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The Earth-3 speedster will play a role in Barry's battle against Savitar and Alchemy.
The fan-favorite actor sports a decidedly Joker-like appearance in behind-the-scenes photos from the CW series.
John Wesley Shipp discusses Jay's world, whether or not Jay has anything to do with the Justice Society of America and more.
John Wesley Shipp also described Jay's relationship to Barry Allen, as well as his own relationship with star Grant Gustin.
The first official photos of The Flash's second episode feature Jay Garrick and the mysterious Julian Dorn.
Barry Allen's television father gives his seal of approval to the actor chosen to play the role in the upcoming Warner Bros. film.
According to one "Flash" star, the Man in the Mask's identity could affect other DCTV shows like "Legends of Tomorrow."
In the season two finale of "The Flash," Barry must race Zoom to protect the lives of his family and prevent the destruction of the multiverse.
Tonight on "The Flash," Barry had to battle Zoom's invasion of Earth-2 metahumans and deal with the fallout of losing someone close to him.
On tonight's episode of "The Flash," Barry was forced to confront the death of his mother and learn why the speedforce made him The Flash.
In tonight's episode of "The Flash" Zoom returns to Central City and Barry must decide if he's going to let Wells recreate the accelerator explosion.
Following a speed-free episode, Andrew Kreisberg, Todd Helbing and star Tom Cavanagh discuss Barry's speed, Zoom and season finale surprises.
Barry Allen's father is coming back to Central City, but why, and what does it mean for Team Flash?
Tonight's episode of "The Flash" introduced numerous DC Comics easter eggs, classic relationship pairings, Killer Frost, Deathstorm and evil Cisco!
Tonight's episode of "The Flash" featured several familiar DC faces, and redefined Arrowverse continuity as we know it.
CBR speculates on the identity of Zoom, the big bad of "The Flash" season two who's out to kill Barry Allen, Jay Garrick & any speedster in the multiverse.
Former Flash John Wesley Shipp also recounted filming his last episode for the 1991 series with "Star Wars" star Mark Hamill.
The John Wesley Shipp-starring CBS series is available to watch, in its entirety, via the online channel CW Seed.
Grant Gustin, Andrew Kreisberg and more talk about new supervillains, unfolding the Multiverse and Eddie Thawne's possible return.