It’s amazing to see how great the anticipation is for the fourth season of The CW series, “The 100,” even though it isn’t debuting until next year. Part of that is because several of the regular characters may be in the process of ending their respective stories in the post-apocalyptic drama.
One of the many revelations about the fourth season is that a nuclear apocalypse is bound to happen, although the one who revealed it, executive producer Jason Rothenberg, did not elaborate as to when that will happen.
Meanwhile, another report claimed that Bellamy Blake (Bob Morley), along with his sister Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos) might find themselves in deep trouble come next season, and it may even come down to the prospect of death.
In a recent interview with Showbiz Junkies, Avgeropoulos talked about her character and the fact the hope is seemingly all lost for her in the upcoming season.
“It’s going to be a really emotional journey for Octavia. She takes a really dark turn into some pretty nasty pastures,” she said.
The 30-year-old Canadian actress added that killing Pike (Michael Beach) was supposedly her redemption, but it didn’t help mend her broken and savaged heart. “It actually triggers something even more disappointing because she thought it would fix that and make it all better,” Avgeropoulos added.
Also, fans of the series, particularly those rooting for the love team of Bellamy and Clarke (Eliza Taylor), shouldn’t expect the two to make it out as a couple in the new season. Taylor earlier told TV Line that there was no way for her character to be engaged in another romantic relationship after what happened to Lexa (Alycia Debnam-Carey).
The new season of “The 100” is projected to debut in early 2017, although The CW could make it as early as the end of this year.