Legacies (TV series)

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Legacies
Legacies logo 2.png
Genre
Created byJulie Plec
Starring
Composer(s)Michael Suby
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes32 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)
Cinematography
  • Michael Karasick
  • Darren Genet
  • John Smith
  • Datan Hopson
  • Rob C. Givens
Editor(s)
  • Tony Solomons
  • Evan J. Warner
  • Chad Rubel
  • Michael Trent
  • Peter Lam
  • Erik Presant
  • Carol Stutz
Running time41–42 minutes[1]
Production company(s)
DistributorWarner Bros. Television Distribution
Release
Original networkThe CW
Picture format1080i (HDTV)
Original releaseOctober 25, 2018 (2018-10-25) –
present (present)
Chronology
Related shows
External links
Official website

Legacies is an American fantasy drama television series, created by Julie Plec, that premiered on The CW on October 25, 2018. It is a spin-off of The Originals and features characters from both that series and its predecessor, The Vampire Diaries. Danielle Rose Russell stars as the 17-year-old Hope Mikaelson, continuing the role she originated in the fifth and final season of The Originals. Matt Davis also features prominently in the series, reprising his role as Alaric Saltzman from The Vampire Diaries. In January 2019, The CW renewed the series for a second season which premiered on October 10, 2019.[2][3] In January 2020, The CW renewed the series for a third season,[4] set to premiere in January 2021.[5]

Premise[edit]

Legacies follows Hope Mikaelson, the daughter of Klaus Mikaelson and Hayley Marshall, who is descended from some of the most powerful vampire, werewolf, and witch bloodlines. Two years after the events of The Originals, 17-year-old Hope attends the Salvatore School for the Young and Gifted. The school provides a haven where supernatural beings can learn to control their abilities and impulses.[6][7]

Cast and characters[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Danielle Rose Russell as Hope Mikaelson: Hope Andrea Mikaelson is a 17-year-old orphan and student at the Salvatore School for the Young and Gifted who is descended from some of the most powerful vampire, werewolf, and witch bloodlines via her parents, Klaus Mikaelson and Hayley Marshall. The character was first introduced on The Originals.[8]
  • Aria Shahghasemi as Landon Kirby: Rafael's foster brother and an old acquaintance of Hope who eventually becomes her boyfriend and fellow student at the Salvatore School. Initially thought to be a human, he is then suspected of being a supernatural being, and is later revealed to be a phoenix. The character was first introduced on The Originals.[9][10]
  • Kaylee Bryant as Josie Saltzman: A witch and student at the Salvatore School. She is Alaric's 15-year-old daughter, Lizzie's twin, and was named after her biological mother, Josette "Jo" Laughlin of the powerful Gemini coven. Josie is deferential to her sister, Lizzie, and lacks self-confidence. The character was first introduced on The Vampire Diaries.[11][12]
  • Jenny Boyd as Lizzie Saltzman: A witch and student at the Salvatore School. She is Alaric's 15-year-old daughter, Josie's twin, and was named after Elizabeth Forbes, the late mother of the twins' surrogate mother, Caroline Forbes. Lizzie is narcissistic, and is prone to emotional meltdowns. The character was first introduced on The Vampire Diaries.[11][12]
  • Quincy Fouse as Milton "MG" Greasley: A good-natured vampire who works as Alaric's student aide and is friendly with the Saltzman twins.[11][12]
  • Peyton Alex Smith as Rafael Waithe: A recently triggered werewolf and Landon's foster brother. After suffering an abusive childhood in the foster system, he becomes a student at the Salvatore School.[13][12]
  • Matt Davis as Alaric Saltzman: Josie and Lizzie's father and the human headmaster of the Salvatore School. Davis described Alaric's role in the series as "somewhere between Professor X and Dumbledore". The character was first introduced on The Vampire Diaries.[8][14]
  • Chris Lee as Kaleb (season 2;[15] recurring seasons 1–2): A vampire student who is revealed to be drinking the blood of humans, a practice that is banned at the school.

Recurring[edit]

  • Demetrius Bridges as Dorian Williams: The librarian at the Salvatore School. The character was first introduced on The Vampire Diaries.
  • Lulu Antariksa as Penelope Park (season 1): A witch and Josie's ex-girlfriend. She despises Lizzie. Penelope leaves the Salvatore School in "Let's Just Finish the Dance".
  • Karen David as Emma Tig: A witch and the school's guidance counselor.[16] She takes an indefinite leave-of-absence from the Salvatore School in "I'll Tell You a Story". She returns in "This Is Why We Don't Entrust Plans to Muppet Babies" before leaving again with Dorian in "There's a Place Where Lost Things Go".
  • Ben Levin as Jed: The hot-headed and violent alpha werewolf at the school, he is soon replaced as alpha by Rafael.
  • Ben Geurens as the Necromancer: one of the creatures from Malivore.
  • Nick Fink as Ryan Clarke: A seemingly good-natured agent working for Triad Industries, he is later revealed to have sinister motives, and a connection to both Malivore and to Landon.
  • Ebboney Wilson as Kym (season 2): Kaleb's human sister with whom MG begins a relationship
  • Bianca Kajlich as Sheriff Mac (season 2): the new sheriff in Mystic Falls, as she has taken over the job from Matt Donovan when the latter is elected mayor. She is also the mother of Ethan and Maya.[17]
  • Alexis Denisof as Professor Vardemus (season 2): the temporarily new headmaster of the Salvatore School, before the position is given back to Alaric. He remains at the school as a teacher.[18]
  • Thomas Doherty as Sebastian (season 2): an over 600-year-old vampire who died as a teen, and who appears at the Salvatore School and starts a relationship with Lizzie Saltzman.[19]
  • Olivia Liang as Alyssa Chang (season 2): a student witch at the Salvatore School who likes to instigate drama among her peers, and who ends up as Hope's roommate when Hope returns to school.[15]
  • Charles Jazz Terrier as Chad (season 2): a follower and servant to the Necromancer.[20]

Special guest stars[edit]

  • Zach Roerig as Matt Donovan (in "This Is the Part Where You Run", "Hope Is Not the Goal"): The town's sheriff. The character was first introduced on The Vampire Diaries.[7]
  • Steven R. McQueen as Jeremy Gilbert (in "We're Being Punked, Pedro"): Alaric's old friend who saves Rafael and Landon from a werewolf hunter. The character was first introduced on The Vampire Diaries.[21]
  • Riley Voelkel as Freya Mikaelson (in "That's Nothing I Had to Remember"): Hope's aunt and a powerful witch. The character was first introduced on The Originals.[22]
  • Chris Wood as Kai Parker (in "Kai Parker Screwed Us" and "You Can't Save Them All"): Josie and Lizzie's evil maternal uncle. The character was first introduced on The Vampire Diaries.[23]

Notable guest stars[edit]

  • Jodi Lyn O'Keefe[24] as Josette "Jo" Laughlin (in "Mombie Dearest"): Alaric's deceased ex-fiancée, and Josie's and Lizzie's biological mother. The character was first introduced on The Vampire Diaries.
  • Ayelet Zurer as Seylah Chelon (in "Maybe I Should Start from the End"): Landon's mother[25]
  • Jedidiah Goodacre as Roman (in "Let's Just Finish the Dance", "I'll Tell You a Story"): Hope's former boyfriend from two years prior who was involved in the death of her mother. The character was first introduced on The Originals.[26]

Episodes[edit]

Series overview[edit]

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
116October 25, 2018 (2018-10-25)March 28, 2019 (2019-03-28)
216October 10, 2019 (2019-10-10)March 26, 2020 (2020-03-26)

Season 1 (2018–19)[edit]

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(millions)
11"This Is the Part Where You Run"Chris GrismerJulie PlecOctober 25, 2018 (2018-10-25)T46.100511.12[28]
Hope Mikaelson, a student at the Salvatore School for the Young and Gifted, assists her headmaster Alaric Saltzman in recruiting werewolf Rafael to the school. In the process, Hope runs into her old friend Landon, who is also Rafael's foster brother, but since the school for the supernatural is deemed to be too dangerous for humans, Landon is turned away. When student vampire MG fails to compel Landon to forget his knowledge of the supernatural, it is assumed that Landon has ingested vervain and he is locked up until it can clear his system. Hope visits Landon in his cell while Alaric's daughters Josie and Lizzie give Rafael a tour of the school. Hope tells Landon the truth about her supernatural origins and, knowing that his mind will be erased, he kisses her. Once Landon leaves, it is revealed that the compulsion has still not worked and that Landon stole a knife from the school. Hope enlists Josie to help her locate the knife and Landon. Landon's bus explodes and as Sheriff Matt Donovan evaluates the crime scene, Alaric deduces that Landon, who is missing, must be some kind of supernatural being. Hope vows to track him down.
22"Some People Just Want to Watch the World Burn"Michael A. AllowitzBrett Matthews & Julie PlecNovember 1, 2018 (2018-11-01)T46.100521.13[29]
After using black magic to find Landon, Hope is forced to see the guidance counselor, but covers for Josie. Busy searching for Landon with Hope and Rafael, Alaric is unable to attend the flag football game against Mystic Falls High and orders the students to lose the game to retain the school's cover. The search uncovers another survivor of the bus explosion and while Alaric gets her to safety, Hope and Rafael find Landon, who swears he is not responsible for the bus, which Alaric corroborates when the woman starts breathing fire. Alaric initially believes her to be a pyromancer, but she is later revealed to be a dragon. Landon denies any memory of taking the knife and says that he lost it, but the woman tries to get it from him. Tired of being bullied by the other team, the students start using their powers, but Josie sabotages them to ensure their loss. After shifting into its full form, Hope takes down the dragon with black magic and Alaric kills it with the knife before scolding Hope. Rafael and Landon split, but Landon leaves Hope a note apologizing for everything.
33"We're Being Punked, Pedro"Carol BankerJulie Plec & Sherman PayneNovember 8, 2018 (2018-11-08)T46.100531.09[30]
Alaric assigns the students community service as punishment for the fight that broke out after the game, which Lizzie blames Josie and Alaric for. Hope is also there for using black magic, and starts to bond with Josie. After confronting Alaric, Lizzie is reassigned to the gardens, where she is scratched by a gargoyle and left paralyzed. Josie senses that something is wrong with Lizzie and she and Hope return to the school. Rafael and Landon try to make it on their own in the woods, with Rafael using his powers to make money, but Landon shields him from a threatening message on one of the bills. Alaric discovers that the gargoyle is the protector of the knife Landon stole, but only from supernatural creatures, meaning that it will not hurt humans. Hope and Josie combine their powers to make the gargoyle explode. Jeremy Gilbert saves Rafael and Landon from a werewolf hunter and brings them back to the school. Hope and Landon see one another, but Hope walks away without saying a word. Mystic Falls students Dana, Sasha, and Connor plan to deface the Salvatore School, but are attacked by an unseen being.
44"Hope Is Not the Goal"Chris GrismerStory by : Brett Mathews
Teleplay by : Bryce Ahart & Stephanie McFarlane
November 15, 2018 (2018-11-15)T46.100541.08[31]
After Dana and Sasha are reported missing, Alaric sends some students undercover to Mystic Falls High to gather intel. Looking to prove his worth with his knowledge of the school, Landon accompanies them to Hope's annoyance. Alaric and Matt discover Dana's body, but it disappears when they look away. MG reveals that fellow vampire student Kaleb has been feeding on Dana and other humans, making the others suspect that Kaleb is responsible for the girls' disappearance, which Kaleb denies. Soon after Dana emerges from the woods and is met by the Salvatore students, she begins puking violently and ultimately dies. Josie helps Rafael calm down after being harassed by the werewolf pack. They discover Sasha trapped in a web which they get trapped in as well. Josie frees them by siphoning magic from Rafael's kiss. Josie, Hope, and Lizzie fight the shape-shifting arachne together and Josie encourages Alaric to add offensive magic to the curriculum. Rafael is accepted into the pack and Matt confronts Kaleb about him feeding on humans, but Alaric decides to handle it internally. Alaric calls his associate Dorian to tell him it is safe to return with the knife, but Dorian is confronted by another creature.
55"Malivore"Michael KarasickThomas Brandon & Penny CoxNovember 29, 2018 (2018-11-29)T46.100551.01[32]
Alaric agrees to hold elections for a student honor council consisting of one representative from each supernatural faction before leaving to meet with Dorian. Rafael seeks out each of the front-runners for confirmation that they will let Landon stay at the school. Lizzie and MG agree, but Jed refuses. Rafael challenges him for the title of alpha and wins, which also earns him the votes to be the werewolf representative. Josie is elected for the witches thanks to her ex Penelope's campaigning, and Kaleb is elected for the vampires. Alaric and Dorian catch a dryad, who tells them that she is looking for her lover, a vampire named Oliver. They find Oliver, but he does not remember her. Hope finds no evidence that Landon is supernatural and, after Jed attacks Landon, Hope votes against Landon staying along with Kaleb and Josie. Upset with Josie, Rafael finally gives in to Lizzie's advances. Hope sends Landon to a contact in New Orleans and they kiss goodbye. Dorian kills the dryad, who explains her desire to find the knife and take it to a place called Malivore. A picture of Landon's biological mother shows her wearing a necklace with the Malivore symbol.
66"Mombie Dearest"Geoffrey Wing ShotzMarguerite MacIntyreDecember 6, 2018 (2018-12-06)T46.100561.18[33]
Caroline Forbes informs Alaric over the phone that she cannot attend their daughters' 16th birthday party due to her "recruiting" mission. Alaric is then confronted by his deceased ex-fiancée and the biological mother of his twins, Jo Laughlin. Alaric is skeptical, but their twins burst into his office and Josie instantly recognizes their mother. Hope apologizes to Rafael for sending Landon away and teaches Rafael to dance in preparation for his date with Lizzie. Penelope locks Hope and Rafael in the gym so that MG can step in to be Lizzie's date. Hope and Rafael escape the gym and Rafael confesses to Lizzie that sleeping together was a mistake. On their way to the party, Jo becomes a full-blown zombie and buries Josie alive. Hope, MG, and Penelope rescue Josie and Jo has the girls siphon the magic from her, thus removing her life force. Before she dies, Jo learns that Alaric has not told their daughters about what happens when they turn 22, and that Caroline is searching for a solution. Josie expresses her distain for what Penelope did before they share a passionate kiss. Alaric confronts the one who raised Jo from the dead, the Necromancer.
77"Death Keeps Knocking on My Door"Angela GomesJulie PlecDecember 13, 2018 (2018-12-13)T46.100571.05[34]
The Necromancer causes Rafael's deceased girlfriend Cassie to return on Remembrance Day. As Alaric's torturing yields no new information, Hope recruits MG to help her enter the Necromancer's mind. There, Hope finds herself in Rousseau's, a bar in New Orleans. She is then trapped in a void and confesses that she wants to know about her father. The Necromancer informs Hope that Klaus Mikaelson will not find peace until she does. MG panics and calls Alaric. Once Hope regains consciousness, she and Alaric argue over his alcoholism and her recklessness stemming from her repressed grief. Hope locks Alaric in his office and the Necromancer tells her that he remembers that the knife is one of the three locks of Malivore, and sent Cassie to steal it. Kaleb tries to teach MG how to feed on humans, but MG struggles to stop. Rafael makes peace with Cassie's death and Hope finally processes her grief for her father. Dorian reveals that he takes off every Remembrance Day in honor of his family who were killed by Stefan Salvatore, the namesake of the school. Hope gets an emergency alert from Landon as someone discovers a photo of him and his mother.
88"Maybe I Should Start from the End"Nathan HopeBrett MatthewsJanuary 24, 2019 (2019-01-24)T46.100581.01[35]
Landon finds his mother, Seylah Chelon, and triggers the magical alert just before she knocks him out. While Seylah interrogates Landon, a merman attacks them. They escape with Hope and Alaric in pursuit, who learn that a clandestine government agency is also looking for Seylah. Seylah accepts that Landon is her son and reveals that she once worked for that agency, bringing monsters to a facility containing a puddle of black goo. Anyone dropped into the goo would end up in Malivore, with all memories of them wiped from the public consciousness. When Seylah started asking questions, she too was thrown into Malivore. She later found herself free and pregnant, eventually placing the baby into foster care. The merman tracks them to a motel and takes an Egyptian urn, revealed to be the second Malivore key, but is killed before he can use it. Seylah helps Landon by returning to Malivore. Hope, whose memories are mysteriously intact, recounts the day's events to Alaric and they resolve to keep the urn safe while Hope and Landon officially become a couple. A government agent finds the photo of Seylah holding baby Landon and disposes of a witness into Malivore.
99"What Was Hope Doing in Your Dreams?"Darren GrantPenny CoxJanuary 31, 2019 (2019-01-31)T46.100631.01[36]
Anticipating the arrival of another monster, Alaric gives the students the option to evacuate to the Lockwood Mansion, but some stay to prepare for their upcoming exams. Rafael has a dream of kissing Hope, being belted by an old foster father, and a woman demanding the urn. He wakes up with marks on his body and Alaric deduces that they are dealing with a night hag, a creature that makes contact through dreams. As the students try to keep themselves awake, Landon has a nightmare in class and stabs himself awake. Avoiding telling Landon about his mother, Hope stays awake by sparring with Rafael. Landon discovers that because their injuries are carrying over to the real world, they are actually dealing with a dream demon. He, Rafael, Kaleb, and MG go to sleep to lure the demon into the real world and Hope and Alaric kill it. Realizing he has feelings for Hope, Rafael tells her that they cannot talk like they have been anymore. Respecting her need to have secrets, Landon tells Hope that he will keep working to be someone she can confide in. After researching Seylah, the government agent visits Landon and Rafael's old foster parents.
1010"There's a World Where Your Dreams Came True"John HyamsBrett Matthews & Josh SchaerFebruary 7, 2019 (2019-02-07)T46.100621.15[37]
A jinni named Ablah fulfills Lizzie's wish that Hope had never come to Mystic Falls. In the new reality, Klaus never finances the Salvatore School, leaving it in poor condition with few students. Following a magical signal, the Saltzmans go to New Orleans and find Hope as a ripper; Alaric brings her to the school. Annoyed, Lizzie wishes that the Salvatore School had never existed. As a result, she and Josie go to Mystic Falls High, where Alaric is an alcoholic history teacher, Josie is popular, and Lizzie is a social outcast. Lizzie has a public magical meltdown, and the Saltzmans are taken to the Mikaelson School, where Hope offers Alaric the headmaster position. Dissatisfied, Lizzie uses her third wish so that Hope was never born. She awakens in the midst of a war between humans and supernaturals and learns that she killed Josie after learning that twins born to the Gemini Coven must eventually turn on one another in the Merge. Ablah offers Lizzie another wish in exchange for the urn. Instead, Lizzie wishes that Ablah had never ended up in Malivore, freeing the jinni and reestablishing the status quo. However, Lizzie has no memory of these events.
1111"We're Gonna Need a Spotlight"Barbara BrownThomas Brandon & Penny CoxFebruary 21, 2019 (2019-02-21)T46.100590.71[38]
A protection spell for the urn traps a unicorn, which is actually hosting a slug creature. Hope becomes infected and, with lowered inhibitions, becomes happier and even excited for the upcoming talent show. Another slug is transferred to Josie, who stands up to Lizzie's dictating of the witches' routine. While trying to convince Landon that they should take the urn, Hope accidentally electrically shocks herself, ejecting the slug. They kill it and go to Dorian, also finding the deceased unicorn. Fed up with Lizzie, Josie and Penelope, also infected, seek out the urn. At a bar, Alaric asks Emma out, but she says she is seeing someone. After karaoke, they are informed about the slugs from Dorian. They make out before shocking themselves, but only Emma ejects a slug. They return to the school to find nearly everyone infected. Rafael delivers a spoken word poem, making Landon realize his feelings for Hope. Emma magically shocks the students and they stomp the slugs. The witches win the talent show do-over with Josie as their star and Landon privately serenades Hope. After discovering Dorian is the other man Emma is seeing, Alaric unknowingly drinks a slug and throws the urn into a river.
1212"There's a Mummy on Main Street"Julie PlecMarguerite MacIntyre & Sherman PayneFebruary 28, 2019 (2019-02-28)T46.100600.87[39]
To recover the urn, the Saltzmans, Hope, Kaleb, Dorian, and Emma take a road trip to Maple Hollows. During the trip, Lizzie accuses Hope of ruining another Saltzman family vacation, leaving Hope confused and annoyed. When they arrive in town, they find Clarke, an agent from Triad Industries, and are met with a plague of swarming insects caused by a mummy. After defeating the mummy, Clarke offers Alaric the urn in exchange for Emma and Dorian's lives, forcing Alaric to give him the urn. Kaleb and Alaric later talk about how the Salvatore School needs to protect itself more, by getting real blood, and teaching the witches offensive magic. Lizzie continues to berate Hope, this time about Hope allegedly badmouthing Lizzie's years ago, which Hope denies, leading to the revelation that Josie facilitated the misunderstanding between the two to cover up the fact that she had a crush on Hope. Emma tells Dorian that she kissed Alaric, prompting Dorian to punch Alaric and quit. Later, a man tells Clarke that their boss Mrs. G wants the urn locked up right away, but instead, Clarke kills the guard and tosses the urn into Malivore, setting off a bright explosion of light.
1313"The Boy Who Still Has a Lot of Good to Do"Paul WesleyStory by : Mark Ryan Walberg
Teleplay by : Bryce Ahart & Stephanie McFarlane
March 7, 2019 (2019-03-07)T46.100610.81[40]
After returning from their trip, Hope, Alaric, and Kaleb discover that Landon, Rafael, and MG are missing. In the woods, they find Rafael in human form during the full moon, and he slowly remembers that while Alaric and company were away, Landon and Rafael took MG home to his estranged parents for spring break. MG's mother Veronica turned them away before MG could see his dad, explaining that his religion does not accept resurrection. MG found his father at the church and discovered that he was not even aware that MG was alive. His father accepted him until MG revealed himself as a vampire. Devastated, MG compelled his father to forget their interaction, spiraled into his ripper state, and killed Landon. Chained up for the full moon, Rafael eventually breaks loose and bites MG. Alaric and Kaleb find a dying MG and send for Hope, as her blood is the cure to a wolf's bite. Hope collapses upon hearing what MG did, but still gives him her blood. They go to collect Landon's body when it starts to smoke. The corpse bursts info flames and Landon bursts out of a casing of ash, revealing that he is a phoenix.
1414"Let's Just Finish the Dance"Geoffrey Wing ShotzSherman PayneMarch 14, 2019 (2019-03-14)T46.100640.96[41]
As the Salvatore School hosts the annual Miss Mystic Falls Pageant, Hope is still dealing with the trauma of Landon dying when her ex-boyfriend Roman comes to visit. Lizzie drops out of the pageant due to bad blood with the head judge and throws her support behind Hope. Penelope encourages Josie to genuinely compete instead of complying with Lizzie's plan. Labeled a "killer" by his classmates, MG bonds with an unfamiliar girl named Nia. When his visiting mother and Alaric are turned to stone, MG realizes that Nia is a gorgon. As Hope and Landon clash over his jealousy of Roman, Penelope tells Landon that Hope has been keeping secrets regarding his mother. After unsuccessfully confronting Hope, Landon storms out and is attacked by Nia outside. MG comes to his rescue and Landon agrees that they are even. MG interrogates Nia, who says she was threatened into targeting Landon. Between feeling guilty for lying to Landon and discovering that her dress was picked out by her father, Hope becomes overwhelmed as she wins Miss Mystic Falls. Before moving to Belgium, Penelope informs Josie about the Merge. Veronica kidnaps Landon and takes him to Agent Clark at Malivore.
1515"I'll Tell You a Story"Tony SolomonsThomas BrandonMarch 21, 2019 (2019-03-21)T46.100651.00[42]
Clarke tells Landon about Malivore. People were suffering under constant attacks by supernatural creatures. A witch, werewolf, and vampire came together and created a golem to kill and absorb supernatural creatures, except for witches, werewolves, and vampires. The golem, known as Malivore, was so successful it became self-aware and refused to allow its creators to destroy it by making a deal with humans to stop the "triad". Malivore attempted to create more golems, but they were flawed. Clarke reveals that he is Landon's half-brother, as he is one of Malivore's "failed" creations and he convinced humans to perform a ritual that turned Malivore into its current state. Humans formed the Triad, which turned into Triad Industries. They watch over Malivore, capture supernaturals and throw them into the puddle. Clarke wants to restore Malivore by bringing it the three original objects used to trap it. He reveals that Landon is Malivore's son. He convinces his "little brother" to find the final key. Lizzie tries to restore her relationship with Josie; Rafael is suffering blackout because of Hope's potion. Emma takes a sabbatical to convince Alaric to ask for help; he asks Dorian to return. Veronica learns of Clarke's betrayal and sends Triad Agents to attack the school.
1616"There's Always a Loophole"Mary Lou BelliBrett MatthewsMarch 28, 2019 (2019-03-28)T46.100660.93[43]
Triad forces occupy the Salvatore school, using a magic-suppressing artifact. They have weapons with bullets made of Malivore mud and search for the chalice. Burr, commander of the forces, shoots Josie, who is dying from the spreading taint. Alaric and Dorian infiltrate the school through a secret tunnel and disable the artifact, allowing the students to fight back. Josie drinks some of Hope's blood, healing her. Rafael turns into a wolf and stops Burr. Alaric asks the student council to decide his future as headmaster. Clarke takes Landon to a Triad warehouse and says he knew Landon would pocket the real key; an arrowhead. The Headless Horseman arrives and takes him and the key to the Triad Facility. Before he throws the arrowhead into Malivore, Hope arrives, and she and Landon manage to kill the Horseman. Clarke arrives and tosses the arrowhead into the puddle, awakening Malivore. Hope kills Landon, realizing that her Tribrid blood is the key to stopping the golem. She calls Alaric and asks him to burn all references of her. She uses a mimic spell on Clarke, forcing him to jump with her into the puddle. Landon resurrects and finds Malivore gone; all his memories of Hope erased.

Season 2 (2019–20)[edit]

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171"I'll Never Give Up Hope"Julie PlecJulie Plec & Brett MatthewsOctober 10, 2019 (2019-10-10)T46.102010.80[44]
Summer vacation has arrived for the Salvatore School students. However, Landon has forgotten what happened the night Malivore disappeared and spends the summer purposely killing himself to remember, while also trying to find a spell to change Rafael back to human. MG spends the summer with Kaleb's family in Atlanta, and develops an attraction to his sister, Kym. Lizzie is in Europe with Caroline, trying to get help for her mental health. Josie stays behind to keep Alaric company, after losing his position as headmaster and to find out more about the merge. Josie and Landon grow closer as they spend time together. Hope finds herself in a black void alone with Clarke after going into Malivore. Since Hope is not a full tribrid yet, she did not completely end Malivore. Because of this, Malivore wants her out of its system. Clarke tries to leave with her, but Malivore will not allow it, which stops Hope from leaving. She ultimately leaves Clarke behind and makes it out. She finds Landon kissing Josie and leaves the school. She is then confronted by a monster. Clarke vows to kill Hope and rid the magical balance. A Red Hooded figure goes into the cemetery, conjures the Triad Symbol on a grave, as Clarke returns to the real world.
182"This Year Will Be Different"Jeffrey HuntThomas BrandonOctober 17, 2019 (2019-10-17)T46.102020.82[45]
School is back in session for the students of the Salvatore School and the new headmaster, Professor Vardemus, butts heads with Alaric. Vardemus wants to reveal supernaturals to the world. Hope has been attending Mystic Falls High, where she meets the new sheriff's children, Maya and Ethan, and runs into a suspicious Alaric, who has become the new principal. Lizzie meets a mysterious person, Sebastian, who has inexplicably appeared at school. Lizzie falls for Sebastian immediately, upsetting MG. Landon becomes popular at school, putting a strain on his budding relationship with Josie. The school and town fall victim to a cyclops, that Hope and Alaric defeat. After the fight, Hope has a breakdown after talking with Landon and reveals to Alaric what happened, that they used to be close, and that she is Klaus' and Hayley's daughter. He promises to her that they will figure it out together.
193"You Remind Me of Someone I Used to Know"Michael A. AllowitzBrett Matthews & Adam HiggsOctober 24, 2019 (2019-10-24)T46.102030.84[46]
Some Mystic Falls High students go to vandalize the Salvatore School. Ethan backs out while the other student, Dennis, is attacked by a wolf. Sheriff Mac accuses Hope of the vandalism, but Maya defends her. Alaric and Sheriff Mac become more acquainted with one another. Vardemus orders the students to use their powers to help win the annual flag football game against Mystic Falls High, worrying Josie that they will be exposed. Dorian and Alaric talk to Dennis and theorize he was attacked by a shunka warakin, a werewolf hunter. Hope, worried about Rafael, takes Landon and saves him. Vardemus has Josie use a dark magic spell to purposely injure Ethan. This causes Alaric, Vardemus, and both bodies of students to fight. Lizzie reveals to Sebastian that she is a witch and he reveals he is a vampire. MG follows Lizzie, and when Lizzie and Sebastian kiss, MG only sees Lizzie and not Sebastian. Landon realizes that Malivore's monsters are back.
204"Since When Do You Speak Japanese?"Geoffrey Wing ShotzPenny CoxNovember 7, 2019 (2019-11-07)T46.102040.79[47]
In 1308, Malivore absorbed Kurutta, a samurai and demon hunter. In present day, Kurutta awakens and turns a bystander's eyes red. Hope shares with Alaric that monsters are after Landon, who suggests that she transfer to the Salvatore School to protect him. Alaric is given a restraining order by Vardemus. Josie is sick after using dark magic, to which Vardemus suggests her power not be limited. The Kurutta is after an oni, a supernatural possession that has taken over Rafael. MG attempts to show Lizzie that Sebastian is not real by filming her interactions with him, and in doing so, he deletes the tape that Kai Parker used to send a message to Bonnie Bennett. MG disturbs Sebastian and Lizzie's date but reveals to her that Sebastian only exists to her. Hope confesses her and Landon's relationship to her, but he has become possessed. The Kurutta is killed by an oni-possessed Landon and Lizzie becomes possessed by the oni before Josie siphons it. Sheriff Mac asks out Alaric. Sebastian confronts MG about why Lizzie cannot see him anymore and now only MG can. Hope plans to close Malivore. Landon grows away from Josie. Two Hooded Figures wait by the Malivore Portal. Lizzie remembers Hope.
215"Screw Endgame"Barbara BrownBrett Matthews & Thomas BrandonNovember 14, 2019 (2019-11-14)T46.102050.87[48]
Lizzie and Hope are stopped by a woman from Malivore who says she is The Keeper and then throws the two into an alternate version of the 1980s. Sebastian reveals that with blood, he can talk to weak-minded people. He tasks MG and Kaleb with finding his body. Sheriff Mac clears Alaric's restraining order from the Salvatore School. The Keeper wants to take one of Hope or Lizzie's place in the real world or die at the hands of her pet, a minotaur. Lizzie advises Hope to reveal herself to Landon, but Hope feels she cannot. MG finds Sebastian's body who wants to be awakened on the condition that Sebastian will leave town. Alaric advises against awakening him, fearing he is a bad. Landon stresses out about having sex with Josie for the first time before they decide not to; Josie tells Alaric to live his own life away from supernatural beings. Hope offers to stay as the Keeper since nobody will know she is gone, while Lizzie wants to so that she will not merge with Josie. Both turn the tables on the Keeper and escape the game. Sebastian finds Wade and makes him wake him up. The Keeper appears to Vardemus and it is revealed that Vardemus is really Clarke.
226"That's Nothing I Had to Remember"Bola OgunAdam Higgs & Josh EiserikeNovember 21, 2019 (2019-11-21)T46.102060.86[49]
Josie is in New Orleans at Rosseau's and is approached by Freya Mikaelson. Freya and Keelin have a son, Nik. Josie asks Freya to help her reverse engineer a dark magic spell and says she knows Freya has forgotten someone too and that this spell is the only way they can remember. Kym is visiting. A zombie has made its way to town, who Hope thinks is not from the portal. Rafael and Ethan crush on Hope. Freya confronts Josie about how they both forgot the same person and Josie runs away. Sebastian is back to feeding on civilians and is trapped by Kaleb and MG. The Malivore Monster, a croatoan from the lost Roanoke Colony that seeks out people with secrets, is destroyed with help from Sebastian who had a history with it five hundred years ago. Sheriff Mac believes Alaric is behind the killings; which Alaric rebukes by saying he was with Matt, now mayor. Josie casts the spell and everyone gains their memories back. Landon, upset with Hope for lying, questions what he will do with Josie. Sebastian reveals himself to Lizzie. Freya finds Hope and they reunite. The zombie is grabbed by one of the Red Hoods who links the zombie's blood to the Salvatore School.
237"It Will All Be Painfully Clear Soon Enough"Lauren PetzkeJimmy Mosqueda & Cynthia AdarkwaDecember 5, 2019 (2019-12-05)T46.102070.86[50]
A sphinx has turned up in Mystic Falls, something Hope, Lizzie, and Josie have to defeat. Josie and Varmedus use dark magic to create another Landon, in order to solve Landon's dilemma. With a Simulandon, Hope devises a plan to use the other Landon to close the Malivore Portal. Alaric and Dorian find out that Varmedus is really Clarke. Clarke confronts Hope, who reveals he had to keep feeding on creatures to stay alive. Clarke tries to kill Hope and take her place, but she is saved by Simulandon who fights and defeats Clarke. Rafael reveals to Landon that the Sphinx has told him Landon will never be safe at the Salvatore School. Because of this, Landon leaves the school. Alaric and Dorian deduce that the Sphinx has a boss other than Malivore, but are unsure who. Clarke is taken to the Salvatore Crypt where the Red Hood stands over him.
248"This Christmas Was Surprisingly Violent"Brett MatthewsBrett Matthews & Hannah RosnerDecember 12, 2019 (2019-12-12)T46.102080.93[51]
Hope is horrified to find out that everyone is celebrating Christmas in October. Hope, not feeling festive after losing her parents, teams with Clarke, who wants his body back, to find out who is orchestrating the madness. They learn it was caused by Krampus, released from Malivore, who is killed by his captive Santa Claus, after a tough battle. Landon chooses Hope and they reunite. Sebastian plans to stay at the school. Lizzie and Sebastian discuss his dark side and then have sex. Alaric returns to his job at the Salvatore School. Rafael wants to know more about his lineage and finds his parents who raised him were not his biological family and that his real father is alive. The Red Hood is revealed to be the Necromancer- who kills Clarke and knocks him back into the Malivore Portal – closing it and its monsters once and for all.
259"I Couldn't Have Done This Without You"Carl SeatonThomas Brandon & Hannah RosnerJanuary 16, 2020 (2020-01-16)T46.102090.73[52]
A year earlier, the Necromancer is forced into the body of a human, having his magic taken away. Living life under the name Ted, he begins searching for his powers. He finds it odd when he learns the Malivore Portal has been closed. To gain his power back, he sacrifices his close friend. A month later, he revives him and they dawn the Red Hoods and go to Mystic Falls. Alaric is weary of Sebastian spending time at the school, but Caroline wants him to spend his time finding the real Varmedus. Hope is back at school and rooming with Alyssa. Alaric wants Sebastian to be tested for the school, and MG tries to make him look bad, but in the end makes himself look dangerous. Josie has a vision that her use of dark magic will bring the end of the Salvatore School. Sebastian fails the tests, but after appealing to Landon, Landon tells Alaric he passed. Alaric realizes the only way to protect Lizzie is to kill Sebastian and later tells Lizzie that Sebastian is gone. The Necromancer turns Clarke's body into another Malivore Pit.
2610"This Is Why We Don't Entrust Plans to Muppet Babies"America YoungAdam Higgs & Josh EiserikeJanuary 23, 2020 (2020-01-23)T46.102100.72[53]
Flashbacks reveal that Alyssa has had difficulty adjusting to school and that Alaric and Emma would put similar troubled students in prison worlds. On Coven Day, the Qareen is released in Mystic Falls by the Necromancer, in order to steal the Mora Miserium that Josie has been using. The Qareen pits all witches from different covens against each other, specifically causing friction between Hope and Alyssa. The Qareen also pits Hope against Landon which strains their relationship. Josie has another vision of her dark self and is warned not to let the Mora Miserium break for it will change her. Wade is the only one not being affected by the Qareen, which leads to the revelation that he is a fairy. Wade uses his power to defeat the Qareen before it steals the Mora Miserium. Lizzie suggests that they house the More Miserium in a prison world. The plan goes well but Alaric, Josie, and Lizzie all end up trapped in the prison world with Sebastian by Alyssa who linked the new ascendant with old ascendants as payback for erasing her memory and the other former students.
2711"What Cupid Problem?"Darren GrantPenny Cox & Cynthia AdarkwaJanuary 30, 2020 (2020-01-30)T46.102110.86[54]
Cupid arrives in Mystic Falls and shoots people. At the school, Landon tries to fly with Wade's help but are unsuccessful.Cupid infects Emma and Dorian. Hope tries to find out where the ascendent is from Alyssa and question's her. In the woods Kaleb and MG talk about Kym. Landon finds the Cupid and fights him. Hope shows up and stops the Cupid from shooting Landon. Hope and Landon talk to Cupid and ask about the arrows. Hope asks Kym and MG to help her. Landon and Cupid talk about Hope and Hope arrows Alyssa. Cupid escapes and MG tells Alyssa the truth. Landon asks for super squads help. Hope shoots the Cupid with arrows. Landon kills the Cupid and dies. Alyssa tries to kill Kim. Landon comes back to life and Hope and Landon kiss, they discover Landon can fly. Kym says goodbye to MG.
2812"Kai Parker Screwed Us"Angela Barnes GomesBrett Matthews & Thomas BrandonFebruary 6, 2020 (2020-02-06)T46.102120.63[55]
Josie, Alaric, and Lizzie find themselves trapped in the prison world with Sebastian, three of his old students, Jade, Wendy, and Diego, and Kai Parker. Lizzie and Sebastian explore the prison world, while Alaric goes to a bar where he is attacked by Diego and Wendy. Josie decides to work with Kai to get everyone out. Sebastian tells Lizzie he wants them to stay in the prison world forever and offers to turn her into a vampire. Kai and Josie go to retrieve Bennett blood, but discover Josie had some on her the whole time. It's revealed that Jade and the others were sent there after killing several teenagers. Jade then realized she was a ripper and turned her humanity off. Lizzie rejects Sebastians offer and siphons magic from him. Wendy and Diego discover Kai betrayed them while Kai discovers Josie played him. Josie learns that breaking the sandclock is the only way to get out, but she would become dark. Josie smashes the clock as Kai jumps into the Malivore pit. Josie breaking the clock affects Lizzie, who is driving, causing her to crash. In the present, Kai wakes up in Mystic Falls at the Malivore pit.
2913"You Can't Save Them All"Jeffrey HuntBrett Matthews & Thomas BrandonFebruary 13, 2020 (2020-02-13)T46.102130.63[56]
It's revealed Josie's magic brought Jade's humanity back. Kai Parker turns up at the Salvatore school, pretending to want to help. Alaric, along with Jade, save Lizzie, injured in the accident. Josie, Alaric and Jade realize someone must have used the Malivore pit as someone's missing from their memory. Josie decides to siphon the magic from the world to get them out, but someone must remain as an anchor, with Alaric volunteering. Landon is compelled by Kai to walk into the path of an arrow, and thus Hope must choose between saving Landon or the Saltzmans; Hope chooses the Saltzmans . Hope stops Alyssa performing a spell to close the prison world, which would kill everyone there. Sebastian saves Alaric from an angry Diego by killing him and takes his place as the anchor. They return with the darkness gone from Josie. Dorian breaks free from his complement and takes the arrow for Landon. Hope reveals to Josie she did not chose to save Landon, but he emerges with phoenix wings and Dorian. Jade thanks Josie for everything. Lizzie astral projects to Sebastian, who reveals the world will collapse soon. Alaric kills Kai, tied up by Josie. Jed, MG, and Kaleb find Rafael in the woods.
3014"There's a Place Where the Lost Things Go"Michael KarasickBrett Matthews & Mark Ryan WalbergMarch 12, 2020 (2020-03-12)T46.102140.52[57]
The Salvatore students participate in a therapy session with Emma to deal with their traumas. They go into a simulation created by the real Verdemus and need to find an escape word to become conscious. MG discovers Emma dead with Verdemus nearby. In reality, a confused Emma awakens. A bottle, laced with cyanide, was intended for Lizzie. Josie reveals she planned to use Lizzie's attempted murder as publicity. Josie confesses to MG but is covering for Lizzie. She sees her word, and her and MG are shot. MG lives and believes Lizzie killed Josie. Lizzie sees her word but is not ejected. In reality, everyone but Josie, Lizzie, and Hope have awaken. Dark Josie corners Lizzie, who reveals that Lizzie dying there is permanent. She attempts to shot Lizzie, but is killed by Hope. Hope sees her escape word and leaves, but Josie does not awaken. Afterwards, Emma reveals to Alaric her and Dorian are leaving. In the basement, Josie awakens and is revealed to be dark, exploding half the school into flames. Rafael believes there is a link between him and the Necromancer while Josie and Jade start to have weird dreams.
3115"Life Was So Much Easier When I Only Cared About Myself"Lauren PetzkeAdam Higgs & Jimmy MosquedaMarch 19, 2020 (2020-03-19)T46.102150.66[58]
Josie return to school on her and Lizzie's 17th birthday, revealing she plans to have them merge. Vardemus and Alaric plan to trap Josie inside the simulation again, but Hope, Kaleb and MG trap him inside instead. The group plans to create a safe location inside Lizzie's mind for Josie's mind to go, meaning Lizzie has to beat Josie. Josie kills Alyssa, who is attempting to help Lizzie prepare for the Merge. Hope locks Kaleb in the simulation after he threatens to kill Josie. There, he meets Alaric, who says he needs an elixir for his daughters. He soon becomes self-aware and able to get the two of them out. MG locates Lizzie at a gas station and convinces her to go back. Hope asks Landon for a favor. When Lizzie does not appear, Hope fights in her place. Hope attempts to bring back Josie while fighting. Lizzie turns up and they begin the Merge, with Josie winning. It's revealed Lizzie's life was linked to Landon's, and so Lizzie came back when Landon did, and they sent Hope inside Josie's mind to retrieve her. Rafael discovers he was killed and reanimated by the Necromancer and kills Landon with a golden arrow.
3216"Facing Darkness is Kinda My Thing"Michael KarasickThomas Brandon & Sylvia Batey AlcaláMarch 26, 2020 (2020-03-26)T46.102160.67[59]
Hope awakens in Josie's subconscious and finds a pig who reveals Josie put a sleeping spell on herself to protect the kingdom. MG and Lizzie, disguised as Hope, prepare for Lizzie's "funeral", but she soon realizes that no one is upset that she is dead. Hope and the pig run into a cabin after being chased by Josie's darkness, manifesting as a wolf-like creature. Dark Josie tells the Necromancer the Merge did not work and the funeral is an act. The wolf arrives in the cabin, eating the pig before being killed by Hope. Josie appears, revealing she was the pig. Dark Josie arrives, realizing Hope is in her subconscious. The Necromancer makes a deal with Alaric: he will take the dark magic from Josie and will resurrect the students, including Rafael and Landon. MG gives a eulogy about how no one let Lizzie change. Hope convinces Josie she can only beat the dark magic if she believes in herself. Realizing she can be powerful and good, Josie "kills" Dark Josie, and the darkness is transferred to the Necromancer. Lizzie thanks MG. Rafael and Alaric discover that, for an unknown reason, Landon and Hope will not wake up.

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

In August 2017, it was announced that early discussions on the development of a spinoff of The Originals focusing on Hope Mikaelson, the daughter of Klaus Mikaelson and Hayley Marshall, were taking place with Julie Plec, creator of The Originals and co-creator of The Vampire Diaries.[60][61] In January 2018, it was revealed that a pilot for the spinoff had been ordered; Plec penned the pilot script and is credited with creating the series.[62] It was announced in March 2018 that the spinoff had been ordered to pilot, but instead of a traditional pilot, a fifteen-minute pilot presentation of the series would be presented to The CW.[63][64]

On May 11, 2018, it was announced that the spinoff, titled Legacies, had been ordered to series for the 2018–19 U.S. television season.[65] In June 2018, it was announced that the series would premiere on October 25, 2018.[66] On October 8, 2018, The CW announced that they had ordered three additional scripts for the series, bringing the first season total script order to sixteen episodes.[67][68]

On January 31, 2019, The CW renewed the series for a second season.[2] The second season premiered on October 10, 2019.[3] On January 7, 2020, the series was renewed for a third season,[4] set to air in January 2021.[5]

Filming[edit]

In March 2020, production on the second season was shut down as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.[69] Only 16 of the ordered 20 episodes had been completed.[70] On March 26, 2020, it was announced that the sixteenth episode that aired that same night would serve as a spring finale as the production team had run out of episodes to air following the production shut down.[71] Filming on the third season began on October 15, 2020.[72][73]

Casting[edit]

It was announced in March 2018 that The Vampire Diaries veteran Matt Davis would reprise the role of Alaric Saltzman and that Danielle Rose Russell would star as Hope Mikaelson.[63][74] Quincy Fouse, Jenny Boyd, Kaylee Bryant, and Aria Shahghasemi were also set to star.[63] Shahghasemi would debut in the twelfth episode of the fifth season of The Originals as Hope's friend Landon.[75] It was revealed at San Diego Comic-Con in July 2018 that Paul Wesley would direct an episode and that Zach Roerig would appear in the series.[7] Steven R. McQueen was revealed to be reprising his role as Jeremy Gilbert in the series' third episode.[21]

In July 2019, it was announced that Thomas Doherty would appear in the second season,[19] and that Alexis Denisof would recur in the second season as Professor Vardemus.[18] In August 2019, Bianca Santos, Bianca Kajlich, and Leo Howard were cast in recurring roles for the second season.[76][17] In September 2019, it was reported that Riley Voelkel will be reprising her role as Freya Mikaelson for the sixth episode of the second season.[22] In November 2019, it was announced that Chris Wood is set to reprise his role of Kai Parker in the twelfth episode of the second season.[23] The same month, it was reported that Chris Lee has been promoted as a series regular during production on the second season and that Olivia Liang was cast in a recurring role for the second season.[15] On January 20, 2020, Charles Jazz Terrier was cast in a recurring capacity.[20] In September 2020, it was announced that Leo Howard and Ben Levin were promoted to series regulars for the third season.[77][78]

Home media[edit]

A manufacture-on-demand DVD for the first season was released by the Warner Archive Collection on October 22, 2019.[79]

Reception[edit]

Critical response[edit]

On the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the series has an approval rating of 82% based on 11 reviews, with an average rating of 8.0 out of 10. The website's critic consensus states: "A fun and fast-paced addition to The CW's stable of supernatural high school series, Legacies emerges from the shadows of its sister shows an unexpected delight."[80] Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned a score of 59 out of 100 based on 5 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".[81]

Ratings[edit]

Overall[edit]

Viewership and ratings per season of Legacies
Season Timeslot (ET) Episodes First aired Last aired TV season Viewership
rank
Avg. viewers
(millions)
18–49
rank
Avg. 18–49
rating
Date Viewers
(millions)
Date Viewers
(millions)
1 Thursday 9:00 pm 16 October 25, 2018 (2018-10-25) 1.12[28] March 28, 2019 (2019-03-28) 0.93[43] 2018–19 176 1.52[82] 147 0.6[83]
2 16 October 10, 2019 (2019-10-10) 0.80[44] March 26, 2020 (2020-03-26) 0.67[59] 2019–20 121 1.41[84] 119 0.5

Season 1[edit]

Viewership and ratings per episode of Legacies
No. Title Air date Rating/share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
DVR
(18–49)
DVR viewers
(millions)
Total
(18–49)
Total viewers
(millions)
1 "This Is the Part Where You Run" October 25, 2018 0.3/1 1.12[28] 0.3 0.66 0.6 1.79[85]
2 "Some People Just Want to Watch the World Burn" November 1, 2018 0.4/2 1.13[29] 0.2 0.66 0.6 1.78[86]
3 "We're Being Punked, Pedro" November 8, 2018 0.3/1 1.09[30] 0.3 0.70 0.6 1.79[87]
4 "Hope Is Not the Goal" November 15, 2018 0.3/1 1.08[31] 0.3 0.68 0.6 1.74[88]
5 "Malivore" November 29, 2018 0.3/1 1.01[32] 0.3 0.73 0.6 1.74[89]
6 "Mombie Dearest" December 6, 2018 0.4/2 1.18[33] N/A 0.65 N/A 1.83[90]
7 "Death Keeps Knocking on My Door" December 13, 2018 0.3/1 1.05[34] 0.3 0.71 0.6 1.76[91]
8 "Maybe I Should Start from the End" January 24, 2019 0.3/1 1.01[35] 0.3 0.74 0.6 1.75[92]
9 "What Was Hope Doing in Your Dreams?" January 31, 2019 0.3/1 1.01[36] 0.3 0.70 0.6 1.71[93]
10 "There's a World Where Your Dreams Came True" February 7, 2019 0.4/2 1.15[37] 0.2 0.65 0.6 1.80[94]
11 "We're Gonna Need a Spotlight" February 21, 2019 0.2/1 0.71[38] 0.3 0.70 0.5 1.41[95]
12 "There's a Mummy on Main Street" February 28, 2019 0.3/2 0.87[39] 0.2 0.63 0.5 1.50[96]
13 "The Boy Who Still Has a Lot of Good to Do" March 7, 2019 0.2/1 0.81[40] 0.3 0.72 0.5 1.53[97]
14 "Let's Just Finish the Dance" March 14, 2019 0.3/1 0.96[41] 0.2 0.62 0.5 1.58[98]
15 "I'll Tell You a Story" March 21, 2019 0.3/1 1.00[42] 0.2 0.68 0.5 1.68[99]
16 "There's Always a Loophole" March 28, 2019 0.3/2 0.93[43] 0.2 0.64 0.5 1.57[100]

Season 2[edit]

Viewership and ratings per episode of Legacies
No. Title Air date Rating/share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
DVR
(18–49)
DVR viewers
(millions)
Total
(18–49)
Total viewers
(millions)
1 "I'll Never Give Up Hope" October 10, 2019 0.3/1 0.80[44] 0.2 0.66 0.5 1.46[101]
2 "This Year Will Be Different" October 17, 2019 0.3/1 0.82[45] 0.2 0.70 0.5 1.53[102]
3 "You Remind Me of Someone I Used to Know" October 24, 2019 0.2/1 0.84[46] 0.3 0.62 0.5 1.47[103]
4 "Since When Do You Speak Japanese?" November 7, 2019 0.2/1 0.79[47] 0.4 0.74 0.6 1.53[104]
5 "Screw Endgame" November 14, 2019 0.3/1 0.87[48] 0.2 0.64 0.5 1.51[105]
6 "That's Nothing I Had to Remember" November 21, 2019 0.3/1 0.86[49] 0.2 0.64 0.5 1.50[106]
7 "It Will All Be Painfully Clear Soon Enough" December 5, 2019 0.3/2 0.86[50] 0.2 0.66 0.5 1.52[107]
8 "This Christmas Was Surprisingly Violent" December 12, 2019 0.3/2 0.93[51] 0.3 0.71 0.6 1.64[108]
9 "I Couldn't Have Done This Without You" January 16, 2020 0.2/1 0.73[52] 0.3 0.69 0.5 1.42[109]
10 "This Is Why We Don't Entrust Plans to Muppet Babies" January 23, 2020 0.2/1 0.72[53] 0.3 0.63 0.5 1.35[110]
11 "What Cupid Problem?" January 30, 2020 0.3/2 0.86[54] 0.2 0.59 0.5 1.45[111]
12 "Kai Parker Screwed Us" February 6, 2020 0.2 0.63[55] 0.2 0.60 0.4 1.23[112]
13 "You Can't Save Them All" February 13, 2020 0.2 0.63[56] 0.3 0.60 0.5 1.23[113]
14 "There's a Place Where the Lost Things Go" March 12, 2020 0.2 0.52[57] 0.3 0.66 0.5 1.18[114]
15 "Life Was So Much Easier When I Only Cared About Myself" March 19, 2020 0.2 0.66[58] 0.3 0.63 0.5 1.29[115]
16 "Facing Darkness is Kinda My Thing" March 26, 2020 0.2 0.67[59] 0.3 0.57 0.5 1.24[116]

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