It took curiously long into Legends of Tomorrow Season 2 for Wentworth Miller to finally take up that “franchise regular” contract, but his appearance in trailers for next week’s Flash made even less sense. Now, an extended sneak peek reveals the Legends of Tomorrow of it all, with a big nod to last year’s crossover.
Now that The Flash has finally unveiled the man beneath Savitar’s armor, the real endgame begins. So it is, that a first trailer for the final episodes of Season 3 reveals some major surprises, including the returns of Captain Cold and King Shark, an Arrow crossover and more!
The Flash made suspiciously close announcements that Season 1 stars Rick Cosnett and Robbie Amell would return, and now we know why. The first trailer for next week’s “Into the Speed Force” reveals the circumstances of their return, along with Wentworth Miller’s Captain Cold.
Whether or not FOX ever gets The X-Files back for another case, Michael Scofield and the Prison Break crew are raring to go in their own revival this spring. A brand-new trailer reveals both Michael’s return from the grave and our new setting, while FOX finally sets an official premiere.
The Flash finally rolled back its Season 3 “Flashpoint” curtain to reveal that Barry’s new reality wouldn’t last, but some major changes have lingered nonetheless. Case in point, a new trailer for the weeks ahead reveals Wentworth Miller’s return as Captain Cold, as well as several of the “New Rogues” plaguing Central City.
There’s still a great deal of mystery around The Flash Season 3, not the least of which will finally introduce Mirror Master, and return an old friend. Or is that foe? Yes, Wentworth Miller’s Captain Cold will return for a chilly rivalry with the next generation of Flash rogues, including a gender-swapped version of The Top.
The tyranny of midseason means Prison Break fans won’t get to see the new season until 2017, unless you’re at Comic-Con 2016. Kidding! A first full clip has already escaped, in which Michael Scofield once gain gets his Prison Break on. Hey, I just got that!
If ever you thought the first season of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow over the top, just wait until Season 2. Not only will the team face off against a “Legion of Doom” comprised of returning villains like Malcolm Merlyn and the Reverse Flash, so too have new Justice Society of America heroes come aboard, and even a certain Mayor Queen!
Those monsters at FOX will make Prison Break fans wait until 2017 for the official revival, leaving next week’s Comic-Con 2016 panel a balmy oasis to the winter premiere. Take an early sneak peek at Michael Scofield’s return with a new photo, as well as details on the Odyssey-like return.
The same day that saw The CW expanding its superhero ranks also brought them closer together by the upgrade of Wentworth Miller’s Captain Cold to a “franchise regular” across all series. Now, Arrow baddie John Barrowman will follow suit, as Malcolm Merlyn becomes the latest DC vet to expand his horizons.