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The 100 - Season 3

The 100 is an American post-apocalyptic science fiction drama television series developed by Jason Rothenberg, which premiered on March 19, 2014, on The CW.[1][2][3][4] It is loosely based on a 2013 book of the same name, the first in a book series by Kass Morgan.[5] The series follows a group of teens as they become the first people from a space habitat to return to Earth after a devastating nuclear apocalypse. During the course of the series, 100 episodes of The 100 aired over seven seasons, between March 19, 2014, and September 30, 2020.

The 100 - Season 3

The season four premiere of The 100 is fast approaching, and the fandom's collective stress level over the fate of their postapocalyptic faves is at an all-time high. So let's take a moment to calm down . . . by going over where that mind-blowing season three finale left things last year. Sigh. Remember when these kids were carefree and happy and innocent? Yeah, no one does. Read on for a recap of where season three of The 100 left off before season four kicks off on Feb. 1!

The season four premiere of The 100 is fast approaching, and the fandom's collective stress level over the fate of their postapocalyptic faves is at an all-time high. So let's take a moment to calm down . . . by going over where that mind-blowing season three finale left things last year. Sigh. Remember when these kids were carefree and happy and innocent? Yeah, no one does. 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While Pike isn't anyone's favorite character by a long shot at this point in the show, the move makes us wonder whether Octavia even cares about what happens to herself anymore. In her mind, she's lost both Lincoln and Bellamy, the two people in the world she loved the most, and she doesn't have anything else to keep her from going off the rails. \n","id":43021717,"type":"image","photo_source":"Image Source: The CW","permalink":"https:\/\/\/entertainment\/photo-gallery\/43021706\/image\/43021717\/Octavia-DGAF-Anymore","canonical":"https:\/\/\/entertainment\/How-Did-100-Season-3-End-43021706","share_text":"Octavia DGAF Anymore","use_tall_image":false,"omit_from_countdown":false,"caption_num":false,"slide_tags":"TVThe 100","embed_html":"","share_image":"https:\/\/\/files\/thumbor\/1z5Jts8cQSOMngDi3ib2bKitjes\/fit-in\/2048xorig\/filters:format_auto-!!-:strip_icc-!!-\/2017\/01\/19\/375\/n\/41306495\/f8bc35b31da68c75_the_100_ontari\/i\/12-Clans-Without-Commander.gif","title":"The 12 Clans Are Without a Commander","intro_text":false,"body":"In the season three finale, Ontari, who took command of the Coalition and subsequently surrendered to A.L.I.E.'s brainwashing, is killed by Jaha to keep Clarke from compromising A.L.I.E.'s control. 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Christmas has come early for the ravenous fans of The 100, the CW's criminally underrated drama, as the network has dropped the first look at season three, which premieres Thursday, Jan 21. So how highly anticipated was this trailer? Well, "THE 100 TRAILER TODAY" was trending worldwide for several hours of Twitter, that's how excited fans were.

The biggest moments for us during the trailer? The introduction of a new big bad (played by Sons of Anarchy star Michael Beach), seeing how damaged Jasper (Devon Bostwick) is, a lot of Raven (Lindsey Morgan) tears, a badass new look (Is that red hair we see?!) for Clarke (Eliza Taylor), who left the Sky People at the end of season two and is in hiding as it seems like she's being hunted by a whole lot of people, and the start of a whole new war. 041b061a72


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