Grant Gustin, who plays the nominal person in The Flash, is near marking a one-year agreement to return, as per Deadline. The organization still can’t formally report a reestablishment for the long-running DC series. The Flash, the longest-tenured Arrowverse shows up to this point, as the first Arrow went on for eight seasons. In any case, sources demonstrate that its next season could be its last.
The new agreement likewise accompanies a sizable raise for the entertainer whose compensation is allegedly close to USD 200,000 for every episode. Sources additionally let Deadline know that the impending season would have 15 episodes with Gustin playing the lead character Savitar. Previously, there were rumors about Gustin quitting the series. His statements didn’t help these rumors either. Last year on Michael Rosenbaum’s Inside of You Podcast, Gustin expressed: “I’m very aware, especially in certain moments, of how lucky I am and how different things could have gone up until this point. [But] there’s plenty of things that I feel like I’ve missed out on,” Gustin revealed. “The past four hiatuses now, I’ve had a hiatus project that has fallen through because of The Flash. There’s a lot of other opportunities out there because of scheduling conflicts.”
Concerning whether or not season 9 is the last, we will generally believe there’s a decent opportunity for that. Cutoff time, noticed that there was a long-term offer on the table for Gustin. Yet he went with the one-year agreement. This could give him greater adaptability assuming to decide whether to withdraw after season 9 or rethink by then.
New episodes of ‘The Flash’ season 8 will resume airing on March 9, 2022 from 8 pm.
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