The 100 is approved to be back on our televisions the next year. A long wait, we totally understand!
Firstly, just before season 6 was plated to premiere in April, the news of the show’s renewal was dropped. However, no confirmed date is as of yet revealed.
But, whatever we have we are glad to share with the fans of The 100. In fact, the cast started shooting for the series in August. So, it is speculated that the season may release in April 2020.
The post-nuclear apocalyptic world follows the journey of 100 juvenile delinquents who are faced with dystopic situations. However, the sixth season was a mystery with Anomaly playing a big part.
Importantly, this season will be the endgame of the series. Since season 6 ended providing a cliff hanger where (Spoiler!) adult, Hope kills Octavia. So, season 7 is brimming with expectations.
Jason Rothenberg shared on Twitter about season 7 wrapping up the series. Also, he is pretty excited about the show since he wants to share the justifiable ending.
Moreover, it is speculated that Octavia might make a reappearance on the show in snippets. Furthermore, it is revealed that season 7 will start directly from where season 6 ended. So no confusing time jumps for you to scratch your head over!
Interestingly, adult Hope, who was a mere fetus three days earlier won’t be the villain. Rothenberg shared that people will end up liking her. Besides, this is a piece of good news as Hope (Shelby Flannery) will be a series regular.
Importantly, Eliza Taylor will return in The 100 season seven as lead Clarke Griffin.
Other cast members are conjectured to include Marie Avgeropoulos as Octavia Blake, Bob Morley as Bellamy Blake. Subsequently, Christopher Larkin as Monty Green and Lindsey Morgan as Raven Reyes will reprise roles. But, Henry Ian Cusick will not return as Marcus Kane due to his character’s death.
The plot will focus on Anomaly. The Sheidheda is not dead. He would return to season 7, increasing the hype for it.
Since CW boss Mark Pedowitz revealed that Jason has already planned beyond season five, really, he sketched out the storyline till season 7 or even 8.
The earlier seasons were inspired by the novel series it takes inspiration from but each season presents a new perspective. Jason has devoted himself to making the ending suitable; it was planned for years. This is sure to infect you with enthusiasm for the next and last season.