“The Flash” is on hiatus this winter and is set to return to the screen on January 24, 2017. Nonetheless, “The Flash” the new trailer for Season 3 Episode 10 has just been released.
The season is clear to have adapted the “Flashpoint.” After changing everyone’s lives with messing time, Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) just can’t be tamed. In "The Flash" Season 3 Episode 10, instead of returning to the past, Barry vibes to the future and continues to mess with the time.
In the last Episode 9, Barry arrived five months in the future just to witness the evil Savitar killing his loved one, Iris. Jay Garrick (Teddy Sears) told Barry that the future is not fixed. So, Barry came up with the idea yet again to mess with time to save his dear Iris. With the title "Borrowing Problems from the Future," it depicts Iris' death in the future.
Meanwhile, showrunner Aaron Helbing told TV Line that fans shouldn’t assume that Iris’ death isn’t part of Savitar’s prophecy. “The future is malleable,” the EP noted. “Anything can happen.”
In the trailer, Barry tells his girlfriend that “The future has changed. I saw Savitar murder you.” Iris doesn’t take the news well of course. But Barry swears to her that he will protect her. Barry then teams up with Iris’s brother Wally dressed as Kid Flash. Barry said “Iris needs a hero right now, Wally. We can prove that we can alter the future here and now.” Their first goal is to catch the people who is thought to be Deadshot but is actually a comic character named Jared Morillo, a.k.a. Plunder, according to Movie Pilot.
With the presumed death of Iris West (Candace Patton), Barry just can’t keep a straight head. Of course, Iris is Barry’s long love interest in the series. So with Cisco (Carlos Valdez), he tries to go to the future to find out when they can stop Savitar from killing Iris.
“The Flash” is really all about saving Iris in this season as Grant Gustin had posted on his Twitter last Dec. 8. Watch the full trailer below.
Believe me, all Barry is thinking about right now is saving that woman.
— Grant Gustin (@grantgust) December 9, 2016
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