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Having uncovered the truth about the Reverse Flash, Barry and his friends must face their most dangerous foe as "The Flash's" first season comes to an end.
A new threat who can be literally anyone makes Barry Allen look all sorts of stupid while the mystery of the Reverse Flash takes Detective West and Cisco to Starling City.
In "Who Is Harrison Wells?," Team Flash gears up to investigate Harrison Wells, but one of them isn't very happy about it.
It doesn't get much more Silver Age than this, as the Atom joins The Flash to face a decidedly retro foe.
The promo, which features characters like Arrow, the Flash, Ra's al Ghul, Captain Cold and more, pits superheroes against supervillains in arena-style matches.
As "The Flash" hurtles towards it season finale, the Reverse Flash's plan comes into focus and the Atom joins Team Flash in a new trailer from WonderCon.
An episode packed with revelations sees two Tricksters, the identity of the man beneath the yellow mask, and Barry's secret shared with two more people.
"Arrow" regulars Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh) and Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) arrive in Central City in April 14's episode of "The Flash."
Barry Allen's time jump changes the paths of several characters, leading to a new arrangement with the returning Captain Cold.
In this clip from "Rogue Time," Lisa Snart arrives with some deadly technology of her own.
A new "Flash" clip picks up from last week's cliffhanger, with Barry (Grant Gustin) seeing guidance from Wells (Tom Cavanagh) post-time travel.
Mark Hamill and Devon Graye plague the Flash and his father in new, CBR-exclusive images from the upcoming "Tricksters" episode of the CW series.
Things get very timey-wimey as a new Weather Wizard debuts and shocking secrets about the Reverse Flash are finally revealed.
Across the board, the actors on the superhero drama indicate to CBR News that all may not be as it seems in regards to Harrison Wells' dual identity.
"The Flash" star reveals to CBR there's a major shocker coming before the season ends that no one -- especially The Flash -- can predict.
With the first season of "The Flash" nearing its close, a two-minute clip contains plenty of enticing teases, including a threat from Harrison Wells.
The CW looks to keep "The Flash" in fans' minds with a new poster promoting the return of new episodes next Tuesday, March 17.
Captain Cold and Heat Wave return to "The Flash" in "Rogue Time," but this time they've brought Snart's younger sister Lisa along.
The "Arrow" stunt team gives their insight on a few fight scenes, including Oliver and company's conflicts against Captain Boomerang and Cupid.
General Eiling returns and the Firestorm plotline comes to a close -- for now, at least -- leading to one of the best final moments you're likely to see.
In a CBR-exclusive clip from tonight's episode, Barry Allen, Harrison Wells, Detective West and Cisco Ramon ponder the possibility of time travel.
Barry Allen stumbles his way through a new romance while attempting to solve the mystery of Firestorm, and Joe and Cisco set out on their own investigation.
In this new clip from tonight's "The Flash," Martin Stein confronts his past thanks to Barry and Caitlin Snow.
In a slew of new stills from "The Nuclear Man," Firestorm appears front and center alongside the STAR Labs team.
The S.T.A.R. Labs crew tries to solve the mystery of Firestorm; David Ayer begins work on his villain team-up film and more.
Peek-a-Boo teleports into Central City, Barry Allen gets a new love interest, and Cisco tracks down Martin Stein in a packed, if perhaps haphazardly plotted, episode.
"Arrow's" Atom will guest star on the CW series' sister show; Bruno Heller looks ahead towards "Gotham's" season one finale and more.
Executive Producer Andrew Kreisberg explores the latest episode's pivotal reveals and offers a glimpse of the obstacles ahead in Barry Allen's path.
The Pied Piper arrives in Central City to wreak havoc and expose one of Harrison Well's greatest secrets (no, not that one).
The Flash weathers fire and ice this week, as Captain Cold returns to Central City for the midseason premiere, and brings Heat Wave with him.
The latest "Revenge of the Rogues" clip sees Harrison Wells -- recently established as Reverse-Flash -- tell Barry Allen, "I hope we're not enemies."
Stephen Amell hints that the Lazarus Pit has already appeared on "Arrow"; Ryan Reynolds will head home to Vancouver for "Deadpool" and more.
Matt Ryan lends his voice to the animated "Constantine" clip; the "Powers" writer will chat with "Late Night" host Seth Meyers and more.
The combined casts and EPs of The CW's DC Comics-based shows talk the impending return of the two shows, and the seasons thus far.
An epic battle between The Flash and the Reverse-Flash, and the arrival of Firestorm are just the tip of the iceberg in the midseason finale.
Arrow and The Flash grapple with moral issues even as they team up to stop Captain Boomerang's path of death and destruction.
The next "Flash" episode is titled "The Man in the Yellow Suit," and the Reverse Flash isn't far behind -- here are images from the midseason finale.
A classic team-up, a superhero battle for the ages and the debut of a DC Comics character we've been waiting for all season. Plus ... the Rainbow Raider?
Stars Stephen Amell, Grant Gustin, Emily Bett Rickards and more talk with CBR about this week's two-part "Flash" and "Arrow" crossover.
Gwyneth Paltrow says she would play Pepper in the "Cap" sequel; Grant Gustin promises "Flash" fans have no idea what's coming and more.