Despite widespread Internet speculation to the contrary, the current postponement in The Flash season 8 has nothing to do with last-minute revisions to the season finale script.
Many fans are perplexed as to why The Flash has taken yet another vacation, and when The Flash season 8, episode 12 will be released, among other things. The longest-running Arrowverse series has experienced an increasingly erratic release schedule, prompting rumors that the delays might have been caused by trouble on the set or a need to rewrite the season finale.
The Flash movie has been delayed until 2023, according to sources, but there is presently no reason to believe that this is tied to the series' delays. Ezra Miller's future with the company is being reconsidered, and the film has been delayed until 2023.
For the first time since before the COVID-19 pandemic, the eighth season of The Flash kicked off in November 2021 with a five-part special event titled Armageddon, which featured crossovers with the other Arrowverse programmes for the first time.
On March 9, 2022, The Flash season 8, episode 6, “Impulsive Excessive Disorder,” which centred on the time-traveling misadventures of XS and Impulse as they attempted to repair a glitch in their own personal continuity, was broadcast to conclude the hiatus, which lasted approximately three and a half months.
During the episodes that followed, the focus was on Team Flash in January 2022, as they rushed to figure out who was responsible for a mysterious metahuman serial-killer, with The Flash season 8, episode 11, “Resurrection,” revealing that the perpetrator was a menacing monster known only as Deathstorm.
It is expected that the plot will continue in The Flash season 8, episode 12, “Death Rises,” which will air on Wednesday, April 27, 2022. According to the episode summary, Joe West will be returning from retirement to assist the CCPD in dealing with Deathstorm, and Cecile will begin utilising her empathy talents to track him down.
Because of this, there has been speculation that Joe West is about to make a heroic sacrifice, particularly in light of the fact that The Flash season 8, episode 14 is titled “Funeral for a Friend,” and actor Jesse L. Martin (who plays Joe West) has confirmed that he will be leaving the series as a regular to produce and star in the new NBC drama, The Irrational.
As a result of Martin's departure, talk has centred on the cast of The Flash season 9 and who other actors may be leaving the popular series.
It has been officially revealed that only Grant Gustin (Barry Allen) and Brandon McKnight (Chester P. Runk) will be returning for the third season. It is believed that both Candice Patton (Iris West-Allen) and Danielle Panabaker (Dr. Caitlin Snow and Frost) are currently in negotiations to return for another season, but there has been no word on the rest of the ensemble.
It was rumoured that the delays in The Flash season 8 were caused by Warner Bros. requiring the series finale to be changed in order to accommodate Grant Gustin taking over the lead role in the long-delayed DCEU film, which was titled The Flash.
The concept was circulated on the internet in the wake of Miller's arrest on criminal charges and discussions within the World Bank about how to handle a number of high-profile projects in which Miller was engaged. However, while there are many who would like to see Grant Gustin become The Flash in the DCEU, it would take far longer than a few weeks of reshoots to completely redo a feature-length film, even ignoring the time needed for editing and digital effects work.
In that case, it appears more likely that the current suspension was caused by problems with The Flash series itself, rather than having to do with the planned movie.
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