Spinning off as part of The CW's "Arrowverse", the show brings together a ragtag group of heroes, villains, and some people who slot right in-between, all whom have to put their differences aside and come together if they're to save the world from a bad fate. Of course, the major, major caveat here is that Legends of Tomorrow needs to be granted another season for this to happen. With that, Matt Ryan's new status as a series regular would help fill that void, should the series come back for a fourth season.
WBTV's release to press didn't expand on any further details, other than John Constantine would be among the main team members on the Waverider.
Matt Ryan, who portrays DC Comics character John Constantine, has been promoted to series regular for a potential fourth season of Legends of Tomorrow. Ryan will also lend his voice to the Constantine animated series, which bows March 24 on CW Seed.
Legends has been a sturdy player for The CW this season and is expected to return, especially as the younger-skewing network is expanding to a sixth night of programming (Sundays) for the 2018-19 season.
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"Legends of Tomorrow" is now the only Arrowverse show officially renewed for a brand new season.
Whilst there's no guarantee of success in bringing Constantine in on a more regular basis, he's certainly proven to be a fan-favourite character, despite his solo series flopping.