The 100 Will End After Seven Seasons And 100 Episodes
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The CW’s perennial summer staple, ‘The 100’ will come to an end next year, with the seventh season, which the network ordered in April.  The show’s creator Jason Rothenberg shared the news that Season 7 would be the last and that it would consist of 16 episodes, the largest episode order for the series since Season 3.  And fittingly, that brings the episode count for the entire series to– what else?– 100.

Rothenberg took to Twitter to make this announcement:

The CW’s president Mark Pedowitz separately announced the end of ‘The 100’ at the TMC press tour, stating that it had long been discussed that the show would end after seven seasons:

“We’ve been very good at listening to our showrunner creators about the right time to end our series”

‘The 100’s Season 6 finale airs tomorrow, Tuesday, August 6th.  It is entitled “The Blood of Sanctum”:

“Sanctum becomes a battleground between the devout and the non-believers. The mystery of the anomaly deepens.”

Below, you can check out six photos from the finale:

‘The 100’ stars Eliza Taylor, Thomas McDonell, Bob Morley, Marie Avgeropoulos, Devon Bostick, Christopher Larkin, Lindsey Morgan, Richard Harmon, Eli Goree, Paige Turco, and Tasya Teles.  Henry Ian Cusick recently announced he was departing the show with this season.

The series centered on a group of teen criminals who were selected to attempt to resettle Earth after it has been devastated by an apocalypse.

Are you sad that ‘The 100’ is ending, or has the storyline reached a point where it can end happily?


Source: TV Line