The Flash Season 4 episode 14 will not air until the end of the February. The CW series is on a two-week hiatus similar to Supergirl due to Winter Olympics and will be returning later, this month. The upcoming segment is titled “Subject 9” and it will see Barry Allen back in action after he is declared innocent and released from prison.
Meanwhile, it is certain that the DeVoe problem is not yet over. “Subject 9” is expected to pick up from where “True Colors” left off and see The Flash tries to deal with the mess DeVoe created.
The CW is yet to release a synopsis of The Flash Season 4 episode 14. However, the network has dropped a trailer to keep its fan going while the show is on another hiatus. The trailer teases the events of the next chapter of the series and it shows The Flash going after the female version of The Fiddler.
Clifford DeVoe is not dead yet. He has apparently found refuge in Rebecca Sharpe’s (Sugar Lyn Beard), also known as Hazard, body. As for the female version of The Fiddler, she is reimagined as a country artist and she has the power to hypnotize people with her talent.
In the clip, fans will see Barry Allen’s first interaction with The Fiddler. He goes after her to warn her about her powers and the threat she can cause to the Central City. As per the clip, it seems she is not too convinced with Barry’s theory.
In the trailer, Barry tells Rebecca that “someone very dangerous is coming after” her. Rebecca smirks and wonders why anyone would come after her. Rebecca certainly has no clue how powerful she is with her new powers.
As per Variety’s description, Rebecca is someone who is “perpetually down on her luck and is convinced her life is cursed.” However, one fine day things change and she becomes so powerful that she could become a threat to Central City.
The Flash Season 4 episode 14 airs Feb. 27 on The CW.
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