In this post, we will discuss the release date, cast and other updates of “The 100 Season 6.” The science fiction series, “The 100,” has been very successful for the past few years and now, the series has been renewed for a sixth season by CW Network.
Apart from this, a lot of other prime shows has also been renewed by the network, and currently, it is now, expanding the scheduling to six days of its originals series to provide more to fans. The other shows renewed are “The Flash,” “Riverdale,” “Jane The Virgin,” “Black Lightning,” “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” “Supergirl, Dynasty,” “Legends of Tomorrow,” and “Supernatural.”
Much details about the sixth season haven’t been revealed but, the current Season 5 will be extremely exciting if Jason Rothenberg is to be believed. He said, “When this season comes to an end, it sets up a whole new adventure in a way that surprised me. We do keep reinventing the show every year – every year is a new adventure, a new set of bad guys, a new set of goals for our heroes. I think the twist at the end of this season is bigger than anything we’ve done in the past, let’s put it that way. It could set us up for a long run.”
The 100 Season 7:
The hype is real as now; new reports have surfaced up which reveals that “The 100,”could be extended for a seventh season. Mark Pedowitz said, “He [Jason Rothernberg] may have a six or seven-year plan to it. I don’t know if I’m allowed even to say that, but he has a plan beyond year five.”
Jason Rothenberg said that every year is a fresh year for him, and he is deeply attached to the series, its world, and its characters. He wants this journey to continue as long as it can so that he gets to tell about the story more.
The 100 Season 6 Cast:
The cast of “The 100 Season 6,” will feature Eliza Taylor, Bob Morley, Lindsey Morgan, Marie Avgeropoulos, Christopher Larkin, Henry Ian Cusick along with some new faces which include Shannon Kook.
The 100 Season 6 Release Date:
Judging from the current schedule, it is speculated that “The 100 Season 6,” will be released sometime in 2019.