The Flash season 6 to go on hiatus, Stargirl premiere pushed back

Lawrence Kim
March 29, 2020

With the producers unable to complete the season due to the shutdown, The CW has announced that The Flash will be going on hiatus, with its final season six episodes now slated to air sometime later in the year.

SupernaturalThe delay, meanwhile, has the added shame of occurring during the fifteenth season of the long-running series and has already released its latest episode for some time.

The network is deciding to air every episode of every show that was able to be completed before the shutdown, according to sources, meaning that episodes will continue to air as usual over the next couple weeks.

A few hours ago we discussed the already more realistic expectations of the studios not to resume the productions of their films until well into May.

The CW also has announced Season 2 of In The Dark Now is also now set to premiere on Thursday, April 16 at 9 pm in place of Legacies.

As the world weathers the storm of the global COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, the entertainment industry is being forced to make some major adjustments.

Of these shows, The flash It has already been on hold for a few weeks and now has enough episodes to hit May 19, especially since there was a planned hiatus.

Replacing it on Tuesday at 8 p.m. a series will come, "Stargirl", which will change the date of its television broadcast to May 19, that is, it is delayed a week and will take the place that the Barry Allen series will leave. "Stargirl" will now premiere one day after it debuts digitally on DC Universe platform, as its digital debut also moves up by a week. Hours, from 8:30 p.m.at 9 p.m. after the repeat of the Cupid Show.

The CW plans to air all finished episodes of its series.

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