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THE FLASH: Geoff Johns and Grant Gustin Tease Season 2 [The CW]

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Geoff Johns and Grant Gustin Reveal What’s Coming in Season Two of The Flash. After an explosive finish to The Flash’s first season, fans are already excited to see what’s in store for season two. Well, main star Grant Gustin and EP Geoff Johns shared some details of what’s to come.

TVLine managed to get a few details out of Gustin on the The CW hit’s sophomore season. The actor claims that the death of Eddie Thawne will have a huge impact on the second season early on. “It is definitely a factor, for sure”, Gustin said. “Barry wants to be there for Iris as her best friend right now. And for Barry, too. It’s too soon for everybody. Some tragic events just took place!”

Gustin also revealed that a new Big Bad would arrive early into season two. Speaking with Collider, the actor said that the show would be “introducing a really cool ‘Big Bad’ that’s going to be revealed kind of immediately.”

The outlet also got in touch with Johns regarding a new character set to appear next season. The new character is said to be The Flash’s own Felicity Smoak (From Arrow). Rumored to be Patty Spivot, audition tapes have already been sent out for the role, where we learn that Spivot will be Joe West’s new partner for the CCPD. Johns also revealed that “there are a lot of new characters coming in, not just the ones that have been leaked online,” adding that the new characters would “challenge relationships, in good and bad ways.”

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