The 100 may be coming to an end this year, but not the career of Lindsey Morgan. She has landed a new gig alongside Supernatural alumni Jared Padalecki, whose show will finalize after fifteen seasons.
The news for The 100 seventh season has been on the downplay and we fans (and journalists) have been tight with anticipation. I believe some of that feeling tapered off with something relating to the prequel of the drama-sci-fi series.
News and any spoilers regarding the last (*cries*) season of The 100 has been dead as a doornail. It’s been rather quiet, that’s for certain. Well, we finally have a snippet of news for now.
Lindsey Morgan will be continuing the tradition of cast directing. Like her co-stars Bob Morley and Henry Ian Cusick, She will direct an upcoming episode in The 100 season 7.
It looks like The 100 isn’t going to end after all. A potential prequel just may be in the air following the season 7 finale.
Freeform‘s Siren star Chad Rook has joined the extended cast line-up for The 100 season 7. His character will be quite the “charmer” according to TVline.
We have another supporting cast member being given the star treatment. Chuku Modu, who stars as Gabriel Santiago, has been promoted to series regular for The 100‘s seventh season.
When one says a new character would come into the picture, one certainly doesn’t lie. Supernatural and Smallville alumni Alaina Huffman h0as been added to The 100 cast line up for its last season. The Canadian actress will have an interesting recurring role that will be pivotal.
Shelby Flannery-who portrayed adult Hope Diyoza in The 100 season 6 finale, has bee upped to series regular.
All great and glorious things must come to an end, even though in our heart of hearts that we don’t want them to. Sunday shall be a bittersweet event for The 100 fandom: the series will draw its final curtain with season 7. The news has been confirmed by Jason Rothenberg on Twitter.