-Carlos Valdes: the actor who plays the role of Cisco Ramon/Vibe in the series.
-Candice Patton: the actress who portrays the character Iris West, Barry Allen’s best friend and Joe West’s daughter, and their love interest to Barry.
-Chantal Thuy: the actress who portrays the character Tina McGee, on the show.
-Teddy Sears: the actor who plays the role of Jay Garrick/The Flash from Earth-Two and also an alternate reality version of Harrison Wells, appearing as Zoom in Season two’s finale.
The season starts with Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) being the new Director of the Central City Police Department.
Barry’s first day on the job, he is tasked with the duty to find and protect an anticipated meta-human from a past particle accelerator explosion that will be revealed at some point in the season. The only problem is his feelings about Joe West (Jesse L Martin) being
-Grant Gustin: the actor who portrays the protagonist, Barry Allen/The Flash, on the show.
-Jesse L Martin: the actor who plays the role of Joe West, Barry’s father figure and boss in the Central City Police Department.
-Recurring cast members Danielle Panabaker (Sara Lance), Carlos Valdes (Cisco Ramon), Candice Patton (Iris West), and more.
-Season the seventh: the season in which the show is set, following the events of the sixth episode of season six.
-Jesse L. Martin-Rick Cosnett
-Tom Cavanagh as Harrison Wells (Eobard Thawne)
-Carlos Valdes as Cisco Ramon/Vibe, Keiynan Lonsdale as Wally West/Kid Flash, and Jessica Camacho as Gypsy.
-In season 6, the flash was captured by the speed demon Zoom, who wanted his powers back from him because he couldn’t keep up with Barry’s speed anymore
-Barry Allen struggles with balancing fatherhood and the responsibilities as the Flash.
-The flash encounters some dark forces from the future, which causes him to create his own team of superheroes called the Rogues before bringing them back to Central City.
-‘ I’m thinking about my legacy,’ Barry says at the end of season six, ‘about what I want it all to mean. I want the world to be a better place because of me.
-This season, the team deals with the challenges of their personal lives, as well as new threats from the outer reaches of space and time.
-The Flash goes toe-to-toe against his most powerful villains yet: Zoom (guest star Teddy Sears), Trajectory (guest star Britne Oldford), the Thinker, the mysterious Inertia, and the all-new Top.
-Meanwhile, Wally takes on his first villain as Kid Flash; Barry and Iris deal with the aftermath of their marriage being shattered; Cisco feels overwhelmed at work when Joe asks him to take over his detective duties due to the Flash’s pending retirement, and the Earth-19 villain Reverb makes the jump to our world.
The episode ends with Barry giving a speech in which he talks about how much all his experiences have taught him, as well as what he wants the future to be like if it was up to him. “It’s time for me,” the Flash says through the tears streaming down his face. And then the camera pans out and there is the stone, the symbol for the Flash’s legacy.
Plot details and theme:
– the reason the Flash is so emotional about his legacy is that he knows that soon, a new speedster will be born and Barry Allen’s role as the hero of Central City will have come to an end. The episode closes with a promise from Iris West: “I’m going to find you the next speedster.”
– the episode is the perfect end to the first season of The Flash on Netflix and it’s a good enough reason for fans to tune in again when Season Two begins.
– the series finale sets up an interesting new mystery: Who will be the new Speed Force member?
The Flash Season Seven: Is It Worth the Watch? The only thing that I can say about the seventh and final season of the Flash is that it was inevitable, but still so disappointing. As a fan of the show since day one, watching Barry Allen come to terms with his impending death and the concept of the Speed Force was emotional, but I knew that the show had to end sooner or later.