Flash TV Roundup

This week’s episode of The Flash is titled “Dead Or Alive”, and you can see more official image stills from it at Flash TV News.

Plus, here’s the synopsis for next week’s episode, titled “Untouchable”. The episode will feature an old comics villain I never expected to see in the series!

The Flash 3×12 “Untouchable”
THE TOUCH OF DEATH – Barry (Grant Gustin) and the team at S.T.A.R. Labs work together to bring down Clive Yorkin (guest star Matthew Kevin Anderson), a criminal meta-human who is methodically killing people by causing them to decompose at an accelerated rate. Joe (Jesse L. Martin) becomes his next target but it’s Iris (Candice Patton) who is caught in the crossfire. The Flash mentors Kid Flash (Keiynan Lonsdale) and begins to elevate the newer speedster’s training to another level. Rob Hardy directed the episode written by Brooke Roberts and Judalina Neira.

And finally, a couple of links about the upcoming musical crossover between The Flash and Supergirl. TV Guide tells us a bit about who will sing in the episode (mostly people from the aforementioned two series, but also includes Arrow/Legends of Tomorrow‘s John Barrowman and LoT‘s Victor Garber), and the air date. It will begin on Supergirl on March 20th, and conclude on The Flash on March 21st.

The Music Meister has been cast for the crossover; he will be played by Glee actor Darren Criss, who appeared on the series with Grant Gustin and Melissa Benoist. I was hoping Neil Patrick Harris would reprise the role, but he may have been too busy with a different ongoing series.

Looking forward to the episodes over the next couple of months? What are you most interested in? What doesn’t thrill you? Share your thoughts!

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About Lia

Lia is a Canadian fan of the Flashes and the Rogues. She's particularly interested in memorabilia of the Rogues and Reverse Flashes, collecting art, and memorizing a whole lot of pointless trivia. She may be the world's only diehard fan of the Top due to a love of hopeless causes, and she runs a fan blog on Tumblr, known as gorogues or The Rogues Kick Ass.

1 thought on “Flash TV Roundup

  1. Noah Jones

    Am I the only one who’s mad the writer of this article didn’t say “I was hoping Neil Patrick Harris would reprise the role, but UNFORTUNATELY he may have been too busy with a different ongoing series.”? The joke was too easy

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