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On the one hand, Barry had a pretty good go in “Enter Zoom,” as far as romance went. On the other hand, Zoom did indeed enter The Flash, and he wrecked all kinds of shop by doing so. Spoilers within.
Zoom. The name of that mysterious speedster has haunted Grant Gustin’s Barry Allen. Now, Grant Gustin opens up regarding just what makes Zoom such a disturbing villain for Barry Allen to face on The CW's The Flash.
By this spring, the networks will make some big decisions on whether or not some of our favorites will get renewals, and for now we are keeping tabs on what shows are cancelled, which are renewed and which at least have received full season orders.
The Flash Season 2’s main antagonist Zoom has already appeared in several episodes, but each time we’ve seen him, he’s been a blur,The CW has released some shots of The Flash Season 2’s main antagonist Zoom up close in next week’s episode, and he’s even more terrifying when seen in clear detail.
Even though not all superhero shows are soaring in the ratings,The Flash continues to prove itself a certified hit for The CW, and the last episode was an absolute ratings winner for the show.
Fortunately, we know enough about the spinoff to figure out what might matter for the series… and what might not. Check out five things about Legends of Tomorrow that we recently learned on The Flash and Arrow!
The Flash hasn’t said who’s playing Doctor Light in Season 2, but thanks to an Australian trailer for next week’s episode, we know why they’ve been keeping the identity of this adversary a secret.
While The Flash is currently using its dimensional breach to introduce different versions of certain characters, we also just got to meet the second Earth 1 version of Firestorm recently. Wondering how he'll change things up?
The mega crossover extravaganza between Flash and Arrow in December of 2014 was a massive success. The Flarrow universe will be changing things up for the next extravaganza as a switcheroo is coming.
Tonight's episode of The Flash wasn't all that exciting, but there were two pretty awesome moments during the episode, and one of them involves future-Flash Wally West, and how he’ll enter the story.
The Flash and Arrow are shows that are intrinsically linked – what with sharing creators, a universe, and a network together – but they are at the same time fundamentally different shows. As a result of this, fans have made a habit of weighing the positives and negatives of each against each other, stacking pros and cons to determine which one is actually the superior program.
Both Arrow and The Flash have had a lot of work to do in setting up the latest spinoff. This year's crossover extravaganza will have a massive cast of characters to juggle, but the influx of new faces means that one of the most pivotal Flash players won't be playing much of a part.
One element promised during the last season of The Flash has yet to even be hinted at: Dr. Caitlin Snow (Danielle Panabaker) becoming the villainous Killer Frost. A clearer image of Killer Frost as she will be portrayed by Danielle Panabaker on The Flash has been released. Check it out!
Last year, Barry Allen and Oliver Queen officially entered each other’s respective worlds for their first team-up, and each crossover episode tailored its content to suit the tastes of each show’s respective fans. Now it seems their next adventure together will be a little more cohesive.
One of Barry Allen’s Season 1 goals was proving his dad didn't kill him mom, thus getting him out of jail in the process. But when it finally happened, Henry just left, and it turns out some of the cast was just as confused as fans were.