The 100 is an American post-apocalyptic science fiction drama TV series. The countdown until The 100‘s Season 7 premiere has officially begun, and we’re more eager than ever to find out what will happen in the final season.
The 100 Season 7: When will be The 100 season 7 go on air?
It yields to Netflix and CW due to its seventh year of continuous streaming. The show receives broad perspectives because’s how it reached the seventh season mark.
CW officially announced the seventh season of the success tv display The 100 on April 24, 2019. The seventh season is the closing season and includes 16 episodes. The display ended with a complete of 100 episodes. However, there aren’t any official dates for season 7.
The 100 Season 7 cast: Who will star in The 100 season 7?
Eliza Taylor will return in The 100 season seven as lead Clarke Griffin.
Other cast members include Marie Avgeropoulos as Octavia Blake, Bob Morley as Bellamy Blake, and Lindsey Morgan (who’s directing episode seven) as Raven Reyes. Original stars Henry Ian Cusick and Paige Turco will not be returning as Marcus Kane and Abby Griffin, respectively, following their characters’ sad deaths in season six. Shannon Kook, who was a guest star in season five finale, will also be back.
The 100 Season 7 plot: What’s going to happen in The 100 season 7?
The 100 is based on Kass Morgan’s series of post-apocalyptic Young Adult novels, but it’s added so much to the mythology across its six seasons that it’s practically an original.
Rothenberg confirmed that season seven would focus on The Anomaly – as you’d expect, given the adult Hope twist.
“That reveal is mind-blowing,” Rothenberg said. “The fact that Hope is now in her early twenties when three days ago she was a fetus does begin to imply some things about the Anomaly and about where we’re going.”
Rothenberg has also said that there won’t be any time travel, with the story picking up straight after the season fix finale.