Don’t you worry about that pesky nuclear apocalypse threatening denizens of The 100, at least a few un-melted faces will make it after all. The CW confirms that Clarke and other survivors will continue their no-good, very-bad cohabitation of Earth in Season 5, following an official renewal.
Things have always looked pretty grim for The 100, and Season 4 may take things to a whole new level. Our first clip from the Wednesday premiere explicitly spells out our nuclear doom unfurling within six months, evoking a surprising (yet notably tense) reaction from Jasper and others.
There’s no force more deadly than Mother Nature herself, and The 100 are about to discover no amount of Grounders, Mountain Men or A.I. can compete (not for laugh of trying). See for yourself in the first Season 4 poster, as Clarke and co. stare down nuclear doom, albeit a very pretty one.
We’re all anxiously awaiting a glimpse of the nuclear apocalypse, but only so far as fiction, anyway. The 100 aims to provide just that in an extended trailer for February’s Season 4 premiere, placing yet another target on Clarke’s back for the Grounders to war over.
Whether or not The 100’s sci-fi Season 3 endgame lived up to the prior year’s showdown with Mount Weather, Season 4 is preparing to introduce an enemy with no allegiance: nature itself. We saw that in spades by the first trailer, and now new photos tease Grounders and Ark survivors alike ready to rise up against Clarke.
The CW’s iZombie may not return until April, but midseason pal The 100 is gearing up for a February Season 4 premiere, and the threat of nuclear annihilation at that. See for yourself, as our first Season 4 trailer sees Clarke and her fellow survivors scouring the cursed earth to save what remains of the planet, with some surprising twists along the way.
The CW is certainly entering December with a bang, but 2017 is when the landscape really starts to shift. Not only do we know when to expect returning favorites like The 100 and iZombie, but also freshman offerings like Riverdale, and the final graduation of The Vampire Diaries.
Well, The CW deal with Hulu that enabled next-day streaming of the most recent five episodes may have lapsed, but Netflix subscribers are officially in for some good news. The CW has confirmed a new streaming deal that will bring full seasons of CW shows a mere eight days after their finales air on the network.
Welp, if ever you wanted to overload on TV superheros, have we got a Comic-Con for you! Warner Bros. TV has officially loaded up on 21 series headed to San Diego this year, from Flash to Supergirl to Powerless, Justice League Action, and a few non-superhero series like The Big Bang Theory, The 100, and Animaniacs. You may have heard of them.
It’s easy to take the streaming availability of network shows for granted, whether Hulu’s ability to screen most-episodes next day, or Netflix’s new season availability ahead of premieres, but CW viewers in particular are in for good news and bad. CW shows will become available on Netflix much, much faster, but at the cost of their Hulu availability.