DC's Legends of Tomorrow

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1 Beebo Saves Christmas
BEEBO SAVES CHRISTMAS is an animated, one-hour special starring everyone’s favorite fuzzy, time-traveling superhero, Beebo (Ben Diskin) of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. Sprinkles (Chris Kattan, Saturday Night Live), an efficiency-obsessed elf, decides that Christmas would run better without Santa Claus (Ernie Hudson, Ghostbusters). Now, Beebo and his friends must travel to the North Pole to, among other things, help discover what truly makes Christmas meaningful. The voice cast also includes Kimiko Glenn (Baby Shark’s Big Show!, Orange Is the New Black) as Tweebo, Yvette Nicole Brown (Community) as Turbo and Keith Ferguson (DuckTales, Elena of Avalor) as Fleabo, while DC’s Legends of Tomorrow veteran Victor Garber narrates.

About this show

Having spent last season trying to track down the Loom of Fate, the Legends must now save history from a foe like none they’ve encountered in the past or future. Waverider co-captains Sara Lance and Ava Sharpe have dealt with monsters, time anomalies, and most recently, villains from Hell, but this season they will face something even more challenging and bizarre ... space aliens! After one of their own is abducted by a ruthless alien, this new mission becomes personal. It will take more than the combined powers of John Constantine, Mick Rory, Nate Heywood, and brother-sister duo, Zari and Behrad Tarazi, to save the world for a sixth time. They must recruit a new Legend, a woman who was abducted by aliens when she was a child and supposedly imbued with powers that will help the team defeat their intergalactic foes. Either that or she’s just crazy...

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3.48K reviews
Noelle D
February 19, 2020
Ok so I absolutely loved this show at first, it was great in the first season, likeseeiously the character development, storyline, everything was amazing but it really went downhill and got progressively worse as the seasons went on. The characters were constantly replaced with new people and they stopped developing anything and everyone was made super shallow and obnoxious. I'm not kidding when I say that it is now the quality of a kids show but too inappropriate for them to watch, it sucks now
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Michael Norman
January 25, 2016
The story, the acting, the dialog, the chemistry were so lame my nose bled and my iris' were jammed upward permanently from repeated eye-rolling. The device I used to watch this....uh...media will be immediately dispatched, burned, and it's remains will be blessed and monitored by witch doctors for the remnant of this century for fear that the impurities imposed on the device might escape and trigger an apocalypse. Thank you.
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Daniel Rothgeb
February 26, 2017
The acting and storyline aren't really anything novel or inspiring or even good writing. Just pure cheese. Worse, the current structure of the series makes it impossible to understand or enjoy as a standalone. Unless you also watch "The Flash", and "The Arrow", don't even bother with this show. The producers put connecting plot points in the other shows, and transition with little or no standalone explanations, leaving viewers who have not followed the other series baffled.
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