TV LINE: Season 7 of The Flash has been told to slow down, its originally scheduled return now preempted by a supersized “premiere event” for the freshman CW series Superman & Lois.
The scheduling change was first (and near-subliminally) revealed by way of an on-screen “bug” that appeared during Batwoman‘s Season 2 premiere on Sunday night, though any official details were not quick to follow.
The Flash was originally set to return with Season 7 on Tuesday, Feb. 23 at 8/7c, leading into the series premiere of Superman & Lois (starring Tyler Hoechlin and Elizabeth Tulloch).
Instead, Superman & Lois will fly solo that night with a “two-hour premiere event” that pairs a 90-minute episode of the Arrowverse newcomer with a special titled “Superman & Lois: Legacy of Hope.” The brand-new special will feature sneak peeks and interviews from the cast of the new series, plus special guests discussing the legacy of the Man of Steel.
The Flash is now confirmed to launch Season 7 the following Tuesday, March 2. As well-reported, the new season will open with some version of the three episodes leftover from Season 6, which wrap up the Eva McCulloch Mirrorverse arc but were postponed by the pandemic-related shutdown in production.
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The Flash unveiled a trailer for season 7 at DC FanDome on Saturday — and you can watch it below.
“Even though it’s only footage really from one episode , pay attention to the way it’s presented. It’s actually huge spoilers all over the place,” said showrunner Eric Wallace about the season 7 teaser during the DC FanDome panel
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Written by Rory on June 09 2020
Grant Gustin is speaking out against his former The Flash costar Hartley Sawyer, who was fired from The CW superhero drama earlier Monday after offensive tweets from his past were recirculated online.
Entertainment Weekly – Gustin, who stars as the show’s titular character, shared a lengthy statement from The Flash showrunner Eric Wallace on his Instagram, calling it powerful and elegant, and adding that he was personally “shocked, saddened and angry” when he saw his former costar’s old tweets.
“Words matter,” Gustin added.
Written by Rory on May 12 2020
ET’s Leanne Aguilera spoke with ‘The Flash’ stars Grant Gustin and Candice Patton in separate video interviews, but actors’ answers about Barry and Iris’ relationship were exactly the same!