This week, The 100 From the Ashes premiered. It is the first episode of the seventh and final season. As a The 100 normalcy, the action and suspense was packed and moral compasses were heavily explored. From the Ashes was the perfect way to debut the new season-despite a painful takeaway. Read the review for From the Ashes. Be advised that it contains spoilers.
In honor of tonight’s The 100 season 7 premiere, I composed a two-in-one review of the last two episodes of season 6. As I had a rather difficult year last year in a personal sense, I didn’t get to embark on the task. With that being said, I hope that you’ll enjoy the piece! It won’t be perfect as it was written quickly.
Emotions were unstacked in The 100 Matryoshka. And another great thing was unstacked too! See our recap-review for the tenth episode of season 6!
The 100 The Old Man and the Anomaly was yet another grasping and chilling episode. The limelight is directed on a deserving character, and there is a lot of other cool stuff to set your eyes on. Check out our recap-review for The Old Man and The Anomaly!
The 100 Nevermind proven to be yet another exciting and tight episode for season 6. Clarke fights against her greatest enemy yet, while facing the memories that forever shaped her. We saw old faces, visited old places, and witnessed life before the apocalypse. Let’s visit the review for Nevermind!
The 100 Memento Mori was a solid episode. While most shows dissolve and stray from its initial storyline in the middle of the season, the episode is the polar opposite. Sewn with poignant emotional values and meaningful abundance, Memento Mori is one of season 6’s greatest. (Thus far)
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!
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!
As if that crazy Moon Alpha couldn’t get any crazier, it just did. In The Children of Gabriel, there are worst scenarios that a psychosis induced eclipse, along with other key highlights that made the heart sink. Check out the recap-review for The 100 The Children of Gabriel!
The 100 Red Sun Rising was an in-depth, beautifully maddening, (if that is possible), and tripped up hour of quality television. Written by Jeff Vlaming and directed by Alex Kalymnios, the episode delved into the psychiatric thresholds of our heroes. What we witnessed was the vulnerability and hidden ‘secrets’ as they explored more on the Moon. Here is the recap-review for Red Sun Rising. I apologize for the long delay, and yes, there are spoilers.