When you are an iconic and well-beloved duo, you are going to have plenty of memorable moments, substantial development, and legions of fans. The 100‘s Bellamy Blake (Bob Morley) and Clarke Griffin (Eliza Taylor) are that beloved duo. They are Bellarke. Together, they’ve encountered pretty much everything, as well as going to such dangerous and soul-twisting ways to save lives. Hope and determination drove the two to the core, never giving up. Additionally, they are the very best of friends, or “platonic soulmates” as officially dubbed. It seems like everytime the two leaders appear side-by-side on screen, magic resonates. There is often a shortness of breath, a quickening beat of the heart, or a joyous squeal from one who has just witnessed Bellarke’s endeavors.
The 100, a world consisted of blood-soaking violence, questionable morals, and death that often ends in an outburst (through the eyes and hearts of dedicated viewers). If you compared and contrasted the overall conclusion, you can see that it is not much different from our world. That is the primary focal point of the post-apocalyptic series, and I can give you all of their world/our world paradigms. But, I am not. Instead, let’s explore into a topic that I seldom talk about. Shipping. Shipping is an integral focus on The 100, and how having a certain person-platonic and romantic- can make living in a chaotic regime that much more interesting and strengthens the narrative.
Canadian actor Greyston Holt (Bitten, A Very Country Christmas) has been added to the cast for The 100 season 6. He will be starring as a recurring character on the CW’s post-apocalyptic drama.
The 100‘s Bob Morley, Eliza Taylor, and Jason Rothenberg made their way into the Big Apple for New York Comic Con October 6th. They shared what is to come in The 100 Season 6, and according to Rothenberg, the new season will be like a brand new volume. With Monty Green (RIP beloved character of whom I will miss so much) cracking the encryption of Eligius III, he saved the lives of many after the third apocalypse. Now, presented with a new “Earth-like” planet with the two suns, the survivors will venture and start fresh. Yet, the burden of the past issues amongst the people will still be on the table. They will try to find ways to cope and forgive, even though it will be difficult. Yet, with a new Earth, there will be a new hope.
JR Bourne, you may know him as “Chris Argent” the werewolf hunter from MTV’s Teen Wolf. Today, Grounders Source has learned the 48-year-old Canadian actor will be joining The 100 season 6 cast. Bourne is the first new actor announced for the upcoming season of the dystopian series.
Members of The 100 cast will be kicking soccer balls in the 2018 Legends and Stars Charity Match, hosted by the Vancouver Whitecaps FC team this upcoming Saturday. The charity is to benefit the BC Children’s Hospital. Among The 100 alumni, other popular series credits, including IZombie and Riverdale.
The 100 leading stars, Bob Morley and Eliza Taylor, along with executive producer Jason Rothenberg will be special guests at next month’s New York Comic Con.
The 100 season 5 finale has left us all in tears and with fair reason. Monty and Harper received a happily ever after that many of us hope for but rarely get. Shannon Kook made his first appearance as Jordan Green, the sweet son of Monty and Harper, and Madi led Wonkru into peace. All of these wonderful pieces will lead us into season six, which will air in 2019. Although the wait is long and will be harboring, the season 5 soundtrack, released today, will hopefully make the wait easier.
The 100 is not known for happy or joyous moments- as it can be very dark and riveting. However, life should be more than just fighting and surviving. It should also carry moments of joy and hope. After all, what is the point of living if there is nothing to propel to? We all want happiness and security, but many of us have to fight for it. The series had a perceptually dark season five but managed to sprout seeds of joyous triumphs. Here are the Top Five Joyous Moments from The 100 season 5.
The 100 season 6 may be a millennium (hopefully not) away but revealed this evening the first two episodes have been revealed. I say that is a very early release.