Legends of Tomorrow
Season 7
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Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes13
Original networkThe CW
Original releaseOctober 13, 2021 (2021-10-13) –
March 2, 2022 (2022-03-02)
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The seventh and final season of the American television series Legends of Tomorrow, which is based on characters from DC Comics, premiered on The CW on October 13, 2021 and ended on March 2, 2022, consisting of 13 episodes. It is set in the Arrowverse, sharing continuity with the other television series of the universe, and is a spin-off of Arrow and The Flash. The season was produced by Berlanti Productions, Warner Bros. Television, and DC Entertainment, with Phil Klemmer and Keto Shimizu serving as showrunners.

The season was announced in February 2021. Principal cast members Caity Lotz, Tala Ashe, Jes Macallan, Olivia Swann, Adam Tsekhman, Shayan Sobhian, Lisseth Chavez, Amy Louise Pemberton, Nick Zano, and Matt Ryan return from previous seasons.


Main article: List of Legends of Tomorrow episodes

Legends of Tomorrow, season 7 episodes
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981"The Bullet Blondes"Kevin MockJames Eagan & Ray UtarnachittOctober 13, 2021 (2021-10-13)T13.232010.59[1]
A second Waverider destroys the original, stranding the Legends in 1925 Odessa, Texas. They pass the alien invasion off as a circus act, but Esperanza "Spooner" Cruz stops this in order to take pressure off of her mother Gloria. Astra Logue uses a spell to find a safe and learns that it was given to the sheriff, so Nate Heywood retrieves it by impersonating J. Edgar Hoover, but they find that Mick Rory took the safe's Time Courier for a beer run. Astra fails to reform the Waverider causing an explosion that alerts the real Hoover. Using John Constantine's key, they hide in a Hell pocket dimension with a duplicate of his mansion. Ava Sharpe reads about Gwyn Davies, the forefather of time travel, so Sara Lance suggests they travel to him in New York City while robbing banks to lure Hoover away. She and Ava form The Bullet Blondes and leave with Nate, Gary Green, and Behrad Tarazi while Zari Tarazi stays in the mansion. Nate accidentally kills Hoover in self-defense, so Gary eats the body. Astra inadvertently creates a human Gideon.
992"The Need for Speed"Alexandra La RocheMorgan Faust & Marcelena Campos MayhornOctober 20, 2021 (2021-10-20)T13.232020.52[2]
Sara's group catches a train to New York. Nate impersonates Hoover using a potion made by Gary while Sara and Ava return to the mansion. Ava helps Zari cope with her breakup and the two focus on identifying who destroyed the Waverider. As Nate struggles to come to terms with killing Hoover, the train is stopped by FBI agents intent on stopping a kidnapping. While pretending to coerce a Russian man into giving information, Nate realizes the train's destination has changed and that the FBI agents are fakes sent by Al Capone to kidnap him. Gary's potion wears off, so Nate's captors can't deliver him; this allows him to accept Hoover's death. The Bullet Blondes pay off Capone's men, but are caught by an aggressive Hoover robot and he self-destructs, suggesting that robots destroyed the Waverider. Back in Texas, Gideon acts erratically and is unable to speak. Spooner restores her speech and she states that they must reach Davies' time travel experiment in two weeks before the Legends do, or else they will die.
1003"wvrdr_error_100<oest-of-th3-gs.gid30n> not found"Caity LotzPhil Klemmer & Matthew MaalaOctober 27, 2021 (2021-10-27)T13.232030.51[3]
Gideon struggles with making decisions and collapses. Astra and Spooner enter her mind and meet a memory of Jefferson "Jax" Jackson defending her subconsciousness. Astra and Spooner help Gideon recover lost memories of the Legends, which included Ray Palmer, Carter Hall, Leonard Snart, Martin Stein, Rip Hunter, Nora Darhk, and Zari Tomaz. Along the way, Gideon is attacked by a virus of herself who doesn't want to be human. It corrupts her memories, forces her to re-experience the deaths of several Legends, and reveals that Rip had reprogrammed her to protect them against her will. Jax, Astra, and Spooner uncorrupt the memories and show Gideon happier ones, convincing her to embrace her humanity and take control of the virus. She is comforted by all of the Legends and wakes up. In 2213 Vancouver, British Columbia, the younger Bishop has dreams of his future self and the Legends from the alien invasion in 1925. He finds a copy of Gideon that he downloaded and resets her memories, intending to use her against the Legends.
1014"Speakeasy Does It"Kristin WindellKeto Shimizu & Emily CheeverNovember 3, 2021 (2021-11-03)T13.232040.56[4]
Sara's group hides from another Hoover robot in a Chicago speakeasy. They raise money by selling the mansion's infinite drinks at the bar and give the rest of the sales to Eddie the bartender, but this violates Eddie's deal with his gangster landlord Ross Bottoni, so he takes the club back. Zari raises money for Eddie by holding a party in the mansion with a performance by The Bullet Blondes. Gary notices that Nate puts himself in doomed relationships so that he won't have to commit, motivating Nate to talk to Tomaz. Meanwhile, Spooner's group sneaks onto a train to Chicago with the help of a jazz band called the Masqueradies and their leader Maude Beaumont. Bottoni, her abusive boyfriend, forces her to sing at his club, but Spooner's group convinces her to cut ties with him. The Hoover robot finds Zari's party, but the Legends capture him. Spooner's group tries to catch up to Sara's to no avail as Gary has already boarded a train to New York with the rest of the Legends in the mansion. Zari swaps out with Tomaz in order to interrogate the Hoover robot.
1025"It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Scientist"Andrew KaschPaiman Kalayeh & Mark BrunerNovember 10, 2021 (2021-11-10)T13.232050.48[5]
Sara's group arrives in New York and discovers that Davies' time travel machine is missing one component. Gary finds it, but it is confiscated by Thomas Edison, who terminates Davies and takes his plans. Nate suggests Zari move into the mansion where she can coexist, but she wants them to live in the totem. They learn that the Hoover robot was sent to replace the original and eliminate the Legends. Behrad activates the machine, but this erases Ava and Gary. Davies agrees to help Sara if she helps him get his loved one back. Zari reprograms Hoover to steal Davies' plans back, but he explodes, giving Edison a heart attack, so the second Waverider delivers new robots for both of them. Davies activates the machine himself, restoring Ava and Gary. Astra's group nearly makes it to New York with the help of Erwin George Baker, but the car is stolen, so Astra short-circuits all of New York to stop the machine. They reunite with Sara's group and successfully time travel with a chip from the Hoover robot, but land in an unknown place and time.
1036"Deus Ex Latrina"Nico SachseRay Utarnachitt & Mercedes ValleNovember 17, 2021 (2021-11-17)T13.232060.50[6]
In 2214 Vancouver, Bishop builds his own Waverider with schematics from his Gideon. He and his Ava clone assistant become Time Masters, travel to 1925, destroy the Legends' Waverider (against AI Gideon's advice), and correct the resulting aberrations by using the Ava clone technology to build robot replacements. AI Gideon ejects the Ava clone into the timestream and creates a Bishop robot to live out his life so he can continue chasing the Legends, though he becomes reluctant after discovering his future story. Meanwhile, Davies' time machine breaks, so Astra and Spooner help Sara and Ava express their frustrations. Nate decides to move into the totem, while Gary and Gideon unexpectedly bond over their experiences as humans. Davies tells Zari that he built the time machine to rescue his fallen lover Alun and his allies from World War I. Behrad learns they're in 1986 Chernobyl on the day of the meltdown. Davies broadcasts an evacuation warning, which alerts AI Gideon. The Legends repair the machine and escape, but Bishop escapes from his Gideon and enters the machine at the last second.
1047"A Woman's Place Is in the War Effort!"Glen WinterMorgan Faust & Leah PoulliotNovember 24, 2021 (2021-11-24)T13.232070.50[7]
The Legends arrive in 1943 with Bishop and lock him in the mansion. The time machine breaks again, so they smuggle components out of a nearby airplane factory in order to repair it. Astra is taunted by the racist boss, Mr. Staples, and accidentally freezes him. She takes over and integrates the factories, prompting most of the white Rosies to quit, so she helps the remaining Rosies finish building the plane. Eleanor Roosevelt comes to the factory and applauds their work, convincing a thawed Mr. Staples to allow them to keep their jobs. Meanwhile, Zari swaps out with Tarazi, and Astra inspires Behrad to stop Bishop from mooching while he teaches Nate taarof in order to appease the ancestors in the totem. Bishop apologizes with a device that will allow Gideon to control the time machine. Eleanor asks Congress to integrate all factories (two years early), but this alerts AI Gideon, who sends soldiers to attack. Bishop kills two soldiers and sacrifices himself to allow the Legends to escape. The soldiers are revealed to be robot clones of the Legends; the two dead ones are revealed to be the Zari and Astra robots.
1058"Paranoid Android"David GeddesPhil Klemmer & Marcelena Campos MayhornJanuary 12, 2022 (2022-01-12)T13.232080.56[8]
Ava's robot clone Dr. Sharpe miraculously revives the Zari and Astra robots. The robot Legends, believing they’re the real ones, correct aberrations in 1986 Pripyat, Ukraine by killing soldiers who were supposed to die in the Chernobyl meltdown. They manipulate General Kalashnik into framing Davies' broadcast as a false alarm. Robot Sara is accidentally shot and is operated on by Sharpe, where she notices a robot part being pulled out of her. She steals CPUs of the team's medical records and brings them to their Zari, who learns that they are the true androids and are being controlled by their Gideon and that their CPUs are transferred to new robot bodies upon death. Robot Sara is ordered to assassinate Dr. Irina Petrov, the new sole survivor of Chernobyl, and fakes her death. She then threatens Sharpe, who confirms everything, but AI Gideon promises to make them better than the original Legends. Robot Nate replaces Robot Sara as captain while she is reprogrammed and kills Petrov.
1069"Lowest Common Demoninator"Eric Dean SeatonJames Eagan & Emily CheeverJanuary 19, 2022 (2022-01-19)T13.232090.55[9]
The Legends arrive in the manor, and Gwyn accidentally allows a reality TV show crew to manifest inside. They are the Cursed Crew, who seek human drama and can amplify emotions to create more. Astra goes to Lowest Common Demoninator Productions to shut the show and is followed by Behrad, but the boss Harris Ledes threatens his life to keep the show running. Under the show's influence, Sara shirks strategizing with Ava to plan a vacation, Nate and Zari argue about his relationship with Tomaz, Spooner becomes a nudist, Gwyn resolves to rescue Franz Ferdinand to stop World War I, and Gideon surpasses her emotions and dumps Gary after the other Legends react unfavorably to their relationship. She instigates more fighting, leading Gary to eat Bishop's time device. Behrad arrives and admits his emotional vulnerability, interrupting the drama long enough to where the Cursed Crew is able to leave. As everyone reconciles, Astra and Behrad admit their mutual feelings. Gideon suggests they travel to 1914 Sarajevo to stop the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand, much to the Legends’ surprise.
10710"The Fixed Point"Maisie Richardson-SellersMatthew Maala & Paiman KalayehJanuary 26, 2022 (2022-01-26)T13.232100.57[10]
Since Ferdinand's death was a "fixed point" in history, an aberration there would alert AI Gideon. In Sarajevo, a bartender identifies the Legends as time travelers and brings them to an otherworldly bar where he explains that anyone who tries to change a fixed point is "killed by time." Patrons who want to try are expected to wait in a queue and Sara attempts numerous times. Since Astra and Behrad are spending time together, Zari and Spooner connect and Spooner discovers her asexuality. In the mansion, Ava realizes that if Gwyn rescues Alun, he won't invent time travel. Gwyn thinks he does not deserve to be with Alun due to being a man of faith and a homosexual. The Legends realize that someone is freezing time and killing the rescuers. Using an anti-time manipulator built from the time machine's parts, Sara finds Eobard Thawne. He states that after his defeat, the Time Wraiths removed his speed, re-educated him, and had him defend the fixed point. However, he agrees to delay the archduke's assassination by 40 minutes. In exchange, Sara agrees to take up Thawne's duty if he dies. After Thawne resumes time, the Waverider lands near the Legends.
10811"Rage Against the Machines"Jes MacallanMark Bruner & Mercedes ValleFebruary 2, 2022 (2022-02-02)T13.232110.64[11]
The Waverider drops off Robot Sara, Nate, and Behrad who massacre Thawne and the bar patrons. Robot Behrad shoots Ava, but is shut down by Astra. Sara tries to reason with Robot Nate, but to no avail. Gwyn uses his military experience to devise a plan. As the Legends create more aberrations to lure the robots back, Behrad impersonates his clone and boards the Waverider. He tricks Robot Astra and Dr. Sharpe into entering the mansion where Gary knocks them into Hell. Robot Zari follows and is broken by Zari, who impersonates her and disables AI Gideon. Spooner tricks Robot Gary into eating Robot Spooner and he explodes. Astra initially refuses to let Gideon participate due to the maternal bond she feels with her, but she eventually allows Gideon to trick Robot Sara into removing her CPU. Nate tricks his doppelgänger into taking up Thawne's duty. Gideon returns to the mansion to retrieve Gary and Ava, but she is stabbed by a badly-burned Robot Astra who shuts down shortly after.
10912"Too Legit to Quit"Sudz SutherlandMorgan Faust & Leah PoulliotFebruary 23, 2022 (2022-02-23)T13.232120.43[12]
In order to mend Gideon from her injury, the Legends reactivate AI Gideon and remind her of Protocol 276, which prohibits her from harming herself. Gideon recovers and AI Gideon agrees to spare the Legends if they retire and shows them glimpses of their futures as a sign of good faith. The Legends initially distrust this and try to destroy AI Gideon, so Gideon agrees to become a Time Master and watch over her. The Legends contractually agree to retire and Astra duplicates the mansion key so that they can all visit one another. Gideon rescues Alun, and he and Gwyn admit their feelings for one another. The Legends go their separate ways, while Gary chooses to stay with Gideon. Gideon later admits that Alun's death was a fixed point and she created a robot clone of him. Gwyn discovers this and plots to rescue the real Alun. AI Gideon tricks Gary into entering the airlock and ejects him into the timestream. Afterward, she falsely informs Gideon that it was his decision.
11013"Knocked Down, Knocked Up"Kevin MockPhil Klemmer & Keto ShimizuMarch 2, 2022 (2022-03-02)T13.232130.46[13]
Gary lands in 30,000 B.C., but returns to the manor. The Legends learn that Gwyn died at the fixed point in 1916 Mametz Wood, France. Gary deduces that Sara is pregnant (due to her alien biology) and her regenerative abilities transfer to the baby. The Legends travel to before Gwyn's death, but are intercepted by Gideon who tells them to leave. Astra and Spooner convince her to turn against AI Gideon, who uploads herself into a clone body. Gideon disables the Waverider's cloaking, causing her clone to become an anomaly. She self-destructs in the Temporal Zone, but Astra shields her group and reforms the Waverider. The others meet with Mike, the Fixer. Gwyn states that anyone attempting to change the battle would be erased in a time paradox making Mike feel useless. He destroys Gwyn's machine and steals the Waverider to talk to his superiors. Nate rescues Alun, but is permanently depowered by mustard gas. Afterward, Sara reveals her pregnancy to Ava, while Nate retires to the Wind Totem. Mike returns with the Waverider, but he and the Legends are arrested by his superiors.

Cast and characters

Main article: List of Legends of Tomorrow characters



  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l This actor also portrays their character's duplicates.
  2. ^ Despite being considered as part of the main cast, Matt Ryan is credited in the special appearance billing.



In February 2021, The CW renewed Legends of Tomorrow for a seventh season.[20] Paiman Kalayeh and Mercedes M. Valle joined the writer's room, while Leah Poulliot and Emily F. Cheever were promoted to staff writers. Phil Klemmer and Keto Shimizu return as co-showrunners.[21]


Main cast members Caity Lotz, Tala Ashe, Jes Macallan, Olivia Swann, Adam Tsekhman, Shayan Sobhian, Lisseth Chavez, Amy Louise Pemberton, Nick Zano and Matt Ryan return as Sara Lance, Zari Tarazi, Ava Sharpe, Astra Logue, Gary Green, Behrad Tarazi, Esperanza Cruz, Gideon and Nate Heywood respectively.[14] In February 2021, Dominic Purcell, who stars as Mick Rory / Heat Wave, indicated he would leave the series after the seventh season as it was the last on his contract.[22] However, two months later, he announced he would be leaving the series after the sixth season, but would return periodically in the seventh;[23] he ultimately did not appear outside of archive footage in the 100th episode. In July, it was announced that Ryan would be playing a new character named Gwyn Davies, rather than return as John Constantine, and that Pemberton, who voices Gideon, and who had occasionally played a human version of her character in past seasons, will be playing human Gideon full-time.[24]

In October, it was announced that former series regular Wentworth Miller would return for the 100th episode.[17] The following week, former series regulars Victor Garber, Brandon Routh, Courtney Ford, Arthur Darvill, Franz Drameh, and Falk Hentschel were also confirmed to return.[16] The following January, former series regular Matt Letscher returned for two episodes.

In February, Donald Faison was revealed to be appearing in the season finale in an undisclosed role, later revealed to be Booster Gold. Following the season finale, it was announced that regardless of whether or not an eighth season would be ordered, this season would be Zano's last appearance as a series regular.[25]


Filming began on July 12, 2021,[26] and concluded on December 16.[27][28]


The season premiered on The CW on October 13, 2021,[29] and consisted of thirteen episodes.[30] The season finale aired on March 2, 2022,[31] and was not intended to be the series finale even though an eighth season had not yet been ordered.[32] Despite this, the series was cancelled on April 29, 2022.[33]


Viewership and ratings per episode of Legends of Tomorrow
No. Title Air date Rating
DVR viewers
Total viewers
1 "The Bullet Blondes" October 13, 2021 0.1 0.59[1] 0.1 0.30 0.2 0.89[34]
2 "The Need for Speed" October 20, 2021 0.1 0.52[2] 0.1 0.37 0.2 0.89[35]
3 "wvrdr_error_100<oest-of-th3-gs.gid30n> not found" October 27, 2021 0.1 0.51[3] TBD TBD TBD TBD
4 "Speakeasy Does It" November 3, 2021 0.1 0.56[4] TBD TBD TBD TBD
5 "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Scientist" November 10, 2021 0.1 0.48[5] TBD TBD TBD TBD
6 "Deus Ex Latrina" November 17, 2021 0.1 0.50[6] 0.1 0.33 0.1 0.83[36]
7 "A Woman's Place is in the War Effort!" November 24, 2021 0.1 0.50[7] 0.1 0.34 0.2 0.85[37]
8 "Paranoid Android" January 12, 2022 0.1 0.56[8] TBD TBD TBD TBD
9 "Lowest Common Demoninator" January 19, 2022 0.1 0.55[9] TBD TBD TBD TBD
10 "The Fixed Point" January 26, 2022 0.1 0.57[10] TBD TBD TBD TBD
11 "Rage Against The Machines" February 2, 2022 0.1 0.64[11] TBD TBD TBD TBD
12 "Too Legit to Quit" February 23, 2022 0.1 0.43[12] TBD TBD TBD TBD
13 "Knocked Down, Knocked Up" March 2, 2022 0.1 0.46[13] TBD TBD TBD TBD


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