DC's Legends of Tomorrow Promo: In Space, No One Can Hear You Screw Up

As a viewer of The CW's DC's Legends of Tomorrow, you know what's coming when the series returns this week. Sara (Caity Lotz), Constantine (Matt Ryan), and Charlie (Maisie Richardson-Sellers) find themselves in Vancouver and crossing over with a certain righteously popular CW series. Well, they do in typical Legends fashion but we'll get more into that in a few minutes. Meanwhile, Zari (Tala Ashe) goes looking for answers when she starts feeling out of sort, while Rory (Dominic Purcell) needs Ava's (Jes Macallan) help with a matter that hits a little too close to home for his liking. But what about the rest of the season? After this week, we have upcoming episodes with fascinating titles such as "The Great British Fake Off," "Ship Broken," "Freaks and Greeks," "I Am Legends," "The One Where We're Trapped On TV," and "Swan Song." So what better time to take a look ahead at what's still to comes for our Legends, and that's exactly what we get in the following extended return trailer.

Constantine, Charlie, and Sara Lance aka White Canary stumble upon something a little familiar on DC's Legends of Tomorrow, courtesy of The CW.
Constantine, Charlie, and Sara Lance aka White Canary stumble upon something a little familiar on DC's Legends of Tomorrow, courtesy of The CW.

"DC's Legends of Tomorrow" season 5, episode 9 "Zari, Not Zari": MEMORIES – Sara (Caity Lotz), Constantine (Matt Ryan) and Charlie (Maisie Richardson-Sellers) find themselves in British Columbia searching for another piece of the Loom, but they run into a problem they couldn't have foreseen. Zari (Tala Ashe) has been having trouble feeling like herself, so she goes on meditative journey at the suggestion of Behrad (guest star Shayan Sobhian). Meanwhile, Ava (Jes Macallan) volunteers to try and help Rory (Dominic Purcell) with a personal problem. Nick Zano and Olivia Swann also star. Kevin Mock directed the episode written by Morgan Faust & Tyron Carter.


DC's Legends of Tomorrow co-showrunner Phil Klemmer confirmed earlier this year that the series would be playing around with "realities" when it came to the show's Supernatural crossover. The "Baby" we see isn't the one from the series but a replica that was built by a fan. As for the scene our trio stumble upon, the reality is that in the Legends world, Supernatural is as much a television show as it is in ours: "From the beginning, we knew that we wanted to set an episode in modern-day Vancouver, because directly following the crossover that was all we could afford… I'm kidding, sorta, not really. Anyway, we wanted to do a spooky, Predator-style skulk-around-the-woods episode and at the 11th hour decided to have the Legends intersect with the crew of Supernatural. This was the inspired choice of our producing director Kevin Mock, I believe. In our world, Supernatural is a TV show, not a real thing. Sorry, Supernatural fans."

About Ray Flook

Serving as Television Editor since 2018, Ray began five years earlier as a contributing writer/photographer before being brought onto the core BC team in 2017.

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