It was way back in March 2014 when the first episode of The 100 premiered in The CW. The American sci-fi TV series, which is themed on a post-apocalyptic world, was an instant hit.
There have been six seasons since though the series developer Jason Rothenberg says that he only had plans for five seasons.
But it went another season more than that. And the good news is that a new season is already in the making. So, let’s give you folks all the updates and gossips, you people are drooling over.
“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 Christopher Larkin as Monty Green, Bob Morley as Bellamy Blake, and Marie Avgeropoulos as Octavia Blake, Lindsey Morgan, as Raven Reyes. The character, Marcus Kane, will not return. And there’s still uncertainty about Shelby Flannery’s return.
Though it is based on Kass Morgan’s novel by the same name, the creators, have always made so much of mythology that the story always seems fresh. Rothenberg says the highlight this time will be The Anomaly as Hope now turns an adult. It will follow her views and where she stands as a character.
I don’t know about your pals, but I’m pretty excited already.