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Los Angeles, Nov 30 (PTI) Production on The CW superhero series “The Flash” has been put on hold after a team member in Vancouver tested positive for coronavirus.According to Deadline, the asymptomatic diagnosis was confirmed through the rigorous testing protocols implemented by the show”s studio Warner Bros TV for all of its production employees.
Contract tracing has been initiated following the diagnosis.
The studio is currently evaluating adjustments to the production schedule in order to resume filming without the affected employee and potential close contacts, who are self-isolating, a source said.
“The Flash” was among a number of series filming in Vancouver whose start of production schedule was delayed because of a backlog at a local lab processing COVID-19 tests.
Starring Grant Gustin as Barry Allen aka The Flash, the show was renewed for a seventh season in January 2020.
The new chapter will also see series stars Candice Patton, Danielle Panabaker, Carlos Valdes, Danielle Nicolet, Efrat Dor, Tom Cavanagh, and Jesse L Martin return.
Actors Brandon McKnight and Kayla Compton were promoted to series regular from their recurring status in season six. PTI RDS RDS
Today is Danielle’s birthday, so a happy birthday from us!
Over the course of six seasons, The Flash slowly came to focus Caitlin Snow’s storylines around her Killer Frost persona rather than her love life. This was apparently the result of the writers responding to actress Danielle Panabeker’s growing dissatisfaction with her role and fan jokes about the show’s writing becoming predictable after the first three seasons.
Dr. Caitlin Snow was introduced into the Arrowverse in the season 2 Arrow episode “The Man Under The Hood,” as a STAR Labs employee who was clearing out the inventory of their Starling City site when it was burglarized by Deathstroke. She was later brought into The Flash series and revealed to be the medical doctor who had cared for Barry Allen while he spent nine months in a coma after being struck by lightning on the night the STAR Labs particle accelerator exploded. Beyond helping Barry to master his super-speed powers and protect Central City from the rising threat posed by metahuman criminals, Caitlin’s story in season 1 largely centered around her mourning her fiancee Ronnie Raymond, who apparently died in the particle accelerator explosion, then her searching for him after it became clear that Ronnie was the mysterious “Burning Man” seen around Central City. The two married in The Flash‘s season 1 finale but their happiness was short-lived, as Ronnie sacrificed himself in The Flash‘s season 2 premiere to close a wormhole that threatened the world.
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The Flash‘s Danielle Panabaker has teased what’s next for Killer Frost, and even her co-stars are a little surprised about it.
Speaking at the show’s DC FanDome panel ahead of season 7, the actress was asked what the future holds for her character, and it seems someone is going to find a way to warm the heart of the white-haired supervillain.
“I’m excited because it sounds like Killer Frost is going to go on a date soon, and I’m really excited to see that,” she announced, much to the surprise of Flash actor Grant Gustin and their fellow co-stars.
Laughing, she added: “Do you think she has the best table manners? Probably not.”
Also during the panel, Panabaker opened up about how she’s enjoyed exploring the character of Killer Frost, aka Caitlin Snow, in greater detail.
“It was really fun to get to explore Killer Frost as a real character and a person and a human being with feelings and emotions,” she said. “Not just necessarily this person who pops up for a fight and then disappears, and we don’t really know her perspective on things.
“So it was really fun to get to dig in and flesh that out and have a little bit of fun with it.”
She added: “It’s nice to have the variety after six seasons and 150 episodes.”