The seventh and final season of ‘The 100’ will be released next may 20and have managed to finish it. Putting us in context, seeing as almost all of the productions and premieres are canceling, do not know if this series was to give time. However, they have managed to rush to the end this last weekend and it seems to be the same Saturday gave them time to finish.
This is definitely great news, as it is still unknown the time it will be necessary to maintain the quarantine before being able to return to normal. The director Kim Shumway and several of its principal actors have been fired on Twitter for their followers, which I have supported for all these years and saved a special affection.
That’s a wrap! Thank you to the actors who brought their A-games and positive attitudes, to the crew who attacked every challenge, to the writers who rolled with every punch, to the tireless directors, the supportive executives, and our ever-passionate fans.#The100 is complete.
? Kim Shumway (@kimshum) March 15, 2020
“This is a closure! Thanks to the actors who brought their positive attitudes, the team that attacked each challenge, writers who rolled with every punch, principals, tireless, executives support, and our fans are always passionate.”
? Henry Ian Cusick (@hicusick) March 15, 2020
On this, the last ever production day of #The100I am beyond grateful to our cast, crew & writers. This season had some real challenges, but these amazing people created something special. Our prequel is in the can & our final season launches May 20th. Get ready to go for a ride
? Jason Rothenberg (@JRothenbergTV) March 14, 2020
“In this, the last day of production of ‘The 100’, I am more than grateful to our cast, team and writers. This season had some real challenges, but these amazing people created something special. Our prequel is on the way and our final season is released on the 20th of may. Get ready for a ride.”
Today was the last day of filming for @cwthe100 and even tho I didn’t work today I went to hang out so I could be with all the amazing cast and crew one last time. They are all my family and I never want to let them go. #The100 pic.twitter.com/MiwaJu1OQV
? Lola Flanery (@LolaFlanery) March 14, 2020
“Today was the last day of filming of ‘The 100’ and even though I didn’t work today I went to hang out to be able to be with all the amazing cast and team for the last time. Are all of my family and I never want to let them go.”
What overall end?
Without a doubt this series has managed to create a strong community of fans you don’t want to miss, and it is for this reason that is already working on a spin-off of ‘The 100’. In principle, this spin-off will tell us about the events that took place before the series, although it does not yet have a release date and missing many things to be confirmed. Without a doubt the fact that they have been able to finish the series before you have to cancel it is one of the few good news that have arrived at the time of the coronavirus.