Once upon a time, there WAS humanity! Such is the gripping start of the post-apocalyptic science-fiction drama 'The 100.' In its final leg, Season 7 presents viewers with an adrenaline-pumping and breathless ride as it lives up to the series' gripping dose of drama and tense action. Premiering this Wednesday, November 25, on Zee Café, the show unearths the horrors of the end of the world through the lens of a few fortunate survivors airing weeknights at 10.
Nominated for Primetime Emmy, The 100 stars the Australian actor Eliza Taylor (Neighbours) as the lead Clarke, Marie Avgeropoulos as Octavia, Bob Morley as Bellamy, the Latina actor Lindsey Morgan as Raven among others. Set against the backdrop of almost 100 years since Earth's absolute devastation, the series revolves around a group of survivors on a space station who make it back to Earth decades later. With resources running out, the fate of mankind rests in the hands of these 100 prisoners on a mission.
Season 7 picks up after one of the biggest cliff-hangers: what happened to Octavia and Bellamy and what will Clarke do about the mess on Sanctum? Some answers resolved and some newer questions posed - that's what the latest and final season is all about. Shot right before the global COVID-19 pandemic, the season lives up to the legacy of devastating character deaths and difficult choices for the inhabitants of the 'Ark.'
No one has set foot on the planet in nearly a century - until now.
Spend we-time with exciting jump-scares as Zee Café premieres 'The 100 S7', this Wednesday, November 25 airing weeknights at 10
Report By: Aubrey Mendonsa