Flash Season 9 and the final season of the Barry Allen-centered TV series have arrived this year. The series first premiered on October 7, 2014, on The CW.
Give Gustin will return to play Barry Allen aka The Flash in the final season with a number of other cast members also reprising their roles. Season 9 premiered on February 8, 2023.
Here’s a list of other superhero tv series that you must watch if you enjoy The Flash.
Top 10 Television Series Like ‘The Flash’:
Arrow – Number of Seasons: 8
This superhero tv series is based on George Papp and Mort Weisinger who created the DC Comics costumed crime fighter Green Arrow.
This series serves as the first of the Arrowverse. The plot revolves around Oliver Queen, a billionaire playboy, played by a Canadian actor Stephen Amell. The series ran from October 10, 2012 to January 28, 2020 on CW.
Titans – Number of Seasons: 4
This superhero tv series is based on DC Comics a superhero team known as the Teen Titans which is a group of young superheroes who work together to fight the forces of evil.
Dick Grayson, Starfire, Rachel Roth aka Raven, Gar Logan aka Beast Boy, Jason Todd, Donna Troy aka Wonder Girl, Dawn Granger aka Dove, and Hank Hall aka Hawk are some of the notable characters from the series. Premiere on October 12, 2018.
Gotham – Number of Seasons: 5
Bruno Heller developed this superhero crime drama series based on the DC Comics character from the Batman mythos.
James Gordon, who is the familiar face of the commissioner in the Batman series, is the protagonist of the series and follows his early days in the Gotham City Police Department.
American actor and commentator Ben McKenzie played James Gordon on the Fox series from September 22, 2014 to April 25, 2019.
Supergirl – Number of Seasons: 6
This superhero tv series is about the titular costumed heroine Kara Zor-El who visits Superman’s cousin.
American actress Melissa Benoist played Supergirl in the series that ran from October 26, 2015 to November 9, 2021.
Iron Fist – Number of Seasons: 2
Scott Buck created this tv series based on the titular Marvel Comics character. The plot setting of this series is in line with the setting of other films Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The plot revolves around Danny Rand who returns to New York after fifteen years and sues his family’s company against a ruthless corporate leader.
Hawkeye – Number of Seasons: 1
The series serves as the fifth tv series of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with its plot having continuity with the other films of the franchise and is set after the 2019 film’s incident.Avengers: Endgame‘.
Jupiter’s Legacy – Number of Seasons: 1
Steven S. DeKnight developed this superhero tv series based on the comic book of the same title by Frank Simply and Mark Millar.
The plot of the series revolves around the second generation of our beloved superheroes as they struggle to overcome the expectations that their parents’ legendary feats have placed on them.
The series premiered on May 7, 2021, on Netflix.
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow – Number of Seasons: 7
This American time-traveling superhero series is a spin-off of the Arrowverse and features characters from ‘The Flash’ and ‘Arrow’. The series ran from January 21, 2016 to March 2, 2022 on The CW.
Loki – Number of Seasons: 1
Based on the popular MCU and Avengers antihero character Loki, Thor’s adopted brother, this tv series comes as the third tv series of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Michael Waldron created this series whose plot is set after the incident of ‘Avengers: Endgame’. The series follows an alternate version of Loki and the alternate timeline he creates.
Now he’s faced with two choices, one of which is erased from existence and the other repairs the timeline to fight a bigger threat.
There seems no need to say that Tom Hiddleston returns as the God of Mischief in the series. It premieres June 9, 2021, on Disney+.
Marvel’s Jessica Jones – Number of Seasons: 3
Melissa Rosenberg created this tv series based on the character of the same name from Marvel comics. It follows the return of the omnipotent Jessica Jones whose superhero career is cut short after she is forced to kill someone by the evil Kilgrave.
Now Jessica must face her trauma and fears to stop an old enemy from reappearing. Krysten Ritter played Jessica Jones in the series. It took place from 20 November 2015 to 14 June 2019 on Netflix.