The Flash season 8 finale, which will air in late June, will be the largest in years, according to one of the show's stars.
The Flash season 8 finale, according to Danielle Panabaker, will be the most important in years. Season 8 of The Flash has presented one of the show's worst themes since its return in 2022. The Flash season 8 has focused on the diabolical Deathstorm as Team Flash's latest major bad, loosely based on the DC Comics event Blackest Night. While The Flash season 2 featured an Earth-2 version of Deathstorm, this season focused on a more comic-accurate portrayal of the villain, who has largely been played by Robbie Amell.
After last week's episode ended with another casualty for Team Flash, the Deathstorm plot is coming to an end this week. Deathstorm was beaten by Killer Frost, but it came at a cost: she died at the end of The Flash season 8, episode 13, "Death Falls." Even though there have been a few fake-outs in the Arrowverse when it comes to character deaths, Frost's death has been confirmed, with this week's episode, "Funeral for a Friend," serving as a tribute. There are still a lot of arcs to finish up in The Flash season 8 with only a few episodes left.
The Deathstorm ending of The Flash doesn't rule out the possibility of a Green Lantern villain.
As the Deathstorm arc comes to a close, it's uncertain what will happen for the rest of The Flash season 8. Whatever happens, it appears that the finale will end with the largest explosion in years. A fan asks whether they have any huge teases about The Flash season 8 finale in a new episode of TVLine's Inside Line. According to TVLine, Panabaker promises that this season's conclusion will be the most significant in recent years. Here's what Panabaker had to say about being astonished by the magnitude of this year's finale:
While The Flash has been able to do major things in recent seasons, such as Armageddon, the COVID-19 epidemic has had a long-term impact on the Arrowverse drama. Due to the substantial involvement of various production crews, The CW has been unable to execute traditional crossovers since the epidemic broke out. Armageddon, which was a crossover-like event for The Flash season 8, was the outcome of this. Things have undoubtedly gotten a little easier, but production, like many other filming shows, is still dealing with numerous health procedures.
It's unclear what the season 8 conclusion of The Flash will bring. The title of episode 20 has yet to be released, but it will air on Wednesday, June 29. Panabaker also revealed that The Flash season 8 will have some returning characters, as is customary for season finales. The last episode will also feature a surprise cameo that no one has predicted. Whatever happens, it appears that The Flash season 8 finale will be one to remember.