The Flash, one of DC Comics’ most loved characters, is set to end with its upcoming ninth season on The CW. According to Variety, production on Season 9 of the beloved DC series is set to begin in September, with the final season set to begin in 2023. The season will consist of 13 episodes.
‘The Flash’ creator Eric Wallace said, “Nine seasons! Nine years of saving Central City, taking viewers on an emotional journey filled with heart, humor and spectacle. Now Barry Allen reaches the starting gate for his last race.” So many wonderful people have given their talent, time and love to bring this amazing show to life every week.
Wallace expressed his gratitude to all the cast and crew members for making the show popular, saying, “Therefore, as we prepare to honor the incredible legacy of the show with our exciting final chapter, I would like to thank our phenomenal I want to say. Over the years the cast, writers, producers and crew have helped make The Flash an unforgettable experience for audiences around the world.”
With a ninth season, “The Flash” becomes one of the longest-running shows on The CW. “Supernatural,” by comparison, lasted 15 seasons, but started showing up on The WB before even appearing on The CW. The Flash began airing on The CW following the switch, with its first episode airing in 2014. With this, the show became DC Comics’ longest-running show on The CW, followed by “Arrow” with eight seasons and “Legends of Tomorrow”. With seven seasons.
With it now ending, the only current DC shows on The CW are “Superman & Lois,” “Stargirl” and the upcoming “Gotham Knights” series, Variety reported. The last season of “The Flash” starred Grant Gustin, Jesse L. Martin, Candice Patton, Danielle Panabaker, Danielle Nicolet, Kayla Compton and Brandon McKnight in the lead roles.