TV News: Featurette Introduces THE FLASH's S.T.A.R. Labs' Characters

Written by Andrew Pollard Wednesday, 11 June 2014

TV News

With anticipation currently building for The CW’s ARROW spin-off, THE FLASH, the network has released a brief featurette looking at the Barry Allen-centric show’s supporting cast.

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Given how well the last season of ARROW went, it’s safe to say that fans have high expectations for THE FLASH. In his appearances in ARROW, Grant Gustin did brilliantly as Barry Allen. Here’s hoping that he can carry that forward into his own show.

Gustin, last seen involved in a certain accident during ARROW’s Season 2 mid-season finale, is Barry Allen, aka The Flash. Joining him in the show are the pair of Danielle Panabaker and Carlos Valdes as Caitlin Snow/Killer Frost and Cisco Ramon/Vibe, respectively; a duo that have already appeared in ARROW’s Season 2. Making up the rest of THE FLASH are Rick Gosnett as Eddie Thawne/Professor Zoom, Candice Patton as Iris West, Jesse L. Martin as Detective West, Tom Cavanagh as S.T.A.R. Labs’ Harrison Wells, Michelle Harrison as Nora Allen, Patrick Sabongui as Central City Police Captain David Singh, and an unspecified role for former Flash John Wesley Shipp.

This ARROW spin-off has recently been confirmed as airing on Tuesdays during the fall in the US, aka autumn for us Brits. As for just where and when this show will find a UK home, we’ll bring you those deets as and when we get it.

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