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The Flash's Season 6 premiere will feature a major "Crisis on Infinite Earths" character.
In his new song, "Rainbow Dragon," Keiynan Lonsdale directly references his departure from The CW's DC television series The Flash.
The CW's Flash, Arrow and Supergirl will serve as the inspiration for a trio of new audio dramas from Serial Box.
The first official stills from Season 6 of The Flash have been released by The CW, showing the team back in action in the season premiere.
According to The Flash showrunner Eric Wallace, Season 6 will deal with Cisco Ramon's life-changing decision to remove his metahuman powers.
The Flash showrunner Eric Wallace teased Gideon may have a role to play in 'Crisis on Infinite Earths,' this year's Arrowverse crossover.
When The Flash returns to The CW on Oct. 8, Iris West actor Candice Patton will debut a new hairstyle.
The Arrowverse's Flash has faced many enemies that are as fast as him, but which of those fearsome villains is the fastest?
The Flash showrunner Eric Wallace revealed Season 6 will deal with Crisis on Infinite Earths before and after the event itself.
The Flash is going Indiana Jones for its latest version of Harrison Wells, who swings in to meet Iris and Cisco in a new set video.
CW President Mark Pedowitz confirmed the network has no plans of ending The Flash, Supergirl or DC's Legends of Tomorrow anytime soon.
At Comic-Con International, The Flash showrunner Eric Wallace revealed Kid Flash will be back to help Flash take on one of his greatest villains yet.
Instead of one season-long story arc, The Flash Season 6 will be broken down into two chapters that feature their own individual villains.
The Flash star Tom Cavanagh will portray a new character who plays a critical role in this year's crossover 'Crisis on Infinite Earths.'
The first trailer for The Flash's upcoming sixth season was released during its panel at Comic-Con International Saturday night.
The Flash star Grant Gustin and more made a pit stop at Comic-Con International to offer new insight on Season 6 and 'Crisis on Infinite Earths.'
Batwoman, Green Arrow, the Flash, and White Canary all strike iconic poses on a new series of Entertainment Weekly covers.