Where To Watch The Flash Season 4 Episode 17 Online
The Flash Season 4 Episode 17: Where To Watch & Preview
After taking a break for a few weeks, our favorite speedster is finally back! The Flash season 4 episode 17, called "Null and Annoyed," picks up after the last episode when Iris (Candice Patton) got a taste of what it's like to be Barry (Grant Gustin). That has to make their relationship a little easier because now they each know where the other is coming from! It isn't often that couples get the chance to walk in the other's shoes for a day. The Flash season 4 episode 17 is going to be a good one and we have all the details on the promo trailer, cast list, spoilers and more!
Watch The Flash Season 4 Episode 17 On Television
It's nearly time for The Flash season 4 episode 17 to air on television! Tuesday nights on the CW are a double feature of The Flash at 8|7c, followed by Black Lightning at 9|8c. The new episode airs Tuesday, April 10th on the CW. Don't have a television, but you still want to catch The Flash live? You can do that with Hulu Live TV! For $39.99 a month, Hulu Live TV allows you to watch all your favorite shows as they air on TV, meaning you won't have to wait to watch your shows! But, be sure to check your zip code with local listings. Keep reading to see where you can watch new episodes online!
Watch The Flash Season 4 Episode 17 Online
If you're unable to watch The Flash when it's airing live on TV, don't worry about it because you have plenty of options to watch online instead! The CW has new episodes of all their shows available for streaming by the next day. Unfortunately, if you have just a regular Hulu subscription, you won't be able to watch The Flash season 4 episode 17. However, Amazon and iTunes both sell episodes of The Flash for $2.99. If you would rather buy the entire season at once, it's available for $29.99 and new episodes will download for you as soon as they're released through the service.
What To Watch For In The Flash Season 4 Episode 17
In this newest episode of The Flash, Barry and Ralph (Hartley Sawyer) have a disagreement over the best way to find and help the remaining meta humans. With DeVoe (Neil Sandilands)after them, it's important to find the rest of the metas and keep them safe. However, Barry thinks Ralph is far too cavalier about the entire thing, which causes further disagreement about what it truly means to be a hero. Meanwhile, Breacher (Danny Trejo) pops up again and has a favor to ask of Cisco. Kevin Smith, the director of the episode, and Jason Mewes will have cameos in the episode. Sounds like a Jay and Silent Bob reunion!
Cast Of The Flash Season 4 Episode 17
- Grant Gustin - Barry Allen
- Candice Patton - Iris West
- Danielle Panabaker - Caitlin Snow
- Carlos Valdes - Cisco Ramon
- Tom Cavanaugh - Dr. Harry Wells
- Jesse L. Martin - Joe West
- Bethany Brown - Janet Petty/Null
- Jessica Camacho - Gypsy
- Miranda MacDougall - Izzy Bowin
- Paul McGillion - Earl Cox
- Danny Trejo - Breacher
The Flash Season 4 Episode 17 Promo Trailer
In the new episode, titled "Null and Annoyed," Barry can't seem to keep his feet on the ground, floating around the ceiling of the lab. With a leash around his ankle so he doesn't float away too far, several members of Team Flash seem concerned. It seems that a blue haired meta called Null has the power to make people weightless, using the superpower to steal expensive jewelry from people. Ralph cracks jokes at an increasingly exasperated Barry, telling him he always knew that Barry was a "lightweight." Watch the trailer for a sneak peek!
The Flash Season 4 Episode 17 Spoilers
In the comics, Null is a minor character with the ability to control gravity and not much else is known about him. In the TV show, the writers decided to give the character more backstory. We won't know much more until the episode airs. Danny Trejo returns this episode as the Breacher. Andrew Kreisberg, the show's former executive producer, says that, "Cisco and Breacher are going to have a classic buddy movie [storyline]. Enemies become friends and friends become enemies." Sounds like things are about to get interesting, but you'll have to tune into The Flash Tuesday nights on the CW to see how it all plays out!
Catch The Flash on the CW Tuesdays at 8|7c!