Victor Garber to Leave DC's Legends of Tomorrow

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According to a report on Deadline, Garber - who plays Martin Stein, one half of Firestorm - will be exiting DC's Legends of Tomorrow during the current season.

Actor Victor Garber is bidding the Arrowverse farewell. The network and producing studio Warner Bros.

Deadline says that Garber "will remain a series regular" for the rest of Season 3 but there are not plans for his return once he's done filming.

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No specific details are known about what The CW will do, but Robbie Amell who also played one half of Firestorm departed the character, so it's possible The CW could do something similar with a new actor and character.

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 two will be taking over for current leads Bette Middler and David Hyde Pierce.

It had previously been announced that Garber would be returning to Broadway to star in the revival of Hello, Dolly! alongside Bernadette Peters starting January 2018; juggling both that and Legends of Tomorrow certainly would have posed its fair share of challenges.

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The report states that Garber's exit has been planned meticulously to give Stein a fitting send-off.

Legends of Tomorrow Season Three just kicked off this week, showing the team's efforts to fix the timeline after "breaking" it in order to stop the Legion of Doom's attempts to take control of history in the Season Two finale.

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