Led by Grant Gustin, each season follows Barry Allen’s growth as the Flash, by looking into both his struggles with relationships as well as with supervillains.
The Flashis now 6 years old, and though Arrowhas at last concluded, Flash is showing no signs of stopping, making it as good a time as any to look into some of the bloopers and Behind-The-Scenes facts about the Scarlet Streak that you probably don’t know.
Conversely, the CW super-drama’s cast contends with far more mundane problems while shooting — at least based on this bloopers.
Though the CW has made it something of a habit to trial a character in an existing show before granting them their own spin-off series, The Flash was the very first show to start off that way.
Easter eggs, especially in massive comic book franchises, have become hugely popular. As a nod to the ‘New 52’ 2011 DC revamp, every episode of season 1 of The Flash includes a hidden 52. It will take some sharp eyes and several days worth of binging to spot them all.
Like all of the shows in the CW’s Arrowverse, The Flash is, of course, based upon a long-standing comic book series. And just like the other shows in the Arrowverse, The Flash does take a fair amount of liberties with its source material.