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The Flash Season 5 and Arrow Season 7 home-entertainment release details revealed

Warner Bros. has announced the home entertainment release of season five of the DC superhero series’ The Flash which arrives on DVD, Blu-ray and digital on August 27th and the seventh season of Arrow which is set for release on August 20th, check out the cover artwork and special feature details below…

Just in time for the sixth season premiere of the highest-rated series on The CW, you will be bolting into stores to pick up The Flash: The Complete Fifth Season as Warner Bros. Home Entertainment releases the Blu-ray and DVD on August 27, 2019. Fans will be able to speed-watch all 22 electrifying episodes from the fifth season, plus the show’s 2018 Comic-Con Panel, three featurettes, deleted scenes, a gag reel and more! All three DC Crossover: Elseworlds episodes will be available only for fans who purchase the Blu-ray set. The Flash: The Complete Fifth Season is priced to own at
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Flash Season Five Zips onto Disc 8/27

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Burbank, CA – Just in time for the sixth season premiere of the highest-rated series on The CW, you will be bolting into stores to pick up The Flash: The Complete Fifth Season as Warner Bros. Home Entertainment releases the Blu-ray and DVD on August 27, 2019. Fans will be able to speed-watch all 22 electrifying episodes from the fifth season, plus the show’s 2018 Comic-Con Panel, three featurettes, deleted scenes, a gag reel and more! All three DC Crossover: Elseworlds episodes will be available only for fans who purchase the Blu-ray set. The Flash: The Complete Fifth Season is priced to own at $39.99 Srp for the DVD ($51.99 in Canada) and $44.98 Srp for the Blu-ray ($52.99 in Canada), which includes a Digital Copy (available in the U.S.). The Flash: The Complete Fifth Season is also available to own on Digital via purchase from digital retailers.

Shortly after defeating The Thinker, Barry Allen/The Flash and his wife,
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‘The Flash’ Season 5 Speeds to Blu-ray and DVD on August 27th

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has set August 27th as the release date for The Flash Season 5 on Blu-ray and DVD.

Inclusive on the Blu-ray edition only are all three DC Crossover: Elseworlds episodes.

Jessica Parker Kennedy (Black Sails) joins The Flash in Season 5 as Nora Allen, Barry and Iris Allen's daughter from the future. She's not there to merely meet her missing father, and her presence will set off a potentially devastating chain of events when Cicada (Chris Klein) begins hunting meta-humans.

Along with all 22 episode from the fifth season, the latest The Flash home video release includes the following bonus features:

The Best of DC TV’s Comic-Con Panel San Diego 2018

The Evolution of Killer Frost

Inside the Crossover: Elseworlds

Villains: Modes of Persuasion

Gag Reel

Deleted Scenes

Pre-order The Flash Season 5 on Blu-ray or DVD at Amazon.
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Stars Attend City Year Los Angeles’ 9th Annual Spring Break: Destination Education

Stars came out for City Year Los Angeles’ 9th annual Spring Break: Destination Education.

Simon Cowell, Terry Crews, and Rebecca King-Crews

Credit/Copyright: Rachel Murray/Getty Images for City Year Los Angeles

Spring Break: Destination Education is the organization’s largest fundraising event and celebration where A-list celebrities and industry insiders, along with their teens and tweens, came out in support of education in Los Angeles. The event featured a special performance by Brynn Cartelli, as well as food, games and interactive booths sponsored by top brands including Amazon, Aramark, Comcast NBCUniversal, E!, Jp Morgan Chase/Atom Tickets, Karma Tequila, Netflix, People, RealD, Sony, Spotify, Walmart, and Westfield.

The event was attended by 1,400 guests and raised $2.2 million.

City Year AmeriCorps members and supporters including Jonathan Adams, Sheldon Bailey, Jaylen Barron, Parker Bates, Garcelle Beauvais, Paxton Booth, Bre-z, Yvette Nicole Brown, Logan Browning, Janie Bryant, Dan Bucatinsky, Sierra Capri, Tia Carrere,
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New ‘The Flash’ Season 5 Episode 18 Delayed. It’s Not Airing Tonight March 26, 2019

Hey, The Flash fans. Unfortunately, we have some bad news for you guys in this report. It turns out that it's one of those times again where we have to tell you that your favorite show will not be airing tonight. Apparently, the show is taking a break because the next, new episode 18 isn't scheduled to air until Tuesday night, April 16, 2019 at approximately 7 pm central standard time. So, definitely be sure to mark that very important date down on your TV show calendars. So, what is The CW airing instead of The Flash tonight? Well, they are actually airing The Flash. It's just a freaking rerun though. They're re-airing the 13th episode of this current season 5, which is titled, "Goldfaced." CW's official description for it reads like this, "Barry (Grant Gustin) and Ralph (Hartley Sawyer) must go undercover as criminals in an illegal black market to purchase a device
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The Flash Season 5 Episode 17 Review – ‘Time Bomb’

Jessie Robertson reviews the seventeenth episode of The Flash season 5…

For some reason, I’m kinda shocked they haven’t used this episode title before…

So, there are two reasons you watch this episode tonight. Let’s cover the Cicada problem first. The death of Uncle Oren. Chris Klein, while not really stretching a lot, finally got an arc that he excelled at. Actually, that’s not fair. As the struggling parent figure in Grace’s life, I think he’s done a fine job. Once all his anger was gone, and his dark matter healed, he began to think like a parent again. I thought, perhaps, the scenario could go one of two ways: either he got his powers back and joined Grace, or she disposed of him. Once, he showed up in a “save her soul” type scenario, the choice was clear and it was a timely choice
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The Flash Season 5 Episode 17 Review: Time Bomb

Cicada 2.0 is here and she's more powerful than her uncle. Read our thoughts on this week's episode of The Flash!

This The Flash review contains spoilers.

The Flash Season 5 Episode 17

Whatever your thoughts on the protracted Cicada storyline, The Flash just pushed the villain in a powerful, and menacing new direction with Cicada 2.0. But tonight’s action-packed adventure, “Time Bomb,” also blew Nora’s mystery wide open, and even took a comedic turn close to the spider-verse, what with Ralph’s determination to bring Cisco’s girlfriend into Team Flash.

As we learned last week, the new Cicada is the future version of Grace, Orlin’s niece. Played by Sarah Carter, she is not only vicious, but also far more powerful than her uncle ever was. And as much as Chris Klein’s Cicada was growly and permanently pissed off, Grace conveys some major sanity issues – as well as interesting future tech,
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The Flash: Secrets of Cicada Revealed

Aaron Sagers Mar 19, 2019

There's a new Cicada in town on The Flash, and Sarah Carter told us all about her.

This article contains spoilers for The Flash if you aren't all caught up.

Just when it seemed Orlin Dwyer was about to lay down his dark matter dagger, a new Cicada buzzed their way into Central City last week to plague Team Flash. In a reveal at the end of the episode, fans learned the new version of the villain was none other than Grace Gibbons, Orlin’s niece from the future.

According to actor Sarah Carter, who plays the new Cicada, Grace is going to be an even bigger threat on The Flash beginning tonight, and “for the rest of the season.”

“She is more powerful than her uncle, she has skills he doesn’t have acquired in the future, and she is more vicious than her uncle,” says Carter.
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‘The Flash’: Sarah Carter on Stepping into Cicada’s Shoes & If Grace Can Be Redeemed

Warning: Spoilers below if you’re not caught up with The Flash On The CW series The Flash, Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) and Team Flash have used the meta-human cure on Orlin Dwyer (Chris Klein), aka Cicada, to strip him of the powers he’s been using on his mission to kill all of the meta-humans in Central City. And while the cure might have worked, it didn’t stop Cicada, as the even angrier and more determined adult version of his niece Grace (Sarah Carter) appears to have stepped into the suit, seeking her own revenge and …
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The Flash: Sarah Carter Teases Future Grace's Agenda, Cicada's New Threads

The Flash: Sarah Carter Teases Future Grace's Agenda, Cicada's New Threads
There’s a new Cicada out to bug Team Flash.

Just as Barry & Co. convinced Orlin Dwyer (played by Chris Klein) to be treated with the metahuman cure (and then get that nasty chest wound sewn up), S.T.A.R. Labs went on the fritz. Amid the chaos — and with Orlin still unconscious in the med bay — another Cicada surfaced to make much mayhem, zapping and lobbing heroes to and fro. The new Cicada ultimately spirited Orlin away to a remote cabin, where we discovered that beneath this hood was a grown-up version of Dwyer’s niece, Grace, who
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"The Flash: Failure Is An Orphan"

"The Flash" episode "Failure Is an Orphan", directed by Viet Nguyen, airs March 12, 2019 on The CW:

"...with the 'meta-human' cure ready to use, 'Barry' (Grant Gustin) and 'Team Flash' must figure out a way to subdue 'Cicada' (Chris Klein) long enough to take it. 

"Then 'Killer Frost' (Danielle Panabaker) steps in to help with the plan. Meanwhile, 'Joe' (Jesse L. Martin) eases back into work and 'Nora' (Jessica Parker Kennedy) isn't happy about the way her dad plans to stop Cicada..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "The Flash: Failure Is An Orphan"...

More "The Flash" Here
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The Flash Season 5 Episode 16 Review – ‘Failure is an Orphan’

Jessie Robertson reviews the sixteenth episode of The Flash season 5…

And how many Fathers does success have??

The Good:

Jessica Parker Kennedy. That is all.

No, sorry, the deeper we get into the season, the more and more her character is layered and human and likeable. This actress (playing Nora Allen) is doing a killer job. When we first see her tonight, she’s trying to get info from Thawne on what exactly is happening and once she gets the answer, she’s a maniac in the Star Labs war room, going through every option possible and handles this scene with her typical frenetic energy. Once her Mom and Dad show up and steal her away to Jitters, we get that fun Allen family feeling when they have a “bucket list” of sorts of all the things they want to do with her before she has to leave once Cicada is defeated.
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The Flash Season 5 Episode 16 Review: Failure is an Orphan

That was anticlimactic.

The hype was strong over The Flash Season 5 Episode 16, and promotional media had promised us one of the best episodes of the season, with a shocking twist ending.

Instead, what we got was two-thirds of a filler episode, finished off with a reveal I’m fairly sure almost all Flash fans saw coming.

It always hurts to be critical of The Flash -- there are many excellent and endearing elements about it. But even with the deliverance of incredible installments like The Flash Season 5 Episode 15, the reality is this: The Flash sometimes wholly misses the mark.

This was one of those times.

Related: The Flash Season 5 Episode 15 Review: King Shark vs. Gorilla Grodd

In some ways, the reveal of Grace being the true Cicada villain was a relief. Dwyer (Chris Klein) has been an underwhelming and one-note villain with little charisma. That lack of charisma has caused the plot to stagger severely,
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Watch a clip from tonight’s episode of The Flash – ‘Failure is an Orphan’

The CW has released a clip from tonight’s episode of The Flash season 5, entitled ‘Failure is an Orphan’; watch it here…

See Also: Promo and images for The Flash Season 5 Episode 16 – ‘Failure is an Orphan’

The Meta-cure Is Ready To Use On Cicada – With the meta-human cure ready to use, Barry (Grant Gustin) and Team Flash must figure out a way to subdue Cicada (Chris Klein) long enough to take it. Killer Frost (Danielle Panabaker) steps in to help with the plan. Meanwhile, Joe (Jesse L. Martin) eases back into work, and Nora (Jessica Parker Kennedy) isn’t happy about the way her dad plans to stop Cicada.

The Flash season 5 airs on Tuesdays on The CW.

Photo Credits: The CW

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Promo and images for The Flash Season 5 Episode 16 – ‘Failure is an Orphan’

The CW has released a promo and batch of images for next week’s sixteenth episode of The Flash season 5, entitled ‘Failure is an Orphan’; check them out here…

See Also: The Flash Season 5 Episode 15 Review – ‘King Shark v. Gorilla Grodd’

The Meta-cure Is Ready To Use On Cicada – With the meta-human cure ready to use, Barry (Grant Gustin) and Team Flash must figure out a way to subdue Cicada (Chris Klein) long enough to take it. Killer Frost (Danielle Panabaker) steps in to help with the plan. Meanwhile, Joe (Jesse L. Martin) eases back into work, and Nora (Jessica Parker Kennedy) isn’t happy about the way her dad plans to stop Cicada.

The Flash season 5 airs on Tuesdays on The CW.

Photo Credits: The CW

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New Promo For The Flash Teases The Final Showdown With Cicada

Normally, we see superhero shows dispatch of their big bads during their season finales. In the case of The Flash, Reverse-Flash, Zoom, Savitar and the Thinker were each dealt with in the 23rd episode of their respective seasons. But when it comes to Cicada, it looks like he may exit a little earlier than his predecessors.

I first thought this to be a possibility once the network released the official synopsis for “Failure is an Orphan” a few weeks ago. And now that the first promo for said episode has debuted (seen at the top), I feel like that suspicion has been validated in some sense.

Of course, the producers could just be yanking our chain, but I’m not sure how much more there is to explore with the Cicada character. Plus, it also looks like the overarching narrative is about to transition to a different antagonist, that perhaps being Eobard Thawne.
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New Photos From The Flash Tease Pivotal Showdown With Cicada

Love him or hate him, Cicada has proven to be quite the omnipresent threat on The Flash this season. And though he’s chalked up more losses than, say, the Reverse-Flash or Zoom, the team at Star Labs have yet to find a way to definitively deal with him.

Actually, that may change next week when the gang finally put the finishing touches on the metahuman cure in the oddly titled “Failure is an Orphan.” And though my gut tells me they’ll fail in their attempt and this thing will be dragged on until the season finale, you never really know when a curveball will be thrown. Therefore, we can’t rule out this confrontation being for all the marbles.

Offering us a look into the crystal ball now are a dozen photos taken from said installment, each of which can be viewed in the gallery below. Fortunately, they
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The Metahuman Cure Awaits Cicada In New Synopsis For The Flash

If I were to make any observation about The Flash‘s current big bad, Cicada, it’s the he’s less a thorn in the side of the Star Labs crew and much better at racking up losses before escaping at the last second. To use a pro wrestling term, he’s more of a “jobber” than Reverse-Flash, Zoom, Savitar and the Thinker ever were.

Well, if all goes according to plan, Cicada’s going to get that metahuman cure being worked on by Cisco and Caitlin since the midseason premiere. Here, take a look at what awaits us in the bizarrely titled “Failure is an Orphan” after we have time to come down from the King Shark-Gorilla Grodd fight:

The Meta-cure Is Ready To Use On Cicada — With the meta-human cure ready to use, Barry (Grant Gustin) and Team Flash must figure out a way to subdue Cicada (Chris Klein
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‘Benchwarmers 2: Breaking Balls’ VOD Review

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Stars: Chris Klein, Chelsey Reist, Jon Lovitz, Jonathan Silverman, Liam Hughes, Zak Santiago, Lochlyn Munro, Garfield Wilson, Elizabeth Bowen, Lisa Durupt, Chris Gauthier, Peter Graham-Gaudreau, Zachary Gulka, Benita Ha, Crystal Lowe, Lee Majdoub | Written by Stephen Mazur | Directed by Jonathan A. Rosenbaum

Ben McGrath (Chris Klein) had major league potential playing professional baseball, but his hopes to play ball literally get crushed. Down on his luck, Ben gets another swing at redemption as a new attorney for Schmood & Associates. His unorthodox boss, Mel (Jon Lovitz), convinces him to manage their eclectic softball team full of misfits and strikeouts. Together, will they have enough spirit to rally and win it all?

Ok, so The Benchwarmers didn’t set the world on fire but I did enjoy the ridiculous underdog film for what it was – a stupid, laugh out loud comedy product from the “Happy Gilmore” factory of filmmaking. In the grand
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The Flash Season 5 Episode 13 Review – ‘Goldfaced’

Jessie Robertson reviews the thirteenth episode of The Flash season 5…

This is waaaay better than Goldmember……

The Good:

The Flash is funny again! With Ralph and Barry teaming up as the scum of Central City to find a special item in their quest to defeat Cicada, you brought the funny again. No Cisco for the 2nd time in 3 weeks which sucks, but these two hamming it up as baddies really sets the mood and reminds you why this show was so successful early on. Ralph with one liners all over the place and Barry’s story as “The Chemist” was fantastic. On the side, we have Nora trying desperately to cover up her secret pact with Thawne by keeping Sherloque distracted….with love (Thawne’s idea). It works, as he becomes sidetracked by a former ballet dancer named Renee Adler (get it?) but his brilliant deduction skills make him come off more like a stalker.
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