The 100 Season 7:
After it is uninhabited, hundreds of children return to earth. Sounds fantastic and familiar? Okay Apocalyptic Septic Series, The 100 will be back for season 7! Yes, spaceships, highly developed AI systems, rockets, everything comes back to us. For more information, read on.
During the season 6 premiere, CW confirmed the seventh instalment of the program that will soon be released. However, the publication has not yet been limited to a particular date. Our best bet is that it will be launched in mid-2020.
While you can find many videos related to season 7, none of them is official. Unfortunately, The CW has not yet released any progress or breakthrough. But we expect one very soon and we will inform you as soon as there is one.
Starting with the lead actor, Clarke Griffin’s character is definitely being played by Eliza Taylor. We believe that Mary Averopoulos will play the role of Octavia Blake, Bob Morley, Bellamy Blake, Christopher Larkin, Monty Green and Lindsey Morgan as Raven Rees, alongside Eliza.
For the seventh instalment, we expect the story to emerge from the end of season 6. There is no hurry. This means that we will see that Bellamy will try to understand what exactly happened to her sister and how. We can’t see what happened with Octavia.
Although it seems that she is dead, everything is possible. We’ll have to wait and see. And honestly, we expect a great twist here. Season 7 of the 100 is expected to include 16 episodes, three more than usual.
Our sources suggest that although Jason Rothenberg said it would be the last season for the 100, he could provide a route to a possible prequel. It would be amazing, right? But, of course, we had to wait a bit before the show aired on The CW. For more updates on your favourite TV shows and movies, stay tuned!