Victor Garber to leave DC's Legends of Tomorrow in season 3

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'DC's Legends Of Tomorrow': Series Regular To Exit CW Series

The spinoff to Arrow and The Flash, DC's Legends Of Tomorrow, may have had a rocky start, but there is no denying that it eventually became just as loved as the other shows in the Arrowverse.

Then again, cast turnover is the one constant on Legends of Tomorrow, which has always been meant to have a rotating group of characters. The network and producing studio Warner Bros.

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Victor Garber's Legends time is coming to an end. Actor David Hyde Pierce now plays the part in the hit Broadway revival, starring Bette Midler. According to the report, Garber is leaving to return to Broadway and headline the Tony award-winning Hello, Dolly! Apparently, his departure had been in the works for some time now, and given the tendency of The CW's DC shows to resurrect certain characters every now and then, there's every possibility for Garber to be brought back for episodes in the future.

A Broadway run is a big undertaking, involving a six day a week schedule and 7-8 shows a week. It's also said he'll remain a series regular throughout the third season, which premiered last night, though he's not likely to return for episodes beyond those he's already filmed. In a show about time travel, anything is possible.

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This story includes a detail about the current Season 3 of the CW's Legends of Tomorrow.

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