What’s up with the Flash? Only iflix knows

movie & TV July 12, 2017 01:00

By The Nation

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If you don’t subscribe to iflix, you’ll miss out on all-new seasons of the global hit DC Super Hero TV series “Arrow” and “The Flash”.

The series will launch on iflix just two weeks after their US season finales, with subscribers in Thailand also now able to stream or download the complete “Arrow” Season 5 and “The Flash” Season 3. 

The fifth instalment of “Arrow” finds newly appointed Star City Mayor Oliver Queen (played by Stephen Amell) fighting off challenges on two fronts. 

With Diggle back in the military and Thea adamant about hanging up her hood as Speedy, Team Arrow is down to just Oliver and Felicity – but they’re no longer the only vigilantes in town. 

The Green Arrow’s public victory over Damien Darhk at the end of Season 4 has inspired a new crop of masked heroes to step up to defend the city. But their inexperience makes them handicaps rather than allies in the field. 

The arrival of a deadly new adversary will force Oliver to confront questions about his own legacy, both as mayor and as the Green Arrow.

In the Season 3 premiere, Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) is living his dream life – his parents are alive, he’s asked Iris West out on a date, and he can finally be a normal guy, since Central City has another speedster, Kid Flash, running around saving citizens. 

However, when Barry starts forgetting parts of his old life, the Reverse-Flash taunts his nemesis, warning him there will be serious repercussions for Barry and his loved ones if he continues to live in this alternate universe. In addition to losing his memory, his powers will also start to fade. 

When disaster strikes, Barry must decide if he wants to continue to live in this world as Barry Allen or return to his universe as the Flash. 

Based on the characters from DC, “Arrow” and “The Flash” are produced by Bonanza Productions in association with Berlanti Productions and Warner Bros Television. 

Now available to a billion consumers across 18 territories throughout Asia, the Middle East and North Africa, iflix fare includes many first-run exclusives and award-winning programmes. 

A subscription allows the user to access the service on up to five devices – phone, laptop, tablet or television set. 

New subscribers get a free one-month trial with full access. Go to www.iflix.com or download the app from the Google Play or Apple App Store to register.