'The 100' Cast Spills on Season 6 & Their New Planet: 'It's Going to Be Nuts'

'The 100' Cast Spills on Season 6 & Their New Planet: 'It's Going to Be Nuts'

Get excited for the new season of The 100!

The cast recently opened up to E! News about what fans can expect from the new planet in season six. Check out what they had to say below:

EP Jason Rothenberg: “It’s an Earth-like planet, we’ve seen it from space. It will pack many, many surprises, the creatures that we encounter are not things that would’ve been on Earth. You know, the threats and the mysteries, it’s just endless, you know, the sky’s literally the limit as far as what we can and hopefully will encounter. You know, it’s survivable to humans, so it has to have a certain…as Monty says it’s in the Goldilocks zone of binary star system. So we know there’s two stars, we know there’s water and land and trees based on what we’ve seen from space. The rest is going to be revealed, obviously, as they touch down in season six.”

Marie Avgeropoulos: “I had to read it about six times because it was very confusing. It’s very, very—it’s got so much sci-fi elements this season to the show…it’s really quite complicated.”

Richard Harmon: “The planet’s going to be nuts. It’s gonna look oddly Vancouver-like, but they did such an amazing job this year of actually being able to switch it up, kind of where we shoot, and show the difference, and that’s the lovely thing about shooting in Vancouver…The planet has a very interesting and cool look to it this season. I thought I was on the wrong set. This is still The 100, right?”

Click inside to hear what the rest of the cast had to say…

Lindsey Morgan: “I loved it. This may be my favorite season, like when we were being pitched it, I remember I went to the writer’s room and I come home—and I’m living with Tasya [Teles] and Jarod [Joseph] by the way, and I was like in the kitchen with them—I was like, this is the best season yet. And I was so kind of hyped up on it. It’s really creative and it’s something we haven’t done yet, but it fits so well into the realm of The 100. It’s really cool.”

Tasya: “[It was] total and utter disbelief and joy and excitement because I was wondering, what are they going to do? What are they going to come up with? I was shocked that they were able to create something so novel and so interesting and so exciting. There’s a lot of excitement behind it.”

Bob Morley: “For me as an actor, I’m like, yeah, this is kind of funny, because it does feel like the show’s been recreated. We’re doing a new planet, and I think there are even some lines about déjà vu or ‘we’ve done this before,’ or this, that, and the other. So there are callbacks for sure. It’s once again building a world. We’ve had the last five seasons kind of fleshing out the Grounder mythology and all that, so this year, it’s much more figuring out a new world and building that story behind those new people that we come across.”

The 100 returns April 30 on The CW!

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