‘The Flash’ Season 3 Spoilers: Barry Allen Goes Back To The Speed Force, Encounters Savitar

"The Flash" Season 3 viewers sympathized with Team Flash after Wally, played by Keiynan Lonsdale, got trapped in the Speed Force by the evil plan of Savitar. It was during this time when Barry Allen played here by Grant Gustin, encountered Savitar who finally escaped imprisonment in exchange for Wally.

"The Flash" Season 3 episode 15 was appropriately titled "The Wrath of Savitar," if only for the realization of two of his prophesies. One of these prophecies came true when Kid Flash got sucked in the Speed Force. The second prophecy became real when Caitlin, played here by Danielle Panabaker, kept the Philosopher's Stone hidden, and in the process betrayed Team Flash.

Fans will know the real score between Barry Allen and iris, played here by Candice Patton, after she discovered that his proposal was motivated by fear, rather than love, according to Polygon. "The Flash" Season 3's next episode will see Barry through the Speed Force where he will try to rescue the Kid Flash.

"The Flash" Season 3 will be a reunion of sorts for the deceased characters of the popular superhero television series. Barry will encounter Eddie Thawne, known by Team Flash fans as the former boyfriend of Iris.

Team Flash will have to contend with the reappearance of Savitar during "The Flash" Season 3 March 14 episode. Savitar will torment Barry and his friends with his evil antiques.

Savitar's appearance in "The Flash" Season 3 will give the series a more interesting twist. The evil speedster will be Team Flash's nightmare, as he will prove to them why his named himself after the Hindu God of Motion "Savitr."

Barry Allen encountered his biggest lost during "The Flash" Season 3's last episode, according to Comic Book Movie. He got over that loss but returned to the Speed Force in the next episode.

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