While Hollywood is chaos between cancellations and delays caused by the COVID-19 crisis, there are quotes that remain: ‘ The 100 ‘ will put a definitive endpoint after seven years on the air.
The science fiction series created by Jason Rothenberg and produced by The CW has evolved season by season in unexpected ways alongside a young cast who, almost entirely, has survived to see the last of its episodes.
A highly anticipated finale in the form of the seventh season that will arrive next Wednesday, May 20, in the United States.
To whet your appetite, we already have the first trailer, which promises a lot of violence and, as the end of the sixth season has already brought us, a good dose of paranormal phenomena.
Clarke ( Eliza Taylor ), Bellamy ( Bob Morley ), Raven ( Lindsey Morgan ), Octavia ( Marie Avgeropoulos), and company are still in Sanctum, where an “isolation madness” breaks out that could destroy everything.
There we find the protagonists, who continue to deal with the operation of The Anomaly and their more than probable time travel skills, or perhaps between different dimensions. Of course, the first images leave too much room for the imagination, and we anticipate that this new batch of episodes could be loaded with unexpected twists.
For now, we will know that there will be blood. “I used to think that fighting is what we do, but now I’m concerned that fighting is what we are,” we heard Clarke say.
“I can say without fear of being wrong that we have tried to say much more with this new season, ” Rothenberg said in an interview with TV Line. he continued, advancing that this revelation “will blow heads” of the fans.
The trailer for the foreplay is short and sweet, but Romy is Bobby (Bob Morley), some weirdo-weird stranger in black, and not completely dead Octavia (Octavia)! We just kept our hands crossed. This is his new shot, not a flashback. Also, we will try to avoid making Bellamy Black Cry.