The Flash: There's Something Hairy About Barry in a New Season 4 Trailer

Barry's (Grant Gustin) back and something isn't quite right in a new teaser for Season 4 of The Flash.

The video shows the scarlet speedster returning from the Speed Force prison, but he doesn't seem to be all quite there. After sacrificing himself to save his friends (and the rest of humanity), it's going to take a little time to adjust back into normal life.

He won't have much of a vacation, however, as a new threat will soon arrive in Central City. The 100's Neil Sandilands heads to the series as The Thinker for what will be an epic battle dubbed by the CW as "the fastest man alive versus the fastest mind alive."

At least he'll have a nifty new suit courtesy of Cisco (Carlos Valdes) to help him out. Plus, Team Flash will also get a new recruit named Ralph Dibny (Hartley Sawyer), aka the Elongated Man, a fast-talking private eye with skills that rival Batman's to assist them with taking down this season's big bad.

With super villains and wedding bells on the horizon, Barry's plate is stacking up quickly. It's a good thing his friends are there to support him now that they've all forgiven him for Flashpoint.

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Season 4 of The Flash premieres Oct. 10 at 8/7c on the CW.

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This article originally appears on TV Guide.com.

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Sep 13, 2017
Here's hoping this isn't going to turn out to be some sort of trick where the Barry that comes back is actually from another earth, from the future where Iris died and he went moody, or is someone disguised as Barry. In the comics Thawne pretended to be Barry for a little while after he died in the original Crisis event.

I'm also hoping that Barry will not be a darker character after his time in the speedforce. The show went pretty dark last season and would rather see a little more lightness brought back to the show and to the character.
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