The Flash’s surprising 5th season has kept fans at the edge of their seats and the wait for the sixth season has already begun. Some have been wondering whether we’ll get The Flash Season 6 at all, but CW has already confirmed that a sixth season is indeed happening. If you’re wondering about the update, cast and the plot of the upcoming season, you’re at the right place because that’s exactly what we’ll be discussing in this post so get ready.
Before we begin, I want to let you all know that this post may contain a bunch of spoilers from the show as well. If you don’t want to get spoiled, I suggest that you stop reading the post here. However, if spoilers don’t bother you, we can get started.
If you’re wondering when The Flash Season 6 will air, you’ll probably be disappointed to know that it won’t happen for quite a while. We have no official update yet, but of course, we can still speculate. All the five previous seasons of The Flash have aired between October 4 and October 10, so there’s our first hint on when we can expect the show to air.
We expect The Flash Season 6 to drop around Tuesday, October 1 or October 8, 2019. As far as the cast goes, we are pretty sure that all the major cast members are going to return to the show. There may be a few surprise casualties that may miss out on being in the next season, but we expect the main ones to be there regardless.
Updated on 16 May 2019:
The fifth season has finally concluded, and we have seen a lot of ups and downs towards the end. We saw Cicada 2 trying to hurt the meta-humans, but Team Flash managed to stop him. Also, Reverse Flash’s appearance in the last episode was a delight to watch. However, after the season concluded, fans were curious to know about the future.
Well, there will be a sixth season of The Flash, and it will continue where it left. We have heard “Crisis on Infinite Earths,” since the show debuted. However, the sixth season will finally lean towards the new theme. The sixth season is supposed to premiere in Fall 2019, with the other Arrowverse shows. While Oliver’s story will conclude after the eighth season of Arrow, Batwoman will be the CW’s effort to fill the void.