The final season of The Flash won’t wrap up Legends of Tomorrow’s Cliffhanger ending, according to Showrunner

Of The flashthe last remaining Arrowverse series on The CW, which kicks off its final season on Wednesday, many fans of the long-running, DC Comics-inspired franchise are hoping that Barry Allen’s final run will also serve to wrap up the cliffhanger left unsolved by the series. has remained final of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. Unfortunately for Legends fans, The flash showrunner Eric Wallace says that simply won’t be the case. Speak with The nerds of colorWallace said it was the last season of The flash longer ago, there was an idea to complete Legends of tomorrowbut due to the shortened number of episodes, it just couldn’t happen.

“There was originally when I would have hoped we would have had 20 episodes, but my original concept was to have at least one – if not a two-part – that would wrap up. Legends of tomorrow. And you know, there’s going to be a little crossover to get them back, we’ll get them out of time prison, all this good stuff, Booster Gold, etc, etc,” Wallace said. “When we found out we were only 13 having episodes, that was no longer possible. We barely have enough time to wrap things up with Barry and Iris’ soon-to-be family, let alone who plays Danielle Panabaker now, so there wasn’t enough time. So unfortunately we can’t finish it Legends storyline which I know is very disappointing for the fans. It’s disappointing to me. But we just don’t have the bandwidth.”

Despite the fact that there is no proper closure for it Legends, that doesn’t mean we might not see the heroes again. Wallace said they’re still writing the series finale and it sounded like we could see the Legends one more time.

“We’re still writing a series finale, so you never know what could happen at the very end,” he said. “Hope springs forever, but I just want to put that aside for now. All the Legends will appear in at least one episode.”

This isn’t the first time we’ve heard something like this from the showrunner. Wallace said last May he wasn’t sure he could “save” Legends in the last season of The flash. At the time, Wallace cited the then undecided number of episodes.

“I don’t even know what my order is,” he said at the time. “I’m going to make it Legends… as much as I’d like to do that, that’s not something that comes very easily in a season where I might have to wrap up my own story. I want to be honest and not give anyone hope.”

The flashThe final season premieres Wednesday, February 8 at 8/7c on The CW.

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