While it’s official that season six of The 100 is happening, news of a seventh season is also doing the rounds. With the return of a grubby post-nuclear apocalyptic earth populated by former Ark residents in April this year, we are thrilled to be watching a bunch of really attractive young adults. After all, the show is broadcast on The CW.
It was CW boss Mark Pedowitz that first discovered executive producer Jason Rothenberg’s plans for a seventh season, saying he didn’t know the details but was quite sure of it happening. In the past, Rothenberg had said though he does plan to go beyond season 5. The sixth season was officially confirmed In May last year and it released almost a year after that. So what does this mean for season 7? Grab your backpack of supplies and let’s head into the forest of speculations.
The 100 Season 7 Release date
After all our prediction for the sixth season turned out to be correct, we believe the same will happen for season 7, which would probably be on air by spring 2020.
The 100 Season 7 Cast
According to our forecast, Eliza Taylor will return in the seventh season as the protagonist Clarke Griffin. Other cast members will include Bob Morley as Bellamy Blake, Marie Avgeropoulos as Octavia Blake, Lindsey Morgan as Raven Reyes, Christopher Larkin as Monty Green and Henry Cusick as Marcus Kane. Shannon Kook was cast in a guest role in the season 5 finale so as long as she makes it through season 6, we can expect her to come back for the seventh.
With season 6 focussing on a new colony of humans on Eligius III, season 7 could be set entirely on earth, giving Rothernberg the chance to bring the series to a proper conclusion in the form of a massive battle or something similar.
However, at this point, your guess is as good as ours. The 100 may be based on Kass Morgan’s series of young adult novels but it has managed to add so much to the mythology by now, it might as well have been marketed as an original series by Netflix.