'The Flash' Season 6 Episode 19: Explosive finale on the cards as Barry and team take on Black Hole

The Season 6 finale of 'The Flash' promises to be an explosive and action-packed one

                            'The Flash' Season 6 Episode 19: Explosive finale on the cards as Barry and team take on Black Hole
Barry Allen/Efrat Dor in 'The Flash' (Dean Buscher, CW)

Tensions are about to reach a breaking point in the Season 6 finale of 'The Flash'. Titled 'Success Is Assured', Team Flash is all set to take on Black Hole and Eva McCulloch (Efrat Dor). There are a lot of things to be sorted out first, as Iris (Candice Patton) is withering away in the Mirrorverse, and Barry's powers are almost negligible.

Tom Cavanagh, Hartley Sawyer and Natalie Dreyfuss (Colin Bentley/The CW)

In the promo for the episode, Joseph Carver (Eric Nenninger) tells Barry (Grant Gustin) that Iris might not have much time left. Eva McCulloch had escaped from the Mirrorverse two episodes ago with the help of Mirror Iris, who procured Bloodwork's blood to set her free. Everyone else is collateral damage, as Eva just wants to bring down her husband, Joseph Carver. Barry is the most alone he has ever been, as he's without Iris and Joe West (Jesse L Martin) is in the Witness Protection program. Kamilla (Victoria Park) is in the Mirrorverse as well.

There's a definite sense of gloom in the air, but of course, after Barry gives one of his famous pep talks in his previous episode, and says that Eva hasn't taken them head-on yet. Will they be able to win this battle? Considering that they're all emotionally drained, not to mention Barry barely has his powers and we saw how easily Eva got the better of him in the episode 'Liberation', using the help of Mirror Iris, who unfortunately burst into millions of pieces at the end of the episode. Eva is dangerous, as she has already proved. And, Black Hole is known for their deadly weapons. Will Team Flash be able to defeat Eva?

In the new photos from the episode, we can see Team Flash trying to take down Eva McCulloch and her sinister squad. The lighting is eerie and red, so we are promised a couple more heart-stopping moments. The synopsis of the episode reads, "Barry considers a risky plan to save Iris from the Mirrorverse; Ralph attempts to stop Sue from making a grave mistake that could destroy her life."

Grant Gustin in 'The Flash' (Dean Buscher/The CW )

Well, yay for Sue Dearbon (Natalie Dreyfuss). What does this episode mean for Team Flash? Will they put an end to Eva?

Tune into 'The Flash' on Tuesday at 8 pm. 

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