We have a confirmed premiere date for the final season of the CW’s THE FLASH.
The show will end after 9 seasons on the CW. The network itself is going through a change of management and direction. The final season will consist of 13 episodes and premiere on Wednesday 8th February 2022 at 8pm ET/PT.
Season 9 joins Team Flash one week after the events of the season 8 where Reverse Flash was defeated once and for all. Barry (Grant Gustin) and Iris (Candice Patton) are mending their relationship when they are called back into action.
The Rogues are back attacking Central City under a dangerous new leader and the team must work together to defeat them. Their defeat reveals a deadly new adversary for Barry to oppose in order to save Central City one last time.
The Flash stars Grant Gustin, Candice Patton, Danielle Panabaker, Danielle Nicolet, Kayla Compton, Brandon McKnight and Jon Cor.
The show is still filming the final episodes in Vancouver.
The CW President Brad Schwartz released the following statement:
“The Flash will be remembered as one of the greatest shows in the history of The CW, and everyone involved in its excellent nine-season run should be very proud. The team has delivered an epic final season, filled with plenty of twists, guest stars, and surprises that will delight every fan. Now is the time to catch up and enjoy this fantastic final ride alongside the fastest man alive.”
Showrunner Eric Wallace had this to say about the final season of the Arrowverse show:
“Nine seasons! Nine years of saving Central City while taking audiences on an emotional journey full of heart, humor, and spectacle. And now Barry Allen has reached the starting gate for his last race. So many amazing people have given their talents, time, and love to bring this wonderful show to life each week. So, as we get ready to honor the show’s incredible legacy with our exciting final chapter, I want to say thank you to our phenomenal cast, writers, producers, and crew over the years who helped make The Flash such an unforgettable experience for audiences around the world.”