Far better than ARROW, not as fun as THE FLASH, it takes characters from both of those shows and places them into a light time-travel series. Time Traveler Rip Hunter (Arthur Darvill of DOCTOR WHO, BROADCHURCH) aboard his time ship, recruits Firestorm, Hawkman and Hawkgirl, Sara Lance aka the White Canary, inventor Ray Palmer/The Atom and villains Leonard Snart and Mick Rory (Dominic Purcell) to help him stop mega-villain Vandal Savage, an immortal, from creating an apocalypse in the future of the year 2166. It's in this disaster that Rip's family was killed and he wants to prevent that from happening. He tells his new team that they are "Legends" in the future but in truth no one has heard of them. Will their actions now change their story?
One interesting development is that three of them-Ray, Sara and Kendra end up being stuck a few years in the 1950's, which changes them and their relationships when they return back to the time ship. They also go to the future to possibly kill a child who will become a horrible dictator. Then, it's off to the old West where another DC hero is introduced-Jonah Hex. It's cool to see this character but the make-up of his scarred face is simply terrible. The Josh Brolin movie did a MUCH better job. There's also plenty of conflict with Rory and Snart giving into their worst natures. Vandal Savage is also enamored with Kendra, Hawk Girl, as he's killed her and her husband in each of their reincarnated lifetimes. Will the cycle continue?
The season ends with The Legends meeting a legendary group of heroes from the 1940's, who attack them. This adds a whole different dimension to Season Two as well as changes the roster of heroes. The series is fairly light in tone compared to JESSICA JONES or DAREDEVIL but it's still entertaining.