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Tasya Teles as Echo, Bob Morley as Bellamy Blake Courtesy of The CW

 I know that this is a bit tardy, but back in May, the CW  Network released its official synopsis for the third season of the  sci-fi survival drama, The 100.  As we need to suffer from more heart attacks or emotional breakdowns.

For two seasons, the refugees The 100 sent to Earth have been at war. First at war with themselves, then with the firm-land and finally to Mount Weather . Many lost their lives along the way. All lost their innocence. They learned the hard way that in the struggle for survival, there are no heroes and villains. There is only the living and the dead. But now that the war is over. The battle against Mount Weather was won. The prisoners returned home to a seemingly peaceful world, but they may find peace within himself after they had to do to escape? And there’s more to life than to just survive? Unfortunately, your new sense of normalcy will be for a short time and their lives will be changed forever, as well as old threats and new test their loyalties, will push them beyond their limits and make them question what it means to be human. First, they struggled to survive. Then they fought for his friends. Now, they will fight for the human race.

The 100 is set to air on The CW January/February 2016.

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