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The 100 Season 7 is really leaning into its sci-fi elements in its final season, and honestly, we’re here for it. The show’s final season has a lot of questions to answer, not the least of which being what will befall Clarke and her friends as their stories come to an end?

Season 7 has divided all of our heroes, some by distance, some by time, and some by both! Meanwhile, a new threat looms on the horizon as a mysterious civilization with incredible technology at its fingertips has slowly begun to reveal itself. Finally, Sheidheda is still running around, and he might be more of a threat than ever to Clarke (Eliza Taylor), Madi (Lola Flanery), and the people of Sanctum.

Whatever the explanation for all these twists will be, we’ll have to wait to see how Season 7 plays out to get some answers. In the meantime, TV Guide has compiled everything we know about the final season The 100, from spoilers to casting news to recaps of all the episodes that have aired so far. 


The 100 Season 7 Recaps 

Episode 1: “From the Ashes”
The 100 Boss breaks down Bellamy’s Absence, a New Threat, and that Sheidheda Twist 

Episode 2: “The Garden”
The 100‘s Jason Rothenberg on How Motherhood Changed Octavia


The 100 Season 7 Spoilers

We’re headed for a satisfying ending. Showrunner Jason Rothenberg announced the series would end after Season 7 on Twitter, and he later told TV Guide he had a specific ending in mind for the series. “I hope [fans will] be satisfied,” Rothenberg said. “I am satisfied. I think it’s a pretty powerful, emotional ending.”

Bellamy (Bob Morley) will be MIA for a while. Rothenberg confirmed to TV Guide that Morley requested to take time off during the filming of Season 7, and that absence was written into the Season 7 storyline as an abduction. Though he’s still a series regular, there’s no confirmation on when he’ll return.

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The Season 7 trailer is full of clues. The second the official Season 7 trailer dropped, we meticulously picked it apart for clues and spoilers about the final season. There are a few clues about Octavia’s fate, confirmation that our theory about the Anomaly being a wormhole was totally right, and an ominous new enemy to face. 

We know the first four episode titles. The CW released episode titles for the first four episodes of Season 7, and they’re just vague enough to be frustrating. 701 is titled “From the Ashes,” 702 is titled “The Garden,” 703 is titled “False Gods,” and 704 is titled “Hesperides.”

The first sneak peek explains more about The Anomaly. In TV Guide’s exclusive sneak peek at the Season 7 premiere, Gabriel and Echo interrogate Hope, who seems to have suffered the same mysterious memory loss Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos). suffered when she came out of the Anomaly. For whatever reason, traveling through the Anomaly to Planet Alpha has a memory-loss effect on the traveler. 

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There will be 16 episodes in Season 7. For the last few seasons, The CW has pretty consistently ordered 13-episode seasons for The 100, but the final season will consist of 16 episodes. That will put the total number of episodes for the series at — wait for it — 100.

The new title sequence contains hints. Each year The 100‘s opening credits get a makeover, and sometimes there are hints about the upcoming season. There are a few noticeable changes in the new sequence. The green mist of the Anomaly can be found in several places as well as a landscape that looks almost like a moon or some kind of icy terrain. There’s also what looks like a cylindrical lighted hallway over the actual title card, which will surely be significant. Finally, if you zoom in on one of the new locations seen in the credits you can read its listed as “Bardo,” and the atmosphere is described as “not breathable.” Odds are, that’s where Octavia and Bellamy were whisked away to.

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Production wrapped with Eliza Taylor. Filming for the final season wrapped on Saturday, March 14. Many members of the cast and crew shared emotional goodbye messages as production on the show came to an end. Jason Rothenberg’s final tweet about leaving set for the last time was particularly gut-wrenching. “Just left set with the great @MisElizaJane and I have to say… she’s a treasure,” Rothenberg wrote. “Leaving the place we built together for the last time was a special but bittersweet moment. #The100.”

We have not seen the last of Octavia. Though her fate seems ominous, anything is possible on The 100, and you can’t assume anyone is dead (or if they are, that they’ll stay that way). Jason Rothenberg told Entertainment Weekly, “Whether she’s alive or dead, Marie’s amazing and you can safely say we have not seen the last of her. But whether or not she’s dead and we tell her story in flashback or whether or not we see her again in the present, that’s something we have to wait and see.”

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