For those waiting to see DC’s Legends of Tomorrow return to the air, the wait will be a little longer. The CW announced today that the program will return on April 1st, leading Monday night at 8pm. Arrow will switch to 9pm on April 15 after a two-week hiatus.
While the rest of the superhero shows will return next week, Legends will take an extended winter hiatus to make room for Black Lightning, which itself moved out of the way for freshman series Roswell, New Mexico; a reworking on the late 1990s WB drama Roswell. Last year, Supergirl took the long winter break to accomodate Legends when it made room for Black Lighting‘s debut season. That show’s second season will conclude on March 18th.
Meanwhile, the network also announced the final season of iZombie will begin airing on May 2nd, marking the beginning of the end for the scrappy series. And while not our focus around here, The 100 will take Roswell, New Mexico‘s Tuesday 9pm slot starting April 30th.