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The Flash's Candice Patton Discusses One of the Major Themes That Makes Season 5 So Great

Although season five of the CW's The Flash has all the elements of previous seasons - action, witty banter, trippy time-traveling - there's something that sets it apart. Something far more powerful than Barry's speed or any villain he's ever faced: family legacies.

When the season first premiered in October, Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) and Iris West (Candice Patton) were taken by surprise when their future daughter, Nora (Jessica Parker Kennedy), traveled to the past to fight crime with her father, inadvertently trapping herself in their timeline. In the first round of episodes, viewers watched Barry and Iris adjust to their new parental roles and all the obstacles that it has brought along.

But somehow their sudden responsibilities as parents seem to be strengthening their relationship. "It was shocking for both Barry and Iris to see their future daughter as an adult. But I think it's helped their relationship,
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The Flash's Candice Patton on the Theme of Season 5: "Everyone's on Their Own Journey"

Although season five of the CW's The Flash has all the elements of previous seasons - action, witty banter, trippy time-traveling - there's something that sets it apart. Something far more powerful than Barry's speed or any villain he's ever faced: family legacies.

When the season first premiered in October, Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) and Iris West (Candice Patton) were taken by surprise when their future daughter, Nora (Jessica Parker Kennedy), traveled to the past to fight crime with her father, inadvertently trapping herself in their timeline. In the first round of episodes, viewers watched Barry and Iris adjust to their new parental roles and all the obstacles that it has brought along.

But somehow their sudden responsibilities as parents seem to be strengthening their relationship. "It was shocking for both Barry and Iris to see their future daughter as an adult. But I think it's helped their relationship,
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The Flash Season 5×11 Synopsis Teases A Grave Injury For Nora

Things are definitely not looking up for Barry Allen when The Flash returns for the back half of its fifth season. This new synopsis for episode 11 of the run, titled “Seeing Red” – not to be confused with the Arrow season 2 episode of the same name – teases that Nora will be badly injured during a fight with current big bad Cicada, leaving the Scarlet Speedster furious over the villain causing his daughter harm and running headfirst into battle.

See for yourself below:

Cicada Severely Injures Nora

During a battle with Cicada (Chris Klein), Nora (Jessica Parker Kennedy) is severely injured. Due to Cicada’s dampening powers, Nora’s speed healing isn’t working, leaving Barry (Grant Gustin) and Iris (Candice Patton) scared for their daughter’s future. Upset about his injured child, The Flash is filled with rage and confronts Cicada in a brutal battle. Meanwhile, Killer Frost (Danielle Panabaker) keeps
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New Promo For The Flash Teases Big Changes For Nora

Based on the cliffhanger to last month’s “What’s Past is Prologue” alone, it’s only fair to assume that the Nora West-Allen-Eobard Thawne dynamic will factor heavily into season 5B. I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait to learn the full details of their collusion, and how Thawne’s manipulation of the young heroine factors into what is undoubtedly a grand scheme of his.

Having fired off those points, it’s no surprise this element was given focus in the latest trailer teasing what’s to come upon The Flash‘s return. Seen at the top of this article, the new footage presented offers us some light-hearted moments shared by Barry and Nora – only to tear the rug out from under us by revealing she’ll be paralyzed by Cicada.

Right now, my gut tells me the Nora-Thawne business will unfold slowly, with the
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The Flash Midseason Premiere Photos Feature Killer Frost

When it comes to fans of Caitlin Snow, I imagine there to be just as many of those who favor her normal guise just as there are those who dig her Killer Frost persona. Actually, they’re two distinct women living within the same body, so it’s important we not confuse her with those who simply suit up and fight crime.

Funny enough, they’ve begun working in tandem in recent months, even leaving notes for each other. Personally, I love seeing as much of the Killer Frost half of the equation as I can, though it’s hard to part with Caitlin herself because she’s been around since the pilot episode. Perhaps it’s conflicted viewers like myself who’ve forced the producers to continue giving us the best of both worlds.

Well, when we join The Flash for its midseason premiere next week, expect for both personalities to make an appearance.
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The Flash's Midseason Premiere Might Alter the Course of the Series Forever

The Flash returns from its holiday hiatus next week, and it sure sounds like there will be some big changes in store. 

The CW has unveiled the official synopsis for the midseason premiere, The Flash Season 5 Episode 10, and it hints that the show could be entering uncharted territory. 

It reads:

While Nora (Jessica Parker Kennedy) grapples with the revelation that Thawne (Tom Cavanagh) killed her grandmother, Team Flash must stop the formidable team-up of a newly sprung from jail Weather Witch (guest star Reina Hardesty) and Silver Ghost (guest star Gabrielle Walsh), a new meta-tech villain who can control engines and motorized technology.

Meanwhile, Caitlin (Danielle Panabaker) and Cisco (Carlos Valdes) discuss creating a metahuman cure.

We're obviously talking about the "metahuman cure" here. 

Metahumans are those who find themselves with superhuman abilities. Some of them use them for good, and others use them for bad. 

Given that the show's main villains are metahumans,
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Promo and images for The Flash Season 5 Episode 10 – ‘The Flash & the Furious’

The CW has released a batch of images and another promo for the tenth episode of The Flash season 5, entitled ‘The Flash & the Furious’; take a look here…

Caitlin And Cisco Embark On A New Journey – While Nora (Jessica Parker Kennedy) grapples with the revelation that Thawne (Tom Cavanagh) killed her grandmother, Team Flash must stop the formidable team-up of a newly sprung from jail Weather Witch (guest star Reina Hardesty) and Silver Ghost (guest star Gabrielle Walsh), a new meta-tech villain who can control engines and motorized technology. Meanwhile, Caitlin (Danielle Panabaker) and Cisco (Carlos Valdes) discuss creating a meta-human cure.

The Flash season 5 airs on Tuesdays on The CW.

Photo Credits: The CW

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The Flash Midseason Premiere Synopsis Teases A Metahuman Cure

The Flash returns for the rest of its fifth season later this month with the punningly-titled episode “The Flash and the Furious.” And ahead of the Scarlet Speedster sprinting his way back onto our screens, The CW has now given us the first synopsis for the outing.

Seen below, it promises a metahuman team-up between an old foe of Team Flash and a new threat to Central City. What’s more, the B-plot will see Caitlin and Cisco work on developing a metahuman cure.

While Nora (Jessica Parker Kennedy) grapples with the revelation that Thawne (Tom Cavanagh) killed her grandmother, Team Flash must stop the formidable team-up of a newly sprung from jail Weather Witch (guest star Reina Hardesty) and Silver Ghost (guest star Gabrielle Walsh), a new meta-tech villain who can control engines and motorized technology. Meanwhile, Caitlin (Danielle Panabaker) and Cisco (Carlos Valdes) discuss creating a meta-human cure.
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The Flash: Season 5, Episode 10: The Flash & The Furious TV Show Trailer [The CW]

The Flash The Flash & The Furious Trailer The CW‘s The Flash: Season 5, Episode 10: The Flash & The Furious TV show trailer has been released. The Flash: Season 5, Episode 10: The Flash & The Furious‘ plot synopsis has not been released yet. The Flash stars Grant Gustin, Candice Patton, Danielle Panabaker, Carlos [...]

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In A ‘Flash,’ Danielle Panabaker Adds ‘Director’ To Her Résumé

As an actor, Danielle Panabaker has been on hundreds of TV episodes over the past 15 years, so she’s gotten a first-hand look at how dozens of directors make the magic happen. Now, she’s ready to take the leap herself: Later this season on The Flash, she’ll be stepping behind the camera to make her [...]

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‘Elseworlds, Part 3’ Recap: 2019 ‘Arrowverse’ Crossover Theme Revealed

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Spoiler Alert: Do not read if you have not yet watched “Elseworlds, Part 2,” the final part of the 2018 “Arrowverse” crossover, which aired Dec. 11.

After John Deegan (Jeremy Davies) got another go at using the Book of Destiny to rewrite reality, the “Elseworlds” finale saw Barry (Grant Gustin) and Oliver (Stephan Amell) facing quite a few drastic changes.

After being depowered, being hunted by the police and facing down a black-suited Superman (Tyler Hoechlin), in the first two parts of the three-episode and three-night event, the finale began with Barry and Oliver trying to talk down another powerful man: Deegan, who had made himself Superman with the Book of Destiny. Despite not having powers, the two heroes put this caped crusader in a position where he still needed to be a hero: He stopped a crane from falling on a bunch of children while Barry and Oliver escaped.

The false Superman then went to Star Labs,
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‘Elseworlds': DC Vault Opens Wider Than Ever to ‘Arrowverse,’ But Batman Remains Off-Limits

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‘Elseworlds': DC Vault Opens Wider Than Ever to ‘Arrowverse,’ But Batman Remains Off-Limits
(Warning: The following story includes spoilers for Monday night’s “Arrow” episode)

The CW’s “Arrowverse” finally got to pay a visit to the most famous city in the DC Comics universe this side of Metropolis: Gotham City.

This makes Monday’s “Arrow” episode a landmark event in The CW’s “Arrowverse,” because — despite Fox airing “Gotham,” which is set years before Batman shows up — anything to do with the Caped Crusader or his city was always considered a no-fly zone by Warner Bros. and DC brass. Until now.

“DC doesn’t let you say ‘Batman,’ have anything about Gotham City,” Caroline Dries, who co-wrote Monday’s “Arrow” episode and is spearheading the solo “Batwoman” project, told reporters. “Now, all of a sudden, you can do stuff. For a bunch of geeks like us, you’re in heaven.”

Also Read: 'Arrowverse' Crossover: 'Supergirl' Star Melissa Benoist Shares Photo
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‘Elseworlds, Part 2’ Recap: Batwoman’s ‘Arrowverse’ Story Begins

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‘Elseworlds, Part 2’ Recap: Batwoman’s ‘Arrowverse’ Story Begins
Spoiler Alert: Do not read if you have not yet watched “Elseworlds, Part 2” the second part of the 2018 “Arrowverse” crossover, which aired Dec. 10.

Arrow’s” leg of the “Elseworlds” crossover had a little more to think about than “The Flash’s,” mainly because it served as the first introduction to Ruby Rose’s Batwoman. For that, it accomplished its job. Kate Kane aka Batwoman may not have been as prominent a character in the second part of the three-night, three-episode event as originally assumed, but brought with her a lot of intrigue and proved to be a story well to which the DC on the CW series could return, regardless of whether or not she gets her own show down the line.

“Our goal was trying to create a setup, story-wise, where we could meet her, introduce Gotham a bit, plant some visual things and have people wondering, ‘What is
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‘The Flash’ 100th Episode: The Cast Reflect on the Past and Tease What’s Coming Next

The CW hit The Flash just reached the impressive 100th episode milestone, and the cast and crew had a red-carpet event and party in Vancouver recently to celebrate. Series star Grant Gustin (Barry Allen/The Flash) and leading lady Candice Patton (Iris West-Allen) were at the forefront. Costars (and episode 100 Director) Tom Cavanagh (Harrison Wells), Danielle Panabaker (Caitlin Snow/Killer Frost), Carlos Valdes (Cisco Ramon/Vibe), Hartley Sawyer (Ralph Dibny/Elongated Man), and Jessica Parker Kennedy (Nora West-Allen/Xs) made the scene, with series regular (this season’s Big Bad) Chris Klein (Orlin Dwyer/Cicada) as …
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New Promo Teases What’s To Come In The Flash’s 100th Episode

Just before we get to grips with the “Elseworlds” crossover this Sunday, the Arrowverse will reach another milestone first, as The Flash celebrates its 100th ever episode. In true Central City style, the outing will feature some time-traveling shenanigans and looks to be a celebration of how far the show’s come over the past five seasons.

Episode 5×08, titled “What’s Past is Prologue,” will see Barry Allen and his daughter from the future Nora dive back into the speedster’s personal history as part of a new plan to stop big bad Cicada. As the previous promo proved, the premise is a way to give us the return of the show’s past major foes (see: Savitar, Zoom and Tom Cavanagh’s Reverse-Flash).

This new trailer for the episode (up above), though, promises even more familiar faces and nods to the past. Just for fun, it plays them all at top speed,
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"The Flash: What's Past is Prologue"

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From VancouverFilm.Net, take a look at new footage, plus images from "The Flash" episode "What's Past is Prologue", directed by series co-star Tom Cavanagh, airing December 4, 2018 on The CW:

"...in this 100th episode, 'Barry' (Grant Gustin) and 'Team Flash' come up with a plan to stop 'Cicada' (Chris Klein). However, the plan calls for Barry and 'Nora' (Jessica Parker Kennedy) to travel back in time to gather some key necessities. Then Barry hesitates, concerned about his daughter seeing certain parts of his life.

"Meanwhile, 'Sherloque' (Cavanagh) takes his concerns about Nora to 'Iris' (Candice Patton) while 'Caitlin' (Danielle Panabaker) turns up a key asset in the fight against Cicada..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "The Flash: What's Past is Prologue"...
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Promo for The Flash Season 5 Episode 8 – ‘What’s Past is Prologue’

We’ve already seen a batch of promo images for the 100th episode of The Flash, and now The CW has released a promo for next week’s ‘What’s Past is Prologue’ which you can watch here…

See Also: The Flash Season 5 Episode 7 Review – ‘Oh Come, All Ye Thankful’

In the 100th episode, Barry (Grant Gustin) and Team Flash come up with a plan to stop Cicada (Chris Klein). However, the plan calls for Barry and Nora (Jessica Parker Kennedy) to travel back in time to gather some key necessities. However, Barry hesitates, concerned about his daughter seeing certain parts of his life. Meanwhile, Sherloque (Tom Cavanagh) takes his concerns about Nora to Iris (Candice Patton), and Caitlin (Danielle Panabaker) turns up a key asset in the fight against Cicada.

See Also: Follow all of our coverage for The Flash here

The Flash season 5 airs on Tuesdays on The CW.
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Classic Villains Return In First Promo For The Flash’s 100th Episode

If you tuned in for tonight’s episode of The Flash, not only did you see Barry and Nora team up to successfully take down Weather Witch, but you were also witness to flashbacks detailing the origin of Cicada. And though it was intriguing to see this season’s big bad humanized and fleshed out, he still doesn’t have the depth of Supergirl‘s Agent Liberty, who’s someone we can truly call a multi-dimensional villain.

As luck would have it, the Star Labs crew uncovered Cicada’s identity in the closing moments, but the battle is far from over. Believe it or not, the Scarlet Speedster will be forced to go on a scavenger hunt of sorts throughout the past few years in order to complete a checklist necessary in combating the latest threat.

Of course, this is all part of the show’s 100th episode celebration that
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DC TV Watch: 'The Flash' Drops Major Crossover Clue

Welcome back to The Hollywood Reporter's weekly DC TV Watch, a rundown of all things DC Comics on the small screen. Every Saturday, we round up the major twists, epic fights, new mysteries and anything else that goes down on The CW's Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl and Black Lightning, and Fox's Gotham. Note: Gotham did not air a new episode this week.

The Flash

The big news: In an hour full of Snow family drama, one little Easter egg dropped a massive clue for what's coming in the "Elseworlds" crossover.

What it means: When Caitlin (Danielle Panabaker) reunited with her estranged father Thomas Snow (Kyle Secor) in ...
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The Flash Season 5 Episode 6 Review – ‘The Icicle Cometh’

Jessie Robertson reviews the sixth episode of The Flash season 5…

The Snow Family Tree Episode

The Good:

– You guys will roast me alive for this, but my favorite character to watch this week was Cecile; I loved the loyal friend angle Cisco took for Caitlin in these crazy circumstances but Danielle Nicolet plays her with so much spunk and so much life, how can you not love watching her? With Joe not around (see The Bad), Ralph draws the Cecile straw to do their own investigating. The plot is flimsy but their chemistry is on fire with Ralph being scared of her, quite a lot, but knowing how to draw that out works great for them. Also, Ralph takes a box of evidence from a douche and knocks everything off his desk with it; Bravo, sir, bravo.

– Killer Frost is back! It’s about time. This is a Caitlin episode,
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