This CW show is Sci-Fi post-apocalyptic drama show that was originally released on March 19, 2014. The show is inspired by the novel series “The 100” by Kass Morgan and is developed by Jason Rothenberg. The first season show showed a group of criminal adolescents sent back to earth after years of living on The Ark.
The Ark is where humanity had its last stand after the Nuclear Apocalypse. The teenagers are sent back to earth to see if life on Earth is possible again. The story progresses as Teenagers find out how the earth has changed over the years and they know nothing about the planet that was once their home. The show is on its 7th Season and gets a new episode weekly.
What Is The Fate Of The 100 Moving Forward?
It seems that the Seventh Season will be the last season for The100 as the executive producer Jason Rothenberg said: “We’ve actually been asking for this to be the last season for a while because we feel like it’s time to get out while the getting’s good.” However, there have been talks about making a prequel for the 100 that will be set 97 years before the starting of 1st Season.
The narrative will be around the survivors who were on the ground and learned to cope up with the harsh surroundings and tried to create a better society. The pilot for the show will air during Season 7 and its title will be ‘Anaconda’.
The show is in the middle of its seventh season which might be the last one. The current cast for the show is Eliza Taylor as Clarke Griffin, Marie Avgeropoulos as Octavia Blake, Bob Morley as Bellamy Blake, Lindsey Morgan as Raven Reyes, Shannon Kook as Jordan Greens and a few more. If the show ever gets renewed and they decide to make the 8th season, hopefully, we will see these stars back in action as our favorite The 100 characters.
Plot And Other News
In Season 6 we saw that the group arrived at a new planet with two Suns and saw them trying to adjust to a new planet and face new challenges. We also saw the characters were divided at the beginning of season 7 some physically while others because of time. We will see as the story progresses and how they come to terms with their differences.
The show runner Jason Rothenberg also said “It’ll be our version of a happy ending,” and “I can safely say that we’re trying to say something more with season seven. The ending of a story always is the point of the story, the moral of the story. We have yet to reveal the moral of the story, but it will be revealed in season seven.And it won’t be, ‘People are horrible, we all suck, we’re willing to kill everyone and everything and do anything to survive.’ “There’s a higher purpose.”
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