The 100 is an American post-apocalyptic science fiction drama TV series that premiered on March 19, 2014, on The CW. The developer of this series Jason Rothenberg is loosely based on the novel series of the same name by Kass Morgan. This series is available on Netflix.
A hundred kids are returning to earth after it turns uninhabitable. Sounds fantastic and familiar? Well, it is. A post-apocalyptic series, The 100 is coming back for Season 7! Yes, spaceships, highly developed AI systems, rockets, everything is returning to us. For more details, keep reading.
The 100 Season 7: Release Date and Trailer
During the premiere of Season 6, CW confirmed the release of the show’s seventh installment soon. However, the publication has not yet been narrowed to a particular date. Our best bet is that it will be released in mid-2020.
While fans can find many videos related to Season 7, none of them are official. Sadly, no Official teasers or trailers are out there by CW yet. But we are expecting one very soon.
The 100 Season 7: Cast Details
Starting with the lead actor, the character of Clarke Griffin will undoubtedly return, and Eliza Taylor will play that role. However, we believe Eliza will be accompanied by Marie Avgeropoulos playing Octavia Blake, Bob Morley playing Bellamy Blake, Christopher Larkin playing Monty Green, and Lindsey Morgan playing Raven Reyes.
No official updates have been mentioned about new cast members of this series.
The 100 Season 7 Plot: What to expect from Season 7?
For the seventh installment, one can expect that the storyline will pick up from the finale of Season 6. No quick jumps, This means that fans will be seeing how Bellamy will try to understand what exactly happened with her sister and how. fans couldn’t see what happened to Octavia. Though it seems like she is dead, anything is possible. So, fans have to wait and watch. And honestly, fans are expecting a big turn here. 100’s Season 7 is expecting to include 16 episodes, which is three more than usual.
Our sources suggest that although Jason Rothenberg stated that it would be the last season for the 100, it may provide a potential prequel path. That will be amazing, isn’t it? But to be sure, we got to wait a bit before the show airs on CW. And one can only hope for a positive response from the makers and producers of the series.
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