One of the more gripping narratives of The 100 are the Blake siblings. As we all know, Octavia was born illegally as a second child in a populace-restricted ARK, and because of this, Aurora Blake (Bellamy’s and Octavia’s mother) was floated. Despite the scandal, the Blakes are the prime definition of family. Bellamy may have had bumps in the road watching out for his sister, but that is pretty much a given when it comes to raising kids. Yet, the Blakes survived the harshest of situations with or without the other. The last time bro and sis saw one another was when they were on the radio in the fourth season finale. With six full years surpassed, the narrative will take on a shifting course between the two.
When it comes to real-life scenarios, the fight for all things freedom and survival, and the journey not only to find a connection with others but among themselves, The 100 is strongly known for that. Since its beginning, however, it also provided strong female leads and adjoining, breaking barriers that were often given to men several years ago, and still, continues to do just that. This is vital as women struggle to find their voice and embodiment, but in the new age, we are successfully succeeding. There is a major slew of characters that we can learn and inspire by, and find a purpose to avail.
On May 30th, Alycia Debnam-Carey attended a press conference with her fellow costars for Fear The Walking Dead. I have added some HQ photos from the event for all to enjoy!
There will be a new series regular in the upcoming The 100 season five, and it’s Tasya Teles! How very exciting!
In reflection of tonight’s all new episode of The 100, entitle The Other Side, I have written a piece about one of the main characters, Jasper Jordan. In the article, it surmises his struggle with mental illness, and how Devon Biostick projected him so well in the series. Please read on and let me know what you think. *The following piece will contain discussions of mental illness and suicide. Reader and viewer discretion is strongly advised.*
There is a new girl in town and she will be quite the important one! Meet Gaia, the Flamekeeper Scout!
Octavia Blake, fan-favored heroine and now rumored assassin of The 100 has evolved rather drastically over the course of three seasons. With the death of Lincoln (Rick Whittle), difficulty finding her place in the world, (Not Trikru, not Skaikru), and trying to break ties with her older brother Bellamy, Octavia will have to deal with the trauma her own way.
On Monday, July 25th, Marie Avgeropoulos was on KTLA morning news, and she discusses her darkening role of Octavia Blake on The 100, and her new kick-ass character on Crackle’s zombie flick Dead Rising: End Game, Sandra Lowe. See what she says in this video from KTLA News, that is based in Los Angeles.
On Thursday, July 21st, Alycia Debnam-Carey attended the taping of the third annual MTV Fandom Awards. She was applauded by legions of fans, whilst looking radiant in a bronze gown. Photos and video to follow.
The 100’s leading lady, Eliza Taylor and her handsome leading co-star, Bob Morley has snagged the Teen Choice nomination of #ChoiceTVChemistry.