As Marcus (Henry Ian Cusick) tells Abby (Paige Turco) at the end of the season premiere, “The youth have inherited the Earth.” Indeed they have. Too bad, as she aptly points out, that “now they have to save it.” Which leaves us here and now: at the end of last season Clarke (Eliza Taylor) pulled the plug on A.L.I.E., the AI that destroyed the Earth the …
(Spoiler alert: Please do not read on if you have not watched Wednesday’s Season 4 premiere episode of “The 100,” titled “Echoes”) As they survey the damage done by the Season 3 finale of “The 100,” Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and friends are quickly faced with a pressing new problem: The end of the world.
Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and the other Skaikru must find a way to save the world—all while finding a way to stop a war with Ice Nation.
The 100 Season 4 Episode 1. The 100 season 4 premiere has a lot of ground to cover, picking up immediately after the end of last season. We manage to see the power struggle for and selection of new leadership for the grounders, set off our season-long conflicts, and get a hint of the global destruction that is to come.
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Jan 21, 2016 · The 100 is basically CW’s response to The Hunger Games, and like every other CW show, it’s packed with some of the most beautiful people on Earth. Unlike some other shows on the CW, though, The 100 is effortlessly feminist. The female characters take on leadership roles, excel at combat, and don’t shy away from violence — all …
In the premiere, someone says, “The youth have inherited the earth.” Do the younger characters take a more formal leadership role this season? For sure, everyone looks at Clarke and Bellamy, Clarke in particular, as a leader if not the leader.
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The season three premiere of The 100, “Wanheda: Part One,” picks up right where season two left off, and in more ways than one. It’s not just that the show drops in directly after Murphy sees the video that reveals, essentially, how earth came to be in its current post-nuclear state, but also that The 100 is once again ready to tackle bigger themes …
In Australia, The 100 was originally scheduled to premiere on Go!  but instead premiered on Fox8 on September 4, 2014.  Season 2 premiered on January 8, 2015.
No. of episodes: 64 (list of episodes)