When Barry Allen was a boy, his father was falsely convicted of his mother’s bizarre murder. Raised by Detective Joe West, his best friend Iris’s father, he constantly searched for the truth. Now a brilliant CSI Investigator, he is fascinated by physicist Harrison Wells and his S.T.A.R. Labs team’s latest invention. But when it’s tested, an explosion puts Barry into a coma. He awakens with the power of super speed, rendering him virtually unseen. Soon Barry discovers a nefarious group of “meta-humans” also created that night, threatening Central City. Along with clearing his father’s name, Barry has a purpose: to be the city’s guardian angel, known as The Flash.
Check out a few samples of “The Flash” cast serenading, belting it out, crooning and generally hitting all the right notes.
A meta-human with super strength named Griffin Grey mistakes Harry for Earth-1 Harrison Wells and kidnaps him, demanding that Wells cure him from his current condition.
Equipped with the tachyon device, Barry believes he is fast enough to stop Zoom and wants to open the breaches to catch him.
When King Shark escapes from an A.R.G.U.S. holding tank, Lila and Diggle travel to Central City to warn The Flash.
After the shocking revelation that Zoom is Jay Garrick, Barry is more determined than ever to get back to Earth-2 to stop Zoom forever.
Deciding to blow off some steam, Barry and the team head out for a night on the town only to encounter an unexpected speedster who is up to no good.
Kevin Smith is having the time of his life directing episode 21 of “The Flash” as glimpsed in a photo from the set with inter-dimensional speedster villain Zoom.
On Earth-2, the team races to find Zoom’s lair and asks for help from the most unexpected source.
Three months have passed since the tragedy at Mount Weather and our heroes learn that a bounty has been put on Clarke’s (Eliza Taylor) head.
Barry, Wells and Cisco journey to Earth-2 to rescue Wells’ daughter, Jesse from Zoom.