The 100 Season 7 Episode 9 Trailer, Release Date, News

The 100 Season 7 is here. Here's everything we know about the final season...

The 100 Season 7
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The 100 Season 7 is here!

Sadly, this will be the last outing for The 100. CW President Mark Pedowitz confirmed during the network’s 2019 Summer TCA press tour appearance that The 100 season 7 will be the show’s final season, though it may live on in a prequel series.

As a midseason premiere, The 100 was one of the lucky shows to wrap up production before the COVID-19 hit, so we will be getting an entire season of the science fiction drama. Production on Season 7 started back up in August and wrapped in March, so the entire season should be good to go, unlike some other CW productions that had to shut down production before the season finished.

Here’s our review of the latest episode, “Anaconda,” which also served as a backdoor pilot for the potential prequel spinoff series.

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What’s next? We’re diving back into the main action of Season 7 with “The Flock,” which will air on Wednesday, July 15th at 8pm ET. Check out the promo for “The Flock” below…

Here’s the synopsis…

“Murphy (Richard Harmon) and Indra (guest star Adina Porter, ‘American Horror Story’) must defuse a tense situation. Meanwhile, old friends make new allegiances.”

Here’s everything else we know about the upcoming season…

The 100 Season 7 Episode Guide

The 100 Season 7 Episode 1: From the Ashes

“Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and her friends attempt to rebuild Sanctum as a new threat rises in the woods. Bob Morley, Marie Avgeropuolos, Lindsey Morgan, Richard Harmon, Tasya Teles, Shannon Kook, JR Bourne, Shelby Flannery and Chuku Modu also star. Ed Fraiman directed the episode written by Jason Rothenberg (#701).”

Original airdate: 5/20/2020

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Read our full review of “From the Ashes” here.

The 100 Season 7, Episode 2: The Garden

“Echo (Tasya Teles) and Gabriel (Chuku Modu) learn more about Hope (Shelby Flannery) and her mysterious past. Eliza Taylor, Bob Morley, Marie Avgeropuolos, Lindsey Morgan, Richard Harmon, Shannon Kook and JR Bourne also star. Dean White directed the episode written by Jeff Vlaming. “

Original airdate: 5/27/2020

Read our full review of “The Garden” here.

The 100 Season 7 Episode 3: False Gods

“As Raven (Lindsey Morgan) faces an unexpected threat, Clarke (Eliza Taylor) must keep the peace among opposing factions in Sanctum. Bob Morley, Marie Avgeropuolos, Richard Harmon, Tasya Teles, Shannon Kook, JR Bourne, Shelby Flannery and Chuku Modu also star.  also star. Tim Scanlan directed the episode written by Kim Shumway.”

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Original airdate: 6/3/2020

Read our full review of “False Gods” here.

The 100 Season 7 Episode 4: Hesperides

“Mysterious outsiders arrive with news of Clarke’s (Eliza Taylor) missing people. Bob Morley, Marie Avgeropuolos, Lindsey Morgan, Richard Harmon, Tasya Teles, Shannon Kook, JR Bourne, Shelby Flannery and Chuku Modu also star. Diana Valentine directed the episode written by Sean Crouch.”

Original airdate: 6/10/2020

Read our full review of “Hesperides” here.

The 100 Season 7 Episode 5: Welcome to Bardo

“Octavia gets to know a whole new world.”

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Original airdate: 6/17/20

Read our full review of “Welcome to Bardo” here.

The 100 Season 7 Episode 6: Nakara

“Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and her friends find themselves on a planet that is not what it seems.”

Original airdate: 6/24/20

Read our full review of “Nakara” here.

The 100 season 7 Episode 7: The Queen’s Gambit

“Emori tries to heal Sanctum’s old familial wounds, while Echo, Octavia and Diyoza struggle with new ones.”

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Original airdate: 7/1/20

Read our full review of “The Queen’s Gambit” here.

The 100 Season 7 Episode 8 Review: Anaconda

“Clarke confronts a new adversary; a look back to the past and the nuclear apocalypse that destroyed the Earth.”

Original airdate: 7/8/20

Learn more about The 100 prequel backdoor pilot here.

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The 100 Season 7 Episode 9 Review: The Flock

“Murphy (Richard Harmon) and Indra (guest star Adina Porter, ‘American Horror Story’) must defuse a tense situation. Meanwhile, old friends make new allegiances.”

Original airdate: 7/15/20

The 100 Season 7 Trailer

Here is The 100 Season 7 trailer in all its brutal glory…

Read our full breakdown of the trailer here.

The CW has also released this sneak peek of the Season 7 premiere.

And the credits for The 100 Season 7.

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The 100 Season 7 Cast

Eliza Taylor will be back for The 100 Season 7, along with Bob Morley, Marie Avgeropuolos, Lindsey Morgan, Richard Harmon, Tasya Teles, Shannon Kook, JR Bourne, Shelby Flannery, and Chuku Modu.

Guest stars will presumably include: Adina Porter (Indra), Jarod Joseph (Nathan Miller), Luisa d’Oliveira (Emori), Sachin Sahel (Eric Jackson), Tati Gabrielle (Gaia), Jessica Harmon (Niylah), Lola Flanery (Madi Griffin), and Ivana Milicevic (Charmaine Diyoza).

The 100 Season 7 Story

The CW recently released the following poster for Season 7, which features the unexpectedly optimistic tagline “It doesn’t end here.”

The 100 Season 7 promo poster

The 100 Season 7 will dive further into The Anomaly, which is one of the elements we have major questions around entering the seventh season.

Speaking to TVLine about The Anamoly and the adult Hope twist in the Season 6 finale, Rothenberg said: “That reveal is obviously mind-blowing. The fact that Hope is now in her early twenties, when three days ago she was a fetus, does begin to imply some things about the Anomaly and about where we’re going.”

How might The 100 end? Rothenberg told Nerdist last year:

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I had this idea for how I wanted the show to end. But it was scalable and that ending could have been at the end of season three, it could be at the end of season five, it could be at the end of season eight. Those decisions are not really mine. I don’t think that this is a show that runs for 10 seasons. But I love these characters and this world so much that it’s fresh for me every year. We tell a different story every year so we don’t get bored with it. I still have an end story in mind, but I don’t know when that end is going to be and I feel very, very confident that I’ll get to tell it eventually.