Raven (Lindsey Morgan) steps in the limelight as she deals with both internal and external conflics in the upcoming episode of “The 100” titled “Nevermore.”
The thriller show produced by The CW will pan its attention to the female mechanic as she continues to struggle with A.L.I.E. With the A.I. relentlessly trying to turn Raven into a different person, her fellow Arkadians are starting to worry the extent of damage A.L.I.E. can incur and the conflict it can cause in the group. In a recently released promo clip for the upcoming chapter, it looks like the Arkadians will take matters into their own hands and remove the micro-chip from Raven as a scalpel was looming at the back of her neck by the end of the video.
Elsewhere in the episode, Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos) will fight her personal struggle as she will try to find her proper place in the world. Jasper (Devon Bostick), on the other hand, will reel in anger, while Monty (Christopher Larkin) is put on a situation where he will need to bank on his basic instinct to make a huge decision.
Meanwhile, over the course of the season, “The 100” has faced storytelling backlashes from fans. However, now, it looks like the post apocalyptic show is no longer just squaring off with a chunk of their huge fan base but with a former cast member as well.
“At the beginning of the season, [Lincoln] had a whole storyline that was cut, that was just non-existent. [Showrunner Jason Rothenberg] abused his position to make my job untenable,” Rick Whittle blatantly told AfterBuzz TV as reported by TV Line about his character Lincoln who was recently killed in the episode “Stealing Fire.”
“What he did was disgusting and he should be ashamed… He was professionally bullying me, cutting out all the storyline I was supposed to be doing, cutting lines, cutting everything out, trying to make my character and myself as insignificant as possible,” Whittle explained.
As previously reported, “The 100” developer Jason Rothenberg already addressed the comments on how the show seemingly went on a character killing spree saying that it is expected in a show like “The 100” that is set in a catastrophic environment.
“The 100” season 3 continues to air every Thursday night, at 9 P.M. EST.