After a final season considered by many to be one of the worst episodes of the series, The Flash hardly raises the level with this season premiere which installs nothing … or almost. Seriously, what was that ugly giant straight out of a PlayStation 2 cutscene? (OK, the Speed Force will obviously have competition with the Strength Force. Can’t wait to see how this ‘Force Force’ will be translated in French!) Between Abra Kadabra described as a hero after having killed several people and Cisco Ramon who gives up his role of Vibe to become Mecha Vibe, the logic seems to absent subscribers. There remains the power of love, which allows again to our hero to cut the bib with his enemies rather than chasing them. Fortunately, the final twist makes you smile … but that will not fix the general structure of the series, which looks more and more like The Flash (and far too many chair geeks) !
The Flash – Season 7 – Episode 4 – ‘Central City Strong’: The Flash faces the sudden return of Abra Kadabra to Central City. The villain seeks revenge and has a score to settle. Meanwhile, Allegra deals with a sticky situation and Caitlin suspects that something is wrong with Frost. Iris is forced to face a dark moment in her past.
US audience (final figures): The real start of season 7 struggles to seduce… Yesterday evening, the episode ‘Central City Strong’ gathered 0.98 million viewers (against 0.98 million last week). It is still the lowest audience in the history of the series. On the target of 18-49 years, the show remains at its lowest with a rate of 0.2% (unchanged).
The Flash – Season 7- Episode 5 – ‘Fear Me’: When a powerful new villain, Psych, channels and amplifies everyone’s fears in order to wreak havoc on Central City, Barry realizes – with help from Cecile – that he must face his worst fear to overcome this news. threat. Meanwhile, Joe is surprised when Kristen Kramer from the Governor’s Municipal Logistics Commission stops by the CCPD for a visit. Iris warns her father to dig deeper into why Kristen is actually there. Caitlin and Frost argue over how to live their lives.
Series The Flash airs every Tuesday on The CW, with Grant Gustin (Barry Allen / The Flash), Candice Patton (Iris West-Allen), Carlos valdes (Cisco Ramon / Vibe), Danielle Panabaker (Caitlin Snow / Killer Frost), Jesse L. Martin (Joe West), Danielle Nicolet (Cecile Horton), Tom cavanagh (Nash Wells), Kayla compton (Allegra Garcia) and Brandon mcknight (Chester P. Runk).