Well, it appears there are a lot of things to look up to in the upcoming episodes of Flash Season 3.
"The Flash" has some surprises up its sleeves with the true identity of Savitar.
According to TV Line, Gustin seemingly hid the entirety of Savitar with his latest interview, saying that the characters will slowly be given an idea as to who the villain is. But I don't know how you would know this year. He tells her, "I knew you would come for me".
Grant Gustin, who plays Barry Allen, meanwhile told the publication, "It's not the same as the past reveals", explaining, "With Zoom and Reverse-Flash, the audience was starting to realize things before we all started to piece it together".
"He knows who Savitar is and it becomes a moral conundrum: Do Barry and the team let Abra Kadabra go in order to get Savitar's identity?" And when you do find out, it's like, 'Oh. My.
In a multi-authored story from Robert Venditti, Van Jensen, Brett Booth, Norm Rapmund, and Ron Frenz, the "Out of Time" and "The End of the Road" arcs from 2014 follows a Barry Allen from 20 years in the future who is blaming himself for the death of Wally West. The obsession with the future, consequences of interfering with fixed events, and Barry Allen struggling over the dilemma of killing his enemies - this was what the two-part "Gorilla City" episodes were all about - strongly echo the Blue Flash storyline. "No one knows this because we've kept it under wraps, but there's a surprise cameo, surprise crossover moment in the penultimate episode of Legends". If this theory is correct, there will be a The Future Flash vs Present Flash showdown in Season 3.
Katy Perry debuts politically charged video for 'Chained to the Rhythm'
In the four-minute video, the 32-year-old singer dons a Judy Jetson-esque white dress and rocks cotton candy pink hair as she heads to a futuristic, escapist theme park named Oblivia .
In episode 16, the much-hyped return of some deceased characters such as Eddie Thawne, Ronnie Raymond, and Captain Cold was revealed.
The March 21 episode of The Flash, "Duets", is a musical crossover with Supergirl, featuring Glee alum Darren Criss as Music Meister, who traps Barry and Kara (Melissa Benoist) in an alternate reality that operates like a movie musical.
The Flash Season 4 is already confirmed, and the CW is feeling good enough about it that they dropped that news in the middle of season three.
"Next season we're not going to have a speedster [as the main villain]", showrunner Andrew Kreisberg revealed during a panel at Los Angeles' PaleyFest on Saturday, where the stars and producers of The Flash, Arrow, Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow were gathered to celebrate the four CW shows.
Are you looking forward to the musical crossover or are you going to skip it?