The Flash/Barry Allen

The Flash

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After a particle accelerator causes a freak storm, CSI Investigator Barry Allen is struck by lightning and falls into a coma. Months later he awakens with the power of super speed, granting him the ability to move through Central City like an unseen guardian angel. Though initially excited by his newfound powers, Barry is shocked to discover he is not the only "meta-human" who was created in the wake of the accelerator explosion -- and not everyone is using their new powers for good. Barry partners with S.T.A.R. Labs and dedicates his life to protect the innocent. For now, only a few close friends and associates know that Barry is literally the fastest man alive, but it won't be long before the world learns what Barry Allen has become...The Flash.

'The Flash' Season Six New Big Bad Revealed

'The Flash' Season Six New Big Bad Revealed

A crisis awaits Barry Allen and Team Flash but for now, it looks like the team will remain busy until Crisis on Infinite Earths. — The new villain is Bloodwork also known as Dr. Ramsey Rosso who will be played by Sendhil Ramamurthy (Heroes). The panel at San Diego Comic-Con revealed the trailer for season six.

'The Flash' Season 4 Villain Revealed

'The Flash' Season 4 Villain Revealed

This article contains major spoilers from The Flash season three finale "Finish Line" plus a possible spoiler for season four of the series. — CW renewed The Flash early into its season 3 run. Executive Produver Andrew Kreisberg has already confirmed that the villain isn't a speedster. The character is rumored to be Devoe, who has already been referenced throughout season 3.

Season 3 of 'The Flash' Gets an Official Synopsis
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Season 3 of 'The Flash' Gets an Official Synopsis

It honestly feels like only yesterday when The CW announced The Flash to join Arrow in their DC superhero universe, and boy has it grown since then. — With season 3 kicking off a Flashpoint-inspired storyline, fans are certainly curious to see where things go from here. The series premiers Tuesday, October 4. Read the synopsis below.

Tom Cavanagh will Return for 'The Flash' Season 3 as Series Regular
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Tom Cavanagh will Return for 'The Flash' Season 3 as Series Regular

According to EW, it seems Tom Cavanagh will not be exiting The CW's The Flash despite how the second season concludes. — "Details on next season are being kept tightly under wraps, but I can tell you that Tom Cavanagh will be back as a series regular for season 3. Consider this: If the show does indeed move forward with Flashpoint, then the Reverse-Flash never killed Earth-1 Harrison Wells and his wife, meaning we could see the original Wells next season. Maybe. Hopefully".

The CW Renews Everything

The CW Renews Everything

The CW is not making any secret of their confidence in their slate, having handed out early renewals for every series on their list. — The list is bulked up with ten ongoing series, as well as the returning Reign. The announcement doesn't come with episode orders or premiere dates, though it is expected that it will be spread out so as to try and reach a year-round schedule.

"The Flash" Adds Female Speedster

"The Flash" Adds Female Speedster

Allison Paige (Days of Our Lives, Younger) has been cast as Eliza Harmon/Trajectory. Harmon/Trajectory is the first female speedster introduced in The Flash universe. Trajectory (Paige) will be a villain arriving in Central City "intent on creating maximum chaos, Trajectory’s antics are misinterpreted as having been perpetrated by the Flash himself. Barry thus must quickly! uncover the mystery of who is the girl under the mask — as well as what is driving her mad desire for speed and destruction."

Good Vibrations: Metahuman Cisco in The Flash Season 2

Good Vibrations: Metahuman Cisco in The Flash Season 2

"You guys are fun. Or you could be, if you realized you lived under a NIGHTCLUB!" says Cisco Ramon, who was born to be Vibe. — He said this about Team Arrow in the Arrow cave - a name the actual Arrow hates - during the season 3 crossover "The Brave and the Bold," long before he found out from Dr. Harrison Wells/Reverse Flash that he, too, had acquired superpowers when the particle accelerator exploded.