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‘The Flash’ Season 2 Trailer: Jay Garrick Makes Epic Debut — Watch

Wed, September 9, 2015 11:21pm EDT by 2 Comments

New season, new threats! Multiple worlds are in danger when ‘The Flash’ returns on Oct. 6, and Jay Garrick is introducing our favorite superheroes to the idea of alternate universes. So what exactly is in store? Watch the trailer and find out!

We are so ready for The Flash to make its grand return for its sophomore season on Oct. 6! The CW finally released the season two trailer on Sept. 9, and it gives fans their first real look at Teddy Sears as Jay Garrick. The trailer shows Jay, the first superhero to call himself The Flash, introducing the legion of superheroes to the multiple worlds that exist — yes, multiple.

The trailer starts off on a pretty threatening note. “My name is Jay Garrick, and your world is in danger,” Teddy’s voiceover says as he arrives in Central City, as catastrophe is shown. A confused Cisco then chimes in and asks what we’re all dying to know: “What other worlds are there?” As explained in the trailer, when the singularity was created above Century City it acted as a portal so now all kinds of bad guys can find a way into their world. So basically, the stakes are higher than ever and no one is safe!

We also get a glimpse at former WWE star Adam Copeland as DC villain Atom Smasher towards the end of the trailer. There will be other new faces joining the upcoming season as well, including Keiyan Lonsdale as Wally Wester, Shantel VanSanten as Patty Spivot and Tony Todd as the voice of new bad guy Zoom, our sister site Variety reports.

“Having Jay Garrick come onto the show was one of our earliest ideas,” executive producer Andrew Kreisberg said in a statement, according to E!. “It is so exciting, as we rush into season two, that we finally get to bring the Crimson Comet to life.” We can’t wait!

The Flash season two premieres Oct. 6 at 8 p.m. on The CW.

What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Will you tune into season two of The Flash? Let us know!

— Russ Weakland