The CW has set a November premiere date for The Flash season 8. When it debuted in 2014, The Flash, starring Grant Gustin as the title speedster, helped turn the Arrowverse into a real television franchise. The show was a turn of Arrow, and it followed Barry Allen’s experiences in Central City. The Flash is the Arrowverse’s longest-running show now that Arrow has ended. After being delayed by the coronavirus outbreak, Season 7 premiered earlier this year; with only 18 episodes planned, it will be The Flash’s shortest season yet.
Yet To Complete S7
Season 7 of The Flash began with the conclusion of the Mirrorverse plot from season 6, before moving on to a new arc with Barry’s new Speed Force. The new episodes have brought some huge changes to Team Flash, with stars Tom Cavanagh and Carlos Valdes departing after years on the show.
The Flash will debut Bart Allen, aka Impulse (Jordan Fisher), and bring back Nora (Jessica Parker Kennedy) for the show’s 150th episode just as they’ve taken their bows.
The CW has already begun planning season 8 of The Flash, despite the fact that season 7 has yet to be completed. The CW announced its fall 2021 schedule on Tuesday (via TVLine), confirming that The Flash will return on Tuesday, November 16 at 8 p.m. Riverdale season 5 will come after it. In October, Batwoman and Legends of Tomorrow, two other Arrowverse shows, will return.
Season 8 Announced
The Flash is still struggling with the effects of the coronavirus outbreak, as seen by the November premiere. The show usually premieres in October, but due to the fact that season 7 didn’t launch until March, it’s on a different schedule.
Fortunately, this indicates that the vacation will be shorter than usual, which will come as a welcome relief after the long wait for season 7. The number of episodes in The Flash season 8 has yet to be announced, but there will undoubtedly be many more adventures for Barry and his team in the future. They’ll just start a little later than usual.