Good afternoon on board 7! The 100, a post-apocalyptic American mystery thriller, began around 2014. And since its launch, it has attracted a huge fan base. This is what you need to know about the forthcoming dystopian science fiction. She also described the coming season as “batsh*t nuts” as Dr Eric Jackson described.
CW boss Mark Pedowitz pointed out in January 2018 that a seventh installation would be possible. And that, he still had a lot of thoughts to learn.
Well, in 36 days, such ideas come to life, first on 20 May 2020. This last season only has 16 episodes, a total of 100 (very dramatic, isn’t it?) episode counts. Official headlines are given for each case, the first one being called “From the Ashes.”
As of now, no updates are available on the change of cast.
- Eliza Taylor as Clarke Griffin
- Bob Morley as Bellamy Blake
- Marie Avgeropoulos as Octavia Blake
- Lindsey Morgan as Raven Reyes
- Paige Turco as Dr Abigail Griffin
- Henry Ian Cusick as Marcus Kane
After 97 years of the nuclear attack, humanity is ruined, the story unfolds. In the hope of discovering whether or not the Earth is still habitable, a spacecraft is sent. There are 100 youth prisoners inside the country. There are 100.
There has currently been no overview of the new season. But Jason Rothenberg, writer of The 100, made clear that time travel would not be feasible. And after the sixth, the 7th season will pick up. Ideally, in the fourth volume, The 100: Rebellion of Kass Morgan, fans finish up. Clarke and Bellamy tie the knot, and in real life, they are a caring couple.
There is still no trailer, so keep up-to-date regularly!