Beloved Character Return And Julian Causes Trouble In THE FLASH “Magenta” Previews

THE FLASH reveals new twists in “Magenta” previews!

Things are getting real on The Flash as big new moves for Season 3 become unraveled! First, Barry can’t keep changing the timeline, so he needs to learn how to fix the new one he’s created, even if some of those choices– like unintentionally killing off Cisco’s brother replacing Diggle’s daughter– are pretty gnarly. Next up, Doctor Alchemy is on the loose, bringing metahumans from Flashpoint into Barry’s current universe.

As if that wasn’t enough, the S.T.A.R. Labs crew is getting another huge curveball thrown at them this week. Take a look!

Yes, Jesse Quick is here in all here glory! Will she give Barry a run for his money?

A clip from the episode is giving us more of Tom Felton’s prickly but very intriguing Julian Albert (originally announced as Julian Dorn), whose just made a major breakthrough regarding those metahuman husks about town. Of course, he’s got a hot temper and it’s not long until that mixes with a new metahuman in a way that could get him and the CCPD into a lot of trouble!

“Magenta” airs tomorrow, October 18, 2016, on The CW.

Barry (Grant Gustin) and Team Flash are thrilled to reunite with Earth-2 Wells (Tom Cavanagh) and Jesse (guest star Violett Beane). Wells confides to Barry and Caitlin (Danielle Panabaker) that Jesse has all the powers of a speedster and has been saving people on his Earth. He is concerned about her safety and wants them to talk her out of using her powers. Meanwhile, Magenta, (guest star Joey King) a new meta who can control metal, terrorizes the city.

By Molly

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