TVLine Items: Legends Star's Status, People's Choice Moves to E! and More

At least one of Legends of Tomorrow‘s season-ending mysteries has been solved.

As the CW drama’s sophomore run came to a close this week, Rip Hunter (played by original cast member Arthur Darvill) quietly packed a bag and bid the Waverider and its new captain, Sara, adieu. That, however, does not mean viewers have seen the last of the Brit.

“We’ve got plans for Rip for next year,” Legends showrunner Marc Guggenheim told Entertainment Weekly Radio on Thursday. “It’s just in a different capacity than him being a member of the team.”

As for another burning Q — whether sister series such as Arrow and The Flash will reflect the weird reality on hand when the Legends crash-landed in 2017 Los Angeles — Guggenheim in a word said no. “We never want television to feel like a homework assignment,” where viewers of one #DCTV show must track all of them. “That said… there will be an explanation in Season 3 as to why you’re not seeing dinosaurs run through Central City.”

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…

* Marking the end of an era of sorts, the People’s Choice Awards are moving to E! in 2018, after a long run on CBS.

* Paramount Network (currently Spike TV) will air a six-part docu-series, Rest in Power: The Trayvon Martin Story, from executive producer Shawn “Jay Z” Carter, in 2018, as reported by our sister site Variety. The series will focus on the 2012 shooting of Martin by neighborhood watch member George Zimmerman, who was later acquitted of second-degree murder.

* The first trailer for Fox’s new interactive musical competition Beat Shazam, hosted by executive producer Jamie Foxx, is here. Two teams will race to identify music’s greatest hits and the team with the highest score will face-off against song-finding app Shazam. The show will premiere on Thursday, May 25, as reported by our sister site Deadline. Check out the trailer below:

* This new trailer for Season 3 of Amazon’s Catastrophe chronicles the couple’s shaky relationship, the struggles of child-rearing and their battle with unemployment. (Plus, did you catch that glimpse of Carrie Fisher?) The new season will premiere on Friday, April 28.

Which of today’s TVLine Items piqued your interest?