Meet Barry and Iris’s son.
Jordan Fisher has joined Season 7 of The flash like Bart Allen, who also goes by the superhero alias Impulse, ET has learned.
Fisher will make his first appearance as Bart / Impulse in the historic 150th episode of The CW superhero drama, which is the 17th of the season. He will be a recurring guest star.
Bart Allen is the future son of Barry Allen and Iris West-Allen and, like his father, is the fastest teenager on the planet. According to the character’s official description, “Bart’s penchant for wildly impulsive behavior” means that his parents, Barry and Iris, “will have their hands full trying to teach their new son patience. But it is a task they will have to accomplish. , for his family to work together and stop Team Flash’s biggest threat yet. “
Fisher’s casting comes several months after married his longtime love, Ellie Woods. The 26-year-old mutihyphenate last starred on Netflix Work it and To all the boys: PS: I still love you, and then lead Hello goodbye and everything else.
Last year, The flash Grant Gustin himself, who is expecting his first child with his wife LA Thoma, spoke to ET about how long he saw himself donning the suit as Barry Allen. (The CW, in February, renewed The flash for season 8.)
“Listen, I may never have such a great job again, that so many people tune in to watch, so I won’t take that for granted. I was talking to Michael Rosenbaum the other day and to go as many seasons as they did with SmallvilleNobody can do that! That has always been something that I thought would be great to achieve, “he said last May.” It’s not just my decision, obviously, but it has a lot to do with viewers and the network, and I guess you just have to wait and see. But I can definitely see myself doing more than just him [season] I have left in this current contract. Seven [seasons] It is for most of the cast, but I think it would be great if we could continue after that. “
The flash airs Tuesdays at 8 pm ET / PT on The CW. For more information, see below.
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