It is official, season six of all The 100 has happened. We have returned to the grubby world populated by former Ark residents.
Handily, they’re since it’s broadcast on The CW mostly attractive people in their 20s, which makes sense.
It was CW manager Mark Pedowitz we first found out that the executive producer Jason Rothenberg had ideas for season six and per year seven, way back in January of last year.
“I know [Jason] includes a plan beyond year five,” he told Nerdist, though admitted” it is too soon to have that discussion”.
Pedowitz included: “He may have a six or seven-year strategy to it.
I don’t know if I’m allowed to say that, he has a strategy beyond year five, but he does.”
Rothenberg said in the past that his strategies conducted until season five, though (of course ) has since confessed that will go past this.
“When I said a year or two back, I had this thought for how I wanted the show to finish,” he explained last year.
“However, it was scalable and the ending could have been at the end of season three, it could be at the end of year five, it might be at the end of season eight.
“Those decisions aren’t mine.
I don’t feel that this is. However, I like these characters and this planet.
“We tell another story every year so that we do not get bored with that.
I still have an end story in your mind, but I don’t know when that conclusion will be and that I feel very, very confident that I’ll get to tell it eventually.”
The seventh season was formally verified in August and revealed to be the show’s last. What will we be brought by season seven? We’ve caught a bunch of supplies to go into the woods of speculation.
For now, what follows is largely guesswork, however, you may rest assured that we will be keeping a close watch out for all the latest news, scoops and rumors, so we can stick every single reality into this feature as soon as it comes in. Keep us is what we’re saying.
The 100 seasons 7 air date
Our season six air-date prediction turned out to be right, so we were likely to say the same again for season seven — that it would air in the spring.
But given that they only started filming in August, we are revising that into a little later in the year. Got to give them the time to look some awesome post-production special effects…
The 100 years 7 throw
Cast members will include Bob Morley as Bellamy Blake, Marie Avgeropoulos as Octavia Blake, Christopher Larkin as Monty Green and Lindsey Morgan as Raven Reyes.
Henry Ian Cusick won’t return as Marcus Kane after the sad passing of his character.
Shannon Kook was cast as a guest star in the season five finale and became a full member in year six, so she’ll be back too.
Shelby Flannery, who joined the cast after the year as grown-up Hope will go back too: “She is awesome,” Jason Rothenberg told TVLine.
“I’m fairly certain we were her first job.
She is just out of drama school, so she’s brand new, and I am eager to find out what she can do. That scene was only the tip of the iceberg.”
Guest stars will include Adina Porter (Indra), Jarod Joseph (Nathan Miller), Luisa d’Oliveira (Emori), Sachin Sahel (Eric Jackson), Tati Gabrielle (Gaia), Jessica Harmon (Niylah) Lola Flanery (Madi Griffin), JR Bourne (Russell Lightbourne VII), Chuku Modu (Gabriel Santiago) and Ivana Milicevic (Charmaine Diyoza).
The 100 seasons 7 plot
The 100 might be based on Kass Morgan’s string of postsecondary Young Adult novels, but it is added so much to the mythology by this point it might as well be the first series.
Rothenberg affirmed to TVLine that season seven will focus on The Anomaly — because you would expect given the grownup Hope twist.
“That show is mind-blowing,” Rothenberg said.
“The simple fact that Hope is now in her early twenties when three days ago she was a fetus, does begin to imply a few things about the Anomaly and about where we’re moving.”
The 100 years 7 trailer
We would say March 2020 is your very best bet.
Have a look at the sweet trailer for another season above until it arrives. We are going to replace it with the trailer that is season-seven next year when it lands.