The post-apocalyptic drama TV series, The 100 is returning with its seventh season, and fans of the show are extremely excited to see what the team has in store for them. The sixth season of The 100 released earlier in April, and fans are already discussing the future of the characters in the upcoming seventh season.
The show has been extremely popular among the fans ever since it made its debut in 2014. Over the years, it had managed to gather a loyal following who were extremely happy when the CW Network gave the show the green light for the seventh season in April.
According to Rothenberg, the show might get renewed for the 8th season as well. He revealed that they always tell a different story in every new season, so there is nothing to be bored off, and he already has the end story in his mind, and Season 8 could be the final one (updated information at the end). But, that’s for the future, let’s talk about the upcoming seventh season. We have gathered all the recent updates and information regarding the upcoming show, so here is everything you need to know about The 100 season 7.
The 100 Season 7 Episodes and Plot
The 100 Season 7 will feature a total of 16 episodes. The official plot of the upcoming season is yet to be revealed; however, Season 7 is expected to focus entirely on Earth, and a massive battle could be a way of concluding the series. It has also been revealed that the end will have no massive surprise that could open the gates to even more stories as it would be the final season for the show
Rothenberg talking with TVLine confirmed that season seven will focus on The Anomaly – as you’d expect, given the adult Hope twist. Rothenberg said, “That reveal is obviously mind-blowing, The fact that Hope is now in her early twenties when three days ago she was a fetus, does begin to imply some things about the Anomaly and about where we’re going.”
Rothenberg also mentioned there would not be any time travel, with the story picking up straight after the season fix finale.
The 100 Season 7 Cast
The cast for the upcoming season includes Eliza Taylor as Clarke Griffin, Bob Morley as Bellamy Blake, Paige Turco as Dr. Abigail Griffin, Marie Avgeropoulos as Octavia Blake, Henry Ian Cusick as Marcus Kane (not confirmed), Christopher Larkin as Monty Green (not confirmed), Lindsey Morgan as Raven Reyes, Richard Harmon as John Murphy.
— The 100 (@CW_The100) March 4, 2020
The 100 Season 7 update
The official update of The 100 Season 7 is 20 May 2020 at 8/7c on The CW. The show has been given an official renewal for a seventh season, which is a very good decision from the CW. However, it has become a ritual for quite some time to get a renewal with bad news of being the last renewal. The same happened with Arrow, Supernatural, and now The 100.
Season 6 of the show concludes the season with a banger cliff hanger. But before that, the tweet from ‘The 100’ official account announced a renewal and confirmed that it would be the last, with a teaser. Kass Morgan also replied to the tweet and thanked everyone from the cast and crew members for making the show. Well, the renewal is making fans both happy and sad, but finally, the fate of the show has been sealed.
Many fans are getting worried if The 100 Season 7 is getting delayed because of the ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic, but fans would be happy to know, that the seventh season officially set to release on May 20, 2020.
In a recent interview, Sachin Sahel, who is well known for his role in The 100 as Eric Jackson, revealed the following: “I think just by watching the first episode, you can expect that this is going to be our best season. It’s one of my favorite seasons on television.”
There resemble a large number of clarifications about how this plot turns will wind up like, yet just one will occur, and for it, we need to pause and watch what season 7 will resemble. In any case, meanwhile, everybody is paying special mind to different spoilers and data that may get spilled off-camera about the last run of this show.
The 100 Season 7 from 20th May at 8 p.m. and will follow the same release every Wednesday. The CW has not announced any new information regarding the show’s prequel arrangement, so this may be the last time fans will see Jason Rothenberg’s dystopian dramatization arrangement universe.
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— The 100 (@cwthe100) March 13, 2020
Concerning how The 100 will end on screen for Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and Co., Rothenberg recently revealed to EW that “it’ll be our variant of an upbeat completion.” The CW itself has affirmed this data as they have authoritatively reported that the seventh and the last period of this show. There are yet no trailers about this new season, yet as you all know,