A solid, if slow-moving, episode gives two of the series' best actors a chance to light up a Soviet night--one with charm, the other with gravitas
Robbie Amell tells CBR about his personal crisis on multiple Earths and Deathstorm's connections to Killer Frost, Zoom and Cisco's Earth-2 counterpart.
In the show's best episode so far, three missions feel self-contained, exploring the characters' demons as well as several different genre tributes.
Though still a little clunky, the second "Legends" episode figures out the best way to develop the characters: through its action sequences.
Franz Drameh expresses his excitement about bringing his half of the Nuclear Man closer to its original comic incarnation.
Rip Hunter introduces his team their time-ship and Firestorm stars a solo spot in the latest promos for The CW's newest superhero series.
When Professor Stein can no longer carry the burden of the Firestorm matrix alone, Team Flash enlists Jay Jackson to create a new superhero.
The former Firestorm actor passes the torch to newcomer Franz Darmeh in an Instagram pic.
Martin Stein and Firestorm join Barry Allen in a new poster hyping the debut of the hero's newest metahuman ally.
Franz Drameh makes his official debut as Jay Jackson, Professor Martin Stien's new partner as Firestorm.
A behind-the-scenes featurette for the returning superhero series reveals what appears to be a major spoiler concerning Firestorm's identity.
Metamorpho, Raven and Katana are among the characters that will return to the spotlight in 2016.
New concept art for The CW's upcoming superhero team series adds fuel to speculation regarding Firestorm's status as a Legend of Tomorrow.
Robbie Amell discusses his role on the season finale, where his character will appear next season, Firetorm's growing powers and much more.
"The Tomorrow People" veteran discusses "The Flash's" take on the Golden Glider and how she throws everyone off balance.