The synopsis for the premiere episode of Flash season 7 was revealed and will include the return of Nash Wells along with a risky plan to help save Barry.

The synopsis for the season 7 premiere of The flash has been revealed, and confirms the return of Nash Wells. Nash Wells, the geologist and explorer, played by Tom Cavanagh, showed up in season 6. Wells appeared on Earth-1 in search of the substance called “eternium” and ran into his fair share of trouble along the way.

Wells eventually finds the Eternium in the sewers of Central City, but is trapped beneath the city before being rescued by Ralphy Dibny. He then accepts the help of Team Flash and also tells them that he knows how to reverse Barry’s fate that will come with the approaching Crisis. Later, Wells accidentally unleashes the Anti-Monitor and as a result becomes an Outcast forced to watch the Anti-Monitor destroy the multiverse in “Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Three”.

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Wells will be back in the season 7 premiere of The flash. The synopsis for the premiere episode, titled “All is well, ends well,” reveals that Wells will help save Barry from his impending doom. Apparently Wells will come up with a backup plan to save Barry after an experiment conducted to save Barry’s speed fails. Read the synopsis for the premiere episode below:

When an experiment to save Barry’s (Grant Gustin) speed fails, Nash Wells (Tom Cavanagh) searches for a way to save Flash and comes up with a dangerous plan. Meanwhile, Iris (Candice Patton) realizes something surprising within the Mirrorverse and Cecile (Danielle Nicolet) faces off against Rosa Dillon (guest star Ashley Rickards). Alexandra La Roche directed the episode written by Sam Chalsen and Lauren Certo (# 701).

Grant Gustin Barry Allen The Flash Atlantis

Season 7 of The flash It will premiere on The CW on March 3. The delay of The flash and all other Arrowverse series were announced in May last year due to the ongoing pandemic. As a result, season 6 was cut short for three episodes and the end. Last season’s finale saw one of the biggest battles yet and then left viewers with some great moments of suspense and unanswered questions. They will have to solve the problems in the Mirrorverse, the fate of Iris West, and a significant conflict with Eva McCullogh, who is now a major threat to the team. Fortunately, those questions should be resolved soon in Season 7. The flash Showrunner Eric Wallace previously stated that the shortened season 6 would affect the entire season 7. Initially, season 7 was scheduled to premiere this month, but the premiere was once again delayed to make room for the premiere of Superman and Lois.

After a long delay, The flash it’s finally around the corner. As if that wasn’t exciting enough, the synopsis offers more excitement as it provides more details of what’s to come. The synopsis, along with the posters for season 7, has enhanced what is sure to be another dramatic and action-packed season of The flash.

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Source: The CW

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