The Flash

Aired: Oct 22, 2019 , Tuesday at 20:00 on CW

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Episode Summary: Knowing that Crisis is only weeks away, Barry prepares a member of Team Flash for life without him while hunting a terrifying meta-human with an unquenchable thirst. Meanwhile, Ralph uncovers a family secret.
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Dead Man Running

Well, well, well, if it isn't a new Wells. Harrison "Nash" Wells arrived on The Flash Season 6 Episode 3 baring quite a resemblance to a certain treasure hunting archeologist. In other words, this Wells is a badass. There were not many scenes with him, given Barry's and Killer Frost's investigation into the new meta created by Ramsey Rosso. However, Nash still stole the show as Tom Cavanagh usually does. Iris' bright-eyed, stubborn intern Allegra first discovered the "re... more



The Flash's Danielle Panabaker on Directing 'James Bond' Caper - And Will Caitlin Get to React to Crisis?

This Tuesday on The Flash (The CW, 8/7c), “Allen, Barry Allen” joins “Dibny, Ralph Dibny” on a mission to infiltrate a super-secret, Sue Dearbon-related soiree in Midway City. What follows is a caper that leans on the gents’ regular identities, and not so much their super ones. Meanwhile, Nash details for Iris and the rest of Team Flash his plan to save Barry, while Cecile and Frost help Chester P. Runk acclimate to his new life — and just maybe “ge... more

The Flash's Sue Dearbon Is Found: Natalie Dreyfuss Lands Recurring Role

It looks like Ralph Dibny’s missing person case is destined to be solved, now that The Flash has cast the role of Sue Dearbon. TVLine has learned exclusively that Natalie Dreyfuss, whose past TV credits include The CW’s The Originals and CMT’s Still the King, has been cast as the woman who, in DC Comics lore, eventually becomes the Elongated Man’s missus. Described as possessing a fierce intelligence and a spitfire personal... more

Which Arrowverse Heroes Would Swear, If Their Shows Were on DC Universe?

What if Arrow‘s titular vigilante scolded scalawags by growling, “You have failed this f–king city!”? What if The Flash‘s Cisco greeted the latest Wells doppelganger by groaning, “Great. Another f–king a–hole.” We never hear such expletives uttered by the heroes (or villains) of broadcast-TV’s Arrowverse slate, which also includes Supergirl, Legends of Tomorro... more


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