“Game of Thrones,” “Daredevil,” “Mad Max” and “Supergirl” also received multiple nominations from the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films.
The past, present and future collide in a season-ending cliffhanger marked by sacrifice and tantalizing new possibilities.
A team of Rogues teaches Barry Allen a harsh lesson while a team of heroes takes on the Reverse-Flash in what may have been the finest hour of superhero television this year.
In “Grodd Lives,” “The Flash” finally unleashes the terrifying ape that’s been lurking in the shadows since the first episode. And it’s amazing.
Team Flash discovers the truth about the Reverse-Flash, but Harrison Wells still has a few cards left to play.
A new threat who can be literally anyone makes Barry Allen look all sorts of stupid while the mystery of the Reverse Flash takes Detective West and Cisco to Starling City.
It doesn’t get much more Silver Age than this, as the Atom joins The Flash to face a decidedly retro foe.
An episode packed with revelations sees two generations of Tricksters, the identity of the man beneath the yellow mask, and Barry’s secret shared with two more people.
Barry Allen’s time jump changes the paths of several characters, leading to a new arrangement with the returning Captain Cold.
Things get very timey-wimey as a new Weather Wizard debuts and shocking secrets about the Reverse Flash are finally revealed.
General Eiling returns and the Firestorm plotline comes to a close — for now, at least — leading to one of the best final moments you’re likely to see.
Barry Allen stumbles his way through a new romance while attempting to solve the mystery of Firestorm, and Joe West and Cisco set out on their own investigation.