‘The Flash’ Showrunner Reveals Changes to Season 8 Finale After Renewal

In an interview with TVLine, showrunner Eric Wallace revealed he had to change the outcome of “The Flash” Season 8 after production was renewed for another cycle by The CW.

Originally, the Season 8 finale was intended to function as the definitive finale of the entire series.

“We changed the whole final scene [da 8ª temporada]. We had to rewrite the ending three times because when we were trying to deliver the last episode of the whole series, we wrote a much deeper dialogue between Barry and Iris, dealing with the fact that they are soon to have children. The scene was much more romantic.

Despite the changes, Wallace said the shocking death of the Reverse-Flash, which served as a reunion between the characters, is real: “We’ll have new villains next season. The question is: Tom [Cavanagh] will you come back to our series again in the future? I do not know. Like Frost, Reverse-Flash is truly dead. That said, I can’t imagine a season of ‘The Flash’ without the amazing Tom Cavanagh in any capacity.”

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Created by Greg Berlanti, Geoff Johns and Andrew Kreisberg, “The Flash” is part of the Arrowverse.

Barry Allen was a forensic scientist who, after having an accident, was bathed in chemicals in his lab and then struck by lightning. It was from there that he began to be able to channel powers coming from the “Speed ​​Field”, and move at very high speeds. Wearing a mask and a red uniform, he begins to use his abilities to patrol Central City with the help of S.T.A.R. Labs scientists.

The cast includes Grant Gustin, Candice Patton, Danielle Panabaker, Danielle Nicolet, Kayla Compton, Brandon McKnight and Jesse L. Martin.

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