After seven seasons on the air, The CW has officially terminated DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.
Today, devoted fans of The CW’s Arrowverse will get another heartbreaking news. Following the cancellation of Batwoman for a fourth season, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow also has to say goodbye to the audiences after 7 seasons.
Keto Shimizu, showrunner of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, confirmed the news on her official Twitter account, expressing regret for the show’s cancellation but thanks to fans who have stuck with the show since the series initially debuted in 2016:
With the cancellation of both Batwoman and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, The CW’s Arrowverse series will continue only via The Flash, which has been renewed for a ninth season, and Superman & Lois, which is about to come back with a third season.
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, the third original Arrowverse series, drew to a close after an amazing 110-episode run on the CW network. In contrast, Arrow wrapped up after eight seasons and 170 episodes, whilst The Flash is still airing and has a ninth season on the way, as well as a current episode count of 163 episodes and counting. Meanwhile, Supergirl recently came to an end after six seasons with 126 episodes, Black Lightning came to an end after four seasons with 58 episodes, and Batwoman was brought to a stop after three seasons with 51 episodes.