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Legends of Tomorrow (TV Series 2016– ) - IMDb


Themes include courage, empathy, perseverance, and teamwork. Uniting a team of fighters to battle the forces of evil is undeniably a good thing, as is encouraging that team to transcend their more selfish motivations of individual glory. The show's stars are moved to battle a powerful foe when the odds are clearly against them. But the themes of personal vengeance cannot be untangled from the plot and undermine these ethical victories.

The star of the series, Rip Hunter, lies to his former employers and steals a time-traveling vessel to pursue a personal vendetta. He does so for understandable reasons, and the murder of his family is a case study in the casual brutality of Savage's world-domination enterprise. Two of the team members are admitted criminals. The other team members deceive each other and try to run from responsibility before giving into the better parts of their natures.

A child watches his mother murdered in front of him before also being killed by the same villain. Many scenes of hand-to-hand combat. A stabbing, complete with visible blood, results in death. Another character gets a bloody wound to the shoulder. Battle scenes are epic and include bombings, hand grenades, and lots of laser weapons firing on crowds of civilians. Two main characters, capable of reincarnation, are murdered in their past lives. Even the alleged heroes take to punching each other when angry.

A character asks a team member to join him in the parking lot for sex; she replies that their companion is more "her speed." Two characters, depicted as being very much in love, kiss passionately on top of each other in bed where a female naked back is shown.

The major brand is right there in the show title: DC's Legends of Tomorrow . One of the two major comic-book companies in existence, DC is owned by Warner Bros., one of the largest entertainment conglomerates in the world.

Parents need to know that DC's Legends of Tomorrow is an action-adventure series that gathers characters from the DC comic-book universe to battle a despotic villain. Time-traveler Rip Hunter rounds up the misfit guest stars from shows such as Arrow and Flash  to save the earth. When the Legends manage to set aside internal bickering, they engage in lots of fevered battles that show the costs of war. Casualties abound, including mothers and children (the favorite victims of the bad guy), so expect lots of comic-style fighting and violence.

Rip Hunter travels back in time to the 21st century where he brings together a new team of heroes and villains, that in his timeline were already a team, but are now dead and gone. Everyone must come together in an attempt to prevent the immortal Vandal Savage from destroying the world and time itself.

In less than a month, The CW will bring back all of its DC TV shows for brand new action-packed seasons. One of them is Legends of Tomorrow who will kick off on the same night as The Flash Season 4 with Legends of Tomorrow Season 3.

Legends of Tomorrow Season 2 ended on a major cliffhanger as our heroes discovered that they had broken time. As they crashed in Los Angeles 2017, the team witnessed dinosaurs running around in the present and a lot more.

With the time traveling group of heroes getting ready to return for their third year, we've learned quite a lot about Legends of Tomorrow Season 3 in the last few months. If you wish to not get spoiled then stop reading any further.

Also, be sure to check out our guides on 15 things we know about The Flash Season 4 , Arrow Season 6 , and Supergirl Season 3 .

Themes include courage, empathy, perseverance, and teamwork. Uniting a team of fighters to battle the forces of evil is undeniably a good thing, as is encouraging that team to transcend their more selfish motivations of individual glory. The show's stars are moved to battle a powerful foe when the odds are clearly against them. But the themes of personal vengeance cannot be untangled from the plot and undermine these ethical victories.

The star of the series, Rip Hunter, lies to his former employers and steals a time-traveling vessel to pursue a personal vendetta. He does so for understandable reasons, and the murder of his family is a case study in the casual brutality of Savage's world-domination enterprise. Two of the team members are admitted criminals. The other team members deceive each other and try to run from responsibility before giving into the better parts of their natures.

A child watches his mother murdered in front of him before also being killed by the same villain. Many scenes of hand-to-hand combat. A stabbing, complete with visible blood, results in death. Another character gets a bloody wound to the shoulder. Battle scenes are epic and include bombings, hand grenades, and lots of laser weapons firing on crowds of civilians. Two main characters, capable of reincarnation, are murdered in their past lives. Even the alleged heroes take to punching each other when angry.

A character asks a team member to join him in the parking lot for sex; she replies that their companion is more "her speed." Two characters, depicted as being very much in love, kiss passionately on top of each other in bed where a female naked back is shown.

The major brand is right there in the show title: DC's Legends of Tomorrow . One of the two major comic-book companies in existence, DC is owned by Warner Bros., one of the largest entertainment conglomerates in the world.

Parents need to know that DC's Legends of Tomorrow is an action-adventure series that gathers characters from the DC comic-book universe to battle a despotic villain. Time-traveler Rip Hunter rounds up the misfit guest stars from shows such as Arrow and Flash  to save the earth. When the Legends manage to set aside internal bickering, they engage in lots of fevered battles that show the costs of war. Casualties abound, including mothers and children (the favorite victims of the bad guy), so expect lots of comic-style fighting and violence.

Themes include courage, empathy, perseverance, and teamwork. Uniting a team of fighters to battle the forces of evil is undeniably a good thing, as is encouraging that team to transcend their more selfish motivations of individual glory. The show's stars are moved to battle a powerful foe when the odds are clearly against them. But the themes of personal vengeance cannot be untangled from the plot and undermine these ethical victories.

The star of the series, Rip Hunter, lies to his former employers and steals a time-traveling vessel to pursue a personal vendetta. He does so for understandable reasons, and the murder of his family is a case study in the casual brutality of Savage's world-domination enterprise. Two of the team members are admitted criminals. The other team members deceive each other and try to run from responsibility before giving into the better parts of their natures.

A child watches his mother murdered in front of him before also being killed by the same villain. Many scenes of hand-to-hand combat. A stabbing, complete with visible blood, results in death. Another character gets a bloody wound to the shoulder. Battle scenes are epic and include bombings, hand grenades, and lots of laser weapons firing on crowds of civilians. Two main characters, capable of reincarnation, are murdered in their past lives. Even the alleged heroes take to punching each other when angry.

A character asks a team member to join him in the parking lot for sex; she replies that their companion is more "her speed." Two characters, depicted as being very much in love, kiss passionately on top of each other in bed where a female naked back is shown.

The major brand is right there in the show title: DC's Legends of Tomorrow . One of the two major comic-book companies in existence, DC is owned by Warner Bros., one of the largest entertainment conglomerates in the world.

Parents need to know that DC's Legends of Tomorrow is an action-adventure series that gathers characters from the DC comic-book universe to battle a despotic villain. Time-traveler Rip Hunter rounds up the misfit guest stars from shows such as Arrow and Flash  to save the earth. When the Legends manage to set aside internal bickering, they engage in lots of fevered battles that show the costs of war. Casualties abound, including mothers and children (the favorite victims of the bad guy), so expect lots of comic-style fighting and violence.

Rip Hunter travels back in time to the 21st century where he brings together a new team of heroes and villains, that in his timeline were already a team, but are now dead and gone. Everyone must come together in an attempt to prevent the immortal Vandal Savage from destroying the world and time itself.


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