Only Legends and surprisingly Supergirl. While not part of the Beeboverse, Black Lightning was solid as well, albeit a little scattered at times.
That show is fucking delightful. Skip season 1, they didn't know what they were doing with Legends yet during that season. They finally figure it out and it just rocks and rolls from then on.
Alright, well it looks like I have something else to watch with Flash done and Game of Thrones soon thankfully over
No. Arrow could have kept going but Amell wanted to step away, same with Supernatural. Unless a show is terrible in ratings, it's rare for CW to cancel a show and if it's a show that has been on for a few years it will usually get a proper ending. CW is good about letting it be known ahead of time if a show is heading into it's final season.
I think you'll enjoy it. It's just silly and fun in the best away. Also Lotus isn't 100% accurate that the show is always that batshit. I mean, we call it the Beeboverse because that scene really stands out.
I love him, but I wish his villain voice was a bit more than just that whisper thing.
Everyone else said it better than me. And it merits repeating, skip Season 1. You can go to the OT for a quick recap of S1 if you'd like.
Well I'll take all of your words for it then and just go straight for Season 2 then :P
It certainly looks fun and silly. It's way different from the likes of Arrow and Flash, that's for sure. After Beebo, I'm not sure why I didn't expect leprechauns and unicorns but I didn't and I was surprised. With the 2nd clip, well...they knew what they were doingI think you'll enjoy it. It's just silly and fun in the best away. Also Lotus isn't 100% accurate that the show is always that batshit. I mean, we call it the Beeboverse because that scene really stands out.
But then they do other crazy shit. These two clips are from the same episode. So when they did the huge crossover with all the shows, they didn't include Legends, so Legends did their own whacky thing where they mixed up genres. Look at these two clips (and make sure to watch through the fake credits sequences).
And here's the promo in general for that episode:
That's because the team actively treated him like garbage the whole time. Fuck this team. It took them until the last 20 minutes of the episode to become competent and only Ralph and Sherloque did otherwise.
That would somehow be even worse given all the excessive screentime we've spent on Caitlin loving her new dual personality status quo. To Caitlin, that would effectively be murdering her.
Which feels like a switch they made after we spent seasons on her hating it. If they brought in this story at that point to write Caitlin out, it would have made sense.
I mean she's liked her new situation since last season, even going out of her way to bring her back. it wouldn't really make sense for her to suddenly want to get rid of her.