The television channel The CWoperated by Warner Broshas had endless success with his series from the DC universe, the most successful of all has been Flashwhich together with superman and lois have managed to survive to the present.
Nevertheless, Flash will be coming to an end in the ninth seasonsoon to be released in 2023, the news has been sudden, because more than a planned ending, it is speculated that the series was canceled.
Flash was released in October 2014 and was just the beginning of a series of series like Supergirl, Arrow and Legends of Tomorrowlater it was confirmed that these are part of the same universe known as ‘Arrowverse’.
Throughout different episodes it was possible to observe crossovers between the characters of The Flash, Arrowetc., being Crisis on Infinite Earths one of the memorable ones, since not only could the characters of the ‘Arrowverse’ but there were also cameos of characters from different television productions such as Lucifer, Constantine, Smallville and even the Flash of the series could be seen, played by Grant Gustin, interacting with his film version, played by Ezra Miller.
However, over time, the ‘Arrowverse’ series came to an end and now it’s The Flash’s turn.
The ninth season will be the shortest
The announcement of the end of the series took all his followers by surprise, because it was not only sudden, but the medium The Hollywood Reporter confirmed that the ninth season It will only have 13 chapters. of the more than 15 that he used to have in previous seasons.
Due to the sudden end of the series, fans have begun to speculate that the series was canceled due to some controversies in which it has been involved throughout its broadcast, such as the dismissal of one of its protagonists after to know racist and misogynistic behavior.
The series will have its end next year, the same as the premiere of the movie of Flashwhich is also in controversy after several incidents caused by actor Ezra Miller.
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