The 100 has only one more season left before the audience has to say their final goodbye. Season 6 truly had an impressive run. This season had an array of body-snatchers, killer artificial intelligence, missiles and spaceships.
How the last season ended?
The cliffhanger at the end of season 6 was really something even by show’s standard. Maybe adult Hope (played by Shelby Flannery) did kill Octavia (played by Marie Avgeropolous). As a result of Octavia turning into a green mist reminded the audience of the Anamoly. But this may not be the last of Octavia.
Season 6 finale raises the stakes too high. With Clarke witnessing her mother being murdered and then body-snatched too, along with keeping up the Josephine ploy to save her remaining friends and families.
Subsequently, Season 6 ends to marks the return of the grim post-nuclear apocalyptic world inhabited by previous Ark citizens. As the broadcast is on the CW network, most of these residents being attractive 20 somethings makes complete sense.
The heroes are stuck right in the middle of chaos in the finale, with fewer emotions but more dangers.
Season 7 Air Date
“When I said that a couple of years ago, I had an idea for how I wanted the show to end. We tell a different story every year, so we don’t get casual with it. I still have an end story in my mind. But I don’t know when that end is going to be. And I feel very, very confident that I’ll get to tell you about it eventually.” Rothenberg says.
Filming began from August, and Mark Pedowitz, the executive producer of CW, was the man to leak that. Though there isn’t any official date, we can expect it to happen somewhere this time by next year. Of course, there is a lot of VFX work to put in.
Eliza Taylor will surely return as the lead. Let’s agree on the fact that she has the charm and appeal to be here. Other actors consist of Bob Morley as Bellamy Blake, Christopher Larkin as Monty Green, Marie Avgeropoulos as Octavia Blake, and Lindsey Morgan as Raven Reyes. The character, Marcus Kane, will not return. And there’s still uncertainty about Shelby Flannery’s return.
Season 8 Possibilities:
Earlier this year, the CW network officially announced that season 7 would be the final and the wrap-up season of the series The 100. Fans were really hopeful for the series to continue after the announcement of season 7, but alas!
Mark Pedowitz, who is the CW’s president, told the press that the network fully supports and hears the showrunners and creators that it’s time for the series to meet its graceful end, at the Television Critics Association Summer Tour.
Jason Rothenberg, the main showrunner, took to Twitter to applaud the CW network’s decision. Along with this, he, too, confirmed that season 7 is the final season of The 100. Rothenberg always had his perfect ending story planned. Likewise, he even said that if the network had asked for a season 8, he would have much rather walked out of the series.
Indeed The 100 is ending, but if it did continue, Rothenberg wouldn’t have been involved. But this doesn’t mean there is no possibility of a spin-off show. This will result in the expansion of The 100’s universe.