When Barry Allen was a boy, his father was falsely convicted of his mother’s bizarre murder. Raised by Detective Joe West, his best friend Iris’s father, he constantly searched for the truth. Now a brilliant CSI Investigator, he is fascinated by physicist Harrison Wells and his S.T.A.R. Labs team’s latest invention. But when it’s tested, an explosion puts Barry into a coma. He awakens with the power of super speed, rendering him virtually unseen. Soon Barry discovers a nefarious group of “meta-humans” also created that night, threatening Central City. Along with clearing his father’s name, Barry has a purpose: to be the city’s guardian angel, known as The Flash.
“I mean, they’ve always been destiny, it feels like. We’ve been hinting at it since the very first episode,” Patton said.
“It affects her a lot. Emotionally, it affects her, but also logically.”
“Season one we’d put me on a treadmill with a harness, and then I realized on the show that it was always like a waister shot and that my legs weren’t in frame, so they had me running for no reason whatsoever,” Gustin said.
Kevin Smith is returning to ‘The Flash’ to direct the seventeenth episode of season four.
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Barry (Grant Gustin) and the team at S.T.A.R. Labs work to capture Kyle Nimbus (guest star Anthony Carrigan), a.k.a. The Mist
The Flash, a spinoff of Arrow, will follow DC Comics characters.
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