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The 100 Season 7 Release Date, Trailer, Cast, Plot Spoilers: Will the CW Show End on Seventh Season?

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The 100 Season 7 Release Date, Cast, Plot Spoilers Will the CW Show End on Seventh Season

The 100 Season 7 is the next in the CW Series to release and it could be the last season. While the season 6 of ‘The 100’ aired earlier this year, the seventh installment will also come out soon.

It is a story about human survivors getting back on earth from a spaceship and the dangers that follow them. Here is everything you need to know about the release date, cast and plot of ‘The 100 Season 7’ from the CW network.

The 100 Season 7 Release Date and Trailer

The 100 Season 7 Release Date

The 100 Season 7 filming started this year in August and based on the schedule, it might be under post-production right now. It may take still some time for the seventh season to come out as the special effects and CGI requires extensive working. As per the reports, season 7 of ‘The 100’ will release in Spring 2020 on CW. The 100 Season 7 trailer will release two to three months before the show, around February 2020 or later.

The 100 Season 7 Cast and Plot Details

The 100 Season 7 Cast and Plot Details

Most of the actors working in ‘The 100’ will be back for season 7 and it includes Eliza Taylor, Marie Avegeropolous, Lindsey Morgon, Christopher Larkin, and Morely. There are also casting which reports claiming that one guest actor will also be a part of ‘The 100’ season 7.

Based on the books by Kass Morgan, the storyline will follow the post-apocalyptic novels and it may also bring some sort of conclusion to the story. The 100 season 7 will continue the plotlines from the last season and bring it forward as we get to know about the fate of Asha, Octavia, and Anomaly. There are also rumors of time travel being a major factor in season 7 of the show.

Will The 100 Season 7 be the Final Season?

Will The 100 Season 7 be the Final Season

The 100 Season 7 will be the last and final season of the CW show and showrunner Jason Rothenberg has already confirmed it on Twitter. The show will be split into two parts and have a mid-season finale just like every other CW show, which will also serve as the backdoor pilot to ‘The 100’ spin-off series. Everyone on the cast is emotional about the show coming to an end, and the same will happen with fans when they witness ‘The 100’ finale.

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