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The first season of "[DC's Legends of Tomorrow](tag:2937021)" is already leading up to be a hit but what about future seasons and the rumors about the first season being too expensive to warrant further episodes?

Easy solution there: treat the series as an anthology (as it was previously announced) and focusing on a different team each season.

Not only does this method allow the creators to cut the budget accordingly but also gives WB the chance to quickly get the series to 88+ episodes as multiple seasons can be shot around the same time. For the uninitiated: 88+ episodes signifies the chance for a television series to make its way to syndication on other networks thus meaning more money for the studio that sells the show off to another network for repeat-rights.

So do these scripts already exist? Partially, I mapped out a few simply for the fun of it (call me Guggenheim and CW ;))

So here are a few ideas that could not only make WB very happy but also DCTV fans:

Legends of Tomorrow: Season 2

Inspiration: Birds of Prey
Style: heavy on chinese culture, fast paced action, light humor

  • Katie Cassidy as Black Canary
  • Caity Lotz as White Canary
  • Rila Fukushima as Katana
  • Ciara René as Hawkgirl
  • Megalyn Echikunwoke as Vixen
  • Katrina Law as Nyssa
  • Emily Bett Rickards as Overwatch
  • Jessica DeGouw as Huntress
  • with Kellu Hu as China White
  • and Michelle Yeoh as Lady Shiva

Hong-Kong's underworld has officially been taken over by China White for good. The town threatens to fall into chaos as Tatsu returns to her husbands hometown. Seeing the town she used to raise her family in, in flames motivates Tatsu to once more take on the mantle of Katana. However China White is aided by a highly trained group of criminals, outmatching Tatsu. In order to even the playfield she seeks aid from Nyssa, the Canary sisters, Hawkgirl, Vixen and tech wiz Felicity. Once in Hong-Kong some familiar faces apper to have joined White's gang: namely Huntress and Cupid. Also a mysterious warrior named Lady Shiva appears to be shielding White. A war for the heart of Hong-Kong erupts.


  • Episode 1, "Kāiduān (The Beginning)"

  • Synopsis:
    After a painfull defeat by the hands of China White (Kelly Hu), Katana (Rila Fukushima) returns to Star City where she asks Nyssa Al Ghul (Katrina Law), The Canary Sisters (Katie Cassidy & Caity Lotz), Vixen (Megalyn Echikunwoke), Overwatch (Emily Bett Rickards) and Hawkgirl (Ciara René) for help. Hong-Kong slowly crumbles under the havoc China White and her army are causing and the only team that can stop the drama from unfolding are the Birds of Prey. However Katana did not count with White sending an elite assassin after her to Star City to stop her from ever returning to Hong Kong.

  • Episode 2, "Shènglì fūrén (Lady Victory)"

  • Synopsis:
    Back in Hong-Kong the team attempts to get a view over the situation but is quickly thrown off China White's (Kelly Hu) sent by a terrorist named Lady Victory (guest star Karen Gillan) bombing random clubs. The Birds of Prey choose to investigate and uncover a dark conspiracy leading way back to the 1950s.

  • Episode 3, "Shèshǒu bùlǎng (Archer Braun)"

  • Synopsis:
    Archer Braun (guest star Zach Roerig), one of China White's (Kelly Hu) henchmen, threatens to kill the mayors daughter if he refuses to step back from office. The Birds of Prey notice this as a vital step in White's plan and go on a rescue mission for the mayors daughter into Braun's base.

  • Episode 4, "Māo (Cheshire)"

  • Synopsis:
    Nyssa's (Katrina Law) sins return to haunt her: Mia (guest star Julia Taylor Ross), a former student of hers, has joined China White's (Kelly Hu) organization. Due to the deep connection Nyssa shared with the girl and the ultimate betrayal on her part as Ra's Al Ghul (guest star Matt Nable) denied the girl a place within the league forces Nyssa to take care of the weapon she helped create.

  • Episode 5, "Zhuān (Brick)"

  • Synopsis:
    China White (Kelly Hu) brings an old associate of hers on board to help her gain control over one of Hong-Kongs districts: Daniel Brickwell (guest star Vinnie Jones). After a first confrontation with Brickwell ends with the Birds being severely injured, Sara (Caity Lotz) suggests to tip off an old enemy of theirs who still has unfinished business with Brick: Malcolm Merlyn (special guest star John Barrowman).

  • Episode 6, "Tóng lǎohǔ (Bronze Tiger)"

  • Synopsis:
    In order to take out the Birds of Prey China White (Kelly Hu) hires another assassin, this time a former associate of hers: Ben Turner aka. Bronze Tiger (special guest star Michael Jai White). Turner wreaks major destruction in Hong-Kong wich forces the Birds to allign themselves with ARGUS to take down the maniac.

  • Episode 7, "Qiūbǐtè (Cupid)"

  • Synopsis:
    As money wasn't good enough to take out the Birds, China White (Kelly Hu) chooses to go in another direction to take the Birds out: by using someone with pure hate for them. She hires Cupid (guest star Amy Gumenick) to avenge her broken heart and kill the Canary sisters (Katie Cassidy & Caity Lotz) who both took her "one true love" from her.

  • Episode 8, "Jìsuàn qì (Calculator)"

  • Synopsis:
    The final phase of China White's (Kelly Hu) plan to take over Hong-Kong has started: she uses the Calculator (guest star John Terry) to gain control over the towns infrastucture in one giant coup. However she didn't count with the Calculators daughter, Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards), having a word to say about it.

  • Episode 9, "Yěmán (Brutale)"

  • Synopsis:
    Hong-Kong is in chaos, China White's (Kelly Hu) personal vendetta against the city that made her the woman she now is has been completed. However there is one more thing White has on her list: the Jiéshù atomic plant. With the destruction of the plant Hong-Kong will become a dire wasteland. To stop the Birds from pursuing her she sends a fully recovered Brutale (guest star George Tchortov) after the team.

  • Episode 10, "Zhōngguó bái (China White)"

  • Synopsis:
    Jiéshù is about to explode and rip a good chunk of the worlds population with it. The Birds of Prey are in a dramatic race against time to reach China White (Kelly Hu) in the atomic plant before its too late and her suicidal plan to destroy the city that caused her trauma is complete.

Legends of Tomorrow: Season 3

Inspiration: Justice League Dark
Style: akin to Constantine

  • Marry Ryan as John Constantine
  • Emmet J. Scanlan as The Spectre
  • Tracy Spiridakos as Nightmare Nurse
  • Meghan Ory as Zatana
  • Arnold Vosloo as Nergal
  • Jonathan Schaech as Jonah Hex
  • with Corey Stoll as Deadman
  • and David Tennant as Phantom Stranger

Following the events of "Constantine"s finale we see hell being opened and the demonic breed once more attempting to take over. However one demon appears to be taking charge over the entire species: Constantine's arch nemisis Nergal. Knowing that he can't defeat the demonic hordes on his own Constantine seeks aid by Zatana, The Spectre, Deadman, Phantom Stranger and Jonah Hex. However Nergal has a secret weapon up his sleeve: a demonic girl with the ability to surive anything.


  • Episode 1, "Loose Ends"

  • Synopsis:
    As Amandriel (special guest star Harrold Perrineau) unleashes the forces of hell onto earth the demon Nergal (Arnold Vosloo) takes charge over the hordes of demons and gives Manny the powers of a demon. John Constantine (Matt Ryan) is forced to find and free other gifted people to help him defeat the threat Nergal poses: The Spectre (Emmet J. Scanlan) has to be convinced in New Orleans; Zatana (Meghan Ory) has to be made aware of her powers and Deadman (Corey Stoll) has to be freed from Hell. Also John is aided by the mysterious Phantom Stranger (David Tennant), a man without a past or future. The Battle for earth begins.

  • Episode 2, "Out of Time"

  • Synopsis:
    Jonah Hex (Jonathan Schaech) has been ressurected by Nergal (Arnold Vosloo) with the intention of using Hex's abilities of speaking to the dead to find the key to unleashing the "First of the Fallen" onto earth. Hex poses a bigger threat to John (Matt Ryan) than he is willing to admit.

  • Episode 3, "100 year old Virgin"

  • Synopsis:
    In order to stop Nergal (Arnold Vosloo) from freeing "The First of the Fallen" from his prison the team, now joined by Hex ventures to Transylvania to obtain the mysterious "Eye of Zhaar" wich poses as a key to the First's prison. However the artifact is guarded by Andrew Bennett, a vampire with the conciousness of a human, who won't let anyone near the artifact, knowing what threat it poses.

  • Episode 4, "Her Darkness"

  • Synopsis:
    With the help of the mentally confused Asa aka. Nightmare Nurse (Tracy Spiridakos) Nergal manages to raise an army of the undead for himself. However Constantine (Matt Ryan) still hasn't given up on the young girls soul and takes the team into a hospital full of the Undead to convince Asa to join his crusade.

  • Episode 5, "Love Hurts"

  • Synopsis:
    As Nergal (Arnold Vosloo) destroys the barrier between life and death in his anger over losing Asa (Tracy Spiridakos) to John Constantine's (Matt Ryan) crusade, an army of angry spirits is unleashed. One such spirit has taken John into her eyes. Blythe (guest star Nora Zehetner), a former love of John, blames Constantine for her demise and vows to make him suffer for what happened to her 15 years ago.

  • Episode 6, "The Sum of All Evil"

  • Synopsis:
    As he gets closer to free "The First of the Fallen" (guest star Jason Spisak), Nergal (Arnold Vosloo) sends out one of his accolytes, Blight (guest star Derek Mears), to take down the team. Blight, a creature composed of all of humanities sins, causes a major rift in the team by turning all their sins inside out.

  • Episode 7, "Justice is Blind"

  • Synopsis:
    Not every magic user is on John Constantines (Matt Ryan) side. Mister E. (guest star Alex Carter), John's mentor, grows fed up with John's abuse of magic despite his reasoning to stop the apocalypse. As a punishment Mister E strips John of his powers, a race for regaining John's strenght ensues.

  • Episode 8, "In Bed with the Devil"

  • Synopsis:
    A newly depowered Constantine (Matt Ryan) attempts to get some sort of power from an old ally of his: Papa Midnite (guest star Michael James Shaw). However the team has to find out that Midnite is in cahoots with Nergal (Arnold Vosloo). Under threat of destroying all of New Orleans, Nergal forces Midnite to seek for the location of the "First of the Fallen"'s cage.

  • Episode 9, "Skull and Bone"

  • Synopsis:
    With the location of "The First of the Fallen"s cage found Nergal (Arnold Vosloo) is only one step away of freeing his master. However the last needed ingedient is within the body of an ancient creature named Anton Arcane (guest star Jeff Kober). However Arcane considers both Nergal as well as the team his enemies, an all out war begins.

  • Episode 10, "My Own Little Apocalypse"

  • Synopsis:
    "The First of the Fallen" (guest star Jason Spisak) is free and in the body of Nergal (Arnold Vosloo) is ready to destroy all of humanity. The entity finds itself opposed by an outmatched team with one final trick up their sleeve...

Legends of Tomorrow: Season 4

Inspiration: Injustice League
Style: dark crime thriller mixed Batman v Superman style

  • John Barrowman as The Dark Archer
  • Tom Cavanagh as Reverse Flash
  • Peyton List as Golden Glider
  • Liam MacIntyre as Weather Wizard
  • Jessica DeGouw as Huntress
  • Andy Mientus as Pied Piper
  • Amy Gumenick as Cupid
  • with Dominic Purcell as Heatwave
  • and Wentworth Miller as Captain Cold

Earth is about the be changed forever as a Illuminati-esque organization threatens to globalize and control earth's entire defense systems. Planning to destroy and thus "cleanse" earth the organization finds itself opposed by the most unlikely of teams: a team full of ruthless villains. Knowing that they won't have a place to do anything bad in anymore a team consisting of The Dark Archer, Reverse Flash, Golden Glider, Huntress, Weather Wizard, Pied Piper,Cupid, Heatwave and Captain Cold assembles and vows to take down the mysterious organization.


  • Episode 1, "Court of Owls (Court of Owls)"

  • Synopsis:
    After being held captive by the so called "Court of Owls" since he was supposedly destroyed the Reverse Flash (Matt Letscher) awakens powerless at the coast of Star City. With nothing but few memories of the organizaztions plans he assembles the most unlikely of teams: The Dark Archer (John Barrowman), Pied Piper (Andy Mientus), Golden Glider (Peyton List), Heatwave (Dominic Purcell), Captain Cold (Wentworth Miller), Weather Wizard (Liam MacIntyre), Cupid (Amy Gumenick) and Huntress (Jessica DeGouw) all join to save earth. However the "Court of Owls" is harder to find than it appears at first sight.

  • Episode 2, "No Honor Among Thieves (The Dodger)"

  • Synopsis:
    A lead on the "Court of Owls" brings the team to Sienna where they quickly are thrown on the sent of none other than the Dodger (guest star James Callis) who, hired by the Court, is set to steal an ancient relic that eerily resembles a micro chip. Captain Cold (Wentworth Miller), Golden Glider (Peyton List) and Heatwave (Dominic Purcell) use their know-how as thieves to obtain the relic. But the Dodger isn't easy to mess with...

  • Episode 3, "Silent Assassin (Kommodo)"

  • Synopsis:
    All over the globe influential politicians drop like flies. Merlyn (John Barrowman) quickly notices a pattern and finds out that the victims position later on were replaced by Owl accolytes. Thawne (Matt Letscher) urges Merlyn to stop the assassin who is none other than Komodo (guest star Matt Ward). A man that took The Dark Archer as his inspiration.

  • Episode 4, "Fire and Pain (Tar-Pit)"

  • Synopsis:
    As the Court grows aware of the teams attempts to stop them they send Tar-Pit (guest star Marco Grazzini) after them. A battle Heatwave (Dominic Purcell) and Captain Cold (Wentworth Miller) can't resist.

  • Episode 5, "Face/Off (Hannibal Bates)"

  • Synopsis:
    As a politician is murdered by his own wife the team investigates due to the wifes claims of not even having been in town at the time. In fact the murder resembles a few others done in the name of the Court of Owls. Quickly Hannibal Bates (guest star Martin Novotny) involvement becomes evident.

  • Episode 6, "I Dream of Chaos (Anarky)"

  • Synopsis:
    Reports of smaller towns being ruthlessly decimated send the team on the trail of Anarky (guest star Alexander Calvert), who has been hired by the Court of Owls to bring ultimate chaos upon the globe.

  • Episode 7, "Say No Evil (Murmur)"

  • Synopsis:
    The "Court of Owl's" motives become even darker as the team encounters a mass grave of ritualistic murder victims. The murders, commited by Murmur (guest star Adrian Glynn McMorran), lead the team to suspect that an even darker threat is about to rise.

  • Episode 8, "Breathe the Darkness (The Mist)"

  • Synopsis:
    The Court of Owls sends the Mist (guest star Anthony Carrigan) after the team, ultimately costing one team-mates life.

  • Episode 9, "Born on a Thursday (Solomon Grundy)"

  • Synopsis:
    Eobard Thawne (Matt Letscher) is dead, after the suicidal attack of the Mist (guest star Anthony Carrigan) the team is growing tired of the chase and decides to just storm their enemies base. There they're greeted by a undead creature known as Solomon Grundy (guest star Brock Lesnar).

  • Episode 10, "Neutral Evil (John Wycliffe)"

  • Synopsis:
    As the Court aquires the final part of the Anti-Monitor (guest star D.C Douglas) and ressurects the creature our villains jump into battle one last time, knowing that they might never return from it.

Legends of Tomorrow: Season 5

Inspiration: Teen Titans
Style: Saturday Morning Cartoon, mostly light, only Odysseus dark

  • Colton Haynes as Arsenal
  • Willa Holland as Speedy
  • Keynan Londsdale as Kid Flash
  • Robbie Kay as Beast Boy
  • Francia Raisa as Raven
  • Haley Ramm as Starfire
  • Billy Magnussen as Jericho
  • Odette Annabele as Ravager
  • and Ron Perlman as Odysseus

After an attack on the life of Roy Harper aka. Arsenal is made Speedy and Kid Flash investigate in Arsenal's closer circle. They soon discover Harper's elite team of young superheroes consisting of Raven, Starfire and Beast Boy. The team soon discovers the culprits behind the attack: the remains of the Wilson family. Fueled by the wish of vengance for Deathstroke the group attempts to destroy everyone connected to Slade Wilsons downfall.


  • Episode 1, "Unhanded (Jackal)"

  • Synopsis:
    As Thea Queen (Willa Holland) recieves the information that her former boyfriend Roy Harper (Colton Haynes) as been found with severe injuries and a cut off hand she rushes to find out what exactly happened to him. As she investigates she finds out that Harper aka. Arsenal led his own little secret team of superheroes consisting of Beast Boy (Robbie Kay), Starfire (Haley Ramm), Kid-Flash (Keynan Londsdale) and Raven (Francia Raisa). With the team to back her up Speedy finds the man responsible for the attack on Roy: an assassin naming himself Jackal (guest star Dustin Clare).

  • Episode 2, "In the Name of the Brother (Wade DeFarge)"

  • Synopsis:
    Through Jackal (guest star Dustin Clare) the team finds out why Roy (Colton Haynes) was attacked: the Wilson family, blaming Roy and Thea (Willa Holland) for the death of Slade Wilson (special guest star Manu Bennett), has gone on a bloodhunt for them. A second assassin in the form of Wade De Farge (guest star Daniel Feuerriegel), Slade's brother has already taken Speedy into his visor.

  • Episode 3, "....So in Death (Adeline Kane Wilson)"

  • Synopsis:
    With a mechanic arm Roy (Colton Haynes) is back on the team, however the happiness is short lived as the hideout is locked from the outside and the team is incapable of leaving. Locked in with the psychotic wife (guest star Claudia Black) of Slade Wilson (special guest star Manu Bennett) the team has to find a way to use the areal to their advantage.

  • Episode 4, "Do as I Say (Jericho)"

  • Synopsis:
    After being kidnapped Starfire (Haley Ramm) returns but appears changed to the team. Soon it becomes evident that she's mind controlled by Jericho (Billy Magnussen).

  • Episode 5, "Through the Eye (Wintergreen)"

  • Synopsis:
    With Jericho (Billy Magnussen) locked up in their cell the team attempts to make him understand that Slade's death was not on them. However the team has little time to convince Jericho of their innocence as Wintergreen (Jeffrey C. Robinson) is back in town with the goal to kill Thea (Willa Holland).

  • Episode 6, "You're in the Army Now (Deathstroke Army)"

  • Synopsis:
    Led by Wintergreen (guest star Jeffrey C. Robinson) an army of Wilson-loyal soldiers takes the city hostage akin to Wilson's action in 2013. With Jericho (Billy Magnussen) on their side the team attempts to free Speedy (Willa Holland) and finish the occupation peacefully.

  • Episode 7, "Daddy's Favourite (Rose Wilson)"

  • Synopsis:
    Rose Wilson (Odette Anabele), hellbent to kill Roy (Colton Haynes) and Thea (Willa Holland) for her fathers death, is out for blood. However she is pittet against her own brother Jericho (Billy Magnussen) who attempts to make Rose see the truth.

  • Episode 8, "Footsteps (Grant Wilson)"

  • Synopsis:
    After finding out that Slade (special guest star Manu Bennett) was never dead to begin with and was just used by Odysseus (Ron Perlman) to regain the remains of the Mirakuru from his blood the team together with Rose (Odette Annable) and Jericho (Billy Magnussen) take on the third Wilson sibling: Grant (guest star Michael Trevino).

  • Episode 9, "Prison Break (Freeing Deathstroke)

  • Synopsis:
    In a highly risky mission the team attempts to free Slade (special guest star Manu Bennett) from Odysseus (Ron Perlman) grip. However Thea's (Willa Holland) personal apathy for what he did to her mother causes trouble during the mission.

  • Episode 10, "Endgame (Odysseus)"

  • Synopsis:
    Through Slade's (special guest star Manu Bennett) blood Odysseus (Ron Perlman) manages to heal his body enough to be capable to fight once more. Ready to kill his own son the fight between the two Deathstrokes errupts.

Legends of Tomorrow: Season 6

Inspiration: DC Universe Police

Style: Police Procedualic

  • Paul Blackthorne as Capt. Quentin Lance
  • Jesse L. Martin as Det. Joe West
  • Rutina Wesley as Liza Warner
  • Lochlyn Munro as Officer Stein
  • Patrick Sabongui as Capt. David Singh
  • and Shantel Van Santen as Det. Patty Spivot

Not all Legends are superheroes. A show centering around the cops of Star and Central City taking on everyday criminals as well as superpowered maniacs. As the threat of meta humans becomes more and more evident CCPD and SCPD decide to join forces and create a inter-city special unit consisting of Detective Patty Spivot, disgraced cop Liza Warner and Officer Stein to investigate in these supernatural cases.


  • Episode 1, "Welcome to the Force"

  • Synopsis:
    After a mission goes sideways due to a supervillain interrupring the scene Captains Quentin Lance (Paul Blackthorne) and David Singh (Davind Sangongui) form a special unit focused to take out crimes seemingly commited by supervillains in both Central City and Star City. Patty Spivot (Shantel Van Santen), Officer Stein (Lochlyn Munro) and Liza Warner (Rutina Wesley) are assigned to the task force and immediately put on the trail of the Royal Flush Gang (guest stars Tom Stevens, Sarah-Jane Redmond & Kyle Schmid).

  • Episode 2, "What's yours, Is Mine"

  • Synopsis:
    The Dodger (guest star James Callis) strikes again, however this time his targets are seemingly poor families. The investigation leads the team into the Dodgers dark and crime ridden past.

  • Episode 3, "The List"

  • Synopsis:
    A murder series attracts the attention of Captain Lance (Paul Blackthorne), through the help of Oliver Queen (special guest star Stephen Amell) he quickly finds out why: the killer is working off the list Queen followed in his early days as the hood. The team investigates and quickly is led on the trail of a secret admirer of Green Arrow.

  • Episode 4, "Count Vertigo"

  • Synopsis:
    In both Star City and Central City a wave of drug overdoses cause panic in the ER's as there is seemingly no way to undo the toxic effects of the drug. Stein (Lochlyn Munro) and Spivot (Shantel Van Santen) investigate leading them to the root of all evil: Drug kingpin Count Vertigo (special guest star Peter Stormare) has spiked his drugs with a new formula. Once you run low on the drug you start suffering from the detox worse than ever before.

  • Episode 5, "Goldfinger"

  • Synopsis:
    Disgraced former military man Wade Eiling (special guest star Clancy Brown) has changed his career path and, together with a crew of his own, robs banks under the alias of Goldfinger. As one of Goldfingers robberies ends in a hostage situation the team is put on the plan to diffuse the drama.

  • Episode 6, "Dosvedanya"

  • Synopsis:
    Dozens of shootings between russian mobsters attract Stein's (Lochlyn Munro) attention. It seems the russian Bratva is having an internal fight. Apparently the events are so severe that even mob kingpin Anatoly Knyazev (guest star David Nyckl) himself is set to fly in from russia. A chance Captain Singh (Patrick Sanbongui) doesn't want to go to waste, he sends out the team to take down Knyazev and the Bratva once and for all.

  • Episode 7, "Organ Run"

  • Synopsis:
    As a body is brought to shore a gruesome discovery is made: like in 11 similar cases all organs were removed. The team investigates and slowly uncovers a twisted scheme of a mad scientist (guest star Jan Bos).

  • Episode 8, "Remnants"

  • Synopsis:
    As multiple criminals are murdered on the street the team suspects a new vigilante being on the plan. However, thanks to the help of Sara Lance (special guest star Caity Lotz), they soon find out that they're dealing with a former member of the League of Assassins. Once disbanded the killer seemingly takes matters into his own hands to "cleanse" earth.

  • Episode 9, "Brother Eye"

  • Synopsis:
    As Central City keeps suffering from power-outs and cyber heists the team suspects a new team of criminals being in town. With the help of tech wiz Felicity Smoak (special guest star Emily Bett Rickards) the team is set on the trail of a team consisting of The Calculator (guest star Tom Amandes), Clock King (special guest star Robert Knepper) and Smoak's ex boyfriend Cooper (guest star Nolan Funk) who form the trio "Brother Eye". A team with the goal to take control over Central City's entire infrastructure.

  • Episode 10, "Run this Town"

  • Synopsis:
    After a meth deal goes south the team is brought on the trail of the chinese Traids opperating under a new leader: a former League Priestess (guest star Francoise Yip) with dark plans for Star City.

Legends of Tomorrow: Season 7

Inspiration; Challengers of the Unknown
Style: light, fun, 50s-60s comics, titles in the style of 40s horror movies

  • Ioan Gruffud as Professor Walt Haley
  • Shane West as Ace Morgan
  • Emilie De Ravin as June Robbins
  • Daniel Tosh as Red Ryan Robbins
  • Rick Worthy as Rocky Davis

Multi-Man, an immortal enemy of the Time Watchers, has the special ability to return to life once killed, each time he's ressurected he gains a new superpower. His newest power is to travel through time at will, something the Time Watchers can't allow. To not actively cause a disruption to the timeline themselves they pick 5 passengers from a doomed to crash flight and grant each a superpower to travel the multiverse and destroy Multi-Man once and for all. The team consists of Professor Haley, given the ability of telekenisis; army vet Rocky Davis, who is granted invisibility; siblings June and Red Robbins who are given the ability of turning into a living flame and flight and Ace Morgan who is given the ability to control ice.


  • Episode 1, "The Adventure of a Lifetime"

  • Synopsis:
    Destined to die in a plane crash Walt Haley (Ioan Gruffud), Ace Morgan (Shane West), June Robbins (Emilie De Ravin), Red Ryan Robbins (Daniel Tosh) and Rocky Davis (Rick Worthy are saved by the Time Watchers and grante superpowers to take down Multi-Man (special guest star Daniel Gillies). A creature incapable of dying and gaining a new power with each ressurection, with his newest power being time travel. A threat too big for the Time Watchers to ignore. The team is sent through the multi-verse to defeat Multi-Man. However the team didn't count with Multi-Man's bodyguard Chun Yull (guest star Matt Cohen).

  • Episode 2, "The Beast from Fire"

  • Synopsis:
    With their ship the team lands in a new dimension where they suspect a lead of Multi-Man. However they find a village in terror of a creature calling itself volcano man. Incapable of letting these people die alone the team decides to take action and stands against the creature.

  • Episode 3, "When the World turned against Us"

  • Synopsis:
    The hunt for their target leads the team on a planet called Yaggardis. However a group of settlers begs them to take them away from the planet as the entire world evidently has turned against them and actively tries to kill them.

  • Episode 4, "The Challengers Meet the Bolt"

  • Synopsis:
    Multi-Man (special guest star Daniel Gillies) sends Bolt (guest star C. Thomas Howell) after the team. Locking them up on their ship Bolt attempts to eliminate the team one-by-one. However by holding together the team stands tall against their enemy.

  • Episode 5, "Bride of the Robot"

  • Synopsis:
    Derailed by their enemy the team lands in a different dimension where seemingly living robots have taken over. The robotic warlord Kra (guest star Michael Chiklis) abducts June and plans to make her his wife.

  • Episode 6, "Revenge of the Doctor!"

  • Synopsis:
    Landing at a space station in the far future the team attempts to heal Rocky (Rick Worthy) after being severely injured. However the space station seems to be harbouring a psychotic killer.

  • Episode 7, "Abominable Wizard"

  • Synopsis:
    Back in their own world the team plans to get a day off however a powerfull magic user (guest star Jonathan Aris) plans to steal the teams powers to impress his master Multi-Man (special guest star Daniel Gillies).

  • Episode 8, "It looked like Us"

  • Synopsis:
    The team suspects to find Multi-Man (special guest star Daniel Gillies) in 19th century Salem however all they find is one of his followers: Chiller (guest star Beth Riesgraf). A shapeshifting monster throwing the small town into panic.

  • Episode 9, "They hid Within"

  • Synopsis:
    Landing in the mid 50s the team hopes to find a way to refuel their ship, however they come across a mysterious plague in a small settlement in Nevada.

  • Episode 10, "Attack of the Multi-Man"

  • Synopsis:
    Multi-Man (special guest star Daniel Gillies) has done it: he has taken over the Time Watchers and threatens to destroy the fundament of time itself.


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