The Flash – The CW Following the tremendous success of Smallville and Arrow The CW set it’s sights on creating it’s most ambitious and action-packed superhero series yet and just that with The Flash. With millions of devoted fans around the world tuning in each week to watch the wildly entertaining exploits of one of the most beloved comic book heroes in history, The Flash has become mega-hit primetime series and now select performers could soon be a part of the fun. Casting calls for this weekly hour long thrill ride are taking place now and actors of all ages can submit themselves today for consideration for a number of available roles. The Flash tells the story of Barry Allen, a young man left near death after being struck by lightening who wakes up 9 months later and discovers he has developed super powers. Armed with the ability to run at super speed with endless endurance, Barry soon becomes The Flash and dedicates himself to fighting crime in his hometown of Central City. The Flash stars Grant Gustin (90210, Glee, Affluenza) in the breakout role of Barry Allen/The Flash and a fantastic group of supporting players that includes Danielle Panabaker (Justified, Yours, Mine & Ours, Piranha 3DD), Rick Cosnett (The Vampire Diaries, The Bet, Continuing Fred), Candice Patton (The Game, The Young and the Restless, Grey’s Anatomy), 4-time Screen Actors Guild Award nominee Jesse L. Martin (Law & Order, Rent, Joyful Noise) and Golden Globe nominee Tom Cavanagh (Ed, Scrubs, Yogi Bear). This action-packed production was created by the triumphant trio of Greg Berlanti (Dawson’s Creek), Geoff Johns (Arrow) and Andrew Kreisberg (Fringe). Casting calls for the knockout superhero series The Flash are happening now for several roles in upcoming episodes and up and coming actors of all ages can apply for soon for consideration. Keep checking back for every audition update and leave a message in the space below and tell us what you think of this incredible series and why you want to be included in future casting calls for The CW’s The Flash.