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The Flash: Season 4 (2017-2018)

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Critic Consensus: After an unsteady turn in season three, The Flash returns to its roots with a fourth season packed with humor, spectacle, and a whole lot of heart.

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With Barry/The Flash (Grant Gustin) voluntarily committing himself to imprisonment in the Speed Force, Iris (Candice Patton) forcefully leads a discouraged Team Flash in protecting Central City. However, a new villain emerges and threatens to destroy the city if the Flash doesn't come out to fight him. Against Iris' wishes, the team brings Barry out of imprisonment, though Barry seems incapacitated by his stay in the Speed Force. Later, the team realizes that by getting Barry out of prison, they played right into the hands of their new enemy, the Thinker (Neil Sandilands). Season 4 of "The Flash" also stars Carlos Valdes as Cisco Ramon, Danielle Panabaker as Caitlin Snow, Jesse L. Martin as Joe West, Keiynan Lonsdale as Wally West, and Tom Cavanagh as Harrison Wells. Danielle Nicolet, Jessica Camacho, Hartley Sawyer, and Katee Sackhoff make recurring appearances as Cecile Horton, Gypsy, Ralph Dibny, and Amunet Black respectively.

Cast

Grant Gustin
as Barry Allen/The Flash
Candice Patton
as Iris West
Danielle Panabaker
as Caitlin Snow
Carlos Valdes
as Cisco Ramon
Jesse L. Martin
as Det. Joe West
Tom Cavanagh
as Harrison Wells
Keiynan Lonsdale
as Wally West
Neil Sandilands
as The Thinker
Kim Engelbrecht
as The Mechanic
Katee Sackhoff
as Amunet Black / Blacksmith
Danny Trejo
as Breacher
Violett Beane
as Jesse Wells
Leonardo Nam
as Matthew/Melting Pot
Donna Pescow
as Dr. Sharon Finkel
Wentworth Miller
as Leo Snart/Citizen Cold
Richard Brooks (VI)
as Warden Gregory Wolfe
Emily Bett Rickards
as Felicity Smoak
John Wesley Shipp
as Jay Garrick
Jessica Parker Kennedy
as Nora West-Allen
Chelsea Kurtz
as Mia Chayton
Kendrick Sampson
as Dominic Lanse
Bethany Brown
as Janet Petty / Null
S. Leo Chiang
as Yakuza Baddie
Tiffani Timms
as Reporter #1
Vito D'Ambrosio
as Mayor Anthony Bellows
Derek Schnobb
as Passerby
Ken Camroux-Taylor
as Judge Hankerson
Tom Felton
as Julian Albert
Corinne Bohrer
as Zoey Clark
Devon Graye
as Axel Walker
Paul Batten
as Dr. Ortiz
Rob Compton
as Police Officer #1
Matthew James Dowden
as Christoph Banks
Bailey Corneal
as Detective Addie
Donald Heng
as Tim Kwon
Max Adler
as Jaco Birch
Mark Wynn
as Norvock
Oliver Rice
as Erik Frye
Fraser Aitcheson
as Prison Gang-Goon #1
Bernadette Saquibal
as Veronica Dale
Barbara Ellison
as Wealthy Elderly Woman
Mark Valley
as Anton Slater
Reese Alexander
as Prison Guard #2
Peter Chao
as Millennial
Jason Mewes
as Jay the Security Guard
Chad Riley
as Goon #2
Chad Bellamy
as Prison Gang-Goon #2
Raj Lal
as Driver
Tracy Trueman
as Dr. Foster
Derek Mears
as Sylbert Rundine
Arturo Del Puerto
as Edwin Gauss/Folded Man
Ryan McDonell
as Kurt Weaver
Lydia Sarks
as Female Client
Shayn Walker
as Police Armorer
Aliza Vellani
as Shelia Agnani
Corina Bizim
as Pizza Delivery Woman
Liam Hughes
as Young Barry
Sean Millington
as Prison Gang Leader
Sean Kohnke
as Police Officer #1
Stephen Amell
as Oliver Queen/Green Arrow/Dark Arrow
Jaren Moore
as Plumber
Victor Garber
as Dr. Martin Stein
Quinnie Vu
as Bank Teller
Craig Fraser
as Security Guard
Hannah Drew
as Bank Teller
Caity Lotz
as Sara Lance/White Canary
Zachary Gulka
as Security Guard
Chyler Leigh
as Alex Danvers
Laura Jaye
as Moderator
Nathan Barrett
as Pizza Dude
Sasha Rojen
as Young Iris
Michael Girardin
as Sweaty Gambler
Franz Drameh
as Jefferson Jackson/Firestorm
Panta Mosleh
as Peace Corps Volunteer
Samantha Hum
as Technician
Paul Blackthorne
as Quentin Lance
Patrick Rinehart
as A.R.G.U.S. Guard
Henry Mah
as Dealer
Adil Zaidi
as A.R.G.U.S. Scientist
Andrew Beha
as Restaurant Patron
Melissa Benoist
as Kara Danvers/Supergirl/Overgirl
Gary Peterman
as Security Guard #1
Russell Tovey
as Ray Terrill/The Ray
Brett Alexander Davidson
as Nazi Facility Guard
Lea Matina
as Server
Micah Steinke
as Nazi Soldier #1
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Critic Reviews for The Flash: Season 4

All Critics (19) | Top Critics (5)

The overall storyline plays out well over the 23 episodes, and most of the characters get something to do. A good return to form for The Flash.

February 17, 2019 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

A solid season but it's disappointing to see some of the supporting players sidelined here.

November 18, 2018 | Rating: 3.0/4 | Full Review…

Enriched with its compelling characters and intricate storytelling, the show remains a shining example of how superheroes on the small screen can easily compete with, and in many cases surpass, their big screen counterparts in terms of quality.

August 29, 2018 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

There's a lot that doesn't make sense. Like, a whole lot.

June 18, 2018 | Rating: 2.5/5 | Full Review…

Perhaps I'm the only one who feels this way, but the decision to dispense with the meat of the story to skip to the end seems pretty familiar, no?

April 24, 2018 | Rating: C+ | Full Review…

The Flash Season 4 episode 16, 'Run Iris, Run,' is one of the most exciting moments in series history.

March 26, 2018 | Full Review…

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