Tag: Danielle Panabaker

The Flash’s Final Season Has a Premiere Date

Barry Allen’s last run has a starting point. According to Deadline, the ninth and final season of The Flash will premiere on Wednesday, February 8, 2023, in its traditional 8:00 PM Eastern timeslot. Season 9 will consist of thirteen episodes and will find Barry and his wife, Iris, “reconnecting ...

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A CW Content Purge is Coming

The CW has one of the worst reputations in Hollywood; its name has often been used as a synonym for poor or woke content. However, the CW’s problems far predate the infestation of wokeness. Its notoriety for poorly written and sappy teenage dramas has persisted since its inception. The channel...

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The Flash Will End its CW Run Next Year

Barry Allen can finally stop running. The CW has announced that next year’s ninth season of The Flash will be its last. The series has been one of the CW’s highest-rated since it began and was one of the few to survive the network’s recent purge. Earlier this year, star Grant Gustin signed on ...

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REVIEW: The Flash – Season 8, Episode 20 “Negative, Part 2”

“Negative, Part 2” brings another season of The Flash to a close, and the good news is that it’s much better than “Negative, Part 1,” last week’s set-up first half. It explains some of the seemingly nonsensical plot points in that episode, although a couple of them still don’t quite ho...

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REVIEW: The Flash – Season 8, Episode 19 “Negative, Part 1”

With only two episodes to go – or one two-part episode, depending on how you view these things – The Flash finally kicks the season’s main story back into gear with “Negative, Part 1.” Revelations and shocking moments abound, but it’s also a narrative mess, spewing exposition so rapidly ...

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REVIEW: The Flash – Season 8, Episode 18 “The Man in the Yellow Tie”

“The Man in the Yellow Tie” is the episode where The Flash’s streamlined season finally catches up with it – much like a certain yellow-garbed supervillain always does with Barry Allen. The central plot is strong and thematically rich, but it’s shoved aside by subplots that have no bearing...

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