After seven seasons on The CW, ‘DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow’ has been cancelled.

It’s the conclusion of a lengthy journey for the show, which first aired in 2016.

The CW is known for giving long-running shows a dignified send-off, but Legends’ season ended on a cliffhanger. According to sources, the characters may easily populate other DC Arrowverse series, so you might see one or two of them on other shows.

Keto Shimizu, the show’s co-creator, announced the news on Twitter. “It’s been a fantastic run.” The CW, on the other hand, has confirmed that there will be no eighth season… “We are heartbroken, but appreciative beyond words for the incredible effort our actors, crew, and writers put in on the little show that might,” she wrote.

Caity Lotz, Olivia Swann, Lisseth Chavez, Adam Tsekhman, Tala Ashe, Shayan Sobhian, and Amy Pemberton appear in the series, which is based on DC characters.

The cast of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow has changed several times over the years. The sole original cast member from season one is Caity Lotz, who plays Sara Lance/White Canary.

Wentworth Miller starred in the first and second seasons of the show (and returned for the 100th episode), as well as The Flash and Batwoman. Seasons one through five featured Brandon Routh as Ray Palmer/The Atom, and season six had Dominic Purcell as Mick Rory/Heat Wave. From Season 4 through Season 6, Matt Ryan’s Constantine, who had his own NBC show at the time, became a series regular.

All American, The Flash, Kung Fu, Nancy Drew, Riverdale, Superman & Lois, and Walker were among the shows renewed by the network in March.

Freshman programmes like 4400, Naomi, and All American: Homecoming, as well as longer-running shows like Dynasty, which is in its fifth season, and Charmed and Legacies, which are in their fourth seasons, are still in the dark.

The third season of Stargirl and the fourth season of In the Dark have yet to air, but Roswell, New Mexico was renewed for a fourth season ahead of its third season and will air in June.

Berlanti Productions collaborates with Warner Bros. Television on DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. Greg Berlanti, Phil Klemmer, Sarah Schechter, Keto Shimizu, Grainne Godfree, and James Eagan serve as executive producers.

(Visited 5 times, 1 visits today)