Season 8 of The Flash Episode 19 has been released in a special way

Season 8 of The Flash Episode 19 has been released in a special way

The Flash was first launched in the year 2014, but it has now been available on The CW. The Flash has gained widespread interest among the viewers during the series'' first phase, but the fandom has slowly faded as the series'' narrative gets confusing and dry.

Grant Gustin, Candice Patton, Danielle Panabaker, Rick Cosnett, Jesse L. Martin, Keiynan Lonsdale, Hartley Sawyer, Danielle Nicolet, Jessica Parker Kennedy, Chris Klein, LaMonica Garrett, Efrat Dor, Kayla Compton, and Brandon McKnight have all given their debut. The Flash series has already had 170 episodes.

Season 8 Episode 19 Honest Review

The Man In The Yellow Tie Barry is seen with Meena and he will be teaching her how to control her speed following the seeing that this episode, which we all believed, will focus on Meena learning how to control her speed, but as expected, this episode is not the plot.

. As we have seen in previous episodes, Eobard Thawne has returned to the present day and will be suffering from amnesia.

We can see that Barry does not trust this Thawne and that he will be thinking about all the possibilities that might arise because of him, but as the episode continues, we get to see that Meena is the actual villain here as she becomes the Reverse-Flash, and we are aware that it is not Thawne''s doing, because we can see that he has feelings for her.

Meena turns into Reverse-Flash, but it isn''t that straightforward for us as she had less screen time and we didn''t get the chance to have that proper connection with the character. But as we can see, Thawne is unhappy with Meena''s decision.

If you ask us well, make sure the story had been a lot better and more engaging. All the viewers are irritated by the story and the direction it is going on. When you watch the series, youll genuinely feel that the writer did not think thoroughly while writing the script.

With such a talented cast in their arsenal, t may be so much better, but the script writers are failing to use them properly, thus the fans lose interest in the series.

Where Can You Stream It?

The Flash is now available on The CW and Amazon Prime.

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