The DC Cinematic Multiverse is taking shape after a TV show actor from The Flash confirmed that other dimensions will play a huge factor in the coming years.

Speaking with TV Guide, Grant Gustin confirmed that in the near future, the series will tackle the likes of Earth One and Earth Two, along with other dimensions. He didn't specify what fans should expect, but comic book readers know all too well what could be possible should these plans become a reality.

"What's fun about this show is that there's going to be multiple timelines as we move forward," Gustin says. "I think we're going to start showing Earth-One and Earth-Two in the near future. There will be kind of different dimensions going on."

Gustin also touched on the fact that traveling to the past in the season finale of The Flash season 1 will not go as planned. However, we already knew that from seeing the trailers. The aim is to save his mother, but from what we have seen, that might not happen at all.

Also, going down the path of multiple universes could be cause for concern because the possibility for confusion is there. Casual fans might not fully understand what is going on, which means a loss of key viewership is a thing that could happen.

Carlos Valdes, who plays Cisco Ramon, knows what's up where this is concerned.

"It gets a little Rubik's Cube-y in terms of keeping consistency between all these timelines and whatnot," Valdes says. "But the writers have their stuff together. If I were to trust anyone, it would be them."

Valdes has placed his faith in the writers, but we can't. Not many folks will agree, but while The Flash is a good show for what it is, the writing hasn't been great. It's a teen drama that feels like every other teen drama, but this time the lead character is a comic book character.

These are the same guys behind Lucifer on Fox and Supergirl on CBS, so our lack of faith is very much warranted.

At the end of the day, what we really want is for the multiverse to include the DC Cinematic Universe. If it does, then Crisis on Infinite Earth is no doubt a given already.


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