The Legends of Tomorrow Season 6 is back with an exclusive trailer which reveals all of the upcoming madness: alien invasions, classic sci-fi homages, a singing contest series, and a Disney-inspired animated episode.
It sports alien hamburgers, enormous laser guns, reality TV shows that are fake, and knockoff Disney princesses.
Legends of all facilities on a group of superheroes which time-travels and get captured with assorted adventures and crises.
The series has a huge cast including Sara Lance/White Canary (Caity Lotz), and Mick Rory/Heat Wave (Dominic Purcell). We also see John Constantine (Matt Ryan), Ava Sharpe (Jes Macallan), and Ray Palmer/Atom (Brandon Routh). Legends of Tomorrow is indeed a weird show.
It has gradually adopted stranger and unusual styles and storylines. Yet it has been a big hit for ages. It looks like it is going to continue the heritage when Season 6 premieres on May 2 on The CW.
All About Legends Of Tomorrow Season 6
It’s been almost a year since we last appreciated the madness of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. The show is back with a trailer of this long-awaited Season 6 that gives us a glimpse of all the crazy events ahead of time.
Season 5 finished with the abduction of Sara Lance by the aliens and we were desperate to know what happens next. The trailer shows the Legends planning the rescue of Sara Lance.
Ava seems to be the head of this crew. They visit some strange wild places to save, which comprises a retro Americana diner. This season also comes with a Disney-style animated episode along with a singing competition show.
Although some Arrowverse shows have lately been canceled or are about to end, Legends of Tomorrow is still bringing people’s attention and going strong.
Even though a longtime star Dominic Purcell won’t reunite after Season 6, Season 7 was scheduled before this year. We do not know whether Season 7 will be the show’s final episode or not.
This series has built a unique and committed following with its aesthetics which stands apart. The trailer of Season 6 is a knowing reminder for those audiences of what the truly craziest and strangest superhero series on TV is. We simply can’t wait for May 2 to arrive!