The latest updates and spoilers for "The Flash" Season 5 reveal the possible death of a major character in the show. Cast member Candice Patton posted a behind-the-scenes photo of the show and eagle-eye netizen's discovered something about Cisco Ramon's fate in this season. In the background, there was text saying VIBE DEA..." This is a major hint that he's may be dead.

In other news, The CW Network announced that "John Wick" actress Ruby Rose has been officially cast as Kate Kane a.k.a. Batwoman in the next Arrowverse crossover. The fifth season of the show will feature Barry Allen and Team Flash help his daughter, Nora, get back home from the future after she made several mistakes in the present timeline.

They will also face a new foe in the form of power-hungry metahuman named Cicada.

Vibe exits 'The Flash'?

According to Express UK, Candice Patton posted a photo of Hartley Sawyer during the S.T.A.R. Labs set of "The Flash" and several netizens noticed that the background showed Cisco in his Vibe costume with the American Flag. There was some text in the background that read "VIBE DEA..." hinting that Cisco could possibly die in the show.

While Patton quickly deleted that photo on Instagram, everyone who saw it cannot deny the fact that the word inscribed on the background pertains to Cisco's demise and this will be a huge disappointment to the fans of the show. Cisco has been a part of Team Flash since the first season, helping Barry stop metahumans and improving their chances of beating them with the use of his inventions.

He was also responsible for naming several heroes and villains in the show.

Fans already saw his death at the hands of Eobard Thawne but it was reversed after Barry time-traveled for the first time. Perhaps this one of the mistakes that Nora made in the present and it will be an interesting subplot for the season, alongside the mystery behind Caitlin Snow's powers and Killer Frost persona.

Ruby Rose as Batwoman

According to Screen Rant, The CW Network revealed that Ruby Rose has been cast to play the live-action version of Batwoman. She will first appear in the upcoming "Arrowverse" crossover in December, which features characters from "The Flash," "Arrow," and "Supergirl."

The crossover will also spawn the "Batwoman" TV series and Rose expressed her thanks via Instagram as she will do her best to honor the portrayal of the beloved DC heroine.

In the comics, Kate Kane is a former military trainee from the United States Military Academy at Westpoint but was kicked out after outing herself as a lesbian. She then went on a downward spiral as she always seen partying at bars and clubs. She also suffers from survivor's guilt after witnessing the death of her mother and twin sister when she was 12-years-old. That led to her training.

Kate was saved by Batman after being mugged and was inspired to become a vigilante. She uses her military training and equipment to protect Gotham, but Batman fears that she will do more harm than good without proper guidance or direction.