Developed by Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg, and Geoff Johns, and based on the characters from the DC Comics Universe, ‘The Flash’ is an electrifying and mind-boggling superhero television series. Part of the ‘Arrowverse,’ the show revolves around Barry Allen AKA the eponymous superhero who uses superhuman speed and other superpowers to fight criminals and supervillains, and save the people.
At the end of the seventh season, Barry Allen actually travels into the heart of the matter and meets his future son. The Speed Force has a quantum meeting with the Negative Speed Force, and Godspeed is defeated at the end of the visceral finale. Thawne flees, while he promises to return faster than Flash. You must be waiting with bated breath for the upcoming season, which, by the way, is knocking at the door. Here’s everything you need to know about ‘The Flash’ season 8 episode 1!
The Flash Season 8 Episode 1 Release Date
‘The Flash’ season 8 episode 1 is set to release on November 16, 2021, at 8/7c in The CW. New episodes with runtimes ranging between 41 and 45 minutes are released weekly on Tuesdays.
Where to Stream The Flash Season 8 Episode 1 Online?
You can watch ‘The Flash’ season 8 episode 1 on the network on the aforementioned date and time. However, if you miss the television premiere, the episode is released on The CW’s official website. If you are looking for subscription-based services, the new episode will be available later on Netflix and on-demand on Amazon Prime Video. Other on-demand options include iTunes, Vudu, Google Play Movies & TV, and Microsoft Store (seasons 1 to 8). If you savvy a live tv option, you may choose from Fubo TV, DirecTV, YouTube TV, and Xfinity Stream.
The Flash Season 8 Episode 1 Spoilers
The premiere episode of ‘The Flash’ season 8 will possibly begin with a spectacular peril. Barry, Iris, and the rest of the team members will seemingly face a threat, the degree of which has rarely been seen in the show. The first episode will form the first part of the five-part story arc titled ‘Armageddon.’ Earth will seemingly be attacked by an alien power, and the team will be pushed to the extremes.
However, in a show that plays with time, the element will seemingly play a significant role. The whole of humanity will be put at stake, and the clock will be ticking. To ensure humans’ win over aliens, the team will have to contact some old acquaintances for help. Therefore, the eighth season may bring back some old favorites for an epic battle. Check out the promo of the upcoming team-up event!
The Flash Season 8 Cast: Who is in it?
Season 8 brings back most of the original cast members, while it conceals some major surprises. It seems that the season is going to have an Arrowverse reunion. In the central cast ensemble, Grant Gustin takes up the role of Barry Allen/The Flash (and his negative equivalent, Reverse Flash), alongside Candice Patton (Iris West-Allen), Danielle Panabaker (Caitlin Snow and Frost), Danielle Nicolet (Cecile Horton), Kayla Compton (Allegra Garcia), Brandon McKnight (Chester P. Runk), and Jesse L. Martin (Joe West).
Among the supporting cast ensemble, we will likely see Tony Curran (Despero), Carmen Moore (Kristen Kramer), Jessica Parker Kennedy (Nora West-Allen / XS), Jordan Fisher (Bart Allen / Impulse), Natalie Dreyfuss (Sue Dearbon), and John Wesley Shipp (Jay Garrick / Flash). There are some major surprises in the guest cast with Brandon Routh coming back as Ray Palmer / The Atom, with Cress Williams (Jefferson Pierce / Black Lightning), Javicia Leslie (Ryan Wilder / Batwoman), Chyler Leigh (Alex Danvers / Sentinel), and Osric Chau (Ryan Choi / The Atom) all reprising their roles.
Also making appearances in the eighth season are Katherine McNamara (Mia Queen / Green Arrow), Tom Cavanagh (Eobard Thawne / Reverse-Flash), Neal McDonough (Damien Darhk), Jon Cor (Mark Blaine / Chillblaine), Rick Cosnett (Eddie Thawne), and Max Adler (Jaco Birch / Hotness).
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