Danielle Panabaker's growing baby bump is getting bigger each day, and fans wonder how she will partake in the last few episodes of "The Flash" Season 8. Here's what will happen.
Fans anticipate each episode of "The Flash," released every Wednesday, until its season eight finale on June 29, 2022.
However, some are curious how Danielle Panabaker's pregnancy could affect the final episodes as filming continues in Vancouver, Canada.
Danielle Panabaker during "The Flash" Special Video Presentation and Q&A during 2019 Comic-Con International at San Diego Convention Center on July 20, 2019, in San Diego, California. | Source: Getty Images
Panabaker, who plays Caitlin Snow on the show, first announced her pregnancy on January 19, 2022, with her husband since 2017, Hayes Robbins. The couple became first-time parents in 2020 and are over the moon to meet the newest addition to their family.
Throughout her pregnancy, the actress kept fans in the loop through Instagram photos of her growing belly, accompanied by captions of her daily thoughts.
Aside from showing her unborn baby her favorite places, Panabaker also makes it a point to get enough steps in a day to keep her fit. As weeks passed, her pregnancy continued to show, leaving some fans wondering how she could continue her role in "The Flash."
PANABAKER'S FUTURE ON "THE FLASH"
As some may have guessed, Panabaker will appear until the show's season finale in June. The star seemed to have confirmed the news herself in an Instagram post where she revealed to be working on episodes 19 and 20.
Camera tricks and certain angles can make it appear like Panabaker has nothing growing inside her. The actress sometimes shares behind-the-scenes photos that make it seem like she isn't pregnant.
Indeed, fans may notice a slight change in her appearance on the show if closely looked at, but other than that, her pregnancy won't seem to affect her role.
Other television series are also set to grace the screens with a renewed season, including HBO Max's “Made for Love,” starring Cristin Milioti.
Panabaker also confirmed that "The Flash" was renewed for another season in a post. However, details about season nine remain unknown. Unfortunately, another original cast member, Jesse L. Martin, will no longer be part of it.
DIRECTING EPISODE 17
Aside from starring in the hit series, Panabaker also directed episode 17 of season eight. In an Instagram post, as reported by Bleeding Cool, she wrote:
“That's a wrap on filming my directorial episode. Thank you to everyone who worked so hard to bring this one to life!”
With everything coming together, fans are undoubtedly excited to watch the remaining episodes of "The Flash."
Other television series is also set to grace the screens with a renewed season, including HBO Max's "Made for Love," starring Cristin Milioti. The sci-fi comedy explores the darkly humorous side of marriage and technology.
Milioti, who brought to life the character Hazel Green, shared that the show, although fiction, may reflect some realistic and relatable situations of known individuals. Specifically, women who feel trapped or controlled by the men in their lives.
However, her character's situation goes to extreme lengths as her billionaire tech guru husband implanted a tracking device in her brain. The intriguing storyline had viewers on the edge of their seats, wanting another season to come sooner.