Is 'The Flash' new tonight? When to watch season 3, episode 13

Is 'The Flash' new tonight? When to watch season 3, episode 13

Is 'The Flash' new tonight? When to watch season 3, episode 13

This extended trailer gives us a solid idea of what to expect from the first of two Gorilla City episodes.

Upon arriving in Gorilla City, The Flash and his team move through the forest but are immediately captured. Unfortunately for them, this isn't any ordinary prison but it is located in a city run by telepathic gorillas.

Newly released images for the new episode also tease some scenes between Caitlin and Julian, who I have been rooting for as a couple since he came on the show (do they have a couple name yet?) Of course, someone should probably warn him about the fate of all of her other serious boyfriends ... Will this stop the Team Flash from pursuing the people responsible for Harry's abduction to execute Grodd's orders? This episode appears to be nothing short of fun and exciting.

The bad news that we've got for fans of "The Flash" is rather simple tonight: There is no new episode of the show coming on the air. It is still uncertain whether Jesse Quick, Julian and Cisco are inside or outside the steel cages.

Is 'The Flash' new tonight? When to watch season 3, episode 13

This time around, The Flash is returning to Earth-2 for another adventure and it looks to top last year's excursion.

Meanwhile, Entertainment Weekly confirmed that several characters from "The Flash" will have a number of musical performances in the upcoming musical crossover featuring the show and "Supergirl" on March 21. However, they themselves are abducted as well while trekking through the forests of Earth-2. Solovar allegedly plans to invade Earth-1 so the team will need to think and act quickly before it is too late.

While the four superheroes are busy on their rescue mission for Dr. Wells, Jesse will reportedly stay with Kid Flash on Earth-1 to face another villain on the upcoming episode of "The Flash" season 3.

Dermott Downs directed the episode with story by Andrew Kresiberg and teleplay by Aaron Helbing & David Kob. On top of that, the description also reveals that Gypsy and Jesse Quick will be helping Team Flash defeat the gorilla army. We should expect a lot of gorillas and intense action sequences as the Flash is about to go up against Gorilla Grodd once again. Dubbed "the epic conclusion to the two-part battle with Grodd", The Flash (Grant Gustin) and the crew make their way back to Earth-1 to play defense. What do you expect to happen?