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MAY
14
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CW's 'Flash' Teaser Trailer Debuts (Video)

The first official teaser for the anticipated spinoff debuts during the season finale of "Arrow."

The Flash Pilot Still Grant Gustin Suit - H 2014
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"The Flash"

The first teaser for The CW's The Flash is here.

Debuting during the latter half of Arrow's season-two finale, the promo was the first time viewers got to see Barry Allen (Glee's Grant Gustin) after he fell into a coma at the end of a two-episode appearance in November. It features Stephen Amell (as Green Arrow), passing the arrow, so the speak, to Gustin. As he fires off an arrow, The Flash catches it in the knick of time. "Show-off," scoffs the Arrow as The Flash celebrates in the distance.

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Barry was struck by lightning at the end of his Arrow arc, teeing up his eventual transition into the superhero known as The Flash. Though he has not appeared in any other Arrow episodes, he has been mentioned along with other members of S.T.A.R. Labs: bioengineering expert Caitlin, played by Danielle Panabaker, and mechanical engineering genius Cisco, played by Carlos Valdes, appeared in episode 19.

And in case you missed it, here is what The CW and studio Warner Bros. TV have previously released: The Flash's full costume and the first profile shot back in February.

The Flash is just one of two DC Comics-based series joining The CW slate for the 2014-15 season, the other being iZombie. The network unveils its fall schedule Thursday morning to ad buyers in New York.

PHOTO: 'Flash': Grant Gustin Takes Off in First Image of Full Suit

Joining Gustin, Panabaker and Valdes in the main cast are John Wesley Shipp (aka the original Barry Allen from the '90s series); Tom Cavanagh as physics "rock star" Harrison Wells; Jesse L. Martin as Detective West; Candice Patton as West's daughter and Barry's love interest, Iris; and Rick Cosnett as Detective Eddie Thawne.

Arrow's Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg and director David Nutter are executive producers on the spinoff. Berlanti, Kreisberg and DC Entertainment's Geoff Johns wrote the pilot, with Nutter directing. Melissa Kellner Berman serves as co-executive producer.

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