15 Things We Know About The Flash Season 4

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7. New Season, New Heroes - Meet The Elongated Man

New Season, New Heroes - Meet The Elongated Man
After having seen a lot of villainous meta-humans in the past seasons, it's time for some good ones. Hartley Sawyer will be recurring as DC Comics' Ralph Dibny a.k.a. the Elongated Man!

Ralph can stretch his body to superhuman length and sizes while working as a private investigator. According to CW, Ralph will help Team Flash solve one of Central City's greatest mysteries.

8. Julian Albert M.I.A.

Julian Albert M.I.A.
While we'll see plenty of new faces this season, one familiar face isn't coming back. Tom Felton, who joined The Flash Season 3 as Julian Albert, is confirmed to not be appearing in the new season as of right now.

Even though he formed a bond with Caitlin Snow during her rough Killer Frost period, Felton's character won't be seen. Fingers crossed for a guest spot in the second half of The Flash Season 4? Speaking of Caitlin...

9. Caitlin Snow/Killer Frost Will Have a Good Season

Caitlin Snow/Killer Frost Will Have a Good Season
Danielle Panabaker has been cryptic about what we can expect of Caitlin as well as Killer Frost in The Flash Season 4. At Comic-Con, the actress assured fans of both sides of her character that The Flash Season 4 will be good for Caitlin.

"Those who love Caitlin Snow won't be disappointed and those who love Killer Frost won't be disappointed."

Only time will tell what that exactly means, but be sure to tune in if you're a Caitlin/Killer Frost fan!

10. Iris West To Lead Team Flash

Iris West To Lead Team Flash
If you're an Iris West fan, then get ready to see more of her this season. In Barry's absence, Iris will be taking over as the leader of Team Flash, for the sake of Central City, but also while her heart heals.

In a Comic-Con interview, Candice Patton talked about Iris's new role while she deals with Barry's absence.

"She's had to sort of step into the role that Barry left. It's a way of distracting herself too. She's obviously depressed and sad that Barry's gone, not sure when he's going to come back, so it's a good distraction for her to be the leader.

She deals with that in her own way, I think you'll see a very different Iris in Season 4; she's almost hardened and a little more pessimistic, and is kind of like, we gotta move forward, we gotta just keep moving. We don't know if Barry's coming back, we can't deal with that, all we can deal with is protecting the city."

11. Katee Sackhoff Is Joining The DC TV Universe

Katee Sackhoff Is Joining The DC TV Universe
The DC TV shows have a lot of butt-kicking ladies, and this year another one is coming to The CW. Katee Sackhoff (Battlestar Galactica) will play the villainous DC character Blacksmith, who will recur in The Flash Season 4.

As one of the iconic Rogues from the comics, The CW describes their take on Blacksmith as follows:

"Amunet Black a.k.a. Blacksmith, a steely and badass boss of an underground black market for supervillains.

Amunet uses every means possible, including the long list of metahumans under her thumb, to ensure her illicit enterprise thrives."

She'll make her debut in episode 5 which will be a female centric episode. Speaking of that episode, that brings us to another exciting thing in The Flash Season 4...

12. Ger Ready For A Girls Night Out

Ger Ready For A Girls Night Out
In episode 5, titled "Girls Night Out", we'll see Arrow's Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards) guest-star for a, as the title says it, girls night out. Supposedly we'll see several female characters hanging out in 4.05, including Sackhoff's Blacksmith.

Could it maybe be for a bachelorette party for a certain Ms. West? More on that later.

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