VICTOR GARBER Exits DC's LEGENDS OF TOMORROW As Series Regular

Legends of Tomorrow Star Confirmed to be Leaving this Season

Legends of Tomorrow Star Confirmed to be Leaving this Season

The question now is how the show plans to allow his character, Martin Stein, to gracefully exit the show when he's one half a whole where Firestorm is concerned?

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. According to the report, Garber is leaving to return to Broadway and headline the Tony award-winning Hello, Dolly! Warner Bros. TV and The CW didn't provide a comment on the departure.

I first heard rumblings about a potential Garber exit last spring as Legends of Tomorrow was wrapping its second season. Garber is set to replace David Hyde Pierce as Horace Vandergelder in the stage play, and his first show is scheduled on January 20 next year. Although the physics professor chose to stay on the Waverider at the final moments of the episode, he only did so under the proviso that he would return to Central City 2017 in time for the childbirth of his daughter Lily (Christina Brucato). An unconfirmed report has identified someone in the series who appears to be headed out the door.

On Legends of Tomorrow, Garber, whose character was introduced on Flash before segueing to the superhero team-up offshoot, has starred opposite Brandon Routh, Arthur Darvill, Caity Lotz, Franz Drameh, Nick Zano, Maisie Richardson-Sellers, Tala Ashe, Neal McDonough and Dominic Purcell, all series regulars on the current third season. Legends of Tomorrow returned with its season three premiere on Tuesday, and while Garber is listed as a series regular, there's no word how long he'll actually be on the show this season.

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