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THE FLASH: Violett Beane to Return as Jesse Quick in Season Three [The CW]

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Violett Beane to Reprise Role of Jesse Quick for Third Season of The Flash. It appears that another face from Earth-2 will be coming back to The Flash when it returns this fall. Violett Beane, known for her role as Jesse Wells, will be coming back to the show for it’s third season.

We first found out that Tom Cavanagh was confirmed to return as a series regular for the third season of The Flash and now, his on-screen daughter Violett Beane will also be coming back. During the Saturn Awards, Beane spilled the news to TVLine on her return to The CW hit series. “I know I’ll be back… but I don’t know if it’s with or without powers.” Seeing that Barry (Grant Gustin) has already changed the timeline during the season finale, it’s anyone’s guess if we will be seeing an Earth-1 version of Jesse or Earth-2. No matter what happens, Beane seems to be ready for anything that comes at her for Jesse Wells, even if she ends up being a speedster herself to become Jesse Quick.

“When Jesse got hit, I was like ‘It’s happening! It’s happening!’ There was the spark when she got out of the coma, but… it didn’t happen, and I was like, ‘No!’ I’m very excited [to play a speedster], and would love for it to happen early next season.” It seems that we may be getting most of the main cast back if Beane is returning next season. What do you guys think about this?

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