After the cutdown of the sixth season with 19 episodes instead of the usual 22 episodes, The CW is coming back with Season 7 of “The Flash”. At San Diego Comic-Con 2019 the announcement of official renewal was made. Eric Wallace promises that Season 7 will be even more better despite the lockdown effect. He also says that the end of Eva’s story and the next villain are two different branches from this intersection.
The Flash’s main character, Grant Gustin, has hinted toward the end of the series too.What a bummer!
Release Date of The Flash
The CW airs the series on Tuesday 23rd February 2021.
Well ofcourse Grant Gustin is going to be a part of the show. Along with him Candice Patton as Iris West-Allen, Carlos Valdes as Cisco Ramon, Danielle Nicolet as Cecile Horton, Danielle Panabaker as Caitlin Snow/Frost, Efrat Dor as Eva McCulloch, Tom Cavanagh as Nash Wells, Jesse L. Martin as Joe West, Brandon McKnight as Chester P. Runk and KaylaCompton as Allega Garcia are more likely to join.
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What to expect of Season 7?
The (oh my god did this really happen!) cliffhanger last season which meant Mirror Master(Efrat Dor) still had his claws in Central City, The Flash will have to come back stronger. Iris West Allen, his wife, his strength is still missing. He cannot place his undivided attention only on his enemy while also on the search for her. This means there is a regrouping in order. The Flash fans already are sure that the Mirror Master’s reign will be overthrown. But what next? Will there be a happily ever after? Will Barry find Iris? Would there be peace in the neighbourhood or is this only the calm before the storm? One thing is for sure, Season 7 is going to be exciting.
There is some bad news about The Flash Season 7
Hartley Sawyer aka Elongated Man aka Ralph Dibny has run into trouble. The crudeness of these tweets enraged fans. The showrunner, Eric Wallace then announced his removal from the show. Sawyer apologized for his past self and asked people to look past it as he was a different person now.