Classic comic book hero The Flash has joined the CW’s small screen Arrow universe. Here’s where you can watch The Flash online in Australia.
Back in 2013, Warner Brothers announced a television show based on its iconic DC superhero The Flash would be aired on the CW network in the US. The show was developed by a list of sci-fi legends, including Greg Berlanti (Arrow, Legends of Tomorrow), Andrew Kreisberg (Star Wars: The Clone Wars, The Vampire Diaries) and Geoff Johns (Smallville, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice).
But thanks to the joys of international licensing, Aussies don’t get to watch this American TV show on broadcast TV. Fortunately, the brave new world of Internet TV has superhero fans well catered for. Read on to find out more about The Flash and the legitimate (and sometimes free) options you have for watching it now.
Barry Allen is a forensic scientist with a dark family past: His mother was killed and his father was framed for the murder. Since then, Barry has spent his entire life trying to figure out who murdered his mother so he can get his father out of jail. Until he gets struck by lightning and gains powers that will help him figure it out.
Released 7 October 2014
Where to Watch The Flash Season 2
In this season, The Flash needs to shut down access to a parallel universe before all hell breaks lose. Friends and foes from various points in time emerge to help and hinder Barry's mission.
Released 7 October 2015
When does The Flash air in Australia?
Season 3 of the Flash is airing now, with new episodes shown on Wednesday nights at 7:30pm on Foxtel Play. The show is also fast-tracked on iTunes shortly after it airs in the US.