No doubt, you have been waiting for the new season of The Flash, which is promising to be exciting. "Everything's about to change...again," this is how the official motto of Season 6 sounds. Unfortunately, no official synopsis for the upcoming season of The Flash has been revealed as of yet.
It's worth mentioning that the viewing audience of The Flash has drastically dropped compared to the show's debut. The current, fifth season premiere of The Flash has garnered over two million viewers (2.08) with a key demo/share 0.8/3, among adults (P18-49). The series, thereby, has lost about a third of the target audience (-27.04%) during the recent season premiere, and we regard such a decrease as a bad signal, what regards to the future of The Flash. The subsequent episodes of Season 5 have drawn less than two million viewers each, unless S5E12, which drew 2.039 million viewers.
On the other hand, also worth noting that The Flash Season 5 has been praised by both critics and viewers more than Season 4, that has eventually played in favor of renewal, in our opinion. The fifth installment of The Flash holds a score of 8.11/10 and a 94% approval rating from critics, while the viewers have rated the current season at 3.3/5 and have given a 61% approval rating, according to Rotten Tomatoes.
Altogether, The CW's management was satisfied with the current round of The Flash, and therefore the network opted to include The Flash Season 6 in the network's upcoming lineup. However, as mentioned above, the viewing audience of the series is gradually decreasing, which, in turn, points out the possible cancellation of The Flash. But still, we don't think it happens soon. Most likely, The Flash will be remaining on The CW's programming slate for much more seasons.
The Flash Summary
The story focuses on Barry Allen, a costumed superhero known as "The Flash" able to move at superhuman speed. Barry's father was unfairly accused in his mother's death. As a result, Barry devoted his entire life to the investigation of this case. The clues brought him to the S.T.A.R. Labs. Due to an explosion of a particle accelerator, Barry was struck by lightning.
As a result, he spent nine months in a coma. While awakening, Barry discovers an ability to move at incredible speed, which is impossible to any human. This ability allows him to turn into a superhero and come closer to the mystery of his mother's death.