UPDATE: Cloverdale ‘Flash’ episode airs

Film crews took over Hawthorne Square Dec. 14 to shoot scenes from the TV series Flash. (Photo: Malin Jordan)Film crews took over Hawthorne Square Dec. 14 to shoot scenes from the TV series Flash. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Film crews transform Hawthorne Square into a set from the late ’90s, complete with an old-style phone booth, to film the TV series Flash Dec. 14. (Photo: Malin Jordan)Film crews transform Hawthorne Square into a set from the late ’90s, complete with an old-style phone booth, to film the TV series Flash Dec. 14. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Crews operate a light boom near Hawthorne Square Dec. 14 as the TV series Flash was being filmed in Cloverdale. (Photo: Malin Jordan)Crews operate a light boom near Hawthorne Square Dec. 14 as the TV series Flash was being filmed in Cloverdale. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
The Clova was transformed into a Blockbuster video store, circa 1998, as the TV series Flash was being filmed in Cloverdale Dec. 14. (Photo: Malin Jordan)The Clova was transformed into a Blockbuster video store, circa 1998, as the TV series Flash was being filmed in Cloverdale Dec. 14. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Paul Orazietti, the Cloverdale BIA’s executive director, got caught in the background (red circle) during one of the scenes shot in Hawthorne Square. (Screengrab via Netflix)Paul Orazietti, the Cloverdale BIA’s executive director, got caught in the background (red circle) during one of the scenes shot in Hawthorne Square. (Screengrab via Netflix)

Back in December, the TV series Flash was being filmed in Cloverdale.

Down 176th, the street was transformed with old cars and signage to make it look like a street from the late ’90s.

Production crews were shooting scenes for season 7, which started airing Feb. 23, 2021 on The CW network in the U.S.

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Season 7 has also slowly started airing on Netflix (only seven episodes are up so far) and among them is episode 6. Titled “The One with the Nineties,” the episode features a time warp plot where the main characters jump back to 1998.

In the episode the Clova was changed into a Blockbuster video store.

Paul Orazietti, the Cloverdale BIA’s executive director, even got caught in the background during one of the scenes shot in Hawthorne Square (see Tweet below).



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