DC's Legends of Tomorrow, Season 2

DC's Legends of Tomorrow, Season 2

DC's Legends of Tomorrow

  • Genre: Drama
  • Release: 2016-10-13
  • Episodes: 20
  • iTunes Price: USD 9.99
  • HD iTunes Price: USD 9.99
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DC’s Legends of Tomorrow amps up the firepower for Season Two of the Super Hero team-up series by enlisting both a league and a legion of new characters to join the legendary crew of the Waverider as they embark on their latest mission. In the Season One finale, the heroes encountered Rex Tyler aka Hourman who issued a dire warning. Joining Hourman will be other members of the Justice Society of America. And yet, for every force of good, there is an opposing force of darkness. In Season Two, the Legends of Tomorrow will face off against the first ever team of Super-Villains: the Legion of Doom, including Malcolm Merlyn, Damien Darhk, Captain Cold and the Reverse Flash. After saving the world from Vandal Savage, the Legends of Tomorrow are now charged with protecting time (past, present and future) itself, taking them across history and up against a threat unlike any humanity has ever known.


Title Time Price
1 Out of Time 42:23 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
2 The Justice Society of America 42:06 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
3 Shogun 42:21 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
4 Abominations 42:18 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
5 Compromised 42:06 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
6 Outlaw Country 41:29 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
7 Invasion! 42:19 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
8 The Chicago Way 42:16 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
9 Raiders of the Lost Art 41:33 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
10 The Legion of Doom 42:20 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
11 Turncoat 40:48 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
12 Camelot / 3000 42:06 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
13 Land of the Lost 42:13 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
14 Moonshot 42:22 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
15 Fellowship of the Spear 41:20 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
16 Doomworld 42:17 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
17 Aruba 41:27 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
18 DC's Legends of Tomorrow: 2016 Comic-Con 29:57 Free Buy iTunes
19 A Sneak Peek At DC's Legends of Tomorrow 06:02 Just Season Buy iTunes
20 Allied: The Invasion Complex (DC's Legen 09:54 Just Season Buy iTunes


  • Awesomely Wonderful 👍🏻👍🏻😂😂

    By BobbiJo$
    I was a bit skeptical when I started watching this. But the more I watched the better it became. I love all the crossovers. This was very intriguing and never got boring. Very good sense of humor. It is SciFi but it’s great. And I don’t really do SciFi but I love it. Recommend it to all.

    By Isabella.m1324
    Do the serie have other languages or only English?? Please answer!!!!
  • Eh..

    By Juno-bird
    It was a horrible season. There was a lot of bad plot structure and acting. Clearly CW needs to help the actors act better and make dc legends of tomorrow actually good
  • Fascinating

    By Rifqi2102
    Hangover in Season 3 !!!!
  • If you watch flash or Arrow, this is the show for you!

    By NotJRF
    Look people, this show isn't perfect but it's really good. They were able to take 2nd class hero and a 1st class villain and make a show out of it. But one thing you learn when you watch is that they all have one thing in common; the pain. They care about each other and trust each other. Please give this show a try.
  • Really?

    By bluedoggie48
    This must indeed be the new milllenium when a show where half the cast can't act their way out ofva wet paper bag, regarless of gender identification probs, and it is well-watched by a dedicated fan-dom of what?? DC comics, social warriors, progressive geeks? I am clueless as to why. Oh well, every one has a right to watch they want, so have at it if it's your thing. As for me, no thanks.
  • It's becoming my #1 D.C. Show

    By Bruce "Montero" Wayne
    I can't get enough of this show, it's almost going to pass The Flash as my favorite show
  • DCs Lengends of Tomorrow

    By lovingorca
    I love all these shows. DC all week. SuperGirl, The Flash, Arrow and DCs Legends of Tomorrow, This is Awesome too! I love the crossover episodes. I would love to see more of them.
  • Withering

    By Double.D
    Despite the obvious lack of budget and sometimes utterly ridiculous situations (an "undercover" black man wandering around Nazi territory...um, no) I held on because of my love of the first season. That season had some of the same problems, but pulled it off somehow. I could accept that characters sometimes have to carry the idiot ball to keep things interesting, but the ineffectiveness of powerhouses like FIrestorm and the Atom started to grate this season. This team is not competent and is often stupid. The stories make little sense, the team is poorly motivated, the story structure is almost non-existent...I could go on and on. I hung on through the first season because DC SUPER HEROES, even though a lot of that made no sense either. Like, are you seroius that the Firestorm matrix and the invention of the Atom belt (suit in this adaptation) had no effect on history? Some of the storylines themselves put the lie to that. The poorly conceived Flashpoint tie-in was the nail in the coffin. It was one of the worst moments in the DiDio era of comics and this was just a reminder of the awfulness. Will not return for a third season, if there even is one.
  • Quality Falling

    By jrhcreator
    Unfortunately, I am beginning to notice a pattern of poor writing just for the sake of trying to make good writing. The quality of this show and all the other CW DC shows are dwindling. Example, the newest episode of Legends. Rip sets off an EMP and renders the Waverider and its weapons useless. Jax says, "what are we going to do?". A few scenes later he takes down 2 soldiers that have mechanical machine guns. Now does he use these weapons? No. he doesn't. Which makes no sense considering he just got done asking what they are going to do with no weapons. Well Jax aka writers of the show. You supplied the answer when he took down the soldiers and had 2 machine guns at his disposal. So again in an attempt to tell a compelling story they lazily threw out the solution. That is bad writing. Here is more example of bad/lazy writing. When Rip catches up with him in the infirmary and kills Sara. Jax waits for Martin to wake up and then he decides to be a tough guy and says "I'm gonna kill Rip." Really, I'm sorry but this is lazy and bad writing. Also, I've begun to notice an unhealthy amount of stacking the deck against our heroes for 95% of the episode. And the last 5% of the episode the heroes some how over come all odds and defeat the villain/save the day with a weak shallow solution that should have been executed prior to the last scene of the episode. This is lazy writing. It's as if the writers of these shows are not trying and just falling back on the idea it's a TV show and minimal effort is needed. Well again that's lazy and bad writing, and it needs to stop.