The synopsis for the Season 7 premiere of The Flash has been Shown, and it Affirms the return of Nash Wells. Nash Wells, the geologist, and explorer, portrayed by Tom Cavanagh, was introduced in season 6. Wells showed up to Earth-1 trying to find the substance called”eternium” and hurried into his fair share of problems along the way.
Wells finally finds the eternium in Central City’s sewers but becomes trapped beneath town before being rescued by Ralphy Dibny. Then he accepts help from Team Flash and tells them that he knows how to reverse Barry’s fate that will come with the upcoming Crisis. Wells later inadvertently uttered the Anti-Monitor and, as a result, becomes a Pariah made to see the Anti-Monitor destroy the multiverse at”Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Three.”
Wells will be back at the season 7 premiere of The Flash. The synopsis for the premiere episode, titled”All’s Well That Ends Well,” shows that Wells will save Barry from his impending doom. Wells will produce a backup plan to conserve Barry after an experiment conducted to conserve Barry’s speed neglects. Read the synopsis of the premiere episode below:
Once an experiment to save Barry’s (Grant Gustin) speed backfires, Nash Wells (Tom Cavanagh) searches for a way to conserve The Flash and comes up with a plan. Meanwhile, Iris (Candice Patton) creates a startling realization within the Mirrorverse and Cecile (Danielle Nicolet) faces off with Rosa Dillon (guest star Ashley Rickards). Alexandra La Roche directed the episode written by Sam Chalsen & Lauren Certo (#701).
Season 7 of The Flash will premiere on The CW on March 3. The delay of The Flash and other Arrowverse series was declared in May of last year on account of the ongoing pandemic. Season 6 has been cut short by three episodes consequently, as well as the finale. Last year’s finale saw one of the greatest ever battles thus far and subsequently left audiences with a couple of large cliffhangers and unanswered questions. They might have to solve the problems in the Mirrorverse, the fate of Iris West, and a significant battle with Eva McCullogh, who’s now a huge threat to the group. Luckily, those questions should be resolved soon in season 7. The Flash showrunner Eric Wallace formerly mentioned that season 6 would affect all of season 7. Initially, season 7 has been set to premiere this month, but the premiere was then delayed once more to make room for the premiere of Superman & Lois.
After a very long delay, The Flash is eventually right around the corner. As though that weren’t exciting enough, the synopsis serves up much more exciting as it provides more details of what is to come. The synopsis, along with the season 7 posters, has amped up what is sure to be another dramatic, action-packed season of The Flash.