Andrew Kreisberg Talks More on The Flash Finale and Season 2


The Flash Andrew Kreisberg sat down with Entertainment Weekly to talk about the events that took place in the season one finale from deaths, who’ll be returning in season two, when Killer Frost will actually happen, Hawkgirl’s appearance in the finale and a bit of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.

What does this mean for Tom Cavanagh? Will we actually see him next season, and if so, how?
Tom Cavanagh will continue to be a regular on Flash is all I am prepared to say.

Have we actually seen the last of the Reverse Flash?
On Flash, you’ve never seen the last of anybody, no matter what happens to them.

But we did get to see our first glimpse of Hawkgirl (Ciara Renée) as the singularity is happening.
How cool is that? Honestly, it was a last minute decision. I read somewhere online, it said, “CW confirms Hawkgirl not in Flash season finale.” I said, “That’s so weird that the CW put out this thing about it. I don’t remember anyone asking us about that.” Literally, when I read that, I was like, “Well, why can’t she be in the finale?” It really wasn’t part of it, but we already had this sequence designed where we were going to go around the city and have everybody look up into the sky and see the singularity. We were up there shooting the Legendspresentation, so Ciara was going to be there anyway. I asked our line producer, “Look, I know this is last minute, but is there anyway we could stage her as part of the crowd?” We picked up that shot. It’s just so much fun for us because it’s just yet another glimpse at what the future of these characters are going to be. We’re so excited to be working with Ciara. To have that first glimpse of her be here on The Flash was so exciting.

To read the full interview head over to Entertainment Weekly.

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