Tvinsider.com – The CW’s lovable group of action misfits from Legends of Tomorrow head into Season 4 tonight with a new member — Constantine (Matt Ryan), the demon hunter fans first met as the star of his own short-lived NBC drama — and a magical mess to clean up.
Having softened the barrier between worlds during their battle with demonic Mallus, the Legends have also freed a slew of mythical creatures at the end of last season, but thankfully, they have some solid leadership in the form of Caity Lotz’s Sara Lance.
Since we have been obsessed with Lotz since she first Canary’ed on Arrow and love the fact that she is finally front-and-center where she belongs, of course we took this chance to talk to the Arrowverse’s underrated powerhouse about taking control of the Waverider, why Season 4 is the best so far, and Shethority, the sisterhood haven she has created with some of her fellow superheroines.
OK, Captain! You have Constantine (Matty Ryan) joining the team and the formerly possessed Nora (Courtney Ford) coming back. So are you guys heading into a new dark direction?
Caity Lotz: Dark, maybe, in the sense of dark magic, but our show is all about fun. Dark is definitely not something we usually hear. [Laughs] But you know, actually, when I think about it, it is a little more… there’s a little bit more gore and horror and those elements in it. But we always keeps it still light, ’cause it’s a comedy, so all of us are just having fun with it.
Do you think that this season is the best?
I think so, yeah. You know how it kind of just started getting crazy? Where everyone was like “What is happening?” It’s that and even more. We just keep leaning into it. I don’t even know how the writers keep pulling it off, but every time we read a script it’s like “What is happening? This is amazing!”
Especially with such a big cast. The Wave Rider set is about to get more crowded when you’re all on set.
It definitely does, though I think this season the writers got really good at separating things. So instead of all of us on a mission together, it’s like we kind of spread out so there’s a lot more storylines that are happening. It’s like “This is happening and that’s happening, and then this is happening,” and all these three simultaneous storylines all flowing together. Which I think is actually really interesting.
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