"The Flash" features Barry Allen as a crime investigator who is motivated to find out who was responsible for his mother's murder, and in turn clear his father's name (as his father was incriminated for the murder). After a particle accelerator cataclysm spreads radiation through the city, Barry Allen finds that he has gained the power of being able to run at superhuman speed. The show's episodes treat how Barry devotes his energies to protect society from villains and evildoers who have similarly been endowed with superpowers by the particle accelerator accident.
At 11, Barry Allens life changed totally when his mom passed on in a monstrosity mishap and his pure father was sentenced her murder. Presently a wrongdoing scene agent, his commitment to take in reality about his moms passing drives him to catch up on each new logical progression and urban legend. At the point when his most recent fixation - an atom smasher proclaimed as a world-changing development - causes a blast, it makes an oddity tempest and Barry is struck by lightning. He rises and shines from a state of insensibility nine months after the fact with the force of superspeed. When he discovers that other people who have picked up forces utilize them for malice, he devotes himself to securing the honest, while as yet attempting to understand the more seasoned secret.
Grant Gustin, Candice Patton, Danielle Panabaker, Carlos Valdes, Tom Cavanagh, Jesse L. Martin, Keiynan Lonsdale, Tom Felton, and Grant Austin
Action, Adventure, Drama, Fantasy