The latest season of The 100 TV series has premiered on the 21st of this month.
When we last saw "The 100," Mount Weather was devastated, the Grounders returned home and Clarke left the Compound since she couldn't manage the blame of what she'd done to recover her kin.
With Season 3 debuting on The CW Jan. 21, we're numbering during the time until we're brought together with Clarke, Bellamy, Lexa and whatever remains of our faves. Enthusiasts of the show have been having ship wars for #Clexa and #Bellarke, yet there may be another Clarke blending this season.
Also, so, we need to know who she is, alongside the responses to these other indispensable inquiries. Much obliged ahead of time, Jason Rothenberg, who we expect will straightforwardly answer these inquiries for us!
The 100 (spelled The Hundred) is an American post-prophetically catastrophic show TV series that debuted on The CW amid the 2013–14 American TV season, on March 19, 2014. The series, created by Jason Rothenberg, depends on a book of the same name, the first in a set of three by Kass Morgan.
The series takes place after a gathering of high schoolers: Clarke (Eliza Taylor), Bellamy (Bob Morley), Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos), Jasper (Devon Bostick), Monty (Christopher Larkin), Raven (Lindsey Morgan), Finn (Thomas McDonell) and Wells (Eli Goree) as they turn into the first people to come back to Earth after an overwhelming war; likewise concentrating on Clarke's mom, Abby (Paige Turco), Marcus (Henry Ian Cusick), a chamber part on "The Ark" and Wells' dad, Thelonious (Isaiah Washington), the Chancellor.
The series is set 97 years after a staggering atomic war wiped out all life on Earth. The main known survivors lived on 12 space stations in Earth's circle before the war. The space stations grouped together to frame a solitary huge station named "The Ark", where around 2,400 individuals live under the authority of Chancellor Jaha. Resources are rare, so all violations – paying little mind to their tendency or seriousness – are deserving of launch into space ("coasting") unless the culprit is under 18 years old. After the Ark's life-emotionally supportive networks are observed to be fundamentally coming up short, 100 adolescent detainees are proclaimed "nonessential" and sent to the surface – close-by previous Washington, D.C.– in a last jettison endeavor to figure out whether Earth is tenable once more, in a system called "The 100", for which the show is named.
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