confront an unstoppable threat.

Rating: TV14

Genres: Drama, Fantasy


  • Season 3 - Episode 12

  • Season 3 - Episode 9 : Beebo the God of War Dec 5, 2017

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    The Legends investigate an anachronism in a Viking settlement; Sara is worried when Damien Darhk shows up; Jax considers using a loophole that could potentially change history.

  • Season 3 - Episode 8 : Crisis on Earth-X, Part 4 Nov 28, 2017

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    Barry and Iris' wedding brings the gang together, but things go awry when villains from Earth-X attack the ceremony.

  • Season 3 - Episode 7 : Welcome to the Jungle Nov 21, 2017

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    A new anachronism leads the team to the jungles of Vietnam and right in the middle of the war; they encounter a time-displaced Gorilla Grodd; Nate gets a glimpse into his past.

  • Season 3 - Episode 6 : Helen Hunt Nov 14, 2017

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    The Legends must return a time-displaced Helen of Troy to the Bronze Age; they get blindsided by a former enemy; Sara contemplates an offer; Stein and Jax find themselves in an unusual predicament.

ratings & reviews

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  • [Arthur Darvill's Rip Hunter is] definitely the best part of the show. Which is all the more aggravating when he gets sidelined for long stretches in favor of the more familiar characters.... Some things work great, though. A 1975-set bar fight involving Lotz, Miller and Purcell is quite fun, and the action in general scenes genuinely work, helping the fledgling series come together. But when the characters stand around and talk, things start to feel silly. Show More

  • The whole concept--fleshed out by producers Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg, and Marc Guggenheim--has the potential for amusement, especially in its mix of motivations.... [But] There are elements that weaken the show. The dialogue is stilted (“Grant me the permission to change the timeline just this once!”), the acting, with the exception of the fluid Garber and the amusingly tough slouching of Lotz, tends to be stiff Show More

  • After the characters try to explain the timeline once too often, it gets confusing and you just stop caring about what's going on. So even if the cast is pretty good, which it is, and even if the show has some excitement at times, Legends--so far--comes off as something of a mishmash of a mash-up. Show More

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