There was an overwhelming response when it was revealed that he would be playing Henry Allen in the new series, Barry's father, who is framed for the murder of his wife and sent to prison. Barry spent all of season 1 on a mission to catch his mother's killer the Reverse-Flash and prove his father's innocence. At the start of season 2, Henry Allen is granted his freedom after over a decade behind bars.
This was their choice…not ours…it was done behind our backs and we both were literally blindsided by it when we woke up yesterday in NYC and LA. Such a shame. For his part, Shipp posted a Photoshopped version of one of the reunion photos, with he and Humes inserted among their former castmates James Van Der Beek, Katie Holmes and the rest of the gang.
Different people have different preferences in their lives. Some want people to recognize them for what they do in their career, and some want to present their personal life to the general people out there. But what that has done is given birth to several rumors regarding his sexuality as he is often labeled as a gay by the general minds. So let us find out if he is a gay or does he have the presence of a lady in his life to kick those rumors.
On January 20,teenagers found a new small-screen obsession when Dawson's Creek made its debut. It didn't take long for the series, which ran for six seasons, to become a bona fide pop culture phenomenon. On the 20th anniversary of its premiere, here are 22 things you might not know about Dawson's Creek.
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Scream writer Kevin Williamson created the concept and penned many of the scripts, inspired by his own life. The series launched the core four into the TV stratosphere and made them household names. Meredith Monroe, Kerr Smith, and Busy Philipps all joined the series in later seasons, but left lasting impressions on the audience as well.
No matter what Earth you live on, be forewarned that the following contains major spoilers from the Season 2 finale of The Flash. I figured that I was brought on for a number of reasons. One, there was still a very loyal fan base for the first show — including [ Flash executive producers] Andrew Kreisberg and Greg Berlanti and [DC Comics chief content officer] Geoff Johns, who informed me that they had been fans growing up with the first show and wanted to include me on some level. I figured once that was completed, and Barry had fully accepted his role as a superhero, my job was done.