The Flash Stunner: Original Regulars Tom Cavanagh & Carlos Valdes Out After Seven Seasons

The Flash could also be renewed for Season 8, however two of its most beloved stars are bowing out throughout The Flash Season 7.

Per Deadline, Tom Cavanagh and Carlos Valdes are out of the hit CW drama after seven seasons.

Valdes and Cavanagh have every been collection regulars because the collection debuted, however their statuses on the show will change as we head into the eighth season.

Deadline notes that Cavanagh, who performs Eobard Thawne/Reverse-Flash, amongst different characters, was set to finish his run on the collection on the finish of The Flash Season 6.

But COVID-19 scuppered these plans, and his ultimate episode as a collection common was on The Flash Season 7 Episode 3.

The excellent news for followers of the actor is that he has dropped right down to a recurring participant for the remainder of the present season.

It can also be stated that there are not any plans for Cavanagh to return to the collection past the present season, however he might return as a visitor star.

As for Valdes, who has performed Cisco because the collection premiere, his run on the show will conclude on the finish of The Flash Season 7.

“Tom and Carlos have been an integral a part of our show for seven seasons, and can be drastically missed,” The Flash govt producer/showrunner Eric Wallace stated in an announcement to Deadline.

“Both are unimaginable skills who created beloved characters that followers and audiences world wide have come to like. Which is why we’re fortunately holding the door open for return appearances.”

As we stay up for The Flash Season 8, Grant Gustin is already locked in, whereas fellow authentic collection regulars Candice Patton and Danielle Panabaker are negotiating offers to stay with the collection.

Cavanagh hinted at his exit over a 12 months in the past with a message on Instagram.

“It has been a pleasure creating and enjoying the myriad Wells that make up ‘Wells st’ on The Flash,” he stated in a submit.

“At instances brusque, sunny, capricious, and perpetually shameless, they may all the time be linked by a single unbreakable thread of gratitude.”

“My due to everybody on all sides of the display that makes up this wee superhero show of ours.”

The Flash stays a stable performer for The CW, which explains the early renewal.

The collection airs Tuesdays at 8/7c.

Remember, you may watch The Flash on-line proper right here through TV Fanatic.

Paul Dailly is the Associate Editor for TV Fanatic. Follow him on Twitter.



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