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a5c7b9f00b Time-traveling rogue Rip Hunter has to recruit a rag-tag team of heroes and villains to help prevent an apocalypse that could impact not only Earth, but all of time.
When heroes alone are not enough... the world needs legends. Having seen the future, Rip Hunter will desperately try to prevent certain events from happening, by time-traveling; Now Rip Hunter is tasked with assembling a desperate group of heroes and villains to confront an unstoppable threat - not only is the planet at stake, but our timeline itself. The Great Question being asked here is can this ragtag team defeat an immortal threat unlike anything they have ever known?
A bunch of super heroes, time jumps, how can you go wrong? Well, apparently, quite a lot. The script is not inspiring and quite repetitive, the acting is not exactly Oscar material, the subplots and budget bickering (having actors bicker about nonsense is very cheap, that&#39;s what Walking Dead taught us) are starting to get aggravating.<br/><br/>I&#39;ve watched six episodes now and I don&#39;t think this show is worth my time. I don&#39;t think I like a single one of the main characters, they all feel very shallow and cheesy.<br/><br/>The only reason I continued watching was it was a sci-fi show, but love for a genre cannot save a mediocre show.
So, the show is struggling to make any sense of its basic premise, namely time travel.<br/><br/>It establishes rules (which any good time travel show/film should do) but then proceeds to break them. Not only that, but they throw in good old fashioned &quot;This makes no sense so we won&#39;t explain it&quot; things to further draw your attention to the fact that it was bad. <br/><br/>An example of this is: In the pilot, we are informed that you can&#39;t interfere in events in the past involving yourself, else dire consequences up to and including the implosion of the universe might ensue.<br/><br/>However, in the very same episode, the old Prof then goes to meet himself in 1975 so that he can get his hands on a scanning device that he invented, in order to scan for some lost tech.<br/><br/>Yep, that&#39;s right. They ignore the established rule and then add insult to that injury. I mean, not only does the universe not fold in on itself, but they have the inventor of a device seek help from himself because, apparently, he doesn&#39;t remember how to make the very thing he invented?!? <br/><br/>Honestly, the only character that made the pilot bearable was Dominic Purcell&#39;s thuggish criminal. The rest are kind of on auto-pilot, including Caity Lotz, suggesting that they really don&#39;t know what is going on either. If the intent was to show a group of disparate characters &quot;muddling&quot; through then it sort of works - until you realise it is the actors that are muddling through, not their characters.<br/><br/>Speaking of the characters... Little is done to really introduce them. A few seconds for each at the beginning is all you get. It&#39;s like the CW really wants you to go and watch Arrow and The Flash in order to understand them, or expects you to be enough of a fan of comics to work things out.<br/><br/>I had high hopes for this show, and I&#39;ll continue to watch a few more episodes, but if there isn&#39;t a marked improvement in the writing - especially regarding the rules of time travel - then I&#39;ll have to give it up as another lost cause like Minority Report.<br/><br/>EDIT: So, having given up on this show

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