DC’s Fandome event has been going on all day, and they gave us a quick glimpse of the coming season of The Flash TV series. You may recall that season 6 was cut short due to the pandemic, so Eva McCulloch is still out there and she appears as a major character in the teaser. The Top will also appear in one of the episodes, and makes a memorable appearance in the clip. Check it out!
The CW has released the trailer for the January 29th episode of The Flash. In it, Barry and Iris take a trip through Nora’s mind and memories to save her, while she tries to keep Barry from discovering her secret about the Reverse Flash.
The CW has released the trailer for the January 22nd episode of The Flash, titled “Seeing Red”. In it, Barry must protect some metahumans from Cicada’s rampage.
There’s an even longer teaser here, which contains footage from several episodes and gives us a better look at what will be happening in the next episode or two. Without spoiling what’s in the teaser, it hints at why next week’s episode is titled what it is.
Should be intense!
The three-part DC CW crossover “Elseworlds” begins this coming Sunday, and you can see the last and longest trailer below! It gives us a good glimpse into the premise, the heroes, and the villains of the story arc.
As a bonus, check out the teaser for the crossover which aired at the end of Supergirl, Arrow, and The Flash this week. It features the Flash of Earth-90, who’s very recognizable to old school Flash fans.
The crossover airs from December 9th-11th at 8 PM each night. Be sure to check it out!
The first teaser for the upcoming CW crossover debuted last night, and gives us a hint about what’s gone terribly wrong for the heroes. Check it out below.
The “Elseworlds” crossover runs from December 9th to 11th, and includes episodes of The Flash, Arrow, and Supergirl (in that order, so the timeslots are a bit different). Mark the dates on your calendar!
The annual CW DCTV crossover won’t air until December, but it’s currently being filmed and story details are slowly beginning to trickle out. This year’s theme is “Elseworlds”. As you can see from the poster, Barry Allen and Oliver Queen will be swapping superhero identities, but that isn’t the only Flash-related surprise from the story. See the photo below, though be mindful of spoilers.
As can be seen here, John Wesley Shipp is back as the `90s Flash. It isn’t known how much he’ll be appearing in the story or what exactly he’ll be doing, but it’s great to see him back in the role and the suit again.
The crossover episodes will air from December 9th to 11th this year, and will include The Flash, Arrow, and Supergirl.