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The Flash – Confirmed for Tuesday Nights from October 2014

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The Flash, 101 "Pilot" - The Flash (Grant Gustin) © 2014 The CW Network, photo: Jack Rowand

Here are the official details of The Flash and a couple of episodic pictures just released by the CW Network. The series has been confirmed today for Tuesday nights at 8pm on the CW Network from October 2014.

The character of Barry Allen (aka The Flash) played by Grant Gustin was introduced in Arrow episode 208 and also appeared in 209.

The Flash series stars Grant Gustin, Candice Patton, Rick Cosnett, Danielle Panabaker, Carlos Valdes, Tom Cavanagh and Jesse L Martin.

The Flash – Image Gallery

The Flash - The cast: Jesse L Martin, Danielle Panabaker, Candice Patton, Grant Gustin, Rick Cosnett, Tom Cavanagh, and Carlos Valdes
The Flash – The cast at the CW Network’s 2014 Upfront Presentation at New York City Center on Thursday, May 15, 2014: Jesse L Martin, Danielle Panabaker, Candice Patton, Grant Gustin, Rick Cosnett, Tom Cavanagh, and Carlos Valdes ©2014 The CW Network, photo: Jeffrey R Staab

The Flash – Official details

Barry Allen was just 11 years old when his mother was killed in a bizarre and terrifying incident and his father was falsely convicted of the murder. With his life changed forever by the tragedy, Barry was taken in and raised by Detective Joe West, the father of Barry’s best friend, Iris.

Now, Barry has become a brilliant, driven and endearingly geeky CSI investigator, whose determination to uncover the truth about his mother’s strange death leads him to follow up on every unexplained urban legend and scientific advancement that comes along.

Barry’s latest obsession is a cutting edge particle accelerator, created by visionary physicist Harrison Wells and his S.T.A.R. Labs team, who claim that this invention will bring about unimaginable advancements in power and medicine.

However, something goes horribly wrong during the public unveiling, and when the devastating explosion causes a freak storm, many lives are lost and Barry is struck by lightning. After nine months in a coma, Barry awakens to find his life has changed once again – the accident has given him the power of super speed, granting him the ability to move through Central City like an unseen guardian angel.

Though initially excited by his newfound powers, Barry is shocked to discover he is not the only “meta-human” who was created in the wake of the accelerator explosion – and not everyone is using their new powers for good.

In the months since the accident, the city has seen a sharp increase in missing people, unexplained deaths and other strange phenomena. Barry now has a renewed purpose – using his gift of speed to protect the innocent, while never giving up on his quest to solve his mother’s murder and clear his father’s name.

For now, only a few close friends and associates know that Barry is literally the fastest man alive, but it won’t be long before the world learns what Barry Allen has become… The Flash.

The series stars Grant Gustin (“Glee,” “Arrow”) as Barry Allen/The Flash, Candice Patton (“The Game”) as Iris West, Rick Cosnett (“The Vampire Diaries”) as Eddie Thawne, Danielle Panabaker (“Necessary Roughness,” “Justified”) as Caitlin Snow, Carlos Valdes (“Once” on Broadway ) as Cisco Ramon, with Tom Cavanagh (“Ed,” “Eli Stone”) as Harrison Wells and Jesse L Martin (“Law & Order”) as Detective West.

The Flash is produced by Bonanza Productions Inc. in association with Berlanti Productions and Warner Bros Television, with executive producers Greg Berlanti (“Arrow,” “The Tomorrow People,” “Green Lantern”), Andrew Kreisberg (“Arrow,” “Eli Stone”), David Nutter (“Arrow,” “Game of Thrones”) and Sarah Schechter. The pilot was directed by David Nutter.  This series is based upon characters published by DC Entertainment.