Cast Member Leaving The Flash

The Flash has already been renewed for a sixth season but one of the leads could be leaving the show. If new reports are accurate, The Flash regular Carlos Valdes may not be present when the show returns this fall.

Cisco Ramon aka Carlos Valdes to exit the show?

Carlos Valdes aka Cisco Ramon to leave CW's The Flash
Carlos Valdes aka Cisco Ramon to leave CW’s The Flash

According to We Got This Covered, Valdes is looking forward to “move onto new pastures”. The report also states that the show will make it a soft write-off, leaving space for Valdes to play his role as Cisco Ramon in the future episodes.

Also Read: 5 DC Superhero Series Renewed, Including The Flash & Arrow

Valdes is one of the most-tenured characters on the series. He was introduced alongside Caitlin Snow, played by Danielle Panabaker in the second season of Arrow. Although he was absent from a few recent episodes, Valdes will be back on the show next week.

Here’s the full synopsis for “Cause and XS”, the best episode of The Flash:

“IRIS’S LIFE IS THREATENED

After Iris (Candice Patton) lands in serious danger, Nora (Jessica Parker Kennedy) races to save her mother.

Barry (Grant Gustin) puts the finishing touches on the metahuman cure, leaving Cisco (Carlos Valdes) with a rare night off so he decides to take Kamilla (guest star Victoria Park) on a date.

Rachel Talalay directed the episode written by Todd Helbing & Jeff Hersh.”

Would you be devastated is Cisco was no longer on The Flash? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

The Flash airs on Tuesday at 8/7 pm Central on The CW network.

Source: Comicbook.com, We Got This Covered

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