Welcome back to Up To Speed, in which Flash TV show recappers Dylan Todd and Ziah Grace break down the latest episode of The Flash and talk about what works, what doesn’t, and where the series might be headed.
This week, Barry has ruined everything again, The Rival is back, a new villain is lurking in a warehouse, and some people may be harboring secret superpowers. "Paradox" was directed by Ralph Hemecker and written by Aaron Helbing and Todd Helbing.
We’ll only have three or so episodes to spend together when Arrow, Flash and Legends of Tomorrow crossover with Supergirl, and we’d be happy to spend all three with the disparate personalities paling around. It may take some time to get there, however, as producers say not everyone from the Arrow-verse will be so excited to meet the Girl of Steel.
Flash fans aren’t yet certain how much of last week’s “Flashpoint” premiere will come to bear on Season 3, though few would argue that Todd Lasance’s “The Rival” raised more questions than answers. Others took issue with the latest Flash speedster’s subpar design, for which new concept art reveals the character almost had a more terrifying, familiar look.
Supergirl and The Flash got to have their crossover cake and eat it with Barry speeding over from The CW universe to CBS, even before Season 2 moved to the former. Many thought perhaps Kara’s Supergirl universe might end up folded into the “Arrow-verse” to facilitate easier crossovers, but producers now confirm the Girl of Steel will keep her separate Earth.
The CW’s DC roster has two premieres left between Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow, but you know fans are chomping at the bit to see all those crazy kids together. Wait no more, as a new Legends of Tomorrow Season 2 trailer reveals everything from our first crossover footage, to Jonah Hex’s return and more!
The Flash finally rolled back its Season 3 “Flashpoint” curtain to reveal that Barry’s new reality wouldn’t last, but some major changes have lingered nonetheless. Case in point, a new trailer for the weeks ahead reveals Wentworth Miller’s return as Captain Cold, as well as several of the “New Rogues” plaguing Central City.
It’s been a long, long Flash-less Summer, unless you count Grandmaster Flash in The Get Down, but we’re finally back. This episode, Barry screws up a good thing, everyone forgets what an original timeline looks like, and John Wesley Shipp says “Slugger,” twice! Does he get paid each time he says it? Let’s find out… together. "Flashpoint" was directed by Jesse Warn, from a story by Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg, and a teleplay by Andrew Kreisberg and Brooke Roberts.
The Flash got off to a less-than-speedy start in Season 3, so what better occasion to look back at the DC drama’s ups and downs? Just in time for the next run, The Flash gets the Honest Trailer treatment, and you’ll never not notice Grant Gustin’s bobbling head again.
‘The Flash’ returns for Season 3 with a time-turning “Flashpoint,” only walk back its ‘Back to the Future’ game and make the timeline even more confusing. Plus, what happened to Iris, and just who is this “Alchemy”? Find out in our full review!
CW Seed’s Vixen made a curious gaffe last month, blithely confirming a Season 2 premiere over Twitter, only to walk back the announcement hours later. We may now know why, as Warner Bros. now confirms a separate (albeit close) date for the Season 2 premiere in October, along with new details.
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