THE FLASH’s Final Season Premiere Will Be Like Groundhog Day With Barry & Iris Reliving Same Day
The Flash’s final season premiere, titled Wednesday Ever After, will be like Groundhog Day with Barry and Iris reliving the same day over and over again.
I swore I would always make sure we had a future. — Barry.
I don’t want to know everything that’s going to happen. I want to be able to choose it — Iris.
SEASON PREMIERE – Barry (Grant Gustin) creates a map book to guide him and Iris (Candice Patton) throughout their future in order to keep her safe, but the results are not what he expected, and instead, they relive the same day over and over again. Joe (Jesse L. Martin) has a heart-to-heart with Cecile (Danielle Nicolet). A new big bad is introduced to Team Flash and friends and foes, old and new, begin to descend upon Central City. Vanessa Parise directed the episode with story by Eric Wallace and teleplay by Thomas Pound & Sarah Tarkoff (#901).
Recognizable Vancouver with Burrard Bridge as Coast City in the Mapbook.
This new speedster wants to build a time machine — Barry.
The Flash final season:
Showrunner: Eric Wallace.
Cast: Grant Gustin, Candice Patton, Danielle Panabaker, Danielle Nicolet, Kayla Compton, Brandon McKnight, Jon Car.
With Jesse L. Martin, Richard Harmon, Batwoman’s Javicia Leslie, Andy Mientus, Max Adler, Supergirl’s Nicole Maines, Arrow’s David Ramsey, Keiynan Lonsdale, Sendhil Ramamurthy, Arrow’s Stepehn Amell and more guest-starring.
Filming in Vancouver:
9×01 filming on the north plaza of the Vancouver Art Gallery.
Grant Gustin walking to set.
Grant Gustin stops to pose with fan @comicsarecool.
The Flash’s final run premieres February 8th on The CW.
9 years. Countless allies made, villains faced & lives saved. Now, one last chance to do the impossible.