One of The CW’s biggest series is looking to shake up its leadership heading into its sixth season, while the History Channel is moving to double down on its commitment to the study of UFOs with a new docuseries. The CW’s Flash is switching up its showrunners for Season 6. “From his first day on The Flash, Todd Helbing has been a leader on the show, beloved by the cast and crew for his exceptional talent, vision and wonderful attitude. We are all sad to see him go, but we will all be better for the many shows he will no doubt create and run in the future,” EP/Arrowverse maestro, Greg Berlanti, said in a statement to THR. “Eric Wallace has proven his own exceptional talent and voice since Season 4, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to watch how he shapes the future of Team Flash and the many thrilling adventures that lay ahead for our characters and dedicated fans.” Currently in its fifth season, a new episode of The Flash airs tonight on The CW. If you’re a fan of Project Blue Book, then History Channel has some out-of-this-world news for you: the network just ordered another UFO-centric series. Announced by History today, Unidentified: Inside America¹s UFO Investigation is a non-fiction, six-part docuseries that unpacks the government’s official, yet top secret, investigation into possible visitors from outer space. “History is committed to creating informational, authentic programming that keeps our audience intrigued to learn more,” said Eli Lehrer, Executive Vice President and Head of Programming “This is not a UFO hunting show, but a series that will hopefully provoke a cultural conversation about unexplained phenomena and allow our viewers to ultimately draw their own conclusions. Tom’s curiosity and passion for this subject matter, combined with his team, are the perfect partners to deliver this breakthrough series.” “With this show, the real conversation can finally begin. I’m thankful to History for giving the To The Stars Academy team of world-class scientists, engineers and intelligence experts the opportunity to tell the story in a comprehensive and compelling way. I think everyone that watches the show will walk away with questions answered and a feeling of,”wow, I get it now,'” added DeLonge.

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