The FlashTVNews Team discusses The Flash's stellar first season.
An emotional wallop of a finale defies expectations by focusing heavily on the characters' relationships, slowly building towards a stunning climax.
A rushed cavalcade of fanservice has structural issues, but packs in so much fun that it's hard to criticize.
A distraction both in and out of universe deconstructs the secret identity by way of a horror movie, in which we go bananas over Grodd.
A thrilling episode powers through hefty exposition with adept focus, and propels the main storyline to exhilarating heights.
Another mini-crossover works wonders and everyone finally gets caught up on the main mystery in a solid return to form.
A potentially fun crossover is too little substance and too much of a stalling tactic for the real meat of the story.
A 90s throwback combined with brisk movement in the ongoing storylines is one of the most heavily stuffed but competent episodes of the show thus far.
The follow-up to a series best is one of the show's weakest, but is saved by exceptionally fun performances from the Rogues Gallery.
A shocking episode uses an old sci-fi trope to pull out all the stops, but to great effect.