After a fateful encounter with a doppelganger, Ray Terrill gains superpowers and takes the Nazis of Earth-X.
Executive Producer Marc Guggenheim previews the new DC hero on CW Seed.
The Ray and The Trevor Project team up to save young lives in the LBGTQ community.
All his life, Ray Terrill has fought injustice, dreaming of making a real difference like his older brother, a Marine who was killed in Afghanistan. One day, he stumbles upon a dying superhero from another Earth and is stunned to find that this superhero looks just like him—because it is! The dying Ray Terrill of Earth-X transfers photokinetic energy to this Earth’s Ray, making him a superhero – THE RAY. However, Ray quickly learns being a superhero isn’t all hanging muggers from streetlamps and fighting giant robots. As the evil Nazi New Reichsman of Earth-X, led by Overgirl, close in, The Ray must learn to harness his powers by coming to terms with his true self, even if that means also finally coming out of the closet to his parents. The fate of Earth-X depends on it!
Season 2 Episodes combined
The feature-length release of Freedom Fighters: The Ray combines the first two seasons of the CW Seed digital series set in the "Arrowverse" into a single uniform story with transitional scenes not included in the streamed series. Ray Terrill, a fair housing advocate in Tulsa, encounters The Ray, his battle-injured super-powered counterpart from Earth X where Nazis won World War II. Granted the light-based powers of the dying man, Ray struggles with being Tulsa's new superhero in the shadow of his late older brother's military service along with navigating his relationships as a closeted gay man. The meta-human nature of his activities attract attention from outside Tulsa while concurrently the conflicts of Earth X threaten to disrupt his new status quo.
In Tulsa of Earth-X a branch of Freedom Fighters consisting of The Ray, Dollman, Phantom Lady, Black Condor and Red Tornado are fighting Schutzstaffel squad led by Overgirl, Black Arrow and Blitzkrieg over lives of ceveral civilians.
As The Ray gets wounded trying to save Red Tornado, Vibe intervenes in the fight breaching him to Earth One.
Ray Terrill gets fired from his job while the opportunity of a lifetime breaches in his life.
Ray Terrill tries to make sense of what happened to him and discovers that he now has superpowers.
As John helps Ray to understand his superpowers and persuades him to approach Jacob, Team Flash notices the suspicious radioactivity over Tulsa, a result of Ray's powers.
As Ray Terrill proceeds with his superhero antics and personal life, on Earth-X Vibe gets attacked by Overgirl, Blitzkrieg and Black Arrow.
Barry, Cisco, Oliver and Curtis recruit Ray as a crime-fighter. He is thrown into the thick of things when Mari McCabe (a.k.a. Vixen) seeks their assistance in defeating a giant robot attacking Detroit.
Ray proves instrumental in defeating the giant robot. Oliver offers to train him. After he returns home, his house is attacked by Overgirl, who steals the Red Tornado's cerebral cortex from him.
After being attacked by Overgirl, Ray tells his parents that he has to go away for a while. He comes out to them and they are accepting of his sexuality. Ray has Cisco send him to Earth-X.
On Earth-X, Ray contacts the Resistance in the ruined New York City. Phantom Lady and Black Condor mistake him for his counterpart from their Earth. Ray offers to help them fight the New Reichsmen and retake the cortex from Overgirl.
Ray, Cisco, Phantom Lady, Black Condor and the Resistance are faced with an attack by Overgirl, Black Arrow, Blitzkrieg and the New Reichsmen.