Are Sara and Ava broken up for good? Legends boss Phil Klemmer how the latest development will affect the duo moving forward.
"I don't know if I even consider them broken up," Klemmer told TV Guide.
"They had a fight. I don't think that one fight is enough to destroy a couple as strong as Sara and Ava. They're both obviously fighters, and I don't think either of them is gonna let go of what they had easily."
"I feel like their breakup hopefully felt like a tragedy and not manipulation because like we did want to make it about something. It wasn't like somebody cheated. We really wanted to make it like, 'Oh man, they really just have different outlooks on the world and different obligations.' We're gonna spend a lot of time trying to build back what they lost in that moment."
Klemmer also teased what's ahead for the now ex-couple in the show's April 22nd episode which will see them going to a "hellish version of IKEA"
“There is so much adventure and fantasy on our show, we wanted to take this sort of larger-than-life couple and challenge them by making them do something totally normal,” he said.
The result is “definitely a trial by fire that leaves them galvanized” as a couple.
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Star Tala Ashe previews Bollywood musical hour "Seance and Sensibility" (airing on April 15):
“This one was really, really character based for me and Zari’s story. It kind of starts in the world of Jane Austen and Regency-era, and then in the wonderful, crazy Legends way, we land in Bollywood. But all of it, at least in my mind, made sense for the evolution of Zari’s character.”
“It was more challenging in a great way, and I’m really grateful to Phil and the writers, who in both the past two seasons have challenged me in really exciting ways.”
Added Klemmer: "It's just really humbling to do something like music because we get so good at doing the things we do week in and week out, the visual effects, the comedy and action sequences. But when you do a musical, you have to compose the music, choreograph the dance, prerecord the music... It was definitely the most stressful and complicated thing we've done."
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