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Flash Season 6 Navigation menu VideoWandavision Episode 6 Trailer Breakdown and Marvel Easter Eggs The sixth season of The Flash premiered on October 8, , on The CW and concluded on May 12, It was originally going to consist of 22 episodes. However, only 20 were produced due to production shutting down indefinitely on March 13, , due to the COVID pandemic. 1. Into the Void Air date: Oct 8, In the Season 6 premiere, Barry and Iris deal with the heartbreaking loss of 2. A Flash of the Lightning Air date: Oct 15, Faced with the news of his impending death, Barry's resiliency 3. Dead Man Running Air date: Oct 22, Knowing that Crisis. Kid Flash returns to Central City with a Zen attitude and new tricks up his sleeve. While thrilled to see his family again, Wally confides to Barry that he returned because he thinks there is something wrong with the speed force. Meanwhile, Cisco returns from his fact-finding mission across Earth-Prime. S6, Ep The Flash Season 6 is just further evidence that a shorter, more focused approach is really the way to go. (Hey, it's worked out pretty well for DC's Legends of Tomorrow.) Through it all, that. The Flash season 6 release date: When will it be on? Seems churlish to ask The Flash, of all shows, to hurry up. Every single season so far has landed in the first half of October and season six is.
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Medium quality. Itunes Store. While thrilled to see his family again, Wally confides to Barry that he returned because he thinks there is something wrong with the speed force.
Meanwhile, Cisco returns from his fact-finding mission across Earth-Prime. The Flash takes on a dangerous new meta named Sunshine; Cisco sets out to help Nash.
After Black Hole hires Rag Doll to kill Joe, Singh suggests he go into the witness protection program; Ralph runs into Sue; Iris becomes suspicious of Eva.
After recent events, Barry takes a closer look at his life with Iris; Eva makes a bold move. Team Flash battle Godspeed, and turned to an unexpected ally for help.
Barry considers a risky plan to save Iris from the Mirrorverse; Ralph attempts to stop Sue from making a grave mistake that could destroy her life.
See also TV Schedule. Though it was previously suspected that the Arrowverse shows would have shorted seasons, it has been officially reported by Variety that it will indeed be the case.
According to the outlet, The Flash has enough completed episodes to cover up until May After that, the show will go on an early hiatus, with the concluding chapters hopefully airing sometime later in In its place, the new DC-inspired series, Stargirl , will be moved up a week and take over The Flash 's traditional Tuesday slot.
The development comes as a result of the Coronavirus outbreak shutting down numerous TV and movie productions.
The Flash can travel at "super speed", violating the laws of physics as he runs faster than a speeding bullet. His alter ego Barry Allen was a brilliant but socially awkward crime scene investigator for the Central City Police Department.
After a botched experiment causes a particle accelerator explosion that bathes the city with an unusual form of radiation he was struck by lightning and fell into a coma.
When he awoke he had gained his superhuman powers and vows to use his new abilities to fight crime and protect mankind. With big ratings and an awards cabinet loaded with IGN, Saturn, Leo, Teen Choice awards and a Primetime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Special Visual Effects, The Flash is fast-paced entertainment and a first class comic book adaptation worth diving into.
If you ever feel the need for speed, The Flash delivers. Barry faces the news of his impending death. Loring catches Sue red-handed, but Ralph saves her.
Suddenly, Esperanza arrives to kill Sue. The two women fight until Sue tricks Esperanza and Ralph in order to escape.
Elsewhere, Joe comes to Barry with evidence of a mole inside CCPD, telling him that only family can be trusted. In response, Barry is convinced to give "Iris" the mirror gun.
While investigating the diamond, Sue uncovers Black Hole's symbol. While looking for the cemetery where his parents are buried, Barry finds Hartley Rathaway robbing a jewelry store.
Kamilla and Chester provide assistance as the rest of Team Flash is busy, but Hartley escapes. While updating Gideon, Barry accidentally ends up in Grodd 's mind while the latter is still in his neural inhibitor-induced coma.
Grodd tells Barry that, because of the Crisis, he wants to make amends for what he has done and return to Gorilla City to live in peace. Barry does not believe him but, when he tries to escape, he is stopped by the "gatekeeper," a manifestation of Solovar.
After Barry reconciles with Grodd, they work together to defeat Solovar while Chester helps separate their minds. Following this, A.
Meanwhile, Iris and Eva make another attempt to escape the mirror dimension, but the latter burns her arms. When Iris leaves to get bandages, Eva contacts mirror Iris, who suffered the same injuries while working for her before Eva heals them.
Elsewhere, Allegra learns she had a doppelgänger who worked for Nash. When Nash tries to explain himself, he hallucinates another doppelgänger of his, Sherloque Wells , warning him that "he is coming.
Wally West and Cisco return to Central City, with the former confronting Barry over Oliver enhancing his speed during the Crisis.
Meanwhile, Frida Novikov, a metahuman who can manipulate time, attempts to exact revenge against those who ruined a past crime spree she committed.
Dubbing her " Turtle II", Cisco develops Velocity-X to negate her powers and, with help from Flash and Kid Flash, Joe eventually manages to arrest her.
Following this, Cisco is attacked by Eobard Thawne , who took possession of Nash's body but cannot access his speed, as his host does not have powers.
Cecile incapacitates him, allowing Team Flash to imprison him in the pipeline. After Thawne reveals that he still has access to the Negative Speed Force, Barry gets the idea to create an artificial Speed Force to save himself.
Before he leaves, Wally voices his suspicions about Iris to Joe. Elsewhere, Kamilla discovers evidence of mirror Iris' true nature, but the duplicate shoots her with the mirror gun to silence her.
Eric Dean Seaton. Joe informs Chief Singh of the CCPD mole, but receives skepticism. Elsewhere, Cisco gives Barry a "Speed Gauge" to monitor his waning powers before building a device to "exorcise" Thawne, who was fused with Nash alongside the other Wellses following Crisis.
While inside Nash's head, Cisco, Cecile, and Barry learn that Thawne is using Nash's traumatic past with Allegra's doppelgänger, Maya, against him.
With this knowledge, they help Nash come to terms with her death and expel Thawne. Meanwhile, Eva sends Mirror Iris and Mirror Kamilla to steal a Prismatic Refractor from Mercury Labs, only to find Black Hole operative "Sunshine" has beaten them to it.
They call in Frost and Flash but, despite using Velocity-X, Flash's speed falters and Frost is nearly killed, though CCPD intervenes and forces Sunshine to escape.
After "Iris" reminds him of the idea of limits, Barry works with CCPD to trap Sunshine in his lab with the windows shuttered, blocking her powers.
While arresting Sunshine, Singh suspects she was the mole because of her powers. Following his experience with Thawne, Barry decides to use Nora West-Allen's journal to create his artificial Speed Force; the mirror clones deliver the refractor to Eva.
As Iris becomes acclimated to the mirror dimension, she reveals to Eva that her husband is the Flash, who might be able to save them if they can communicate with him.
Eva directs Mirror Iris to ensure Barry loses his speed. Meanwhile, Carver hires Rag Doll to kill Joe. After his car is sabotaged, Singh urges Joe to go into Witness Protection, but he refuses.
Rag Doll attacks Joe directly, who gets shot when Barry fails to catch all of the bullets. While Joe tries and fails to get evidence on Carver, Rag Doll kidnaps Cecile.
Barry battles Rag Doll while Joe rescues Cecile. These incidents convince Joe to take Singh up on his offer, while Singh is revealed to be another of Eva's duplicates.
Eva has a mirror sent to Carver to give him one last chance to apologize to her, but he refuses and destroys the mirror. Mirror Iris is furious that Barry failed to protect Joe and that she could not say goodbye to him, kicking Barry out just as his Speed Gauge hits critical.
Meanwhile, Ralph and Cisco find Sue robbing Carver's banks, who she claims is blackmailing her parents. She apologizes for manipulating Ralph, but continues to reject his help.
Barry becomes suspicious of "Iris" and, with a skeptical Cecile's help, discovers Kamilla's evidence.
However, Eva switched his equipment, causing Team Flash to believe he is the fake and lock him up, though Cecile frees him.
The mirror duplicates approach Rosso for his blood in exchange for freeing him, with Mirror Kamilla sacrificing herself to do so.
Though Rosso donates his blood, he chooses to remain imprisoned as part of his own plans. Iris discovers Eva's treachery, but gets captured.
Mirror Iris gives Eva the blood and wounds a weakened Barry. While watching the battle, Iris taunts Eva with her love for Carver, causing Eva to suffer a mental breakdown and impair Mirror Iris.
Barry encourages Mirror Iris to live for herself, but Eva shatters her before stepping out of the mirrorverse and wounding Barry further. Despite his weakened state, Eva chooses to leave and enact her plans instead of killing him.
Many of these specials, which generally include the Flash, Green Arrow, Supergirl, among others, are three-four episodes put together, with one episode featuring on each of the heroes' individual shows.
For "Season 6" of the Flash, we get yet another crossover episode--just Part 3 of the "Crisis on Infinite Earths" special.
As with previous seasons, "Flash" forgos any attempt at continuity between the show and the special and plunges Barry Allen Grant Gustin and his friends into one of the most bizarre and inexplicable stories of the show.
Sure, other crossovers were inundated in countless characters I had never seen and dramas I was unfamiliar with. But this crossover is so integral to this season's story that any previous suspense or build-up evaporates.
It is enough to make me consider that the melodramatic and cartoonish style of "Flash" has been demoted to absolute chaotic nonsense.
I'm getting ahead of myself, so I'll rewind. Barry is told by an entity called The Monitor LaMonica Garret that the Flash must sacrifice himself to prevent a universal or is that now multi-universal?
Barry is more distraught than ready to fight, which serves mostly so that he and his wife, Iris Candice Patton , can exchange tediously circular dialogue that, like a lot of dramatic conflicts on the show, switches back-and-forth constantly; maybe Barry should fight, or maybe his choice to die should be respected.
Maybe his choice shouldn't be respected, maybe he should help his friends. Or maybe he should fight, or maybe he shouldn't. If you're growing restless, actually watching "Season 6" does little to alleviate the problematic drama.
The point of many of these dramatic dynamics is more to demonstrate that there are introspective characters and inner conflicts rather than give realism or consequence to them.
In one scene, Barry's friend and colleague Cisco Ramon Carlos Valdes tries to save Barry from "Crisis" until Barry selfishly chastises him for it. Why I'm still not sure.
The theory is that characters who feel all the time are interesting. My theory is that characters who think and feel all the time are tiresome bores.
What we learn about the "Crisis", the tacky and silly term given to the apocalypse, is that an interdimensional wave of anti-matter will arrive and demolish the Earth.
In a tunnel conveniently located beneath Central City, there is a locked secret chamber that holds key answers to the event.
Nash Wells Tom Cavanaugh , this season's Wells, is particularly interested in the chamber, hoping to prove The Monitor to be a false deity.
Of all the Wellses so far, this one, an adventurer who busts false gods for a living, has the most minor focus. He is a clumsy narcissist not unlike the other Wells but has a handful of scenes where he influences the plot.
An exception is a surprisingly down-to-earth episode that has him and Joe West Jesse L. Martin trapped by a cave-in in the same tunnel.
I think that same episode featured Barry and Ralph Diby Hartley Sawyer infiltrate a social gathering Bond-style in which criminals bid on a weaponized satellite.
This was kind of fun. Aside from the "Crisis", there is the rise of Ramsey Rosso Sendhil Ramamrthy , whose attempts to cure HLH result in him being transformed into a sort of scary meta-human vampire, which makes people like Barry and Ralph ideal targets.
With his powers, he can cause people to live forever, or so he claims. He manages to infect Barry's mind and body, leaving it up to Barry's psyche to resist Rosso's offerings of eternal life and the power of resurrection.
Why does it always come down to an internal choice? Nevertheless, Rosso does have a good point in spreading eternal life and the ability to resuscitate people--if you discount the side effect of being zombified, a curious disadvantage not given weight during Barry's critical decision.
Rosso's vampire, now just a passing character among more memorable villains, is significantly more creepy than his human counterpart, which is in the tradition of mad scientists but doesn't have much charm.
As a meta-human, he has ghastly black veins and eyes black as night. When he infects other people, they exhibit the same characteristics.
His plan is to destroy the multiverse and replace it with his own. Cisco, I believe, refers to this as an "anti-matter universe", a concept more interesting than anything ever said in this season.
It's odd when Team Flash references science that seemingly makes sense to scientific neophytes when "Flash" is pure fantasy. In the season's second half, we are also given McCulloch Technologies, which is in the tradition of secret organizations bent on power and dominance.
To start with, they have marginal interest at best. By the end, we are given a lackluster finale featuring one of the least charismatic villains of the show.
In its defense, however, the absence of a COVID event would have at least allowed a conclusion. The current conclusion, which resulted from forces out of everyone's control, is a cliffhanger where one of the least interesting villains on the show gets away with it.