Two major rumors have surfaced that posit casting for both the "Green Lantern Corps" and "Flash" movies.
Confused by the shocking revelation of Zoom's true identity? This handy guide will help clear things up -- or more likely confuse you further.
"Escape from Earth-2" presented whole new set of characters to theorize about, including the mysterious masked man imprisoned by Zoom.
Barry continues to search for Zoom's secrets while Caitlin and Jay find themselves desperate to restore Jay's powers.
Barry Allen Jay Garrick and the rest of Team Flash investigate the wormhole that joins Earth-2 and S.T.A.R. labs in a new clip from the CW hit.
A classic DC Comics hero arrives to shed light on the doppelganger metahumans, but Barry wonders if he can trust this new speedster.
The show's newest speedster and two of its writers help make make sense of the many intriguing paths that lie ahead after Season 2's second episode.
"Masters of Sex" alum Teddy Sears discusses Jay Garrick's arrival, the specific dangers of Zoom, and mentoring Barry Allen.
The actor discussed Jay's mentor/mentee relationship with Barry and spending more time with Caitlin Snow.
Teddy Sears explains what, exactly, Zoom has done to Jay Garrick, and why he needs Barry Allen's help.
Playing the newest, more seasoned, speedster in Central City, the familiar TV face reveals how the role meant more to him than he first expected.
There's lots of Teddy Sears as Jay Garrick in these new photos from "The Flash of Two Worlds," the second episode of "The Flash's" second season.
There will be a lot of new faces on "The Flash" in its second season, and executive producer Andrew Kreisberg has shared new insight on them.
"The Flash" TV series pays tribute to one of the most iconic comic book covers in history with a new image promoting the arrival of Jay Garrick.
DC Comics' original Flash is coming to season two of The CW hit, along with a relatively newer character from comic book lore, Patty Spivot.
CBR's Dave Richards reflects on the first season of "The Flash" from the perspective of a fan whose favorite Flash isn't Barry Allen.