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Legends of Tomorrow reveals first look at bizarre Christmas spinoff

Source - Digital Spy

By - Matilda Davies

Date - 02-11-2021

DC's Legends of Tomorrow's Beebo Christmas special was announced back in May and now fans can get a first look at the spin-off.

Titled Beebo Saves Christmas, in the one-hour animated special, "everyone's favorite fuzzy toy-turned furry god will once again be a hero as he tries to save Christmas" according to The CW.


Narrated by Victor Garber, who played Martin Stein in the main show, the episode will see Sprinkles (Chris Kattan), an efficiency-obsessed elf, decide that Christmas would be better run without Santa (Ernie Hudson). So, Beebo (Ben Diskin) and his friends travel to the North Pole to discover the true meaning of Christmas.

The special will also guest star the voices of Kimiko Glenn (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Orange is the New Black), Yvette Nicole Brown (Community, Marvel's Avengers: Endgame), and Keith Ferguson (DC Super Hero Girls, DuckTales).

TVLine has exclusively shared a first look at the new 2D animation, including first looks at Beebo, his friends and Santa Claus.

Beebo first appeared in the DC series in its third season, with an episode titled 'Beebo the God of War', when a young Martin Stein accidentally travelled to 1,000 AD with his daughter's Beebo toy.

In a bizarre turn of events, the accident led to the Vikings worshipping Beebo as a God and Christmas later being replaced by 'Beebo Day'.

The special was written by original Legends of Tomorrow writer Matthew Maala, and the animated version of Marvel's Spider-Man writer Kevin Shinick.

Legends of Tomorrow airs on The CW in the US. It airs on Sky One and NOW in the UK. Beebo Saves Christmas will air on The CW on December 1, at 8pm Eastern Time.


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Ive not heard of Beebo, but it seems the programme is to viewed over here too, I may give it a watch :) (Not a wrist watch of course)

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3 hours ago, Rob Thompson said:

(Not a wrist watch of course)

Maybe a pocket watch

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Okay, this is going to be an odd one for sure!

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