No more Firestorm? Victor Garber leaving Legends of Tomorrow

No more Firestorm? Victor Garber leaving Legends of Tomorrow

No more Firestorm? Victor Garber leaving Legends of Tomorrow

This story includes a detail about the current Season 3 of the CW's Legends of Tomorrow.

Victor Garber, one half of Firestorm on Legends of Tomorrow, one of the best superhero shows on television, will be departing the show sometime in the current third season, according to a report in Deadline. The network and producing studio Warner Bros. Amell wasn't able to join the cast of Legends, so he was written off and replaced by Jefferson Jackson, played by Franz Drameh. TV had no comment.

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Victor Garber is leaving DC's Legends of Tomorrow for a return to Broadway, teaming with Bernadette Peters to headline the Tony-winning revival of Hello, Dolly! Apparently, his departure had been in the works for some time now, and given the tendency of The CW's DC shows to resurrect certain characters every now and then, there's every possibility for Garber to be brought back for episodes in the future. Garber takes over the role from David Hyde Pierce (with Peters stepping in for Bette Midler.) His first show is January 20. After wrapping his run on the show, which should be shortly, Garber is expected to move back to NY to start preparing for Hello, Dolly!

The Legends of Tomorrow will get a little bit smaller in Season Three as one of the series regulars will soon be leaving the cast.

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There's no official word on which episode will be his last, but he does not intend to return for any more episodes in the third season after he leaves, despite keeping his series regular credit on the show.

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