The fastest man alive will stop in 2023.
The CW announced on Monday that Sparkle It will end with its upcoming ninth season, which will have 13 episodes cut.
“Nine seasons! Executive Producer Eric Wallace said in a statement that nine years of saving Central City took audiences on an emotional journey full of heart, humor and scenes. “And now Barry Allen has made it to the starting gate in his last race. So many amazing people have given their talent, time and love to bring this great show to life every week. So, as we prepare to honor the legacy of the amazing show with our exciting final chapter, I want to thank you for the wonderful cast, writers, producers and crew Work over the years who helped make Sparkle This is an unforgettable experience for fans around the world.”
Sparkle Last season, it averaged north of nearly 1 million viewers along with a 0.3 beta rating (with Live+7 turned on), down 32 and 40 percent from Season 7. Among the 19 dramas aired by The CW last season, it ranked 4th in total viewership and tied Superman and Louis For the second time in the demo (behind All Americans).
TVLine readers gave Season 8 an average grade of “B-“.
As Season 9 approaches, Grant Gustin, Candice Patton, and Danielle Panabaker will be the only remaining original cast members, with Jesse L. Martin has stepped down as a regular series For an NBC pilot title. With Gustin ordering a new deal, back in January, to continue in the role of Barry/Scarlet Speed Driver, the Arrowverse’s longest-running series recorded its pick up for its ninth season.
But in TVLine’s many recent interviews with cast members and guest stars, it’s been clear that Sparkle’Season 8 – which concluded on June 29 – was at one point set to be the last cycle, so much so that the renewal came as a surprise to some.
“I will I say I was very surprised to see another season [ordered]Panabaker Tell us in May. “Emotionally, I, at least, had been planning season 8 to be our last. But I am grateful for the show and for the fans, and I hope there are more stories to tell.”
Likewise, Ruby Amell He said about his return in the middle of the season Like Deathstorm / Not! Ronnie, “Basically how it was shown to me,” This is the last season and we’d like to bring you back. But the show’s plan eventually changed, and Wallace details later on TVLine How the June Final was rewritten to serve as a dossier season Ender, instead of the series finale.
Production started SparkleThe final season will begin in September.