THE 100 SEASON 7 RELEASE DATE, CAST INFO, STORYLINE, TRAILER, AND EPISODES, EVERYTHING IS HERE!!

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The 100 is an American post-apocalyptic sci-fi drama TV show that premiered on March 19, 2014, on The CW. Season 6 of the show finished airing in August 2019. Season 6 of the show concludes the season with a banger cliffhanger. But before that, the tweet from The 100 official account announced a renewal and officially confirmed that it would be te last with a teaser.

There resemble a large number of clarifications about how this storyline turns will up like yet just one will occur, and for it, we need to pause and watch what season 7 will resemble.

WHEN WILL IT PREMIERE?

On April 24, 2019, the CW officially announced the season 7 for Its Hit TV show the 100. Season 7 will be the final season consisting of a total of 16 episodes and there is no official date for season 7 yet. Now we are assumed this is precisely the same month March 2020. Before season 6 came to the USA in the United Kingdom along with April 2019 in September 2019.

THE 100 SEASON 7 CASTINFO

Eliza Taylor will be returning as Clarke Griffin. Maric Avgeropoulos would be playing Octavia Blake, Bob Morley as Bellamy Blake, and Lindsey Morgan as Raven Reyes will also be joining Eliza in the show and Shannon Kook will also be returned. And the cast includes Sachin Sahel, Jarod Luisa d’ Oliveira, Adina Porter, Shelby Flannery, and Tati Gabrielle, Lola Flanery Jessica Harmon, JR Bourne Ivana, Milicevic, and Chuku Modu are also a part of the new upcoming season.

THE 100 SEASON 7 STORYLINE AND EPISODES

There all be a total of 16 episodes in the final and 7 seasons. The CW network will be broadcast every Tuesday by the show and will come to Netflix later. It has also been revealed that the end will have no massive surprise that could open the gates to even more stories as it would be the final season for the show. Rothenberg also mentioned there would not be any time travel, with the story picking up straight after the season fix finale.

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