The Flash Season 7: The CW reveals teaser images


While The Flash won’t make its usual October first window this year, The CW has given fans a first look at the upcoming Season 7 showrunner Eric Wallace has released a new sizzle reel for Season 7 at DC FanDome. . How is that possible when the series has not resumed filming since the COVID-19 shutdown? Wallace noted that by the time of closing, filming had almost ended on what was supposed to be Season 6, Episode 20. The new footage featured in the Sizzle Reel is taken from that episode, which will now serve as a season 7 premiere.Sizzle Coils confirm that Eva McCulloch (Efrat Dor) will continue to serve as the series’ main villain in Season 7, as she embraces her new role as Mirror Master as Barry struggles with her diminishing speed and Iris loses slowly head in the mirror. Dimension. It’s unclear at this time if she’ll be the villain throughout Season 7, or if the series will be split into two halves, in Season 6. However, Wallace and the cast have noted how hard the approach is. Season 6 update was refreshing, so we wouldn’t. Be surprised to see a second villain enter later in 2021.While things look rather bleak in Season 7, Patton promises a possible Barry / Iris reunion. “Eventually they will find their way back,” Patton said.Like the majority of Arrowverse shows, Season 6 of The Flash came to an abrupt conclusion in May, with production halted due to coronavirus concerns. Fortunately, we felt that the impromptu season finale, “Success is assured”, helped end the year on a high note regardless. Check out IGN’s full review of The Flash: Season 6 to see how the series managed to bounce back after a few rough years.

The Flash Season 7 – DC FanDome Trailer Images

While Season 7 will tackle some of the details of Season 6, fans shouldn’t expect to see more of Hartley Sawyer’s Ralph Dibny. Sawyer was fired from the show after a series of offensive tweets. In his response, showrunner Eric Wallace said on Twitter that Sawyer’s past tweets “broke my heart and made me mad as hell.”

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