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The Middle will end with season 9

The family sitcom, The Middle, will begin its 9th season this fall and it has been announced that this season would be its last. The decision wasn’t made lightly. Co-creators Eileen Heisler and DeAnn Heline told Variety,

 

 “Last year we sat down with our cast and made the bittersweet decision together that in this ninth season it is time to bring the Hecks’ story to a close.  It’s been an amazing run, a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and we’re looking forward to having an entire year to say goodbye. Plus, we wanted to go out before too many people knew we were on the air.”

 

The show was never as popular as the ABC comedy, Modern Family, and it never had more than 9 million viewers, but Heline told EW they were lucky.

 

 “Some know about us, some don’t. We are at heart a midwestern show. If we can be underappreciated for nine years and be on the air, we’re lucky.”

 

Heline said. The network appreciated the show’s success as well. ABC president Channing Dungey told Vanity,

 

“The Heck family has been part of the ABC family for almost a decade. It’s rare for a series to have this type of longevity, and we are proud to have been its home.”

 

Dungey continued,

 

“We’ve watched Axl, Sue and Brick grow up right before our eyes under Frankie and Mike’s unique parenting style. I’m looking forward to the fitting and happy ending the producers will give the Hecks and our viewers.”

 

Head of Warner Bros. TV, Peter Roth, also told Variety about the show saying,

 

“For eight remarkable seasons, Eileen Heisler and DeAnn Heline have crafted a wonderfully relatable, honest, funny and authentic world of middle class life in the heartland of America. The writing, acting and craftsmanship have been superb, and the show has been vividly brought to life each week by the incomparable Patricia Heaton, Neil Flynn, Charlie McDermott, Eden Sher, Atticus Shaffer and a creative team that has poured its heart and soul into each and every episode. We look forward to a memorable final season for ‘The Middle,’ and we thank our passionate and loyal fans!”

 

As to how the show will end, Heisler told EW,

 

“We started having an idea a couple of years ago and honed it more in the last year. It will be true to our show. It’s an end that fans will like.”

 

The Middle airs its final season on Oct. 3.

 

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How can Star Trek deal with Anton Yelchin’s passing?

Remember Chekov? American actor Anton Yelchin portrayed the Russian character Pavel Chekov in the film series of Star Trek. Since his passing in 2016, Star Trek fans have been worrying about what the next film would do to the character Pavel Chekov. A message from Tumblr has been circulating on Facebook recently, from user iprayforangels, about what the film can do with the character Chekov. The message on Facebook has gotten more than 1k likes and at least 17,000 shares. How can the next film deal with Anton’s passing respectfully in the best way possible?

 

“Don’t recast Chekov and don’t kill him.” The post from iprayforangels suggested, “Have the character transfer to a different ship and be doing just fine. He sends Sulu messages about how he’s doing. Then respect why Chekov was originally there and make the new person in his seat an Iranian, Iraqi, Syrian, or Saudi Arabian woman. Chekov was there to predict a future where the Russians, America’s greatest enemies at the time of the show’s creation, were our friends and allies. Pay respect to why he was created by placing a Muslim woman from a country that America has fought with in the seat. Give her a gold dress, black long sleeve undershirt, black leggings, and a federation uniform approved hijab. The movies should be creating representation and paying respects to what Chekov was there for. Put a Muslim woman in the navigator’s chair and let her fly us through the stars.”

 

Some Star Trek fans were enraged. One person complained, “In Star Trek, humans have outgrown the superstition of religion, so there are no Muslims…. this is stupid. Make her from a Middle Eastern country sure…. but Muslim…. fu*k off with that” Someone responded that comment, saying, “Perhaps they have outgrown the superstition – this isn’t proven to be universally true – but it’s unlikely they’ve completely shed the cultural heritage. Note how much of a Francophile Picard is, how proud Scotty is of his Scots heritage, etc. If Scotty can wear a tartan-ish thing on occasion, someone of Muslim heritage can wear a hibab. The Star Trek culture celebrates diversity, remember?”

 

At a time when people consider being Muslim “Un-American,” and even go so far as to banning them from entering the country, or cursing at them and shoving them out of commercial establishments and conferences for wearing hijab, it’d be a good creative choice for the movie to imagine a future where simply being Muslim is absolutely fine.

 

What do you think? Leave in the comments below and let us know what you think Star Trek should do to the character Chekov.

 

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The New and transformed Miley Cyrus

What’s the first thing that pops into your head when you hear the name, “Miley Cyrus?” Is it Hannah Montana? Is it her performance at VMA when she grinded on Robin Thicke? Only recently, she went on Jimmy Fallon and talked about quitting weed and her new image that is much less provocative.

 

Miley Cyrus’ hit TV show Hannah Montana ended in 2011, and only 2 years after that, she went on VMA wearing a teddy bear suit and grinding on Robin Thicke with her tongue out, shocking pretty much everyone. She made music videos like, “We Can’t Stop” and “Wrecking Ball” with some shots of her with her tongue out, some very provocative images and nudity.

 

In 2013, she spoke to Rolling Stone about her image.

 

“I know what I’m doing. I know I’m shocking you. When I’m dressed in that teddy bear thing, I think that’s funny.”

 

She explained.

 

“I just stick my tongue out because I hate smiling in pictures. It’s so awkward. It looks so cheesy. Now people expect it, like, ‘Put your tongue out!’”

 

Recently, her image has changed drastically. Rolling Stone’s Joyce Chen wrote in an article published on June 23, 2017,

 

“In recent months, Cyrus has simplified her image to one that’s a bit more reminiscent of her days as the child star of Disney channel’s hit series, Hannah Montana. At the Billboard Music Awards last month, the outspoken singer donned white shorts, a white off-shoulder cropped top, boots and a floppy hat to perform her gauzy single Malibu. (The image was a far cry from her eye-popping, provocative performance with Robin Thicke at the 2013 MTV VMA Awards.)”

 

In regards to weed, she stated in the 2013 article mentioned above,

 

“Hollywood is a coke town, but weed is so much better. And molly, too. Those are happy drugs – social drugs. They make you want to be with friends.”

 

On June 15, 2017, she went on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and she talked about weed,

 

“I kept having this nightmare, it was seriously horrible.”

 

She continued.

 

“I had this dream that I would die during my monologue on SNL for some reason. That I would just get so stoned that I just died. Which I Googled, and that’s never happened.”

 

Then, she explained further,

 

“No one’s ever died from weed, but no one has ever smoked as much as I did, so they don’t really know.”

 

Quitting weed and stopping all of her previous provocative actions have definitely helped her becoming more clear-minded.  In the Fallon interview, she said,

 

“I’m actually the most passionate about what I’m doing with this record than I’ve been.”

 

We wish her the best and hope she continues her way on the good path she’s been heading.

 

Her new songs, “Inspired” and “Malibu” are available on iTunes and Spotify.

 

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How Doctor Who gave Peter Capaldi an epic send-off?

Scottish actor Peter Capaldi is leaving the popular UK show Doctor Who and the season 10 finale is his last season finale before his exit in the 2017 Christmas Special. The season finale and the Christmas Special serves as 3 episodes of epic send-off for Peter Capaldi and also the executive producer Steven Moffat. As expected for any send-off finales, the episodes were filled with memorable and emotional moments, showing the best of the Moffat and Capaldi. Here are the ways the show used the finale as an epic send-off for Peter Capaldi and Steven Moffat.

 

There’s no doubt in anyone’s mind that the Doctor loves speeches, and since Peter Capaldi is so brilliant at giving powerful Doctor Who speeches, such as the speech in “The Zygon Inverson” in Season 9 episode 8 about war, the speech he gave to the Masters in the finale was a great way to show Capaldi’s amazing acting skills and a great tool for character development.  In that speech, the Doctor begged the Masters to stay and fight with him. The speech not only showed the Doctor has been doing everything he has done because it’s the right thing to do, but it also showed that Missy, brilliantly acted by actress Michelle Gomez, has indeed changed for the better, as seen by her facial expressions.

 

Scottish showrunner Steven Moffat is good at creating complicated storylines for the show, and this finale used science and TV magic to make an awesome storyline. Moffat brought us River Song, the Doctor’s wife who experienced time differently than the Doctor and in each meeting with the Doctor, River wrote in her journal to keep track of the Doctor’s timeline.

 

Moffat is great at creating these complicated storylines and this finale is one of his very best. The whole finale takes place in a spaceship pushing itself slowly away from the blackhole on its tale, and because of gravity, the bottom of the ship experiences time differently than the rest of the ship. Crew members on the bottom of the ship had experienced centuries and actually built a whole new self-efficient civilization within the ship itself.  How much more complicated scientifically could this get?

 

The last scene of the finale showed the appearance of the first Doctor from the original Doctor Who back in 1963. Both Capaldi’s Doctor and the first Doctor are facing their upcoming regeneration, and the Christmas Special will show them going on an adventure and giving Peter Capaldi a final send-off.

 

Watch Doctor Who this Christmas for Peter Capaldi’s last episode with the series and first glimpse of the next Doctor.

 

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The Epic Way Campbell Saunders could’ve returned to Degrassi: Next Class

Who still remembers Campbell Saunders? As Degrassi fans wait anxiously for the fourth season of Degrassi: Next Class on Netflix, saying goodbye to the last class of students from the original series, let’s look back on one character who is no longer a student and a great way they could’ve brought the character back even just for one scene.

Who was Campbell Saunders? Canadian actor Dylan Everett joined the show in the beginning of the original Degrassi’s twelfth season, appearing first in its “Bite Your Tongue” season 12 promo video with the rest of the Degrassi cast. It has 78,590 views on YouTube. Saunders played for the hockey team and dated Maya Matlin. He became the fan-favorite character really quickly. He appeared only in 20 episodes, but Dylan Everett brilliantly portrayed Saunder’s struggles and everything that drove him into that fatal decision in the greenhouse and ended his own life. Everett’s last episode on the show aired on February 15th, 2013.

 

Throughout season three in Degrassi: Next Class, Maya Matlin has developed a fascination with death. In the last episode of season 3, #ImSleep, it has been 4 years after Campbell’s suicide, and Maya Matlin sat in an empty school bus attempting to kill herself by putting many pills into her mouth and waited for her death listening to music. Then, after awhile, she decided to walk onto the school’s attic, looking down and taking a picture of trees. Two students found her with liquid out of her mouth. Then, the doctors in the hospital saved her. It was as strange and weirdly uneventful as the description you had just read, and her “death fascination” storyline ended in an awkward way. The show seemed to say, “Stop becoming fascinated with death or you will die…well, almost die!”

 

When Campbell Saunders died, Everett said during an interview in the YouTube video, “The Inside Look: Bitter Sweet Symphony,” “When I originally auditioned for the part, I had known one of the reasons I was submitted for, they were like, oh it’s just gonna be one season, and then progressively throughout the season, you find out that Cam is depressed and whatnot, so it was speculated on set whether it was gonna happen or not.” He continued, “It was a surprise to everyone when we came back from the hiatus and that was the first script we’re reading and then boom! It happened and everyone was just in shock.“ It was supposed to be shocking, it was supposed to be sad, but it wasn’t as impactful as the show developers had hoped, mainly because the character was only on screen for 20 episodes. A few PSA videos and on camera interviews were made and his death mostly impacted Matlin but then everyone moved on, including Matlin, and Saunders was barely mentioned, and especially during Degrassi: Next Class, no one even talked about Saunders until the third season when Matlin mentioned him while she was talking to Saad in #PicsOrItDidnthappen.

 

Instead of her randomly going to the attic when she attempted to kill herself, wouldn’t it have been better if she suddenly felt alone dying in the school bus and so she stepped into the Degrassi Green House, wanting to be at the place her former lover passed away and so even though she was dying in the dark all by her lonesome, she didn’t feel alone because she was going to see Saunders after death? Then, when she started hallucinating, have Campbell Saunders appear in an illusion, urging her not to make his mistake because if he had not died, he would’ve been able to be a great hockey player, maybe even join the National Hockey League, maybe they would’ve been able to grow old together. The spirit of Campbell Saunders might even encourage her to become a great singer and write a song about him one day, making Matlin want to treasure her own life and end her fascination with death. It would’ve given her “death fascination” story a better resolution and actually allowing Saunders’ death to mean something. Instead of using the storyline to warn kids against being fascinated with death, it would’ve encouraged the viewers to treasure their lives. It would’ve reinforced everything they were trying to say with Saunder’s death and it would’ve been more powerful than any of the PSA videos they made after Saunder’s death.

 

According to Dylan Everett’s IMDB, Campbell Saunders will make an appearance in Degrassi: Next Class season 4’s finale, “#KThxBye.” However, it’s actually a mistake and the character would not make an appearance at all. Twitter user @frahry asked the Degrassi Writers (@DegrassiWriters) regarding Saunders’ credit on IMDB with a picture of it attached to the tweet saying, “Care to explain?” The Writers confirmed it was a mistake with their reply saying, “No idea.”

 

Degrassi: Next Class will premiere its fourth season on Friday, July 7th on Netflix.

 

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Teen Wolf in 6B, completing the story or starting one?

As Teen Wolf’s season 6B premiere date gets closer and closer everyday, viewers of Teen Wolf become more and more anxious about a few things in the last 10 episodes of the show. Mostly, they’re worried that their favorite character Stiles wouldn’t appear as much because of the actor’s busy schedule, and also whether or not the show is shifting focus onto less important characters instead of wrapping up storylines for the main characters in a meaningful way.

As Dylan O’Brien, the actor who plays the fan-favorite character Stiles, continues filming movies, the frequency of his character’s appearance becomes questionable. Teen Wolf fans started a trend back in 2016 called, “#Teenwolfisoverparty” claiming that they wouldn’t watch the show anymore if they no longer see Stiles on screen. As the ratings of the show’s season 6A declines, it’s a good indicator that the fans were serious. For the first episode of season 6, the show only had 0.56 million viewers, but then the episode had Stiles literally pulled out of existence and the second episode dropped to 0.41 million. Stiles only came back towards the end of season 6A, then the show immediately sent the character to join a pre-FBI program and exited the show. Stiles said at the end of the second to the last scene of the 6A finale, “It just feels so anti-climatic.” It didn’t even show them graduate, it didn’t show the “graduation party” they were going to. We wouldn’t even get to see that anymore because 6B is going to pick up 3 months after they’ve already graduated. It did feel anti-climatic, Stiles, it really did.

 

For some time now, the show has been developing a “New Generation.” Basically, the executive producer Jeff Davis decided that the show was called, “Teen Wolf” and Scott, Stiles, Malia and Lydia would be considered too old after they graduate (P.S. none of the actors are actually minors) so the show was shifting focus to a “New Generation” or a “New High School Werewolf Pack” consisting of Liam (New Scott), Mason (New Stiles), Corey and Hayden. In the end of episode 10, Stiles even called Liam, “The New Alpha.” The New Generation Pack really came to light when Liam stormed off saying he was going to capture a monster alone and his friends, Mason, Corey and Hayden said they were by his side no matter what, making him officially their leader.

 

Now, let’s be clear about one thing. In the show, they are a wolf pack. Not a high school fraternity, but a wolf pack. The wolf pack consists of Scott, Malia and Liam, and the other characters are also in the pack without being werewolves. Scott is the official Alpha, and he will always be. They don’t stop being werewolves and Scott doesn’t stop being the Alpha just because he graduates from high school. Again, it’s not a fraternity. Scott has to die for Liam to become the new Alpha, and he’s only about 2 years older than Liam so unless Liam kills Scott, he’s never going to become the new Alpha. When Liam decided it was time he took the responsibility of the new Alpha, it shouldn’t have been viewed as a cute story about a boy coming into his own. It should’ve been considered a treacherous act. In any other real life situations when this happens, the traitor would’ve been killed or tortured until he spilled the names of the other traitors who now viewed him as the leader, so they could be killed as well. Just imagine what would’ve happened if someone in ancient Rome had decided he was going to be king and had a bunch of followers while Julius Caesar was still the king? Or what’d happen to someone doing the same thing in Russia when it was still the Soviet Union?

 

If the show had continued past season 6 and they actually decided to kill Scott so Liam could become the leader just because Scott was leaving high school, does that mean Liam would eventually be killed after he graduates so a new kid could become the alpha and then the new kid gets killed for another new kid to be the alpha? Is Teen Wolf trying to become the next Degrassi in the most hideous way possible?

 

As Teen Wolf comes to an end in season 6, let’s hope it comes to a reasonable conclusion and actually gives the characters, especially Stiles, the farewell they deserve.

 

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Keiynan Lonsdale’s One Month Post-Coming Out Journey

When you’re someone in the LGBTQ community, it’s terrifying to come out to close friends and family members, but for a television star, your relationships with others are not the only things at stake as you come out to the world. Only a month ago, on May 12th, The Flash actor Keiynan Lonsdale came out on Instagram, after becoming “bored of being insecure, ashamed, scared,” revealing that he is bisexual in a heartfelt post saying, “I like girls, & I like guys (yes)” Let’s take a look at how his decision has impacted his life so far.

 

Only days after coming out, Google search of “Keiynan Lonsdale” became filled with news articles about his coming out Instagram post. The post was covered by news organizations including E! News, People.com, Entertainment Tonight, and even Daily Mail. On May 22nd, 10 days after coming out, Lonsdale was interviewed by BUILD Series’ Matt Forte about the CW series, The Flash, and Lonsdale was asked how he felt during the moments leading up to coming out. He said,

 

“Honestly at the time, I did it all based off of feeling and I really wasn’t even thinking that much, which was kinda nice, because it is something that I’ve been thinking about for as long as I can remember, so it was sort of…I don’t know…it was actually really relaxing (laughs) which is something I never thought I’d be able to say about the topic, but yeah! It felt good. It was very freeing.”

 

On June 2nd, he was featured on Vulkan Magazine and he was interviewed about his character on The Flash, then he was interviewed by Fuse on June 5th.

 

Since he came out, his acting career has been on the rise along with his popularity.  On June 12th, 2017, news updates Twitter account for the book-to-film adaptation of Becky Albertalli’s Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda, @simonvsfilm announced Keiynan Lonsdale will be playing the character Bram Greenfeld, a friend and classmate of Simon, he will star in the film alongside Nick Robinson, Jennifer Garner, Colton Haynes and other stars.

 

Lonsdale is on hiatus from filming The Flash, but he has been busy focusing on his other love besides acting, which is singing. He performed live at the Roxy on May 19th with musical artist Louis Futon. On June 5th, he spoke to Fuse and said that he had been writing and recording music.

 

 “Hopefully there will be a summer release, but we haven’t set a date yet.”

 

He continued,

 

“I tried to set a date before and then we sort of have to come together and figure out like no we needed to make sure everything was creatively right, so I’m not setting a date until we know for sure.“

 

With everything looking up for him, he is looking at a busy year ahead. He wrote another instagram post for pride on June 12th, exactly a month after he came out, describing how his life has changed for the better,

 

“I can’t express enough how my life/perspective has exploded with colour since choosing to simply be myself. I apply it to all aspects of my life, not just sexuality, it’s bigger than that. When you’re free to be yourself, you make so much room in your fucking mind to be more creative, to love better, to feel better, to think more clearly.. It’s the best decision I’ve ever made.. but also the hardest. I don’t take it lightly, I never will.”

 

The post already gained 27,439 likes within a day.

 

It’s been quite impressive to see how different aspects of Keiynan Lonsdale’s public life were enhanced simply because he was brave enough to be true to himself and show the world a part of himself he wasn’t even ready accept long ago. He has already accomplished so much with his life within a month. One could only imagine what he could do in a year.

 

The Flash season 4 premieres on October 10th, 2017. Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda is set to be in movie theatres on March 16, 2018.

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Is Kevin Can Wait becoming the new King of Queens?

Attention all King of Queens’ fans! Kevin James’ CBS sitcom Kevin Can Wait is changing in a strange direction for season 2 and King of Queens’ fans might be the only ones benefited from it.

 

Leah Remini, the former leading lady of King of Queens, is joining the cast of Kevin Can Wait as a series regular and Erinn Hayes, who plays Kevin James’ wife on the current show, will not return for season 2. In the season 1 finale, Remini guest starred on Kevin Can Wait as Vanessa Cellucci, James’ character’s former colleague, an undercover police officer, and she will reprise her role in season 2.

 

Both stars announced the big news on social media. Erinn Hayes tweeted on June 3rd,

 

 “I’ve been let go from the show. Very sad, I had a great experience season 1. Thank you for all the support from our wonderful fans.”

 

Remini posted a screenshot of a tweet about the change on Instagram with the caption,

 

“Dreams do come true. #blessed #grateful.”

 

How will this work? Season One ended with Donna, Erinn Hayes’ character, announcing that she had quit her job and panicking because she realized neither she nor her husband had a job to provide for the family, then Kevin assured her they will get through it. Would they be divorced in season 2? In That 70’s Show, Midge, Tanya Roberts’ character, left for California and divorced Bob after Roberts left the show. Would Kevin Can Wait take the same route?

Could this development be ratings related? Kevin Can Wait’s ratings dropped from 11.078 million (Premiere) to 5.683 million (Finale.) In an article, Emily Yahr from The Washington Post suspects that this is how the network and producers are trying to attract viewers for season 2. She wrote,

 

“The network and producers are banking on viewers wondering all of these things — and, naturally, tuning in to the second-season premiere in the fall. Well played.”

 

What are the producers up to? Why this new cast shakeup? Find out on Kevin Can Wait’s season 2 on Monday, September 25th at 9/8c. Buckle up, folks. This is going to be a weird ride.

 

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Stephen Amell tried the “American Ninja Warrior” course

The superhero TV show Arrow’s star Stephen Amell ran the American Ninja Warrior course for NBC’s Red Nose Day Special, raising money for Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and it was amazing.

 

Fans of Arrow have seen Amell engage in hand-to-hand combat with superheros, ninjas, and other villans, and done stunts that are crazier than the American Ninja Warrior course, therefore it was no surprise that Amell ran through the course like he could’ve done it in his sleep.

According to Comicbook.com, he spoke to fans at London’s Heroes & Villans FanFest, revealing that it wasn’t as easy as he made it look and he even thought he had injured himself.

 

 “I thought I tore my biceps off of the bone in the second obstacle. I couldn’t feel anything from there to there.”

 

Amell said,

 

“I think, all things considered, it went pretty well.”

 

He talked about the part he was most worried about,

 

“I was worried about the blocks that rotate when you run past them because they say, ‘Don’t worry if they’re tilted off to the side or if they’re level. Just hit the middle and go as fast as you can,’

 

He continued,

 

“What you get is a great idea, except when they’re tilted the wrong way and they’re over water!”

 

Stephen Amell’s attempt on American Ninja Warriors was really inspiring for actors, athletes, or fitness enthusiasts alike. Despite being a superhero on TV, Amell is just a man, and therefore his athletic ability shown by what he was able to accomplish on the obstacle course is achievable for anyone through hard work and dedication.

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The Flash’s Barry Allen is dead

“The Flash” season 3 finale on Tuesday began with a twist a lot of people saw coming but ended with an even more shocking twist.  Filming of the ending scene was leaked on YouTube in April and the finale confirmed people’s suspicions – Barry Allen is done being the Flash.

 

 

Season finales of “The Flash” have always been epic and major shakeup of the cast. Season one ended with both Eddie and Harrison Wells dead, and the singularity swallowing up the whole city and season two ended with the start of Flashpoint.  However, the CW show has a habit of changing things as fast as the Flash himself. Ronnie and Caitlin got married and then Ronnie died, Barry’s dad was released from prison and stayed for a day then left, Flashpoint lasted for less than one episode, Iris was presumed dead for a week until the finale came out. Barry Allen is done being the Flash, but how long will that last?

 

 

For those who didn’t know, Barry Allen died in the 1985 crossover comic book series, “Crisis on Infinite Earths,” letting Wally West be Flash for 20 years until he came out of the speed force and became alive again in 2008’s crossover storyline, “Final Crisis.” Barry Allen will return, but the question is when? “The Flash” writers should take advantage of this plot change and allow Keiynan Lonsdale’s Wally West to become the official Flash at least for a few episodes before bringing Barry back from the dead. Maybe Team Flash could now get assistance from the “New Caitlin?” It would be more interesting to see how Team Flash adjust to Barry Allen gone and Wally West being the Flash instead of having the premiere of season 4 being Barry Allen back from the dead a year later and he has to win back Iris’ love all over again.

 

Since Grant Gustin has only recently engaged to LA Thomas, he could take advantage of the break and focus on making his wedding amazing. But, knowing how the show has dealt with big changes in the past, he probably will be back to work before he sends out the wedding invitations.

 

Would you prefer to see how Team Flash adjusts to the new change or having Barry Allen back in a flash?

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