Premiering on The CW on October 7, 2014, The Flash ran for nine seasons and, alongside its progenitor Arrow, built what would become known as the Arrowverse, which included at least six different DC-based programs and multiple crossovers, providing at least 36 seasons of programming for the network. However, with new owners on board looking to make a quick buck, the end of The Flash looks to be the end of the Arrowverse as well.
At this point, I have not seen most of the abbreviated ninth and final season, which ended earlier this week. Ever since the Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover, I’ve been catching up once the season hit Netflix, which I’m sure I will do here as well. Whatever the actors move on to next, I’m sure I will be willing to give it a chance. Which is more than I can say for what is coming next on The CW.