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The Flash Team Reminds Fans of DC FanDome's Season 7 Surprise

With WarnerMedia's DC FanDome now spread out over two days ("Hall of Heroes" on August 22nd; "WatchVerse" on September 12th), fans of The CW's The Flash may have gotten a bit confused about when they should tune in. Thankfully, "Team Flash" took to social media to make sure everyone knew when executive producer Eric Wallace and cast members Grant Gustin, Candice Patton, Danielle Panabaker, Carlos Valdes, Danielle Nicolet, Kayla Compton, and Brandon McKnight would be on-hand for their panel. Well, no need to worry: The Flash panel will be taking place this Saturday, August 22nd, from 2:54 pm to 3:09 pm PT (5:54 pm to 6:09 pm) over at the main DC FanDome website (here). With Entertainment Weekly's Chancellor Agard moderating, the panel will look back at the sixth season while also taking a look at an exclusive seventh season trailer and more.

DC FanDome | Teaser Trailer

The first thing that Wallace wants you to know about the upcoming season is that the final three episodes of the sixth season were already written by the time production was shut down. Now, the secret to Iris' destination will be revealed during the season 7 premiere- and Wallace advises fans to have their "feels" ready: "Fortunately, you find out where Iris went and, oh boy, will there be tears. Oh my. Tears in our season premiere."

As much as Wallace doesn't want to give too much away, he did reveal that all the clues you need have already been introduced: "Oh God, yes. In fact, as I watched this [current] episode, I got worried that you can figure out everything that's coming because I know, having read the scripts, but also all the clues are there if you've been paying attention. We've literally told you everything that's going to happen. Literally."

Wallace said there was enough time to tinker with the remaining season 6 eps because of the extra time that they had with the shutdown: "For instance, as in all of the Flash finales, we would have seen huge crowd scenes, but I think that all has to change. We have to go in and change things based on what we can and cannot do when production resumes. I guarantee you that'll allow us to come up with something we didn't come up with before, so maybe it's 75, 80 percent of the original scripts, and maybe 15, 20 percent new stuff?"

Grant Gustin as Barry Allen and Eric Nenninger as Joseph Carver in The Flash, courtesy of The CW.
Grant Gustin as Barry Allen and Eric Nenninger as Joseph Carver in The Flash, courtesy of The CW.

So with all of the drama that took place in both Iris and Barry's (and the network's) worlds, can the fans hope for a little TLC coming Barry and Iris' way next season? Sounds like Wallace is willing to give them something the fans know they deserve, at least for a little while: "A happy ending. Because I love happy endings. Don't worry, I know you've been through a lot this season, and I appreciate so much you hanging on,  especially after this really tough cliffhanger. It's bad enough to be in a pandemic, but when your favorite show stops in the middle of the storyline that you're invested in, I understand. It happened to me as a viewer watching shows during the writers' strike. But don't worry, there will be a happy ending.

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Ray FlookAbout Ray Flook

Serving as Television Editor since 2018, Ray began five years earlier as a contributing writer/photographer before being brought onto the core BC team in 2017.
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