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Tap to Check What the Season 7 of 100 Is Planning to Show to It’s Fans, Release Date, Cast and Plot

The final season of “The 100” has been keeping fans of the show on the tip of their toes. After a total of six seasons released so far, the seventh and the final season of the whole series will be releasing very soon. The CW network had announced the date of the late season to be May 20, 2020 back in February of this year. Fans were having mixed reactions to the announcement as they will be witnessing the show and characters for a last time.

As we nearing to the release date , many fans are worried that makers might have to push the release of the season seven of the show to a further date. Continue to read on as we have covered all the updates about the last season of The 100.

Has the Release of the Season Been Pushed Further?

As mentioned earlier, The CW confirmed that finale season of the show will premier on the network starting from Wednesday, May 20, 2020. And there are no reports about the release date delayed due to the pandemic crisis. So yes, fans shouldn’t be worried as they still can watch the season on the announced date.

Is There a Trailer out for Season 7 of the 100 ?

So far, there’s no trailer launched for the upcoming season. But the showrunner of the series, Jason Rothenberg recently on his Twitter account posted a tweet assuring fans about the series. He was seen stated in this tweet that the production will soon launch a trailer for the upcoming season. Due to the covid – 19, work pace has slowed done a bit, but trailer will be out very soon.

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The 100 Season 7: Cast This Time

For the finale season, there are many reports and speculation of the casting of many new members joining and old crew coming up for last time to bud their farewell to the show.

For the Confirmed Cast Who Are Joining, Here’s the List :

Eliza Taylor will be back to essay her character for last time as Clarke Griffin. Joining her would be Marie Avgeroulos as Octavia Blake, Shelby Flannery as Hope, Lindsay Morgan as Raven Reyes, Bob Morley in his role of Bellany Blake and at last but definitely not least Shannon Look as Jorde Green.

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