With two episodes already done hitting the airwaves, "Legends of Tomorrow" season 2 has received accolade following the introduction of the Justice Society of America (JSA) in episode 2. Mixed reviews made honorable mention of the superhero coup, citing its presence will catapult the show on top in terms of audience ratings share.
Justice Society of America: New Band Of Superheroes
DC's "Legends of Tomorrow" season 2 just presented this week the Justice Society of America in the series, raking positive reviews from both viewers and critics. In episode 2, Rex Tyler/Hourman (Patrick J. Adams) returned on the show along with his new band of superheroes: Stargirl (Sarah Grey), Vixen (Maisie Richardson-Sellers), Doctor Mid-Nite (Kwesi Ameyaw), Obsidian (Dan Payne) and Commander Steel (Matthew MacCaull).
Justice Society Of America: A Milestone
The team's entry on the show to collaborate with the Legends has been considered a milestone, believed to contribute hugely in ramping up its mediocre ratings performances. The presence of JSA is expected to give Legends a robust sense of direction. A review from AV Club stated that the JSA makes a good start for "Legends of Tomorrow" season 2 to catapult itself on top. The first episode of the series this season titled "Out of Time" was able to secure 0.6 audience share on primetime slot with over 1.82 million viewers.
"Legends Of Tomorrow": Expect More
Given the outstanding season opener, "Legends of Tomorrow" is expected to deliver more than what the first two episodes brought on the table. Show's executive producer Marc Guggenheim expressed that fans can expect more as they have a lot up their sleeves. In fact, he spoiled that JSA will live long on the show, while hinting that there will be a character death. Guggenheim also teased about the Legends' pursuit to find Rip Hunter (Arthur Darvill).
DC's "Legends of Tomorrow" season 2 airs Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET on The CW.