October 19, 2017

Barry (Grant Gustin) and the team are hit by a string of bad luck and realize it is the handiwork of a new meta, Becky (guest star Sugar-Lyn Beard) nicknamed Hazard, who has the ability to give others bad luck, while cashing in the benefits for herself. Meanwhile, Harry Wells (Tom Cavanagh) returns to Earth-1 to give Wally (Keiynan Lonsdale) a message from Jesse.

October 19, 2017

So many hilarious scenes we got this week! The floating mode of the suit will never get old. And isn’t it nice to see Barry smiling more often again? I have updated the gallery with high-resolution screencaps from the latest episode of The Flash.

October 13, 2017

Barry (Grant Gustin) has his hands full when he takes on a dangerous meta (guest star Dominic Burgess) who can control technology, while also confronting an obstacle in his personal life: the ramifications of abandoning Iris (Candice Patton) for six months to balance the Speed Force. Meanwhile, Gypsy (guest star Jessica Camacho) breaches in for a hot date with Cisco (Carlos Valdes), but she gets annoyed when his work keeps them apart.

October 13, 2017

We didn’t see Barry for the first quarter of the season premiere, but hey, we back baby! Promising start for the season. And how did everybody like the new suit? Check out high-resolution screencaps from the season premiere of The Flash entitled The Flash Reborn in our gallery!

October 01, 2017
Gallery Stills The Flash TV Shows Comments Off on Still from ‘The Flash’ Season 4 Premiere

I finally got the episode still from the season premiere in HQ, so view it in full-resolution in our gallery!

September 30, 2017
Gallery The Flash TV Shows Comments Off on ‘The Flash’ Season 4 New Poster

The Flash is reborn and recharged in the new Season 4 poster. Less than two weeks to go!

September 15, 2017
Gallery The Flash TV Shows Comments Off on ‘The Flash’ Season 4 First Look Photo

Entertainment Weekly shared the first promotional photo from the upcoming season of The Flash, featuring a different look at Barry.

Spoiler alert: It won’t be long before Barry Allen escapes the Speed Force. However, viewers will meet a very different Scarlet Speedster when The Flash returns.

After sacrificing himself to save Central City in the season 3 finale, Barry (Grant Gustin) has spent the last six months in the Speed Force, which has had quite the effect on him — as you can see in the recently released promo.

“Initially, Barry is pretty scrambled when he comes out of the Speed Force,” Gustin tells EW. “He’s not himself, he’s talking nonsense. The way I see it, when he was in the Speed Force, he experienced his whole life laid out in front of him from start to finish. So in some sense, he comes out very wise, kind of knowing everything, but he has no understanding of what he’s seen, so he comes out very jumbled and talking what he thinks makes complete sense, but just nonsense to the rest of the crew.”

Fear not, Barry won’t be like that all season, as executive producer Andrew Kreisberg explains that his time in the Speed Force has actually had a really positive effect on him as well. “The most important thing about Barry this year is that the experience of being in the Speed Force was a bit of a baptism for him. The premiere episode is called ‘The Flash Reborn’ and Barry, in a way, has been born again,” Kreisberg says, noting that the title doesn’t mean the show is following the The Flash: Rebirth story line from the comics. “His experience in there has really washed away a lot of his sins and cleansed him of a lot of his doubts, his fears, and his guilts, and it really is leaving him free and clear to just have an open road and a fresh start. He really loves being The Flash again.”

Gustin concurs: “A huge weight has been lifted and he’s forgiven himself again of all the mistakes he made the last couple years and people that he’s hurt. He’s ready to move forward with the team and move forward with Iris [Candice Patton] and be happy Barry again and save Central City.”

Barry’s new outlook is part and parcel of the show leaning back into lighter, more comedic tones after traveling down a dark path the last two seasons. “I’m having fun with it, just getting to laugh things off a little bit more again as the character,” Gustin says. “When we see a bad guy that rolls around, a villain of the week, it’s not such a daunting task. We can have a little bit of fun taking down these guys now.”

Barry’s ability to forgive himself is also the next step in the superhero’s evolution. “It’s not in the titles, but every one of these shows — whether it’s Supergirl, Arrow, or Flash — it really is like Arrow Begins, Flash Begins, and Supergirl Begins,” Kreisberg says. “Now it’s season 4 and he’s really become The Flash in the comic books, the one who really is in full mastery of his skills and has the emotional maturity that he has in the comics.”