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The sixth season of The Flash premiered on The CW on October 8, 2019, and concluded on May 12, 2020. It was announced on January 31, 2019.[1]

The season aired on Tuesday nights at 8:00 PM prior to Arrow in the fall, and DC's Legends of Tomorrow in the winter and spring.

It arrived on DVD and Blu-ray on August 25, 2020.

Synopsis

Reeling from the loss of Nora, Barry throws himself into work, defeating a record number of metas over the summer, while the rest of Team Flash deals with changes of their own – Cisco, having taken the meta-human cure, is no longer Vibe, Joe is now Captain of CCPD, D.A. Cecile Horton is now considering leaving the district attorney’s office, and Ralph Dibny is now searching for a missing heiress named Sue Dearbon.  But all of that is put on hold when Dr. Ramsey Rosso, intent on curing death, is overtaken by his own desperation and ambition giving birth to a new villain… Bloodwork.[2]

Cast

Starring

Special guest starring

Guest starring

  • Victoria Park as Kamilla Hwang and Kamilla Hwang's Mirrorverse doppelgänger (13/19)
  • Kayla Compton as Allegra Garcia and Maya (12/19)
  • Sendhil Ramamurthy as Dr. Ramsey Rosso/Bloodwork (9/19)
  • Patrick Sabongui as Chief David Singh and David Singh's Mirrorverse doppelgänger (4/19)
  • Brandon McKnight as Chester P. Runk (3/19)
  • Michelle Harrison as Dr. Joan Williams and Nora Allen† (3/19)
  • Eric Nenninger as Joseph Carver† (3/19)
  • Natalie Dreyfuss as Susan "Sue" Dearbon (3/19)
  • Natalie Sharp as Millie Rawlins/Sunshine (3/19)
  • Meera Simhan as Dr. Rachel Rosso† (2/19)
  • John Wesley Shipp as Jay Garrick and Barry Allen/The Flash† (2/19)
  • Emmie Nagata as Dr. Kimiyo Hoshi/Doctor Light (2/19)
  • Amy Pietz as Debbie Dibny (1/19)
  • Matt Ellis as Zak Zeal (1/19)
  • Danny Trejo as Josh/Breacher (1/19)
  • Carlo Rota as Remington Meister (1/19)
  • Ashley Scott as Helena Kyle/Huntress (1/19)
  • Audrey Marie Anderson as Mobius/Anti-Monitor (1/19)
  • Osric Chau as Dr. Ryan Choi (1/19)
  • Stephen Lobo as Jim Corrigan (1/19)
  • William MacDonald as Gene Huskk (1/19)
  • Damion Poitier as Keith/Goldface (1/19)
  • Andy Mientus as Hartley Rathaway/Pied Piper (1/19)
  • David Sobolov as the voice of Grodd (1/19)
  • Keith David as the voice of Solovar (1/19)
  • Briana Tedesco as young Maya (1/19)
  • Troy James as Peter Merkel/Rag Doll (1/19)
  • Andy Mientus as Hartley Rathaway/Pied Piper (1/19)
  • B.D. Wong as the voice of Godspeed (1/19)
  • Susan Walters as Carla Tannhauser (1/19)

Episodes

No. in series No. in season Episode title Written by Directed by Original airdate
115 1 "Into the Void" Eric Wallace & Kelly Wheeler Gregory Smith October 8, 2019
116 2 "A Flash of the Lightning" Sam Chalsen & Jeff Hersh Chris Peppe October 15, 2019
117 3 "Dead Man Running" Lauren Barnett & Thomas Pound Sarah Boyd October 22, 2019
118 4 "There Will Be Blood" Lauren Certo & Sterling Gates Marcus Stokes October 29, 2019
119 5 "Kiss Kiss Breach Breach" Kelly Wheeler & JoshuaV. Gilbert Menhaj Huda November 5, 2019
120 6 "License to Elongate" Thomas Pound & Jeff Hersh Danielle Panabaker November 19, 2019
121 7 "The Last Temptation of Barry Allen, Part 1" Jonathan Butler & Gabriel Garza Chad Lowe November 26, 2019
122 8 "The Last Temptation of Barry Allen, Part 2" Kristen Kim & Joshua V. Gilbert Michael Nankin December 3, 2019
123 9 "Crisis on Infinite Earths, Part 3" Story by: Eric Wallace
Teleplay by: Lauren Certo & Sterling Gates
David McWhirter December 10, 2019
124 10 "Marathon" Sam Chalsen & Lauren Barnett Stefan Pleszczynski February 4, 2020
125 11 "Love Is a Battlefield" Kelly Wheeler & Jeff Hersh Sudz Sutherland February 11, 2020
126 12 "A Girl Named Sue" Thomas Pound & Lauren Certo Chris Peppe February 18, 2020
127 13 "Grodd Friended Me" Kristen Kim & Joshua V. Gilbert Stefan Pleszczynski February 25, 2020
128 14 "Death of the Speed Force" Sam Chalsen & Emily Palizzi Gilbert Brent Crowell March 10, 2020
129 15 "The Exorcism of Nash Wells" Lauren Barnett & Sterling Gates Eric Dean Seaton March 17, 2020
130 16 "So Long and Goodnight" Kristen Kim & Thomas Pound Alexandra LaRoche April 21, 2020
131 17 "Liberation" Jonathan Butler & Gabriel Garza Jeff Byrd April 28, 2020
132 18 "Pay the Piper" Jess Carsen Amanda Tapping May 5, 2020
133 19 "Success Is Assured" Kelly Wheeler & Lauren Barnett Phil Chipera May 12, 2020

Production

Pre-production

On March 12, 2019, it was reported that Todd Helbing, who had been serving as showrunner for the past two seasons, would be stepping down his position with the intention of focusing on the development under his overall deal with Warner Brothers Television. Eric Wallace, who has been a co-executive and executive producer since the fourth season will take over the position as sole showrunner beginning this season.[3]

Filming

Filming for the sixth season began on July 2, 2019, and was scheduled to conclude for April 6, 2020.[4]

On March 13, 2020, The CW suspended production for The 100 and The Flash due to the coronavirus.[5]

Reception

Critical response

Ratings

Trivia

  • The season was originally set to consist of 22 episodes, with the season finale airing May 19; however, it was later shortened to 19 episodes, as the remaining three planned episodes were unable to be produced due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[6][7][5]
  • This was the only season to not receive a single 0.2 rating or sub-million viewership for any episode in the 18-49 demographic during The CW's 2019-20 broadcasting season.

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