In The 100 Nevermind, airing next Tuesday, Clarke makes an aggressive comeback. We all knew that this would happen at some point during this suspenseful season. Check out the promos for the seventh episode!
The 100 floats back onto our screens tonight with the sixth episode entitled, Memento Mori. Written by Alyssa Clark and directed by PJ Pesce, it’s an immediate following of The Ballad of Josephine. Learn and prepare of what’s to come in this thrilling chapter.
Would you like to know the remaining titles for The 100 season 6? Of course, you would! See what they are below!
What’s one way to break the Twitterverse and all of social media? Making the off-guard (and I emphasize this completely) announcement that you have tied the knot to your legions of fans and loved ones! Bob Morley and Eliza Taylor had done exactly that!
The 100 season 7 has started production this week with the writers circling in. The story, theme, or its tagline hasn’t been revealed, but the episode count has.
Josephine Lightbourne has sung her song in The Gospel of Josephine, the thrilling new chapter in The 100. Written by Georgia Lee and directed by Ian Samoil, the piece gave us an inside look of Josephine’s world and how she spiderwebs people to keep her secret. Without further ado, here is our recap-review of The 100 The Gospel of Josephine!
Promotions for The 100 Memento Mori are here! It is the sixth episode and will air June 11th.
The 100 season 6 has been a phenomenal stream of emotional suspense and gravitating storytelling with only four episodes in. Characters leave no challenge unturned when confronted with them, resulting in even more superior circumstances. In this week’s all-new episode, The Gospel of Josephine, challenges are aplenty when Josephine Lightbourne Prime makes a home in Clarke Griffin’s body. The preview ahead will give some insight and perspective teases, so be careful upon reading if you don’t like slight spoilers.
Body swaps, distressing childhoods, and gorgeous gowns are the backbones in The 100 The Face Behind The Glass, Written by Charmaine DeGratè, directed by Tim Scanlan, the episode took us on an insane journey of what really happens in Sanctum. Let’s sink our teeth in a sweet cult cookie as we review The Face Behind The Glass!
The ratings for The 100 The Face Behind The Glass have been distributed. You will see a slight difference in the numbers from last week.