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A new incarnation of DC Comics' classic all-villain team is headed to television -- here's what you need to know before they debut on "Legends of Tomorrow."
"Arrow" star Katie Cassidy has struck a deal with The CW that makes her a series regular across all of the network's superhero shows.
The second season of the CW series will also see Johnathan Schaech reprise his role as Jonah Hex.
Next season, the Legends meet a fellow super-team, battle Nazis and come face to face with a different long-lived villain.
Malcolm Merlyn, the Reverse-Flash, Damien Darhk and Captain Cold will join forces in the second season of the CW series.
Hourman will be joined by fellow DC Comics heroes Doctor Mid-Nite, Stargirl and Obsidian in the second season of the CW series.
The cast and crew of "Legends of Tomorrow" appeared at Comic-Con International to discuss their new mission, the JSA and more in Season 2.
The CW is the place to tune in for DC superheroes, as a fun new video highlights ahead of this fall.
Lotz teases "Legends of Tomorrow's" sophomore season, suggesting that we may see faces from the JSA sooner than we thought.
Comic-Con attendees will have a chance to win an exclusive minifgure based on Ray Palmer from the CW series.
The "Legends of Tomorrow" star shares an image from the S2, E1 script, revealing the title and the episode's writers/director.
Before production kicks off on "DC's Legends of Tomorrow," CBR breaks down everything you need to know about Season 2.
The "Arrow" star will follow in the footsteps of "Legends of Tomorrow's" Wentworth Miller, who struck a similar deal in May.
Warner Bros. Television has unveiled special DCTV-themed hotel keycards for San Diego's Comic-Con International.
Netflix will host new episodes of CW series like "The Flash," "Arrow," and "Supergirl," just over one week after their series finales.
Caity Lotz anticipates more crossovers between the CW superhero shows, especially if it involves two specific Earth-2 villains.
"Legends of Tomorrow" star Brandon Routh wants to team up with Green Arrow, the Flash and Supergirl on The CW this year.
The legendary physicist will be portrayed in the upcoming second season of DC's "Legends of Tomorrow."
"Arrow," "The Flash," "Supergirl," "Justice League Action" and more comic-based shows will have panels during the San Diego con.
Stephen Amell teases tweaks to his "Arrow" costume for next season, "Lucifer" casts a new series regular and more.
Arrowverse has a new Vixen in the form of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens'" Maisie Richardson-Sellers -- how do you feel about the casting?
DC has two distinct movie and TV universes, and CBR tries to determine the rules for who goes where, and how multiple versions of characters fit in.
The invading Thanagarians aren't the big threat in the CW show's second season; Jon Watts talks "Spider-Man: Homecoming's" diverse cast.
"The Flash" will kick off the CW's fall 2016 lineup when it races back to TV on October 4.
Classic "Justice Society" member Citizen Steel is joining the "Legends of Tomorrow" cast, played by "Minority Report's" Nick Zano.
Josh Brolin praises the "Avengers: Infinity War" script; Mark Ruffalo teases Hulk action and heart in "Thor: Ragnarok" and more.
Vixen will join the main cast of "Legends of Tomorrow" for season two, but it won't be Megalyn E.K. returning to the role.
29 songs from DC's movie and television show history comprise this album, including songs from "Batman v Superman," "The Flash," "Batman '66" and more.
Director James Wan teases "super cool" villains for "Aquaman," Marvel releases the "Jessica Jones" TV soundtrack and more.
"This is kind of an unprecedented moment in terms of the history of network television," the actor said.
With the number comics-based TV series expanding so rapidly, we break down what's new, what's coming back and what's on the horizon.
CBR breaks down some classic DC Comics characters who could fill the JSA ranks in the second season of The CW series.
Alexandra Shipp wants to play Storm in many movies; rumors of John Boyega's "Black Panther" role may have been exaggerated and more.
New heroes, new conflicts, and one hell of a fight save the show from its increasingly nonsensical time-travel logic in the Season One finale.
On tonight's "Legends of Tomorrow" season ender, Firestorm displayed new abilities that fans know from the comics.
In the final moments of the first season finale, someone very important emerges -- who hints at more new characters to come in season two. SPOILERS!
Yet another star has departed "DC's Legends of Tomorrow" as a series regular for the upcoming second season.
The new videos mash-up footage from "Supergirl" with the CW's trio of veteran DC-based superhero shows.
Ahead of Patrick J. Adams' arrival in tonight's season finale episode, Marc Guggenheim reveals who the actor isn't playing.
Marc Guggenheim tells CBR the showdown with Vandal Savage closes his story with the Hawks, though the threat of war with the Thanagarians remains.