The 100 is an American drama series directed by Jason Rothenberg. It’s a series based on Kas Morgan’s book with the same title. In this drama, the setting is like The Earth was empty for a long time, that is for over a century. So it features some people sent to Earth as a punishment to survive on their own, but they are not the only ones present on Earth.
The series aired on The CW in the United States on March 19, 2014. It marked the viewership with 2.73 million viewers watching the first episode. The series was confirmed to be ending with the seventh season in August 2019. The last season began on May 20, 2020, and ended on September 30, 2020.
Some characters are unique and do not feature in the novels. A few people’s personalities have been exchanged or shared. In terms of events, the TV series is likewise seen to be ahead of the book series. Many of the incidents shown in the TV program may not occur in the novels.
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The 100: Plot
Because of a nuclear disaster, Earth was destroyed 97 years ago, and now it’s the year 2149. The only survivors were 400 occupants of 12 country space stations in orbit at the time. In space, three generations have survived. As the Ark’s authorities work to preserve the survival of the human species, draconian restrictions such as the capital penalty for individuals beyond the age of 18 and population control are implemented. However, resources are running low, and the Ark is on its last legs. There is a discussion of returning to Earth for the first time in over a century. In March 19, 2014, Season 1 of the 100 premiered.
100 condemned youths of various offenses are transported to Earth to discover if it is habitable. Clarke Griffin, the Ark’s top medical officer and head engineer, is 17 years old; Wells Jaha, the son of Chancellor Jaha; the adventurous Finn Collins; the unlawful sister Octavia Blake; her stowaway brother Bellamy Blake; the cheerful Jasper Jordan; and the clever Monty Green.
The Ark’s commanders, Chancellor Jaha, second-in-command Marcus Kane, Councilwoman Abigail Griffin, and the Council, are technologically oblivious to what is happening to the 100 on Earth and must make difficult decisions concerning life, death, and the ongoing existence of the human species. Earth is an unfamiliar world to the 100, but they rapidly realize that it is full of fresh surprises and perils of all kinds.
Then they learn that not all of humanity was wiped out and that some survived the nuclear apocalypse: the Grounders, who live in 12 clans locked in a power struggle; another group of Grounders who have become cannibals called the Reapers; and the people who live in Mount Weather and locked themselves away before the apocalypse known as the Mountain Men.
On October 22, 2014 the second season of The 100 was premiered. The group is still dispersed and yearning to be reunited as the second season begins. As members of The 100 and fresh Ark arrivals stake out their position in a hazardous and beautiful new world, they face the physical dangers and moral quandaries that come with rebuilding a community.
On January 21, 2016 the third season of The 100 was premiered. Clarke Griffin and her gang of juvenile delinquents have faced death at every step since being reunited with the survivors of the space station Ark that crashed to Earth. Despite being questioned, supported, and deceived by her own people and partnerships with the Grounders, Clarke and the Grounders could always find common ground in survival. But success came at a tremendous cost. The trials continue in season three as they decide not just what type of lives they will establish but also how much it will cost them.
The 100’s fourth season aired on February 1, 2017. The battle for survival has splintered The 100, turned them against one another, and claimed the lives of their closest friends. Our protagonists were thrust into the midst of both the Grounder realm and the battle for Arkadia’s soul last season. Despite their best efforts, conflict looked imminent until a new, even more, terrifying threat blasted to the surface: ALIE, the A.I. that ended the world, offered an escape from agony and eternal life in the “City of Light.”
However, as her army expanded in size, it became evident that she was constructing an army committed to dominating all sentient life on Earth. This was no longer a conflict between competing groups; it was a battle for humanity’s survival. A harsh reality now rests on the shoulders of those who remain. Will they walk softly into the night? Or will they find hope and confidence in one another as they confront the most difficult chapter of their lives?
The 100’s fifth season aired on April 24, 2018. More than six years have gone since Praimfaya destroyed the world and murdered the majority of humanity. A prison ship falls from the skies as Clarke waits to hear from the group on the Ark or in the bunker. Are they a friend or an enemy? And what do they desire?
On April 30, 2019 the sixth season of The 100 was premiered. After 125 years of cryosleep and star-traveling, our heroes awoke to a new home, a parting gift from dearly departed pals. A safe haven where they can try again. They’ve been assigned one basic task: perform better. Play the good guys. With this philosophy in mind, Clarke and Bellamy lead a group of people down to this mysterious realm in the hopes of starting again and eventually finding peace.
But old habits die hard, and when they come upon a pristine civilization, they rapidly realize that not everything on Sanctum is as flawless as it appears. Despite their resolve to do better, perils both seen and hidden will push our heroes to battle for their lives and the survival of mankind once more.
The 100’s Season 7 premiered on May 20, 2020. After landing on a new planet, our heroes discovered a location where they planned to try again. Clarke and Bellamy led a group of people down to this mysterious realm to begin again, but not everything on Sanctum was as wonderful as it appeared. Despite their resolve to do better, challenges both seen and hidden pushed them to battle for their lives and the destiny of mankind once more.
The 100: Episode In which Maya Died
Maya Vie appeared in the second and sixth seasons as a recurrent character. Eve Harlow played her in “The 48,” where she made her debut.
Maya worked at Mount Weather’s medical area as well as the Mount Weather decontamination facility. During the revolution, her knowledge of the facility and desire to assist the delinquents kept the bulk of them safe and alive within the mountain.
Maya was slain along with the rest of the Mountain Men in “Blood Must Have Blood (Part 2)” (that is the sixteenth episode of season 2) after Clarke and Bellamy flushed radioactivity across Mount Weather. Jasper was deeply affected by her death, which caused him to become sad and carry grudges toward Clarke, Bellamy, and Monty, finally leading to his suicide. Maya’s final words to Jasper Jordan as she dies in his arms are “None of us is innocent.”