The Flash returned for another season in November 2021, and in the July of 2022, the season has finally come to an end. And what an end it was. With a significant showdown between the two characters, the Flash and his latest enemy, till the eventual event that happened, everything was highly action-packed and full of tension. Loyal fans of the show eagerly wait for any news about their beloved series and character. Because while the Flash may have godspeed, the speed of a new episode release seems an eternity away. Well, the wait is over now.
The season has ended with a superb finale, and we are here to talk about that ending. Read ahead at your own risk, as the articles contain a major spoiler from the latest episode and the series finale. The series follows the character Flash from the show’s parent series Arrow. The character appeared twice in the front and was instantly liked by the viewers and thus picked for its separate series.
The Flash Season 8 Ending Explained
The series is based on the character The Flash occurring in the D.C. comic books and Arrow’s original series. Barry Allen gains immense superhuman abilities and superhuman speed due to a technical anomaly. He becomes the masked superhero called The Flash, named after his superspeed. He is a crime scene investigator and uses his superpowers to fight off crimes and catch criminals. Every episode is a riot fest when it comes to the Flash. Additional timelines and a lot of sci-fi stuff in every season.
The series is filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The superhero originated when the contents of the S.T.A.R. Labs exploded, which led to him gaining extreme superhuman speed.
Meet the cast of The Flash Season 8
The whole cast of The Flash season 8 and who plays are listed below:
- Grant Gustin as Barry Allen.
- Candice Patton as Iris West
- Danielle Panabaker as Caitlin Snow
- Jesse L. Martin as Detective Joe West
- Danielle Nicolet as Cecile.
- Javicia Leslie
- Chyler Leigh
- Osric Chau
Season 8 Ending explained The Flash
Season 8 of the hit series The Flash continues to see the Reverse Flashpoint timeline. After the resurrection of Thawne, which was very shocking for the viewers in the last episode, this finale episode was expected to provide a gripping finale. And a mind-blowing finale was served. Thawne burst through another version of himself while Iris got sacrificed in the process.
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After immediately picking from the contents of the last episode, this episode kicks off with Iris not being dead. Yes, she was in the time stone, and it was her who played a significant part in the showdown. Even after having the upper hand in the fight, Thawne loses the battle and dies while Flash wins. And we know that he has already been killed a thousand times, but this time he gets erased from the timeline itself and the reverse-flashpoint timeline closes for good.