‘The Flash’: Season 9, Episode 10 Release Date & Preview

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The Flash is a superhero show that first premiered on the CW TV network in 2014 as a spin-off of another superhero show of that era, Arrow. The show follows the story of Barry Allen, a forensic scientist who gains superhuman speed and abilities after being struck by lightning. Now, with superhuman powers, Barry dedicates himself as the protector of Central City and, more importantly, the Multiverse.

The Flash stars Grant Gustin as Barry Allen/Flash, with Candice Patton portraying Iris West. The West-Allen family now needs to juggle their family with the new dangers threatening the betterment of the Universe. Of course, Team Flash includes Cecile, Allegra, Chester, and Khione, and their support will be instrumental in defending Earth-Prime.

The Flash: Season 9, Episode 10 release date

Episode 10 of The Flash Season 9 will air on Wednesday, May 3. The series follows a weekly schedule and airs every Wednesday simultaneously. The series took a three-week hiatus, but we believe there won’t be any more pauses. The tenth episode’s title is “A New World, Part One.” The release schedule is as follows:

  • Pacific Time (PT) – 5:00 p.m
  • Central Time (CT) – 7:00 p.m
  • Eastern Time (ET) – 8:00 p.m
  • United Kingdom (GMT) – 01:00 a.m 
  • Central Europe (CET) – 02:00 a.m

The Flash Season 9, Episode 10 preview

One of the biggest episodes of season nine just aired on CW, marking the return of Oliver Queen as Spectre and Green Arrow to the Arrowverse. This episode, in particular, followed a similar path to The Flash series, doing a lot of callbacks to other Arrowverse shows and characters from the earlier seasons and even fixing some confusing instances from the past.

Oliver Queen and Diggle’s cameos in the recent episode cleared some things from the Arrow series and pushed Barry’s character development in the right direction, which is cool to see. Barry has struggled a lot during the season, and the show dealt with it well, most of the time.

Barry and Iris have been the staples of this show for years, and that’s present this season, with supporting characters of Team Flash not doing that much but exploring their own storylines, which are regarded as small side stories of the show.

Supporting characters aren’t overbearing, but it seems that there is a lack of action in The Flash this season. The supporting characters like Allegra, Chester, and Cecile don’t have that much to do, and the show focuses on their personal lives, which isn’t the strongest part of the show. However, the 


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This will probably change with the show’s last four episodes, and it’s obvious that the showrunners are setting up something big for the ending of the series.

Personally, Khione is the biggest disappointment whose character could do much more, and it seems that the episode “It’s My Party and I’ll Die If I Want To” kickstarted Khione’s arc fully. 

Season nine, episode ten, titled “A New World, Part One,” will focus on Iris, whose career will be at the center, while Barry will disappear. Barry will try to get home, but he will meet people from his past on his journey. Meanwhile, Khione will continue exploring her powers, while Chester will develop Allegra’s superhero suit. 

Interestingly enough, the special guest stars listed for the episode are Rick Cosnett, who portrayed Eddie Thawne in The Flash season one. He was only second to Joe, discovering the existence of meta-humans in Central City, and one of the first people outside of Team Flash who knew of Flash’s secret identity. Eddie Thawne sacrificed himself to erase Reverse-Flash, (his ancestor) from existence to save Central City and the world.

He was also Iris’s boyfriend in the first season before she ended up with Barry, but it is really interesting how showrunners will implement his character within season nine storylines. We did speculate there will be a lot of cameos before the end of the show, and Eddie Thawne is quite symbolic since he was the first true victim in The Flash series.

Nevertheless, we will have to wait and see what happens on May 3rd, which will mark the beginning of a special two-episode event where Barry and Iris must save each other once again.

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