THE FLASH season 6 is well underway in both the UK and the UK. But how can you watch the series online?
The Flash has once again been brought to life for more adventures on The CW and Sky One. Now in its sixth season, there’s plenty more adventures to be had and crimes to solve for Barry Allen (played by Grant Dustin). Here’s how you can watch the comic book hero online.
How to watch The Flash season 6 online and download
The Flash season 6 is currently airing on The CW in America and on Sky One here in the UK.
But if you want to watch the show online, then thankfully there are some options.
If you’re in the UK, The Flash is exclusive to Sky so if you wish to catch up on the latest episodes and previous seasons, you will need to subscribe to Sky TV and use the Sky Go app.
You could also subscribe to Now TV to watch the latest season as the streaming services shows Sky content.
The Entertainment Pass costs £7.99 per month with free seven day trial for all first-time subscribers.
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If you live in the US, however, you can watch The Flash season 6 on streaming service.
To do this, you need to have Hulu with Live TV version which offers a bundle of more than 60 live TV channels including The CW.
You can then watch the series on a number of devices including your Android or iPhone, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Chromecast.
If you’re unable to watch the show live, Hulu with Live TV comes with an on-demand library so you can still watch it after the show has aired.
You can purchase Hulu from $5.99 per month.
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However, it’s a different story for Netflix.
Viewers in the US won’t be able to see season 6 of The Flash on Netflix until one week after the finale airs on The CW.
This means fans of the show will not be able to watch it on the streaming service until May 22, 2020.
The series is also unavailable to watch on Netflix in the UK.
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Speaking to Collider prior to the series being released, executive producer and writer Erik Wallace said: “The comics are so rich with wonderful themes and ideas, so that’s what we want to honour, every week, and draw from.
“But ultimately, what we have to do is tell modern, contemporary, grounded stories, so we have to find a way to mix them.”