A cute ‘90s ghost band poofs into 2020 teenager Julie Molina’s life. Julie’s the only person who can see them, people can hear their music, but when they play music with her they’re visible to everyone. Wild antics and deep emotions ensue.More
Well everyone, we made it. “The 100” completed its final journey to the ground after 100 episodes, but any semblance of closure has been floated. After all that, I still don’t know what transcendence is.
The latest episode of “The 100” physically hurt me to watch. I felt the show’s visceral hands wrapping around my heart, squeezing, making it hard to breathe and couldn’t fathom what was right in front of my eyes. Horrific scene after horrific scene flooded my screen. I didn’t even fully comprehend what I watched until later.
Let’s hold up glasses of our favorite drinks and toast to the final season that could’ve been. Ah, how you will be missed.
The unbelievable happened. I’m shocked. I’m hurt. I’m confused. I’m in mourning.
BANG! — Is exactly how I felt after watching the latest episode of “The 100.” It’s a near-perfect word to describe all the feelings I had from start to finish.
Bellamy Blake managed to climb to the top of his mountain after his boulders kept crashing into him.
“What would Bellamy Blake want?” was a question tossed around in the latest episode of “The 100” and really sums up everything.
The latest episode of “The 100” gave us almost everything we’ve grown used to this season: another time jump explaining the cliffhanger from the previous episode, learning about Bardo, Sanctum still dealing with Sheidheda and our leads still without screen time.
Prime fire swallowing the earth, leaving nuclear destruction in its wake. The Second Dawn bunker saving Earth’s remaining human race. Trigedasleng being spoken. Groups dividing into factions thanks to a fascist leader who wants glory for himself. Siblings on separate sides fighting in a pit. Attention being drawn to Becca and the Flame. These are all things we’ve seen in “The 100” before, but this time there’s a twist.
Characters were forced to face what they’re most scared of losing in the latest, emotionally charged episode of “The 100.”
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published July 4 with Arryn Zech’s statement and was updated with Eliza Taylor’s response July 21. To see Taylor’s response, scroll to the bottom.
“The 100” characters literally walked into the belly of the beast in the latest episode all while wondering who they can trust now.
Intricately woven storylines, beautiful character moments and fast-paced action highlighted The 100 season seven, episode five, “Welcome to Bardo.” The audience was finally given time to get caught up from all the questions we had with the Anomaly, Octavia and Diyoza from season six.
The 100 season seven, episode four, kick-started the storyline we need in order to find Bellamy Blake.
The latest episode of The 100, “False Gods,” which aired June 3 on The CW, threw us head-first into the question of how can we do better when all our attempts at something good ends in death?