Talk about presenting and promoting one of the best shows on current television, and amplifying that promotion to define the show of what it truly is. The CW Network has decided to finally rev up the promotion for The 100-in which doesn’t get much, and the results are simply stunning. I believe this is one of those “quality over quantity cases” and in defense, it works. Really works. On Wednesday, a new 60-second trailer for season five was released, showing four of the main characters questioning their conscience and selves with the tagline, “Who Am I?”
The 100 season 5 trailer may only be days away, but a few more images have been “leaked” by Jason Rothenberg this past Saturday. Though the wait is excruciatingly hard, the stills soften the anticipation and suspense (somewhat). But until the trailer is officially released by Warner Brothers and the CW (the showrunner has no power over release), I can say that I am satisfied for now that we get these fun tastes. Continue on to see the stills from the trailer.
When it comes to villains, The 100 has created some very multi-faceted and dimensional ones. Who can forget Cage Wallace, who done some merciless deeds inside Mt. Weather? Or Charles Pike, the man who acted purely on vengeance? Now, the people will have a new villain to be concerned about in the upcoming season five. Canadian actor Mike Dupod will be joining the bad-guy line.
Some very exciting news about The 100 season 5 discreetly bubbled up on social media today, and it had the fandom raving! Any news about The 100 pretty much explodes the fandom as we simply cannot get enough-both literally and figuratively. I am not going to elaborate why this is, but on we go.
One of the several bonus features from The 100 season four DVD set (Thank you Amazon for not delivering yesterday, and had to make a crucial trip to Best Buy) was the blooper gag reel. I don’t know about you, but I always found it hilariously ironic as the show is all about the dark matter. In case that you cannot view it, I have it for you! Enjoy!
I have scanned and uploaded the pages of The 100 feature from this year’s Comic Con edition of TV Guide Magazine. Senior writer Damian Holbrook penned an amazing piece asking the important questions to show runner Jason Rothenberg touching base about the upcoming season five. The answers were nondescript about spoilers but provided enough satisfaction to quench the thirst. The feature also contained past seasons, a few BTS photos! You can access the scans below.
With The 100 season four DVD dropping this Tuesday, July 18th, Grounders Source will celebrate the occasion wholeheartedly. What better event to do just that?
I know it has been nearly two months since The 100 Praimfaya, the fourth season finale, but the episode is still making waves. And that is a good thing. I have finally completed my long-awaited review of the piece, and you can read it below! *The following article will contain spoilers from the episode. Reader and viewer discretion is advised.*
It has been 2.5 weeks since The 100 aired the spectacular and well-orchestrated season four finale. With each raw and revealing scene, it became a symbol for life as it was a time bomb to survival. Praimfaya was the episode that defined and represented of what a season finale should be. It dared itself on a whole new level of viewership and integrated our minds quite sharply.This is the correct formula of great television. Even though it was out of this world (pun intended), the finale-like all its predecessors gave us some probing questions of what to look for and what will be the narrative for the next season. Here are my questions for The 100 season 5.
I have added new promo photos from The 100 season four that were released after the episode in the gallery. They’re in high resolution, and you may access them below. *The photos will contain inanimate spoilers from the episodes. Reader and viewer discretion is advised.*