The Wait Is Over—Arrow And Legends Of Tomorrow Are Moving To Space


It’s all happening, Arrowverse fans—Space is officially the new home of not just one, but two beloved DC television shows.

Arrow (which recently wrapped its sixth season) and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (which wrapped its third) will both be hitting Space this upcoming fall. And you know what that means—more crossovers, more jam-packed action, more intrigue, and a whole lotta angst.

When we last saw Team Arrow, Quentin Lance (Paul Blackthorne) bit the dust while Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) bit the bullet by publicly revealing his secret identity as the Green Arrow. Oliver also turned himself in to the FBI and subsequently got thrown in prison, which maybe wasn’t the smartest move. Legends‘ Sara Lance (Caity Lotz) dropped by the hospital to pay Quentin one last visit before he died, finding time to pay her respects despite the fact that she and her fellow Legends had their work cut out for them in Season 3 (in case you forgot, they spent the better part of the season fixing all of those destructive time “anachronisms” they inadvertently created).


Loyal DC fans might also recall that Arrowverse co-creator Marc Guggenheim withdrew from his position as Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow showrunner this past April, meaning that pretty much anything could happen once both series move over to Space this fall. But not to worry—longtime writer-producer Beth Schwartz will take over for Arrow while Phil Klemmer, Guggenheim’s showrunning partner, will steer the Legends of Tomorrow ship.

Stay tuned for official Arrow Season 7 and Legends of Tomorrow Season 4 premiere date announcements. In the meantime, you can still watch full episodes of both series on