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The Flash Season 4: The Thinker Confirmed To Be The Main Villain

Following the renewal for a fourth season of The Flash, the CW show will now be going in a zone they have never gone before by introducing a non-speedster villain in the mix. Screen Rant reported that The Flash season 4 would see Clifford DeVoe aka The Thinker as the main villain. DeVoe’s involvement in the upcoming season was teased multiple times as he was counted amongst the greatest villains the Flash has ever fought. After speculations hinted that Barry himself would become the main villain in the new season, producers diverted the focus towards DeVoe. According to the outlet, DeVoe’s name came up in episodes titled Abra Kadabra and Finish Line. The outlet also stated that the supervillain’s name has not come up yet because no one was aware of him. READ MORE...

The Flash and Pretty Little Liars Headline the Teen Choice Awards Nominations

  The Emmys might boast all the prestige and drama, but we all know it's The Teen Choice Awards that host the flashiest shows from Pretty Little Liars to Teen Wolf to The 100 ; shows that don't get a lot of recognition from "adults" but have all the teens tuning in. Now, we've got the official first  ...Read More... http://www.tvguide.com/news/teen-choice-awards-nominees-this-is-us-flash-pretty-little-liars/?rss=breakingnews

The CW Sets Fall Premiere Dates for Flash, Supernatural, Dynasty, 7 Others

The CW is the second broadcast net to detail its premiere plan for the 2017-18 TV season (following big sisterCBS), and for the first time the network will let loose with all the pigeons during a single week. After playing host to the iHeartRadio Musical festival on Wednesday, Oct. 4 and Friday, Oct. 6, The [] http://tvline.com/2017/06/08/the-cw-premiere-dates-fall-2017-flash-riverdale/

The Flash: Everything You Need to Know About the Possible Season 4 Villain

  The Flash may have recently ended its third season, but we're already looking ahead to the future. That's because we have an idea of who the next villain might be. Clifford DeVoe, also known as Thinker, is reportedly going to be next season's big bad, according to TV Line . We previously noted the ...Read More... http://www.tvguide.com/news/the-flash-season-4-villain/?rss=breakingnews

Why The Thinker Is a Great Villain for 'The Flash' Season 4

After being hinted during the tail end of season 3, first by Kadabra and then by Savitar, the villain of The Flash season 4 has been officially revealed. Team Flash, whether being led by Barry Allen or not, will be facing off against Clifford DeVoe, otherwise known as The Thinker. TVLine has confirmed the news and The Flash will make good on its promises that season 4 won't have the gang face off against yet another evil speedster. This is just one small reason The Thinker will make an excellent villain for The Flash season 4. ...Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/the-flash/why-the-thinker-is-a-great-vil-64940.aspx

The Flash Scoop: Season 4 Villain Is Exactly Who You Think It Is Cast Him!

The following will come as little surprise to The Flash fans who were paying attention during the last six episodes of Season 3: Barry Allens next adversary once he finds his way out of the Speed Force prison, that is! will be Clifford DeVoe aka The Thinker, sources tell TVLine. (Reps for the [] http://tvline.com/2017/06/01/flash-season-4-villain-spoilers-thinker-clifford-devoe/

Are The CW Superhero Shows' Cliffhanger Endings Too Farfetched?

It didn't always used to be the case but recently The CW's superhero shows have aggressively gone after the goal of ending all their series on cliffhangers. While Arrow seasons 1 through 4 ended on pretty definitive notes, nearly every other series in the Arrowverse, except maybe Supergirl , has left fans in the lurch as it closed its seasons. This past season was particularly noticeable as (almost) every show (it is debatable if Supergirl ended on a cliffhanger or a tease) ended with some game-changing circumstance ... that will be undone incredibly quickly. The Arrowverse needs a cliffhanger intervention. ...Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/arrow/are-the-cw-superhero-shows-cli-64889.aspx

SideReel Power Ranking: Week of May 21, 2017

Lots of movement on the SideReel Power Ranking, a weekly look at the TV shows garnering the most attention on SideReel.com. The CW's Riverdale drops one spot to make room at the top for The Flash , which closed out its third season with a battle between Barry on Savitar. The third position went to TV's latest revival, Twin Peaks . Originally an ABC series, David Lynch's mystery-drama is back after 25 years and airing on the much more appropriate Showtime. Returning to the top 10 is Arrow , which made a massive 13-spot leap on the heels of its season finale, and the U.K. reality hit Just Tattoo of Us , which doesn't appear to be going anywhere, much like the tats these crazy participants are (sometimes reluctantly) getting.     Top 10 Shows on SideReel: May 21 - May 27   1 - The Flash ▲   2 - Riverdale ▼   3 - Twin Peaks ●   4 - 13 Reasons Why ▼   5 - Pretty Little Liars ▲   6 - Grey's Anatomy ▼   7 - Game of Thrones ▲   8 - Keeping Up With the Kardashians ▼   9 - Arrow ▲▲   10 - Just Tattoo of Us ▲▲     div.post p { text­align: justify; }

Should Caitlin Be the Big Bad of 'The Flash' Season 4?

With Killer Frost no longer "in charge" of Caitlin Snow, she kept her powers and is still tempted to turn evil and use them. She's no longer Caitlin, but no longer Killer Frost. She's someone else, with the powers to stop Barry. The Flash has already turned friend into a foe with Harrison Wells 1 AKA Eobard Thawne and with Jay Garrick / Zoom, but with Caitlin, it'd be different. She's been such a long, trusted ally of Team Flash, and her turning against them (not just temporarily, but for good) would be the perfect callback to the Killer Frost of the comics.   ...Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/the-flash/should-caitlin-be-the-big-bad-64855.aspx

Why H.R. Should Be the Last New Wells on 'The Flash'

Along with all the other tricks that The Flash has pulled off for the past three seasons, there has always been at least one new Wells each year. The Flash completely recognizes the acting talent they have in Tom Cavanagh and have asked the actor to play a plethora of different versions of ostensibly the same man. It's been a fun little running gag on The Flash , pun very much intended, but like Barry in the season 3 finale it's time for it to reach the finish line. H.R. Wells should be the last new Wells.   ...Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/the-flash/why-hr-should-be-the-last-new-64861.aspx