Finally, the recap-review for The 100 The Last War is here. I know it has been a cold minute since the finale’s air date of September 30th, but better late than never they say. Read the review for the series finale by continuing below.
In The 100 Blood Giant, the drama escalates in Sanctum and an unexpected travesty occurred. Normally, my excitement for this show overflows, but it dissipated to an unrecognizable plateau. It is a horrible feeling and when this happens, it will be a difficult climb. Read the review for Blood Giant.
Faith and determination to survive were all very much present in The 100 Etherea. We got a whole hour of simply Bellamy Blake and his trails in the mountains. The episode put The 100 back in its rightful place and I now have hope for the remaining episodes. Read the review for Etherea and join the climb!
The 100 The Queen’s Gambit was another emotionally packed episode that had us on the seat’s edge. It was directed by Lindsey Morgan, who offered her vision to illuminate the storyline. I think with her panning, transitioning, and emotional depth, it gave The 100 that much needed boost. See the review for The Queen’s Gambit.
The 100 Nakara provided plenty of chills, along with the heat. While it may have been designed to be a filler, it certainly did not feel filler. With so many storylines happening, it was hard at times to follow, but other than that, it was pretty thought out. See the review for Nakara to relive the adventure!
What a sensational episode The 100 Welcome To Bardo was! I was completely in love with the narrative because it was all leading up to a special moment. Additionally, it answered a few lingering questions about certain plot points that were satisfying and understandable. See the review for Welcome To Bardo.
Hesperides delivered many a maiden protecting what is theirs in this week’s The 100 episode. Filled with action, emotion, and a bit of angst, it definitely kept my eyes wide and focused. Check out the recap-review for Hesperides as it will relive the journey.