DC visits Chernobyl in new Legends of Tomorrow episode

DC visits Chernobyl in new Legends of Tomorrow episode

Things are getting intense on Legends of Tomorrow. The team might be back at time travel after they met Dr. Gwyn in New York, but their troubles are far from being over. In the next installment, Sara and the others will end up in the Soviet Union circa 1986 — at Chernobyl, more precisely — due to some technical issues with the new time-traveling machine. After Dr. Gwyn’s invention goes completely “kaput,” the team has to do its best to get out of there before the notorious nuclear incident happens.

Nico Sachse directed the episode written by Ray Utarnachitt and Mercedes Valle. The official synopsis for “Deus Ex Latrina” reads:

“ADDITIONAL BAGGAGE – When the Legends and Gwyn (Matt Ryan) finally time travel, the time machine goes haywire leaving them stranded in a lush forest with no idea when or where they are. Seeing that Sara (Caity Lotz) and Ava (Jes Macallan) are noticeable [sic] stressed, Nate (Nick Zano) takes over and gives everyone tasks to set up camp to keep everyone occupied. Meanwhile, unbeknownst to the Legends, someone keeps trying to destroy the anomalies that keep popping up which could create bigger ripples throughout history. Tala Ashe, Olivia Swann, Adam Tsekham, Lisseth Chavez, Shayan Sobhian and Amy Pemberton also star.”

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, or simply Legends of Tomorrow, is an American superhero television series. The series, based on the characters of DC Comics, airs on The CW and is a spin-off featuring characters introduced in Arrow and The Flash along with new characters, set in the Arrowverse, the same fictional universe. It is the fourth series in the Arrowverse, after Arrow, The Flash, and Supergirl. The series premiered in January 2016.

The next episode of Legends of Tomorrow will premiere on November 17.

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