‘The Flash’: Grant Gustin Teases a ‘Cliffhanger’ within the Season 6 Finale

by Jeremy Spirogis
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With simply three episodes remaining in The Flash Season 6, issues are heating up, and it’s anybody’s guess how the story arc will conclude. But one one that is aware of the way it all will shake out is the star of the present, Grant Gustin. In an interview with TV Line, he teased that season 6 will finish on a cliffhanger.

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Grant Gustin talked in regards to the Team Flash dynamics

Before Season 6 Episode 16, “So Long and Goodnight,” Gustin instructed TV Line that the episode “changes the dynamic of the team and the West-Allen family moving forward.” Now that the episode has aired, viewers have been clued into what Gustin meant.

In “So Long Goodnight,” one
of The Flash’s nemeses, Rag Doll resurfaced. But this time, the super-bendy
metahuman was not after the Scarlet Speedster. Instead, he almost succeeded in
taking the lives of each Joe and Cecile.

Joe deduced that Rag Doll was performing on the orders of Joseph Carver, the mega-rich baddie with ties to the crime syndicate, Black Hole. Due to the police captain’s rigorous investigation into the group, Carver noticed him as a menace to be eradicated. So, as a way to stop additional assaults that might blow again on his household, Joe determined to enter the witness safety program and stay gone till Black Hole and Carver will be neutralized.

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“The West household and Team
Flash [are] going to be altered for some time due to what occurs with Joe
and Rag Doll,” Gustin reiterated to TV Line.

Grant Gustin teased a cliffhanger finale

Gustin revealed within the TV Line interview that The Flash Season 6 will include simply 19 episodes as a result of manufacturing shutdown from the coronavirus pandemic. This is a significantly abbreviated schedule compared to the 22-23 episodes that often air in a typical broadcast season. Even although The Flash has been reduce brief this season, followers can nonetheless hope for a satisfying conclusion, in accordance with what Gustin instructed TV Line. The actor stated this:

There was going to be a giant Thawne cliffhanger on the finish of what this season would have been, however that’s not going to be the cliffhanger we get. [Episode] 619, “Success Is Assured,” goes to finish up being our finale, so we’re going to have a special cliffhanger than initially deliberate. But the cliffhanger on the finish of [episode] 619 does function a reasonably good finale.

TV Line interview with Grant Gustin

As The Flash continues to hurry towards the season 6 finale, viewers can count on the thrill to construct much more. In an earlier interview with TV Line, the showrunner, Eric Wallace, teased what’s to return on the finish of the season. He stated, “There will be tragic consequences to learning the truth about Mirror-Iris…Consequences that will send the season in a new, even more dangerous direction for Team Flash.”

The Flash airs on Tuesdays at eight p.m. on The CW.

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