The fastest man in the world resumes his race on The CW for season 7 of The Flash, broadcast from Tuesday, March 2, 2021, on the American channel, along with Superman & Lois.
As a reminder, COVID-19 interrupted the filming of season 6 of The Flash which was therefore unable to complete the plot around Dr. Eva McCulloch, aka Mirror Master. The first three episodes of season 7 thus correspond to those of the previous season and will certainly serve to carry out the fight of Team Flash against Mirror Master before launching the new arc and introducing us to a new enemy for The Flash.
This season will also be marked by the departure of Ralph Dibny. If the actor has been fired, the character has the advantage of being able to change his appearance assuring us his presence in some form so that the writers can complete his storyline and bid him farewell, so to speak. This departure does not lead to that of Sue Deaborn who will interact with Team Flash thereafter.
The Flash | Season 7 Trailer | The CW
The Flash season 7 stars Grant Gustin, Candice Patton, Danielle Panabaker, Carlos Valdes, Danielle Nicolet, Efrat Dor, Tom Cavanagh, Jesse L. Martin, but also Brandon McKnight, and Kayla Compton who are now both regulars on the series.