‘The Flash’ Season 7: Sue Dearbon Will Help Team Flash ‘In an Unexpected Way,’ Says Showrunner

'The Flash' Season 6 - Natalie Dreyfuss as Sue'The Flash' Season 6 - Natalie Dreyfuss as Sue
‘The Flash’ Season 6 – Natalie Dreyfuss as Sue | The CW, ‘The Flash’ via Twitter

Sue is a key character in ‘The Flash’ comics

DC Comics wrote Sue and Ralph as lovebirds who eventually tied the knot. So, when The Flash introduced Sue as a recurring character in the sixth season, comic book enthusiasts became giddy with excitement. It seemed inevitable that Sue and Ralph’s love story from the comics would finally come to fruition on screen.

Sawyer exited the role of Ralph ahead of season 7 before the show could delve into DC Comics’ Dearbon-Dibney romance. What’s more, the season 6 finale ended with a major Sue cliffhanger when Eva McCullough framed her for Joseph Carver’s murder. But fans can rest easy because The Flash writers have already made plans to tie up loose ends.

Sue’s story arc will continue in season 7

When Natalie Dreyfuss came on the scene as Sue Dearbon in The Flash Season 6, she quickly became a fan favorite. And ever since the shocking casting shake-up involving her primary scene partner, Ralph Dibney portrayer Hartley Sawyer, TV buffs have pondered how Sue might fit into the future of The Flash. It turns out that the character will still play a vital part in the season 7 storyline. Here’s what we know so far. [Spoiler warning: This article contains details about The Flash Seasons 6 and 7.]

‘The Flash’ Season 6 – Natalie Dreyfuss as Sue | The CW, ‘The Flash’ via TwitterSue is a key character in ‘The Flash’ comics

DC Comics wrote Sue and Ralph as lovebirds who eventually tied the knot. So, when The Flash introduced Sue as a recurring character in the sixth season, comic book enthusiasts became giddy with excitement. It seemed inevitable that Sue and Ralph’s love story from the comics would finally come to fruition on screen.

Sawyer exited the role of Ralph ahead of season 7 before the show could delve into DC Comics’ Dearbon-Dibney romance. What’s more, the season 6 finale ended with a major Sue cliffhanger when Eva McCullough framed her for Joseph Carver’s murder. But fans can rest easy because The Flash writers have already made plans to tie up loose ends.

Sue’s story arc will continue in season 7

New photos for THE FLASH 6.12 “A Girl Named Sue” give us our first looks at both Sue Dearborn and Eva McCulloch. #TheFlash

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— Bam Smack Pow (@BamSmackPow) February 11, 2020

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Based on what The Flash showrunner Eric Wallace told Entertainment Weekly, the creative minds behind the show are crafting a proper resolution to Sue’s arc. And the conclusion will incorporate an appearance by Ralph, who will sport a brand-new look.

 “It’s funny, I guess technically it would be a recasting, but the character won’t be a big part of season 7,” Wallace revealed. “He’ll only be a part of just wrapping up the Sue storyline.”

Wallace went on to explain how Ralph will factor into Sue’s narrative. He teased, “Yes, one could say it is a recasting, but we’re going to do it in a way that I think honors

Source:: Showbiz Cheat Sheet

      

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