Legends of Tomorrow is a Greg Berlanti's new Series that will air this January on the CW. The project was developed at the beginning of 2015 by Warner Bros TV and Berlanti Production. Greg Berlanti is just on fire. Arrow has been his first TV series about comics and it is still an hit for the CW. Then it was the moment of The Flash, which is still the highest rated on CW's history and now it's the right moment for DC's Legends of Tomorrow

For the lead roles, they have chosen a series of actors which appeared as villains or heroes in both Arrow and The Flash.

Victor Garber will reprise the role of Professor Martin Stein, aka Firestorm who is a nuclear physicist with the power of transmutation. Brandon Routh will come back as Ray Palmer aka The Atom, the DC's character who is a scientist,  inventor and CEO of Palmer Technologies. Caty Lotz will reprise her role of Sara Lance aka White Canary despite his character's death on Arrow. Arhur Darvill will be Rip Hunter, Ciara Renée will interpret the role of Hawkgirl, Franz Drameh will play Jay Jackson. Prison Break's Dominic Purcell and Wentworth Miller will be part of the cast respectively as Mick Rory aka Heat Wave and Leonard Snart as Captain Cold both villains appeared in The Flash.  A large and interesting cast of both new faces and famous characters from  CW's  DC Comics' TV series.

Warner Bros TV will once again produce an action-packed series based on the DC Comics' characters.

The story will revolve around Rip Hunter, who will come back to present day from future and he will bring with him a team of people, both heroes and villains in order to save the world from Vandal Savage's threat..

The trailer and the promotional photos of the pilot are available online. We have some photos of the cast of Legends of Tomorrow released by the CW.

This new series not only feels fresh and new, like The Flash but it looks like it will be the new DC Comic's The Avengers-style for TV. It will start in January 2016 and it will consist of sixteen episodes. The Cw is hoping for just another huge hit. Along with Supergirl, DC Comics' adaptations are conquering TV! 

Will they make it? We will discover it in January!