The showrunner on Grant Gustin’s The Flash lately opened up concerning the impromptu season finale earlier than promising “tears” for season 7.
Since work on The Flash was halted because of the coronavirus, the unique plan for the season finale of the Grant Gustin sequence needed to be scrapped, leaving audiences on the cliffhanger of Iris West’ disappearance. Whereas talking to TV Line, showrunner Eric Wallace defined that the episode wasn’t meant to be the finale and that followers would have initially came upon what occurred in every week. Though the showrunner isn’t positive when season 7 will arrive, he identified that “ultimately” it’ll be nice.
“Nicely, this was by no means presupposed to be a season finale. They’d have came upon what occurred to her in every week; now, instantly, which have to attend for… I don’t even know for the way lengthy. However every thing will likely be nice. Finally.”
Wallace went on to elucidate that the ultimate trio of episodes in season 6 had been written and the subsequent episode was nearing completion earlier than all of this. He additionally talked about that it’s unusual the episode was practically completed, however that now it’s the season 7 premiere. The showrunner reassured followers that they’ll discover out the place Iris went to, but additionally teased that there’ll be “tears” forward. Have a look under.
“These final three episodes of this season have been already written, and actually the episode after this, the place you get to see precisely the place Iris went to, has already been 90-percent shot. So it’s very unusual for me that we have been in the future away from ending that episode which instantly is our Season 7 premiere. Thankfully, you discover out the place Iris went and, oh boy, will there be tears. In scenes within the finale the place we often have everybody within the room, I don’t know if we’ll have all 9 sequence regulars anymore.”
Right here’s the official synopsis for the The Flash finale “Success is Assured”:
“THE FLASH SEASON FINALE — Barry (Grant Gustin) considers a dangerous plan to save lots of Iris (Candice Patton) from the Mirrorverse. Ralph (Hartley Sawyer) makes an attempt to cease Sue (visitor star Natalie Dreyfuss) from making a grave mistake that might destroy her life. Phil Chipera directed the episode written by Kelly Wheeler & Lauren Barnett. (#619)”
The Flash stars Grant Gustin as Barry Allen, Candice Patton as Iris West, Danielle Panabaker as Caitlin Snow / Killer Frost, Carlos Valdes as Cisco Ramon / Vibe, Tom Cavanagh as Harrison Wells, Jesse L. Martin as Joe West, Danielle Nicolet as Cecile Horton, and Hartley Sawyer as Ralph Dibny / Elongated Man.
The Flash airs on Tuesdays at 8:00 p.m. ET on The CW. Keep tuned to Heroic Hollywood for all the newest information on the Arrowverse and subscribe to our YouTube channel!
Supply: TV Line