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THE FLASH: Season 3, Episode 19: The Once and Future Flash Trailer [The CW]

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The Flash: The Once and Future Flash Trailer

The CW’s The Flash Season 3, Episode 19: ‘The Once and Future Flash’ TV Show trailer stars Grant Gustin, Candice Patton, Carlos Valdes, Danielle Panabaker, and Jesse L. Martin. The Flash goes on hiatus this spring, but when the show returns, Barry heads to the future.

In the promo for the next episode of The Flash, which is titled ‘The Once and Future Flash’, Barry (Grant Gustin) tries to get some answers on how to save Iris (Candice Patton) when he goes into the future. Time travel has never been easy for Barry knowing that trying to fix a wrong could end up being the worst decision he’s ever made. Look what happened when he made Flashpoint. Hopefully he’s learned his lesson by now. Despite his mistakes, Barry has never gone to the future, but with Iris in danger, he must head to the year 2024 where he’ll hopefully get the answers he needs regarding the identity of Savitar from his future self and Cisco (Carlos Valdes). It also looks like we may be getting a visit from the Mirror Master (Grey Damon) and even an updated costume for the Scarlett Speedster. What do you guys think will happen to Barry when he goes to the future? Will he find the answers he’s looking for or will it be a dead end? And what do you think of The Flash’s new costume in the future?

Check out the trailer from the upcoming episode and let us know what you think.

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