Actress Danielle Panabaker arrives at the worldwide premiere of Walt Disney Pictures' ''Sky High'' at El Capitan theatre in Hollywood on July 24, 2005. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

In the first season of “The Flash,” the people of Central City were in danger of being eliminated due to the singularity created after the Reverse Flash was defeated. In the upcoming season, the Flash and his team will have to go against the odds to save citizens.

Spoiler Alert! This article contains “The Flash” Season 2 spoilers.

For Season 2 of “The Flash,” Barry Allen/The Flash (Grant Gustin), Caitlin Snow (Danielle Panabaker), Cisco Ramon (Carlos Valdes) and Iris West (Candice Patton) will be joined by Wally West (Keiynan Lonsdale), Jay Garrick (Teddy Sears) and Patty Spivot (Shantel VanSanten), Screen Rant reveals.

Collider wrote that the storyline will not immediately continue after the events that closed the first season. There will reportedly be a title card that states, “Six months later.” The characters will still be dealing with the singularity and other issues and consequences.

Spivot was a part-time assistant to Allen in the comics, so fans should expect her to appear every now and then at S.T.A.R. Labs, spending time with Snow. Snow may also be working with Professor Martin Stein (Victor Garber) more in the new season.

“I would love that! Shantel is amazing. We’re really, really luck. The two biggest additions to our cast this season are Shantel and Teddy, and they’re both so wonderful; they truly feel like they belong on our show. That’s been great,” Panabaker shared at Dragon Con 2015.

Fans of Snow are also particularly interested in seeing her transform into Killer Frost. Panabaker said that she actually does not know how the story will evolve and how they tend to shoot things that end up getting cut on the actual show. She added that she is also excited about becoming Killer Frost.

Fans will be seeing a number of familiar characters in “The Flash” Season 2. Panabaker revealed that Episode 4 will feature Snow and Professor Stein working closely. She also said that they are shooting Episode 6 at the moment and recently got the script for the seventh episode. She added how the sets were amazing and fun to walk on, based on the same Collider report.

Fans will have to wait for “The Flash” Season 2 to see whether Snow does become Killer Frost. The new season premieres on Oct. 6 at 8/7c. on The CW.

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