The final season of The CW’s The 100 has received a premiere date.
The 100 follows 100 delinquent teen prisoners who are sent from space to try and survive on Earth after a nuclear war destroyed civilization. The characters face trials and tribulations as they try to navigate life in this unknown world, even facing major losses a long the way. The show has been on the air for six seasons, but now fan’s of The CW’s dystopia sci-fi drama will have to soon say goodbye as The 100 prepares for its seventh and final season.
The CW has set the premiere date for the seventh and final season of The 100 for Monday, May 20,2020 at 9/8c.
There has been a lot of exciting news coming out in anticipation of the final season of The 100, and this is what we know so far. Supernatural‘s Alaina Huffman, best known for her role as Abaddon, will be joining the cast of The 100 as Nikki, a newly-awakened Eligius IV convict. We also know that the season seven episode lineup will include a prequel back door pilot for a spin-off series. The episode will be titled “Anaconda”.
Back in February, show creator Jason Rothenberg tweeted about finishing the untitled prequel spin-off series. However, The CW has yet to give word on whether or not they will go forward with the series.
Two more days on The 100 Prequel (not called Anaconda, by the way). So proud of this amazing crew. So excited for you to meet this new cast. #The100 #Prequel
— Jason Rothenberg (@JRothenbergTV) February 10, 2020
It’s up in the air on how The 100 will end but Rothenberg told Entertainment Weekly”, “It will be our version of a happy ending.”
Want to catch up on The 100 before the season seven premiere? You can binge all previous six seasons on Netflix.