Star Wars alum Mark Hamill will reprise his role as Jesse James/The Trickster on The Flash, Hitfix reports.
Hamill first portrayed the villain on the short-lived '90s version of the series. This time around, there's a twist. The character on the CW version is an anarchist and terrorist con man serving a life sentence in Iron Heights who helps Barry (Grant Gustin) and Det. West (Jesse L. Martin) foil the city-wide attacks of a wannabe Trickster eagerly following in the original's deadly footsteps." The episode will air in 2015.
Is Harrison Wells (Tom Cavanagh) good or bad? That's the question that's been haunting fans of The Flash since the drama premiered in October.
Grant Gustin and Stephen Amell
If you hadn't noticed, comic books are no laughing matter on TV these days. AMC's The Walking Dead is TV's top-rated show; Fox's Batman prequel, Gotham, is a bona fide freshman hit; Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is a solid performer for ABC; and CBS is eyeing a Supergirl series to call its own. When it comes to heat, well-drawn heroes would seem to have it.
Grant Gustin, Stephen Amell
If you've ever wondered who would win in a fight between the Arrow (Stephen Amell) and The Flash (Grant Gustin), you're in luck: The two superheroes are facing off in part one of the Arrow and Flash crossover episodes.
Ioan Gruffudd, Ben McKenzie, Grant Gustin
TVGuide.com users have named their favorite new show — and they're positively batty about it!
Fall TV: Get the lowdown on this season's must-see new shows
Over the past several weeks, we've conducted a series of polls in our Fall TV Popularity Contest, asking users which shows they liked and which they didn't. The competition was fierce, but after nearly 350,000 votes were cast, a champion has emerged...
When Caitlin Snow's (Danielle Panabaker) fiancé Ronnie (Robbie Amell) returns to The Flash this season, things are going to be very different for the former scientist. But then again, coming back from the dead and becoming one half of the superhero Firestorm does that to you.
Grant Gustin and Kelly Frye
Things are about to get explosive on The Flash.
The Nov. 11 episode of The CW superhero series introduces the DC Comics villainess Plastique, aka Bette Sans Souci (played by Kelly Frye). Like Barry Allen (Grant Gustin), Bette, a former bomb disposal expert in Iraq, gained a super power as a result of the S.T.A.R. Labs particle accelerator disaster. In her case it's the ability to turn any object she touches into an explosive device...
Malese Jow, Grant Gustin
A familiar face is returning to The CW to romance The Flash. Malese Jow, who played fan-favorite Anna on The Vampire Diaries and starred on last season's Star-Crossed, has joined the cast of The Flash, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Grant Gustin, Jesse L. Martin
One of the trickier aspects of reviewing TV during a new fall season is judging series based solely on their pilot episodes. It's better to have more in advance, but not always an option. So while I was pleasantly surprised that two of my favorite new shows, The Flash and Jane the Virgin, were on The CW, I was also a bit nervous that they might not be able to sustain.
After seeing this exclusive sneak peak of The Flash premiere, you'll have no doubt the lightning bolt struck the right guy.