It is hard to believe that the first of the two-part The 100 season 5 finale will air tomorrow night. Starting with Damocles Part One, our heroes emerge into battle, with hopes that peace will be obtained. Concluding with this will be the second half, The 100 Damocles Part Two. Just last week, the CW released the synopsis for the thirteenth episode. You can get access to it below.
The 100 Shifting Sands, airing Tuesday, will indeed have shifting forces and tensions among everyone. It’ll be another fast-tracked episode, along with some unexpected events. While we cannot watch it now, hopefully, the trailer and the promo stills will ease the wait.
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?”
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.
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.*
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.*
Memorial Day: A holiday in which we honor and express gratitude for the veterans and heroes of the international Armed Forces. While technically it is celebrated in the United States, I simply could not leave out the other continents who served as well. Thus, the word “international.” Sadly, many of these soldiers come home with great mental distress, physical impairment, emotional detachment, and never see a sunrise again. Many go through a war of their own, having to cope with the ongoing nightmares and challenges following their experiences in battle. Fortunately, there is hope and there is help for them to heal. While several men, women, and children receive the tools and support, the battle scars are always going to be carved deep within, some become lost. In honor of Memorial Day, which is this week, Grounders Source is remembering those who were lost in the battles on The 100.
Tonight is the season finale of The 100, Praimfaya! Here are three sneak peeks to get you prepped for the apocalypse. In the first one, Raven and the others get ready to launch off to space; Monty and Murphy are together for the first time ever, and Bellamy and Octavia share a painful goodbye. *The following videos will contain spoilers from the episode. Reader and viewer discretion is advised.*
Tomorrow night will be the season four finale of The 100. Its menacing title, Praimfaya, promises to be a death wave, wiping out total civilization. It is unpreventable, and the people must respond quickly if they want to survive. EP Jason Rothenberg gives us a look with the season four finale. Here is The 100 Inside Praimfaya.
The 100 The Chosen was filled with emotional turmoil and heartache. It also mirrored just how will people would save their loved ones, even putting their own lives in danger. Here is my recap-review of The Chosen. *The following review will provide spoilers from the episode. Reader and viewer discretion is advised.*