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'The 100' Will End After Season 7 on The CW

'The 100' Will End After Season 7 on The CW

The CW’s The 100 is saying goodbye after season seven.

Series creator Jason Rothenberg made the announcement on Twitter on Sunday (August 4).

“With #The100 Season 6 finale just days away, I have some bittersweet news to share: Season 7 will be our last,” he wrote. “We are eternally grateful to WB & CW for always allowing us to tell our story the way we want to & to wrap the show on our terms. What an incredible ride this has been!”

The 100’s seventh season was announced in April.

The series stars Eliza Taylor, Paige Turco, Bob Morley, Marie Avgeropoulos, Lindsey Morgan, Richard Harmon, Shannon Kook, JR Bourne, and Tasya Teles.

Arrow and Supernatural will also end during the 2019-2020 season, and Jane the Virgin and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend wrapped up this season.

READ MORE: Here’s Everything Coming & Leaving Netflix August 2019

Lindsey Morgan Kisses Boyfriend Shaun Sipos at Monte Carlo TV Festival

Lindsey Morgan Kisses Boyfriend Shaun Sipos at Monte Carlo TV Festival

Lindsey Morgan packs on the PDA with boyfriend Shaun Sipos while arriving for the 2019 Monte Carlo TV Festival: TV Series Party on Saturday night (June 15) in Monte-Carlo, Monaco.

The 100 actress and Krypton actor were seen walking the red carpet at the opening ceremony as well.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Lindsey Morgan

Lindsey also joined her The 100 co-star Richard Harmon to hype up the newest season of their show during day three festivities on Sunday afternoon (June 16).

Just recently, Lindsey opened up about putting her mental health first in an open post on Instagram. See what she wrote here.

FYI: Shaun is wearing a Ben Sherman suit.

10+ pics inside of Lindsey Morgan and Shaun Sipos

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The 100's Richard Harmon Wants Murphy To End Up Alone - Here's Why

The 100's Richard Harmon Wants Murphy To End Up Alone - Here's Why

Richard Harmon and Lindsey Morgan look so amazing while arriving at the opening ceremony of the 2019 Monte Carlo TV Festival on Friday evening (June 14) in Monte-Carlo, Monaco.

The two The 100 stars walked the red carpet with their significant others for the annual event.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Lindsey Morgan

In a new interview, Richard admitted that he believes his character, Murphy, is destined to be alone.

“Emori has done so much for him, more than any other character has, in making him who he is,” Richard started to explain his reasoning with Syfy Wire. “What I want is not because of what the characters want, but what the characters deserve. I want Murphy to be alone mainly for Luisa D’Oliveira who plays Emori, because I think she got brought on to be in my storyline and you guys have watched her work, she doesn’t need me.”

He continued, “She doesn’t need to be attached to someone’s storyline. She’s such an incredible actor, she’s such a pro. I love working with her, probably more than anyone on the show.”

However, despite his love for working beside her, Richard says that she “deserves her own storyline…I think I’d ship myself alone, so that frees her up to interact with more characters and flesh out her character more, which is what she deserves.”

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Lindsey Morgan Shares a Candid Message About Her Mental Health

Lindsey Morgan Shares a Candid Message About Her Mental Health

Lindsey Morgan is getting very real about her mental health.

The 29-year-old actress is opening up about her mental health after years of being afraid to talk about it, she revealed in a lengthy and incredibly candid post on Instagram on Monday (June 3).

“I used to be afraid to talk about my ‘weaknesses,’ my fears, my anxieties, my obstacles, my struggles, my ‘ugly-bad’ days,” she wrote. “I used to think, ‘you have no reason to NOT be happy, you’re so ungrateful, no one wants to hear about YOUR so-called problems.’ So, I never really shared them, I buried them deep and pushed on. I thought that was a form of strength. That was what ‘growing up’ meant. But as I trudged on, the weight grew heavier and heavier until it became unmovable.”

Lindsey went on to describe her own process of realizing that she needed to make a change in how she handled her emotional and mental well-being.

“My old method of ‘carrying on’ through life, suddenly didn’t work anymore and I had to find a new method, a new way of moving this weight,” she continued. “For me, I found through sharing my experiences, talking with loved ones or professionals, that I was not alone, that I deserved to be heard and seen, and I was worthy of a beautiful life. And growing up doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice that. Just by talking, writing, and sharing the parts of me I didn’t think anyone could or would want to accept, I began to unpack, purge, and heal. The load became lighter, I became lighter. By shining the light on my darkness, I was able to find my way again. And I hope my story can help others to feel they can too. That we can all share and shine our lights and illuminate our own and others’ paths. To end the stigma surrounding mental heath and no longer be afraid or ashamed or whatever reason we convince ourselves that it’s not important to share; that we are not important enough to be seen, heard, loved, accepted and included. Because I know now, that’s not true. I encourage you to be true, share and always remember it gets better.”

Lindsey Morgan Teases What's Ahead For Raven in 'The 100' Season 6

Lindsey Morgan Teases What's Ahead For Raven in 'The 100' Season 6

There are only a few weeks left until the premiere of The 100‘s season six and that means a lot more Lindsey Morgan on our television screens.

Speaking to TV Insider, the 29-year-old actress opened up about where we would find Raven in the new season, and how she’s changed since then.

“Season 6 is, in a sense, reminiscent of Season 1 but also has such a cool sci-fi twist to it,” Lindsey shared. “Raven was really reactive in Season 5. Things kept happening around her. She was imprisoned by the camp, imprisoned in a sense by Abby, imprisoned a little on the spaceship for six years because she couldn’t figure out what to do.”

Now, in Season 6, “she’s really made the decision of ‘no more,’ and really hears Monty when he says for us to be better, do better.”

Lindsey continues that his final words, shared through his now grown son, Jordan, are “her mantra.”

“She’s demanding of herself and the people around her. It becomes her battle cry, in a sense. Even when decisions get harder, situations get murkier, and your heart’s pulling you in every other direction. She’s using her moral compass to lead her on her way.”

The 100 will return on April 30th on The CW.

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