The 100 dropped an extended trailer for its seventh and final season, teasing all the chaos and all the conflict for the final journey.
The final season of The 100 will premiere on The CW on Wednesday, May 20, with the first episode titled “From the Ashes.”
Season 7 of The 100 will bring back previous stars Eliza Taylor, Bob Morley, Marie Avgeropuolos, Lindsey Morgan, Richard Harmon, Shannon Kook and JR Bourne.
In addition to old favorites, the show will also introduce some new faces for the final season, including a grown-up version of Hope Diyoza (played by newcomer Shelby Flannery), a former bank robber and spree-killer named Nikki (Supernatural‘s Alaina Huffman), and a charming convict named Hatch (Siren‘s Chad Rook).
Check out the extended trailer of season 7 of The 100 below!
According to the the official synopsis, the season premiere of The 100 will follow “Clarke and her friends [as they] attempt to rebuild Sanctum as a new threat rises in the woods.”
The episodes which follow are titled “The Garden,” “False Gods” and “Hesperides,” and will see Echo and Gabriel as they learn more about Hope and her mysterious past, see Raven face an unexpected threat, and reveal mysterious outsiders who arrive with news of Clarke’s missing people.
The final season of The 100 will likewise include a backdoor pilot, titled “Anaconda”, which will go back in time and provide a set-up for a potential prequel spinoff.
In that episode, we’ll meet a “whip-smart” rebel named Callie (Carnival Row’s Iola Evans), her competitive twin brother Reese (The Bold and the Beautiful’s Adain Bradley) and an unrelated musician/radical environmentalist named August (Why Women Kill’s Leo Howard). According to earlier reports, Evans and Bradley could become series regulars if the The 100 spinoff is ordered to series.
The 100 premieres Wednesday, May 20 and streams next day free on The CW.