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  • Episode 23The Race of His Life

    The Flash Season Finale Recap: The Fastest Man AliveStop Zoom, save the multiverse. Simple enough, right?

  • Episode 22Invincible

    The Flash Recap: MetapocalypseThis is the episode we’ve been waiting to see.

  • Episode 21The Runaway Dinosaur

    The Flash Recap: The Sound of Your VoiceIt took a while, but The Flash has finally hit the next level.

  • Episode 20Rupture

    The Flash Recap: Vanishing ActThe Flash finally steps up its game.

  • Episode 19Back to Normal

    The Flash Recap: Just a Regular GuyYeesh, it’s another filler episode.

  • Episode 18Versus Zoom

    The Flash Recap: The Truth About ZoomThat’s it? That’s the big secret about Zoom?

  • Episode 17Flash Back

    The Flash Recap: Past ImperfectWill Barry get the help he needs from Eobard Thawne?

  • Episode 16Trajectory

    The Flash Recap: You Shall Know Her VelocityCentral City has a brand-new speedster.

  • Episode 15King Shark

    The Flash Recap: Gone Fishin’Who doesn’t love a gargantuan, talking, pants-wearing shark-monster?

  • Episode 14Escape From Earth-2

    The Flash Recap: The Man in the Iron MaskCan we really trust Jay Garrick?

  • Episode 13Welcome to Earth-2

    The Flash Recap: Through the Looking Glass“Welcome to Earth-2” is undoubtedly the best episode of the season.

  • Episode 12Fastlane

    The Flash Recap: Time Changes EverythingJoe and Iris West are the true hearts of this show.

  • Episode 11The Reverse-Flash Returns

    The Flash Recap: Why We RunGreat news! Eobard Thawne is back, and Patty has finally left Central City.

  • Episode 10Potential Energy

    The Flash Recap: What Would You Do for Family?Barry Allen and Team Flash return, but not in peak form.

  • Episode 9Running to Stand Still

    The Flash Recap: Holiday HavocFor Barry Allen, Christmas is not the most wonderful time of the year.

  • Episode 8Legends of Today

    The Flash Recap: Learn to FlyThis crossover episode feels less like storytelling and more like corporate synergy.

  • Episode 7Gorilla Warfare

    The Flash Recap: Gorilla CityReady to sympathize with a murderous, superpowered gorilla?

  • Episode 6Enter Zoom

    The Flash Recap: PowerlessBarry learns the hard way that Zoom always wins.

  • Episode 5The Darkness and the Light

    The Flash Recap: Blind DateShould we really trust Earth-2 Harrison Wells?

  • Episode 4The Fury of the Firestorm

    The Flash Recap: Second ChancesThe Flash is a fun show, but the seams are showing.

  • Episode 3Family of Rogues

    The Flash Recap: Daddy DearestAre there any superheroes or villains without daddy issues?

  • Episode 2Flash of Two Worlds

    The Flash Recap: The Crimson CometSeason one’s best character makes a surprise appearance on Earth

  • Episode 1The Man Who Saved Central City

    The Flash Recap: The Tougher Thing Is to FeelGoing where no live-action comic-book show has gone before: the Multiverse.

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    The Flash (season 7)

    Season of television series

    The seventh season of the American television series The Flash, which is based on the DC Comics character Barry Allen / Flash, premiered on The CW on March 2, The season follows Barry trying to stop Eva McCulloch, and finding a way to locate his missing wife Iris West-Allen.[1] It is set in the Arrowverse, sharing continuity with the other television series of the universe, and is a spin-off of Arrow. The season is produced by Berlanti Productions, Warner Bros. Television, and DC Entertainment, with Eric Wallace serving as showrunner.

    The season was ordered on January 7, Production began that October and concluded the following May. Grant Gustin stars as Barry, with principal cast members Candice Patton, Danielle Panabaker, Carlos Valdes, Danielle Nicolet, Efrat Dor, Tom Cavanagh, and Jesse L. Martin also returning from previous seasons, while Kayla Compton and Brandon McKnight were promoted to series regulars from their recurring and guest status in season six. This is the last season to feature Valdes and Cavanagh as series regulars. The series was renewed for an eighth season on February 3, ,[2] and will premiere on November 16, [3]

    Episodes[edit]

    See also: List of The Flash episodes

    Season seven is broken into two "Graphic Novel" storyline arcs, known as the third and fourth graphic novel respectively; this numbering continues from the first two "Graphic Novels" established in season six.[4] The first three episodes of the season conclude the second "Graphic Novel" that began but was supposed to have ended in season six.[5]

    Cast and characters[edit]

    Main article: List of The Flash characters

    Guest[edit]

    Production[edit]

    Development[edit]

    On January 7, , The CW renewed the series for a seventh season.[39] At San Diego Comic-Con , series star Grant Gustin implied it could be the final season as none of the actors were contracted for beyond seven seasons.[40] However, the show was later renewed by The CW on February 3, , confirming that it would continue with at least an eighth season.[2]

    Writing[edit]

    The sixth season ended prematurely, with 19 episodes out of the scheduled 22 due to the COVID pandemic. Showrunner Eric Wallace said the remaining three episodes, which had been written, would become the first three episodes of season seven. He conceded there may be a few small adjustments made based on how the pandemic would affect shooting, but said Eva McCulloch's story "is on a very specific trajectory that we want to honor and finish." Wallace continued that he thought having these three episodes start season seven was "making it stronger because it's forcing us to look at these two separate things&#;– which is the end of Eva's story and the beginning of the next villain's story and how he relates to Barry and Iris&#;—" and making a strong connection between them.[41] While cast member Danielle Panabaker was initially written out of some episodes in the season to accommodate her maternity leave since she gave birth in April , Wallace said there had been discussions about whether to write her back into them since the pandemic resulted in production delays, though he noted the rewriting process was "tricky".[42] Like the sixth season, the seventh season would be divided into multiple "Graphic Novel" arcs, though Wallace said they were "not going to be broken up in the way I think folks expect."[43] The "Graphic Novels" are known as the third and fourth graphic novels, continuing from season six. Wallace said all four would be connected as he was planning to tell "one big story" over season six and seven.[4] "Reflections and Lies", the second "Graphic Novel" of season six, ends with the third episode of season seven.[5]

    Regarding the character of Ralph Dibny / Elongated Man, given actor Hartley Sawyer being fired from the show, Wallace said they would be giving the character "a rest for while. But we will leave the door open" for a version of the character to appear again. The character would still appear at the start of the season, dealing with the remaining plot lines from the end of season six. Given Dibny's powers allow him to alter his appearance, that created "a couple of ways" for him to "still appear in at least one episode this season to wrap that storyline up, that gets us what we need and still allows fans to say goodbye to the character, at least for the indefinite future." Wallace also revealed they had a planned storyline for Dibny with another character that would have tied into the season's main villain. As a result, another character was utilized for that storyline and Wallace said "the storyline became so much stronger" because it became more of an emotional journey for them, going "somewhere that we never imagined they would until many seasons down the line". Despite setting up the relationship between Dibny and Sue Dearbon, Dearbon would still appear in the season, assisting Team Flash "in an unexpected way".[33] Wallace later said that Joe West's storyline in the season would be "inspired by societal changes happening in today's world".[44]

    Casting[edit]

    Hartley Sawyer was fired by The CW after social media posts with racist and misogynistic references resurfaced.

    Main cast members Grant Gustin, Candice Patton, Danielle Panabaker, Carlos Valdes, Danielle Nicolet, Efrat Dor and Jesse L. Martin return as Barry Allen / The Flash, Iris West-Allen, Caitlin Snow / Frost, Cisco Ramon, Cecile Horton, Eva McCulloch, and Joe West.[1]Tom Cavanagh, in addition to returning as Nash Wells, also plays Harry Wells, H. R. Wells, Sherloque Wells, Earth-1 Wells and Eobard Thawne / Reverse-Flash.[45] Brandon McKnight, who plays Chester P. Runk, was promoted to the main cast on March 3, , while Kayla Compton, who plays Allegra Garcia, was promoted to the main cast two days later, on March 5, [46][47] Hartley Sawyer was expected to return as Ralph Dibny / Elongated Man in the season, but on June 8, , he was fired from the series after social media posts with racist and misogynistic references resurfaced.[48] On December 1, , David Ramsey was revealed to be reprising his Arrow role of John Diggle in the season.[35] On January 13, , Jon Cor was cast in a guest role as Mark Stevens / Chillblaine for the seventh season.[30] On March 30, , Jordan Fisher was cast in a recurring role as Bart Allen / Impulse.[36] On May 4, , it was announced that Cavanagh and Valdes will leave the series after the season concludes. It was originally planned for Cavanagh to leave after season six, but he remained to properly conclude his characters' storyline in the seventh season's first three episodes; he is credited as a special guest star for his later appearances.[49] In the same month, it was revealed that Jessica Parker Kennedy and John Wesley Shipp would be reprising their roles as Nora West-Allen / XS and Jay Garrick.[50][51]

    Filming[edit]

    The episode that would have been season six's 20th was 90% filmed before being announced as the season seven premiere.[52] The season was scheduled to begin filming on October 1, [53] However, by September 29, the start of filming was temporarily postponed, because of delays in receiving COVID test results for the cast and crew.[54] Filming later began on October 9.[55] On November 29, , filming was temporarily suspended following a member of the production testing positive for COVID,[56] and resumed by mid-December at Cloverdale.[57] Filming concluded on May 22, [58]

    Marketing[edit]

    In early August , The CW released several posters of the Arrowverse superheroes wearing face masks, including the Flash, with all posters having the caption "Real Heroes Wear Masks". This marketing tactic was used to "raise public awareness on the efficacy of facial coverings preventing the spread of COVID"[59] In early December , the titles for the first five episodes of the season were revealed.[60]

    Release[edit]

    Broadcast[edit]

    The seventh season premiered on March 2, ,[61] delayed from its previous date of February 23, [62] Despite premiering much later than previous seasons, it was not expected to have a much shorter episode count.[63] In September , Wallace said the number of episodes for the season had not yet been decided, and that would depend on when the season would begin filming safely.[64] On May 25, , it was confirmed that the season 7 finale would be on July 20,[65] and that the season would have only 18 episodes, meaning that season 7 is the shortest season yet.[66]

    Reception[edit]

    Ratings[edit]

    Notes[edit]

    1. ^Credited until "Good-Bye Vibrations" and again in the last two episodes.
    2. ^Only credited for the episodes she appears in.
    3. ^Only credited for the episodes he appears in and is later credited in the 'special guest star' and 'special appearance by' bill in "Timeless" and "Heart of the Matter, Part 2" respectively.
    4. ^Tom Cavanagh also portrays—in a less prominent capacity—Harry Wells, H. R. Wells, Sherloque Wells, and Orson Wells.
    5. ^Alexa Barajas plays Esperanza Garcia in "Rayo de Luz", "Enemy at the Gates", and "P.O.W."; Barajas only voices Esperanza in "P.O.W.".
    6. ^Erika Soto voices Ultraviolet in "Rayo de Luz" and "Enemy at the Gates".
    7. ^Also credited in the 'special appearance by' bill in "P.O.W.".

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    The Flash season 8 to begin with 5 'crossover-type' episodes featuring Arrowverse heroes

    The CW is staging multiple Arrowverse team-ups this fall.

    On Tuesday, network chairman and CEO Mark Pedowitz announced that season 8 of The Flash will begin with five special event episodes featuring heroes from across the Arrowverse &#x; or the CW-verse, as he insisted on calling it.

    "The idea for The Flash is [showrunner] Eric Wallace and [executive producer Greg Berlanti] have come together, and we're talking about other superheroes from the CW-verse that will come together in each individual episodes," Pedowitz told reporters during a press conference. "It will not quite be a crossover, but it will have a crossover-type feel with the introduction of all these characters."

    Pedowitz didn't say which actors would visit The Flash in November. "I'll let you have those conversations with Eric Wallace," Pedowitz told EW on the call. "We do know that there are a couple feelers out to a couple of the actors, but we have no definitives yet."

    Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Five
    Caity Lotz, Melissa Benoist, Grant Gustin, and Cress Williams on 'Legends of Tomorrow'
    | Credit: Colin Bentley/The CW

    One of those feelers is likely regarding Black Lightning star Cress Williams, who just wrapped up his four-season run on the topical superhero show. In a recent interview with EW, Williams confirmed that The Flash has twice reached out to gauge his interest in guest-starring in season 8.

    "[We're] just in the talks phase," said Williams, who just moved back to Los Angeles, making visiting Vancouver for a guest stint much easier logistically. "I really enjoyed the crossover last year. Specifically, I think me and Grant [Gustin], we're just very like-minded in how we approach the work, and we had really great conversations. One of my favorite scenes of doing this character was the scene between me and him in the library [on the Waverider in "Crisis on Infinite Earths."] So the thought of being able to go back and do an episode here or an episode there? Oh yeah, no, I'm down for that."

    The CW had to scrap its annual Arrowverse crossover this year because the COVID pandemic made it virtually impossible to write and schedule a multi-episode event spanning multiple shows and featuring multiple actors. Instead of the usual crossover fun, Arrow alum David Ramsey is guest-starring as John Diggle on several of the shows, including Batwoman, Superman & Lois, The Flash, and Supergirl.

    Riverdale, like The Flash, will also begin its next season with five "event" episodes, which is a way for the network to launch both shows in the fall while also accommodating their delayed production start dates.

    "They will have completed production [on their current seasons] by the end of June, early July. So there will be enough of a hiatus so they will come back sometime in early September so that they're fully rested," Pedowitz said. "Because they're coming in early September, there's no way we can get eight or nine episodes up and running. So we're thrilled to have these eventize programming that we're going to do with Flash and Riverdale for those five episodes that start in mid-November."

    The Flash airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on the CW.

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    For the episodes from the series, see The Flash ( TV series) §&#;Episodes.

    The Flash is an American action television series developed by Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg, and Geoff Johns, airing on The CW. It is based on the DC Comics character Barry Allen / Flash, a costumed crimefighter with the power to move at superhuman speeds. It is a spin-off from Arrow, existing in the same fictional universe. The series follows Barry Allen, portrayed by Grant Gustin, a crime scene forensic investigator who gains superhuman speed, which he uses to fight criminals, including others who have also gained superhuman abilities.

    As of July&#;20, ,[update] episodes of The Flash have aired, concluding the seventh season. The series was renewed for an eighth season on February 3, and it is set to premiere on November 16, [1][2]

    Series overview[edit]

    Episodes[edit]

    Season 1 (–15)[edit]

    Main article: The Flash (season 1)

    Season 2 (–16)[edit]

    Main article: The Flash (season 2)

    Season 3 (–17)[edit]

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    Season 4 (–18)[edit]

    Main article: The Flash (season 4)

    Season 5 (–19)[edit]

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    Season 6 (–20)[edit]

    Main article: The Flash (season 6)

    Season 7 ()[edit]

    Main article: The Flash (season 7)

    Season 8[edit]

    Main article: The Flash (season 8)

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