We got some info on the first few episodes as well as the TV ratings for the season premiere of The Flash.
The second season of the Flash has finally kicked off this week, but the TV ratings were not that favorable for the scarlet speedster. According to the TV ratings provided by TV by the Numbers, The Flash season two premiere dropped from half a point with just 1.4 rating from adults 18-49 category compared to its season one premiere. The Flash was on the 8PM schedule competing with NBC?s The Voice which is at the top spot with 2.2 TV rating, CBS? NCIS with 2.1 rating and ABC?s The Muppets at 1.6
Moving on to the episodes, we got the synopsis for the first two episodes of Season two, though the first episode has already been aired, this is a little guide to give you an idea on what is going to happen (thanks to Den of Geek for the info)
The Flash Season 2 Episode 1: The Man Who Saved Central City
BARRY DECIDES HE NEEDS TO PROTECT THE CITY ON HIS OWN ? Picking up months after the Singularity attacked Central City, Barry (Grant Gustin) is still struggling to forgive himself for Eddie?s death.? Concerned about putting his friends in danger, Barry has pushed everyone away and has chosen to protect the city on his own.? When a meta-human named Atom Smasher (guest star Adam Copeland) attacks the city, Iris (Candice Patton) tells Barry that he needs to let his friends help him protect the citizens of Central City.? Meanwhile, Cisco (Carlos Valdes) helps Joe (Jesse L. Martin) with his Meta Task Force.
The Flash Season 2 Episode 2: Flash of Two Worlds
INTRODUCING JAY GARRICK ? Jay Garrick (guest star Teddy Sears), a mysterious man from Earth-2, appears at S.T.A.R. Labs with a dire warning about an evil speedster named Zoom, who is set on destroying The Flash.? Barry (Grant Gustin) and the team must decide if they can trust this stranger even as they face yet another powerful meta-human.? Meanwhile, Joe (Jesse L. Martin) must deal with a determined officer named Patty Spivot (guest star Shantel VanSanten) who wants to join his meta-human task force.
You can still catch the second season of The Flash every Tuesday night at the CW.