Tonight’s the night! Yes, we’ve been talking about it all week long, but the wait is over. The Flash, The CW’s exciting new show that’s set to bring Barry Allen’s exploits to life debuts tonight at 8 o’clock. (Or 7 p.m.
There are a lot of secrets in the world of DC and we know what they are. We’re here to tease you with all the #DCTV Secrets hiding in each episode. If you really want to know some of the answers to these questions, check out the spoiler section... if you dare.
If you plan on watching The CW’s The Flash when it debuts tomorrow night, Detective Eddie Thawne is the character you’re going to love to hate. (Or possibly hate to love.) We recently spoke with actor Rick Cosnett about what it’s like to be the man in the middle, whether he’ll be giving Barry Allen any speeding tickets and exactly what we should make of that last name.
There’s nothing the least bit cold about Danielle Panabaker, the gifted and quite friendly actress who portrays Dr. Caitlin Snow on The CW’s soon-to-debut The Flash. We recently had a chance to speak with Danielle about the series, the possibility of her character taking a villainous turn and whether she enjoys frosty vacations.
With the possible exception of Green Lantern, the Flash has the most complex history of all of the Justice Leaguers. His stories involve traveling through time and dimensions. So to fill you in on a few of the basics in time for the premiere of his new show, we thought we’d whip up a quick 101 on the Fastest Man Alive.
With The Flash set to debut in a few days on The CW, we asked Executive Producer and acclaimed Flash writer Geoff Johns if he’d mind sharing some thoughts on the Flash’s cast of super-villains, and particularly Captain Cold and the Rogues, the cold gun touting thief and his team of working class baddies who work together to make a dishonest dollar in a city patrolled by the Fastest Man Alive…
Any parent knows how difficult it can be chasing after a running child. But what about when the child’s the World’s Fastest Man? We were curious what it’s like guiding and occasionally disciplining a super hero, and so we sat down with Jesse L. Martin, the acclaimed actor who portrays Joe on The CW’s new Flash series, on a recent visit to the DC Comics office in Burbank to ask him.