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Legends of Tomorrow star Franz Drameh , who plays Jefferson “Jax” Jackson, has exited the CW series after Tuesday’s emotional fall finale, EW.com reports.

In the episode, Jax struggled to come to terms with the loss of his Firestorm other half, Martin Stein (played by former series regular Victor Garber), who died during last week’s Arrow verse “Crisis on Earth-X” crossover event . After running into a younger version of Stein, Jax gave his friend a warning letter to open in the future — but the physicist burned it, knowing that he will have lived a full life by the time of his death. Jax — who lost his superpowers when the Firestorm matrix was separated — then decided to depart the Waverider, telling Sara that it was time for a new adventure.

Drameh’s Jax was first introduced on The Flash. The character then moved to the spinoff Legends , where Drameh has been a series regular since the show’s launch in 2016.

With many shows such as Fargo  incorporating their own subdued reaction to the current inflammatory Trump administration, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow  is debuting  the show’s first Muslim-American superhero in season 3: Future hacker Zari Adrianna Tomaz portrayed by Iranian-born actress Tala Ashe.

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Zari’s addition to the Legends time-traveling crew was in an effort to “change the dynamics on the ship” said EP Phil Klemmer. “She brings a new point of view, and when you do a scene with eight different people, everyone has to have a distinct voice or you lose yourself in a scene.” Zari is from 2030, and as the Legends pass through time, she serves up a different POV in a crew of three generations — especially when it comes to fixing history’s broken parts.

“We also recognized there weren’t enough women on the Waverider (ship) and it was something we’ve been looking to address,” said EP Marc Guggenheim. Zari is an activist who speaks truth to power. For Ashe, getting the opportunity to play Zari is finally a chance to provide others such as herself with a role model, not to mention, “What I think is lovely about this show is that  Legends  represents the tapestry of America” said the actress.

“You might have heard there was this election,” Guggenheim said. “Not to get political, but something that we all gravitated toward in the writers room was making this character Muslim.” The EP also said he drew inspiration for the role from his Muslim sister-in-law who was having a challenging time in the present Trump-era of America.

“It’s not just the politicians, but a lot of the real life heroes are letting us down,” said Guggenheim in response to a reporter’s query on whether global politics was impacting Legends.  “Audiences and creatives are gravitating toward superheroes because it’s wish-fulfillment. They’re looking to find a little bit of hope and a little bit of escapism that quite frankly doesn’t exist.”

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Legends of Tomorrow star Franz Drameh , who plays Jefferson “Jax” Jackson, has exited the CW series after Tuesday’s emotional fall finale, EW.com reports.

In the episode, Jax struggled to come to terms with the loss of his Firestorm other half, Martin Stein (played by former series regular Victor Garber), who died during last week’s Arrow verse “Crisis on Earth-X” crossover event . After running into a younger version of Stein, Jax gave his friend a warning letter to open in the future — but the physicist burned it, knowing that he will have lived a full life by the time of his death. Jax — who lost his superpowers when the Firestorm matrix was separated — then decided to depart the Waverider, telling Sara that it was time for a new adventure.

Drameh’s Jax was first introduced on The Flash. The character then moved to the spinoff Legends , where Drameh has been a series regular since the show’s launch in 2016.

With many shows such as Fargo  incorporating their own subdued reaction to the current inflammatory Trump administration, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow  is debuting  the show’s first Muslim-American superhero in season 3: Future hacker Zari Adrianna Tomaz portrayed by Iranian-born actress Tala Ashe.

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Zari’s addition to the Legends time-traveling crew was in an effort to “change the dynamics on the ship” said EP Phil Klemmer. “She brings a new point of view, and when you do a scene with eight different people, everyone has to have a distinct voice or you lose yourself in a scene.” Zari is from 2030, and as the Legends pass through time, she serves up a different POV in a crew of three generations — especially when it comes to fixing history’s broken parts.

“We also recognized there weren’t enough women on the Waverider (ship) and it was something we’ve been looking to address,” said EP Marc Guggenheim. Zari is an activist who speaks truth to power. For Ashe, getting the opportunity to play Zari is finally a chance to provide others such as herself with a role model, not to mention, “What I think is lovely about this show is that  Legends  represents the tapestry of America” said the actress.

“You might have heard there was this election,” Guggenheim said. “Not to get political, but something that we all gravitated toward in the writers room was making this character Muslim.” The EP also said he drew inspiration for the role from his Muslim sister-in-law who was having a challenging time in the present Trump-era of America.

“It’s not just the politicians, but a lot of the real life heroes are letting us down,” said Guggenheim in response to a reporter’s query on whether global politics was impacting Legends.  “Audiences and creatives are gravitating toward superheroes because it’s wish-fulfillment. They’re looking to find a little bit of hope and a little bit of escapism that quite frankly doesn’t exist.”

Legends of Tomorrow star Franz Drameh , who plays Jefferson “Jax” Jackson, has exited the CW series after Tuesday’s emotional fall finale, EW.com reports.

In the episode, Jax struggled to come to terms with the loss of his Firestorm other half, Martin Stein (played by former series regular Victor Garber), who died during last week’s Arrow verse “Crisis on Earth-X” crossover event . After running into a younger version of Stein, Jax gave his friend a warning letter to open in the future — but the physicist burned it, knowing that he will have lived a full life by the time of his death. Jax — who lost his superpowers when the Firestorm matrix was separated — then decided to depart the Waverider, telling Sara that it was time for a new adventure.

Drameh’s Jax was first introduced on The Flash. The character then moved to the spinoff Legends , where Drameh has been a series regular since the show’s launch in 2016.


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