Caity Lotz is “bummed” following information of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow‘s cancellation. Hours after it was confirmed on Friday that the collection would finish after seven seasons on The CW, Lotz, whose character Sara (aka Black Canary) first appeared on Arrow in 2013 earlier than carrying over onto Legends, broke her silence, admitting her disappointment whereas additionally thanking followers for his or her assist all through the present’s seven season run.
Lotz addressed the cancellation information in a collection of Instagram Story movies, telling followers that she is “bummed” and “unhappy.” Lotz added that she is “going to overlook it a lot. I will miss our wonderful solid and crew.” Nonetheless, the actress mentioned that “on the identical time I acknowledge how fortunate have been to play Sara Lance for this lengthy. Engaged on Legends has been wonderful. It has been such a journey and I’m so endlessly grateful for it, and for you guys.” She ended her message, “so, thanks. To all of the Legends of Tomorrow followers on the market, we love you guys a lot. And it has been a blast.”
Primarily based on the DC characters and that includes characters launched in Arrow and The Flash, along with new ones, Legends of Tomorrow premiered in 2016. Along with Lotz, who was the one unique solid member left from Season 1, the collection starred Lisseth Chavez, Adam Tsekhman, Tala Ashe, and Olivia Swann. Co-showrunner Keto Shimizu introduced Friday that after seven season, Legends, which ended Season 7 on a cliffhanger, wouldn’t return for Season 8.
“It has been an unbelievable run. Nonetheless, the CW has tell us that there will likely be no season 8,” Shimizu announced. “We’re heartbroken, but in addition immensely grateful for the wonderful work our solid, crew, and writers have contributed to the little present that might… Thanks to our followers; your love and keenness for our unusual band of misfits has made each break, each script, each each day, each lower, and each combine value all of the laborious work. We see you, we love you, and you will all the time have a spot on the Waverider.”
Regardless of the cancellation information, followers of the collection aren’t fairly prepared to surrender hope. Shortly after Shimizu revealed the information, Legends followers created a Change.org petition in a ultimate try to avoid wasting the collection. Writing that “we would like another season at the least, we would like an opportunity to say a correct goodbye to the characters we love so significantly” and stating that the cancellation is “screwed up,” the petition has acquired practically 12,000 signatures with a aim of 15,000.