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Because of some social media interactions, Grant Gustin and Ezra Miller's mutually exclusive versions of The Flash became a topic of Internet discussion, with some saying that Gustin was throwing red-tinted shade at his big screen counterpart.
ďPotential EnergyĒ finally brought The Flash back to The CW after six long weeks of winter hiatus. It was a long time to go without knowing how Harrison Wells would react to Zoom's ultimatum in the midseason finale. Luckily, the reaction was worth the wait.
Itís been a rough month and a half of hiatus for fans of The CWís The Flash. Luckily, the hiatus is due to finally end, and The CW has released a trailer for the second half of the season that looks positively crazy in the best possible way.
Eobard Thawne, a.k.a. the Reverse-Flash, is coming back for an upcoming episode of The Flash, but he wonít be quite what we expected.
The end might be near for shows like Arrow and The Flash on Netflix and Hulu. Here's why you might have to make some transitions in the future if you want to keep streaming them.
Ever since CBSí Supergirl was first conceived, fans have wondered about The Flash getting a crossover episode with the Girl of Steel. Though the initial replies from CBS were of the negative variety, the tides may have turned.
Later this month, characters from Arrow and The Flash will join a few new faces for the spinoff Legends of Tomorrow, and I have little trouble saying that while not perfect as a whole, itís an absolutely perfect combination of †its predecessors.
As it often happens with beloved sci-fi shows,fans of Battlestar Galactica continue to follow the entire cast from project to project, enjoying their performances in just about everything. And now one is coming to The Flash.
When we last saw Grodd on The Flash, he had been sucked into a portal leading to Earth Two and found himself in Gorilla City. Will we see more of the telepathic gorilla soon? Read on to find out.
The Flash may only be a season and a half into its run on The CW, but itís attracted quite an enthusiastic fanbase. One such fan happens to have enough of a reputation in the comics world that he'll be joining the Flash team behind-the-scenes in an upcoming episode.
Actor David Ramsey, who plays Arrowís John Diggle teased this past weekend that he would be appearing on The Flash later this season. Now we finally have the details of what heíll be doing in Central City.
It wasnít that long ago that we last saw the citizens of Star City and Central City sharing space with one another for the heavily promoted crossover event between Arrow and The Flash. But it looks like there may be more connective tissues between the series on the way.
In the time since Amell lef thte show, Martin Stein has since found a new Firestorm partner in Jefferson Jackson for Legends of Tomorrow, so The Nuclear Manís future is safe on TV. However, Robbie Amell hinted last month that he would be back on The Flash, and sure enough, itís now official
It wouldnít be exaggerating to say this was DC Comicsí biggest year int television so far, so it makes sense that with everything that happened, viewers were treated to a lot of great new players across their various shows.
From the fantastical to the darkly gritty, fight scenes ruled all in 2015. There's nothing a little good old-fashioned violence can't solve. A look back at the top ten greatest small screen fight scenes that took place over the course of the last year.