It’s Back to the Future Time in Legends of Tomorrow Episode 6.07 Promo

It’s Back to the Future Time in Legends of Tomorrow Episode 6.07 Promo

The CW just debuted a brand new promo from the upcoming seventh episode of Legends of Tomorrow season 6. The next installment will feature the Legends’ attempt to save their captain, Sara, who is still missing since the premiere episode of the current season. This time, Behrad and the others will travel in time back to White Canary’s kidnapping, during the events of last season’s finale. Their choice might alter their reality, causing unforeseeable changes, as the Back to the Future: Part II references seem to imply.

You can watch the Legends of Tomorrow episode 6.07 promo in the player below.

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Glen Winter directed the episode written by Morgan Faust and Mark Bruner. The official synopsis for “Back to the Finale Part II”  reads:

“BACK IN TIME – With Ava (Jes Macallan) a wreck, Behrad (Shayan Sobhian) the Legends make a last-ditch effort to keep Sara (Caity Lotz) from being abducted in the first place, even knowing that it will alter the timeline. Sara grapples with what she has just discovered about herself but is also shocked when Rory (Dominic Purcell) finds her on the mystery planet. With no time to spare, Sara, Mick and Gary (Adam Tsekham) devise a plan to help defeat Bishop (guest star Raffi Barsoumian). Meanwhile, Spooner (Lisseth Chavez) envisions what her life would be like if she hadn’t joined the Legends. Nick Zano, Tala Ashe, Matt Ryan and Olivia Swann also star.”

The next episode of Legends of Tomorrow season 6 will premiere on Sunday, June 20, on The CW.

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