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.
Go through the slides below to find out everything we know about Legends of Tomorrow Season 3 so far!
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.
Remember you can watch Legends of Tomorrow online right here via TV Fanatic!
Damien Darhk Is Back With A Twist
Neal McDonough’s Damien Darhk is not done with the DC TV Universe yet as he is back on Legends of Tomorrow again this season. However, this will be a slightly different version of the character. While we met a version of him from the past, this Damien will actually be resurrected from the dead after the events of Arrow Season 4.
Damien will also be leading a new group of supervillains that will consist of some familiar Arrowverse baddies. At the TCA Summer Press Tour, showrunner Phil Klemmer described this alliance as being a non-human entity.
"At the head of whatever you want to call our evil organization, it's different. Last year it was three characters from the three different shows that form this alliance. This is a non-human entity. This is a much more supernatural, spooky vibe this season. We're dealing more with magic. It's less real-world bad guys."
According to fellow showrunner Marc Guggenheim, we should expect to see a rotation of characters in Damien’s group. Will they still call this group the Legion of Doom or might it be a Secret Society of some kind? Only time will tell.
Get Ready For Ray Palmer’s Mother
If you want to learn a bit more about The Atom, you will want to tune in for episode 4 of the new season. Susie Abromeit (Jessica Jones, Chicago Med) will show up as Ray Palmer’s young mother in the 1980s.
The episode, titled “Phone Home”, will deal with the team investigating Ray’s childhood, which includes the appearance of his mother. On the subject of Ray, there is a good chance we’ll meet Ray’s brother Sydney later in Legends of Tomorrow Season 3. Should he appear, Brandon Routh will play him too.
Kuasa From Vixen The Animated Series Is Coming
Amaya Jiwe is going to get some unexpected visits from her future family this year. For those who watched the Vixen animated show on CW Seed, will remember Mari McCabe’s villainous sister Kuasa.
While Kuasa did die in Vixen Season 2, she is coming to Legends of Tomorrow where she’ll be resurrected. Tracy Ifeachor (The Originals, Quantico) will bring the character to life from the animated show and join Damien’s group of supervillains.
Behold The Time Bureau
Damien’s villainous team won’t be the only obstacle the Legends face this season. While Rip Hunter decided to step off the Waverider last season, he isn’t done protecting time.
Rip has formed a new organization known as the Time Bureau. This season is all about returning all the anachronisms to their original timelines and the Time Bureau, like the Legends, will be doing everything they can do fix that.
However, the Time Bureau is not fans of how the Legends operate and it will cause a clash between the two groups. Will Rip and the Legends still be able to maintain their relationship?
Billy Zane Joins The Circus
The Arrowverse is getting a visit from another Titanic actor this season on Legends of Tomorrow. Billy Zane will be showing up in episode 2 “Freakshow” playing the historical figure P.T. Barnum.
As we’ve seen in the trailers, P.T. is running the Barnum & Bailey Circus and it seems like he will share some screentime with Victor Garber’s Martin Stein.
A Grown Up Eleanor Darhk Will Join Daddy
Damien isn’t the only Darhk that will be running around this season. Courtney Ford (Supernatural) will be recurring as a grown-up version of Eleanor Darhk. Ford actually shares a Legends connection prior to booking the gig as she is the wife of Brandon Routh who plays The Atom.
Eleanor is described as a smart and cunning woman with “a charming dose of otherworldly creepiness.” We’ll first see her in episode 5 titled “Return of the Mack” and is said to have an uncanny ability to manipulate others around her. In addition to that, Ray will have an “unexplainable attraction” to Damien’s daughter.