Linda Park added to CW’s The Flash

Linda Park has been cast on CW’s The Flash! According to The Hollywood Reporter, Vampire Diaries alum Malese Jow has landed the role of Linda Park and will first appear in Episode 12 of the first season. Linda Park is described as a “quick witted reporter for Central City Picture News”. She will befriend Iris West (Candice Patton) and mentor her through the fast paced world of journalism. She will also meet Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) at a local bar and the two will hit it off. With The Flash receiving a full season order from the CW with an additional 10 episodes on the way could Wally West be far behind? Keep your eye on DC Comic for all the latest CW The Flash casting news!

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Linda Park
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Linda Park makes her first appearance interviewing Captain Cold in 1989’s Flash Vol. 2 #28, in a story titled “Bless this Beast”. She would eventually go on to marry The Flash (Wally West) and give birth to twins Iris and Jai. Linda Jasmine Park was created by William Messner -Loebs and Greg LaRocque. She has yet to make her debut in the New 52 DC Universe.

Sharp eyed Arrow fans might remember a reporter named Linda Park appearing in the episode “Three Ghosts” she was played by Olivia Cheng. Cheng, as Linda Park was reporting on the Particle Accelerator when it exploded. How will they explain this? Maybe Linda Park (Jow) will be the daughter or perhaps the niece of Linda Park (Cheng), guess we’ll have to wait and see.

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CW President Mark Pedowitz had this to say about The Flash.

“Over the past three seasons, we have made it our mission to grow and broaden out our audience, and to keep raising the bar with the quality and impact of our new shows, and The Flash and Jane  have both exceeded our expectations on all counts. I’m thrilled to announce full season orders for both of these terrific new series.”


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Source: The Hollywood Reporter

Thomas ODonnell

Thomas ODonnell

My love of comics started at the age of 5, when visions of mythic beings fought their way across my TV screen. Batman '66, Super Friends, Wonder Woman, and Superman '78 filled my early childhood with imagination and adventure. Soon enough I found the spinner rack! Batman, Justice League and DC's Who's Who kept me coming back for more. I've seen the death of hope, justice broken, a light extinguished, and a universe torn! A kingdom come, the lightning return, a triumph of evil and a multiverse reborn!