‘DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’ Characters Stuck in the 1920s in Season 7 Trailer

Sara, Ava, Zari, and the rest of the team found themselves in quite the pickle at the end of The CW‘s DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Season 6. A mysterious ship that looked a lot like the Waverider entered the atmosphere and blew up the Legends’ Waverider. As a result, the Legends are stuck in the 1920s. So, where do the time heroes go from here? Thankfully, the show posted a small trailer for DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Season 7, giving fans insight into the new season.

'DC's Legends of Tomorrow' actor Caity Lotz, who can be seen in the new trailer for season 7, wears a red dress and a black necklace while speaking into a microphone.
Caity Lotz | Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for Entertainment Weekly

What happened in ‘DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’ Season 6?

Extraterrestial life was the focus of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Season 6. The story starts with Sara getting abducted by aliens, forcing the Legends to drop everything to find her. Fans later found out that Bishop, who was pretty much a mad scientist, kidnapped her because he found her to be the supreme human. He wanted the two of them to be the last humans on Earth. Bishop made a clone of Sara using her DNA and alien DNA, which ended up being handy because she died. Clone Sara later escaped with the help of Mick and Gary. But she now has alien powers.

In DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Season 6, Constantine became addicted to a dangerous potion that gave him dark powers. Constantine’s addiction led to him teaming up with Bishop to find the Fountain of Imperium. Bishop tricked Constantine into destroying the Fountain, which led to an alien invasion on Earth in 1925.

In the season finale, the Legends stopped the aliens with the power of love when Sara and Ava officially got married. Mick left to be with Kayla and their babies. Constantine decided he needed to walk alone once again and parted from the Legends. And, as mentioned before, the Waverider blew up before the rest of the Legends escaped 1925. Now, they have no way of leaving. And the DC’s Legends of Tomorrow trailer for season 7 teases a bit of chaos for the characters.

A new trailer released for ‘DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’ Season 7

If there is one perfect way to describe the Legends, it’s weirdos with random superpowers. And that’s exactly what Zari calls the group in the trailer for DC’s Legends of Tomorrow season 7, which you can view below.

Per TVLine, Ava warns the group in the new promo for the upcoming season, “If we stay here, it could get really bad,.” What “it” could be is a mystery, but Ava could generally be talking about the timeline. The Legends swore to protect time when they stepped foot onto the Waverider, but, let’s be honest, they aren’t very good at their jobs.

In the DC’s Legends of Tomorrow trailer, the characters can also be seen donning 1920s fashion. But fans can also spot Gary falling in the Waverider in the trailer. So, it does not seem like the Legends’ stint in 1925 lasts very long.

What to look forward to in season 7

The CW will likely release another DC’s Legends of Tomorrow trailer for season 7 as the premiere gets closer. But, so far, not much is known about the new season other than the characters being stuck in 1925, the introduction of new characters, and an episode title for the premiere.

Although John Constantine left the show, his portrayer, Matt Ryan, will stick around the Arrowverse show for the time being. Ryan will play a new character named Dr. Gywn Davies, an eccentric scientist from the early 20th century. Dr. Davies is described as the Legends’ only hope. So, perhaps, he will be the one to help them return home. Also, The CW announced that Amy Louise Pemberton would play the human version of Gideon full-time in the new season.

The season premiere of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow is titled “The Bullet Blondes.” Of course, that title makes us think of the newlyweds, Sara and Ava, but it could be referring to other new characters.

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow returns on Oct. 13 at 8/7c on The CW.

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