New updates and spoilers for "The Flash" Season 4 will feature a possible TV version of "Crisis On Infinite Earths" in the works soon.

DC TV's version of 'Crisis'

"Crisis on Infinite Earths" is one of the first major story arcs of DC comics, which pitched the concept of multiple alternate earths in the comic book universe. The story features multiple versions of DC characters uniting together to stop the Anti-Monitor from destroying the multiverse. Barry Allen/The Flash played a major role in the comic book storyline, sacrificing his life to save all of the multiverses from the Anti-Monitor's weapon.

"The Flash" TV series first teased the idea of a "Crisis on Infinite Earths" story during the end credits the first episode. Dr. Harrison Wells (who is Eobard Thawne in disguise) went through a secret room and projected a newspaper from 2024. The story of the newspaper read "Flash Missing Vanishes In Crisis, " and it was written by Barry's future wife, West-Allan.

This had lead fans to believe that DC TV and CW Network will do their version of the popular comic story on the small screen in the future seasons of the show. "The Flash" Season 2 introduced the theme of alternate universes, with Earth-2 being the most highlighter world. The show also introduced Earth-3, Earth-19, Earth-38 and many more.

The show's main star Grant Gustin stated that "Crisis on Infinite Earth" is a main "goal" for TV series, although he admitted that it is something he and the showrunners talked about.

"We don't talk about on a yearly basis, but it was mentioned early on, and that's a goal," Gustin told ComicBook."Obviously, we'd have to go I think ten years to reach that.

So there's a possibility for sure. It'll be fun to get there."

The Thinker in Season 4

"The Flash" will introduce Clifford DeVoe a.k.a. The Thinker as the main villain of season 4 and he will be played by "The 100" actor Neil Sandilands. Savitar mentioned DeVoe during the season 3 finale, and the showrunners have decided that they will not make another speedster be the "big bad" for this show this year.

Showrunner Todd Helbing teased a "reimagined" version of the character making him unique and can interact with other characters from the show without quickly being apprehended. DeVoe will not be working alone against Barry and Team Flash, a character named "The Mechanic," played by Kim Engelbrecht will serve as his technological expert rivaling Cisco Ramon/Vibe.

"The Flash" Season 4 will premiere on Tuesday, Oct. 10 at 8 PM on the CW Network.