"The Flash" Season 3 Finale will see Barry Allen take down Savitar in the only way he knows how. Common spoilers for Episode 23 point to the speedster defeating the villain and saving Iris by trapping himself in the Speed Force.
The synopsis from TV Line hints at Barry's likely death in "The Flash" Season 3 Finale. "Team Flash prepares for a final, epic battle with the God of Speed... while struggling with a major setback. Expect a season-ending cliffhanger that will leave viewers - and the heroes - questioning how they will move forward in Season 4," read the synopsis.
Likewise, the synopsis from Heroic Hollywood reveals that the scarlet speedster fights the God of Speed in an epic conclusion to the season. The synopsis did not reveal any further details about what happens in "The Flash" Season 3 Finale, although it hints at Barry's decision to sacrifice himself in order to save Iris.
"The Flash" Season 3 Finale, Episode 23 titled "Finish Line," might see Barry take down Savitar by trapping himself in the Speed Force. The leaked footage below hinted at his demise. The video shows Barry bidding his friends and family farewell. He hugs Cisco, Joe, and Julian. He also shares an emotional moment with Iris West. The footage shows Iris crying as her fiancé says goodbye to everyone.
Barry then leaves his friends and goes with the scientist Tracy Brand. The previous episode revealed that she is responsible for creating the Speed Force that will trap Savitar. This leaked footage for "The Flash" Season 3 Finale aligns with the common theory that Barry defeats Savitar by trapping himself in the Speed Force. This is the only way the speedster knows to erase the villain's existence and subsequently save Iris.
It is also interesting to point out that Jay Garrick is in the footage, which means that he has somehow escaped the Speed Force he was trapped in. This means someone has to take his place, which again could hint at Barry's decision to replace him in "The Flash" Season 3 Finale.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.