“The Flash” Season 4 has concluded although the finale once again left more questions than answers. Team Flash, led by Barry Allen (Grant Gustin), finally defeated Clifford DeVoe (Neil Sandilands) but more importantly got back one beloved family member in Ralph Dibny/ Elongated Man (Hartley Sawyer).
Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) may have finally unlocked the mystery of the surge of metahumans on “The Flash.”
Team “Flash” will be moving forward less one key character with Wally West/ Kid Flash (Keiynan Lonsdale) baring plans to leave Central City. With Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) returning, the young speedster wants to find his true calling – both as a superhero and as a civilian.
The CW is already set on doing another four-way crossover among its DC shows in the next season. Following last year’s successful crossover with “Supergirl,” “The Flash,” “Arrow” and “Legends of Tomorrow,” the network is hoping to do the same feat.
The CW has given an early renewal confirmation of its current shows, sans the freshmen series. Getting another shot at a new season for Fall 2017 are “Arrow,” “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow,” “The Flash,” “Jane The Virgin,” “Supergirl” and “Supernatural.”
There’s another DC TV show coming on television and DC head Geoff Johns teased fans about this in a cryptic Twitter post. The show is likely to land on The CW where “Supergirl,” “The Flash,” “Arrow” and “Legends of Tomorrow” air. It will likely take its Friday timeslot to complete a week of TV superheroes from the comic franchise
“The Flash” is enlisting a sly wizard in its upcoming third season. “Harry Potter” star Tom Felton is going to join the series as a regular cast member.
“Supergirl” on CBS is awaiting a second season renewal and as the network prepares for the upfronts this May, there are strong indications that it might not be moving forward in the fall. However, “Supergirl” might still be retained on air. It could move to The CW, which is already airing two other DC comics heroes, “The Flash” and “Arrow.”
“The Flash” actor Grant Gustin has landed his first major movie role. He’s part of the cast of Krystal, an indie film that will have William H. Macy as director. The role of Krystal will be played by Rosario Dawson.
After having The Flash on “Supergirl” in its recent episode, the show’s producers are planning to bring another DC character into the fold. Lynda Carter, who played Wonder Woman in the 80s TV series, might be appearing on the show too.