All 69 episodes from the first, second and third seasons of the action adventure following the DC Comics superhero. Years previously crime scene investigator Barry Allen (Grant Gustin)’s mother was killed by a mysterious supernatural entity that he describes as lightning in the shape of a man. Nobody believes what he saw and his father was wrongly convicted of the crime. Ever since Barry has been looking for answers, hoping to prove his father’s innocence. Nine months after being struck by lightning and covered in chemicals while in his laboratory Barry wakes up from a coma to find he has superhuman powers. He decides to use his new abilities to fight other super humans created by the storm who are using their powers for evil. Season 1 episodes are: ‘Pilot’, ‘Fastest Man Alive’, ‘Things You Can’t Outrun’, ‘Going Rogue’, ‘Plastique’, ‘The Flash Is Born’, ‘Power Outage’, ‘Flash Vs Arrow’, ‘The Man in the Yellow Suit’, ‘Revenge of the Rogues’, ‘The Sound and the Fury’, ‘Crazy for You’, ‘The Nuclear Man’, ‘Fallout’, ‘Out of Time’, ‘Rogue Time’, ‘Tricksters’, ‘All Star Team Up’, ‘Who Is Harrison Wells?’, ‘The Trap’, ‘Grodd Lives’, ‘Rogue Air’ and ‘Fast Enough’. Season 2 episodes are: ‘The Man Who Saved Central City’, ‘Flash of Two Worlds’, ‘Family of Rogues’, ‘The Fury of Firestorm’, ‘The Darkness and the Light’, ‘Enter Zoom’, ‘Gorilla Warfare’, ‘Legends of Today’, ‘Running to Stand Still’, ‘Potential Energy’, ‘The Reverse-Flash Returns’, ‘Fast Lane’, ‘Welcome to Earth-2’, ‘Escape from Earth-2’, ‘King Shark’, ‘Trajectory’, ‘Flash Back’, ‘Versus Zoom’, ‘Back to Normal’, ‘Rupture’, ‘The Runaway’, ‘Invincible’ and ‘The Race of His Life’. Season 3 episodes are: ‘Flashpoint’, ‘Paradox’, ‘Magenta’, ‘The New Rogues’, ‘Monster’, ‘Shade’, ‘Killer Frost’, ‘Invasion!’, ‘The Present’, ‘Borrowing Problems from the Future’, ‘Dead Or Alive’, ‘Untouchable’, ‘Attack On Gorilla City’, ‘Attack On Central City’, ‘The Wrath of Savitar’, ‘Into the Speed Force’, ‘Duet’, ‘Abra Kadabra’, ‘The Once and Future Flash’, ‘I Know Who You Are’, ‘Cause and Effect’, ‘Infantino Street’ and ‘Finish Line’.
From the Arrow creative team of executive producers Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg and director David Nutter, The Flash is a fast-paced super hero drama that follows the high-speed adventures of the Fastest Man Alive. Written by Berlanti, Kreisberg and DC Entertainment’s Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns, the action drama follows Central City Police scientist Barry Allen, an everyday guy with the heart of a hero and the genuine desire to help others. Standing still emotionally since the day his mother was murdered (and his father unjustly jailed for the crime), Barry was taken in as a child by the investigating Detective West and raised in a cop’s home alongside West’s supersmart daughter (and Barry’s dream girl) Iris. But when an unexpected and devastating accident at the S.T.A.R. Labs Particle Accelerator facility strikes Barry, he finds himself suddenly charged with the incredible power to move at super speeds. While Barry has always been a hero in his soul, his newfound powers have finally given him the ability to act like one. With the help of the research team at S.T.A.R. Labs – including billionaire visionary Harrison Wells, biogenetics expert Caitlin Snow and the eternally upbeat Cisco Ramon – Barry begins testing the limits of his evolving powers and using them to stop crime, ensuring that no one suffers a similar tragedy to his own family history. Working with his adopted father Detective West; West’s conceited partner Detective Eddie Thawne and Iris West, who’s earning her degree in Criminal Psychology, Barry uses his superhuman abilities to help the people of Central City and stop the rogues’ gallery of villains — many of whom have also been altered by the particle accelerator explosion. Concealing his identity behind his incredible velocity, Barry can not only accomplish feats faster than human comprehension, but also taps into an energy that allows him to access moments out of time — both past and future. With a winning personality and a smile on his face, Barry Allen – aka The Flash – is finally moving forward in life, very, very fast.