The Flash Season 6’s finale episode has been changed according to The CW’s star Grant Gustin, but hopefully it’ll still be great.
The Coronavirus pandemic has caused chaos the world over, and that includes TV shows.
The CW shows have all been put on hiatus due to the pandemic, and it’s meant they’ve had to rejig things around.
This means that The Flash Season 6’s finale has been changed, and the show’s stark, Grant Gustin opened up about the changes to the finale episode.
He revealed these changes during a recent interview with TV Line in which he explained what’s happened with the finale
The Flash Season 6’s Finale episode has changed
Here’s what Grant Gustin told TV Line:
There was going to be a big Thawne cliffhanger at the end of what this season would have been, but that’s not going to be the cliffhanger we get. [Episode] 619, Success is Assured, is going to end up being our finale, so we’re going to have a different cliffhanger than originally planned. But the cliffhanger at the end of 619 does serve as a pretty good finale.
This means that The Flash Season 6’s ending will be pretty different to what was originally planned.
The Coronavirus pandemic has really done a number of The CW.
They’ve been forced to push back all of their shows.
It sounds like they’re going to have to change the endings of most, if not all the current seasons.
That means that Supergirl, Batwoman and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’s ending will be pretty different.
What do you make of this news?
Are you looking forward to The Flash Season 6’s finale episode?
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