CW’s hit show, The 100, is soon to air its final season. Season 7 has been confirmed to be the final t1instalment to the show. Season 6 was left on a huge cliff-hanger, even by the standards of the show’s previous seasons. Though, the next season is confirmed to pick up right after the last moments of the last episode. Where Bellamy, played by Bob Morley, is figuring out what happened to his sister. No time jumps or flashbacks.
The 100 is set to premiere at the beginning of 2020. Most likely, in the month of March. But there has been no confirmation of the actual date. The production for the show began back in August. So, it could take a few months to air.
As far as the cast list is concerned, Eliza Taylor as Clarke Griffin Marie Avgeropoulos as Octavia Blake, Bob Morley as Bellamy Blake, Lindsey Morgan as Raven Reyes, and Shannon Kook as Jordan Green, are all returning for the final season.
Jason Rothenberg, the producer, confirmed that this final season of the 100 would focus on The Anomaly. “That reveal is obviously mind-blowing,” he informed, “The fact that Hope is now in her early twenties when three days ago she was a foetus, does begin to imply some things about the Anomaly and about where we’re going.” Rothenberg had also shared that he had an ending in mind for this series. He wasn’t sure which season would be its end because those decisions aren’t his to make. But, he revealed just how much he loves working with these characters and the plot of this show. “We tell a different story every year so we don’t get bored with it,” he said. Stay tuned for more updates and news about this last season.