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Lindsey Morgan Makes Directorial Debut On Tonight's New Episode of 'The 100'

Lindsey Morgan Makes Directorial Debut On Tonight's New Episode of 'The 100'

Lindsey Morgan is marking her first time as a director tonight!

The 30-year-old actress is making her directorial debut with tonight’s (July 1) new episode of The 100.

In tonight’s episode, “The Queen’s Gambit”, Emori (Luisa d’Oliveira) tries to heal Sanctum’s old familial wounds while Echo (Tasya Teles), Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos) and Diyoza (Ivana Milicevic) struggle with new ones.

Lindsey opened up about her first time directing.

“Directing felt a lot like sailing a ship, and you have your course and you know the weather and you planned everything and you brought snacks. You really plotted your trajectory,” she told EW. “And then you’re in the sea, and a storm comes, or a shark, or someone gets bitten by a jellyfish! And you just have to constantly adapt to the new situation at hand and adjust your sails to whatever comes.”

“With every episode and every film set, there are challenges or obstacles and for me, it was things I didn’t ever see coming, I didn’t plan for, but I’d have to adjust on the fly and adapt and try to make every new decision an opportunity to make the overall project better. But it was tough because I’m a planner, so I definitely had to work on my spontaneity and resourcefulness,” Lindsey added.

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Marie Avgeropoulos Dishes On Octavia's Storyline In The Final Season of 'The 100'

Marie Avgeropoulos Dishes On Octavia's Storyline In The Final Season of 'The 100'

Marie Avgeropoulos opened up about her character in the final season of The 100!

The 33-year-old actress teased that her storyline is “unlike any other experience.”

“This season is completely unlike all the others, and I’m so grateful that the writers have created such dynamic and ever-changing worlds. The way Octavia gets to wrap up her own storyline is unlike any other experience, and potentially emotion, she’s felt in a really long time,” she told Hollywood Life.

“It’s been the most rewarding experience I think I’ve ever had in my life,” Marie added. “I’ve had the honor to play Octavia Blake — I’m not going to tell you how many episodes because then I’m telling you if I live or die — for a very long time. I started the show I think when I was 24 and now I’m a 33-year-old woman. I feel like we’ve grown up together.”

“The characters I play, I always put a bit of myself into them as well. I’m really proud of all the work the cast and the crew and the producers and the writers have done in this world that they have created,” she continued. “It’s been so much fun for me as an actress to play her. She’s never boring. She’s always ever-changing. I would always be surprised when I got to work and picked up a new script and flip the page. I never knew what direction she was running or going or coming… you name it.”

Tune in to the seventh and final season premiere of The 100 TONIGHT (May 20) at 8/7c on The CW!

If you missed it, see what showrunner Jason Rothenberg shared about the prequel pilot and the final season.

The 100's Marie Avgeropoulos & Anne Winters Attend People's Choice Awards 2019

The 100's Marie Avgeropoulos & Anne Winters Attend People's Choice Awards 2019

Marie Avgeropoulos wears her back as she attends the 2019 E! People’s Choice Awards on Sunday (November 10) at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, Calif.

The 33-year-old The 100 actress wore a beautiful yellow, one shouldered ruffled midi dress to the event.

Also in attendance was 13 Reasons Why actress Anne Winters.

“On my way to @peopleschoice 🥂🔥🔥,” Anne wrote on Instagram with a pic from inside the car.

The 100 is nominated for The Sci-Fi/Fantasy Show of 2019, while 13 Reasons Why is nominated for The Bingeworthy Show of 2019.

FYI: Marie is wearing a Raisa Vanessa dress. Anne is wearing a Narces dress, Tamara Mellon shows, an Edie Parker bag, Anna Maccieri Rossi earrings, a Melinda Maria ear cuff, and rings from Jenny Dee Jewerly, Kavant Sharart, Sandrine de Laage and Bondeye.

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Marie Avgeropoulos Opens Up About 'The 100' Ending: 'It's Bittersweet'

Marie Avgeropoulos Opens Up About 'The 100' Ending: 'It's Bittersweet'

The 100 is signing off the air with season seven, and one star is opening up about the iconic series saying goodbye.

Marie Avgeropoulos, who plays Octavia on The CW show, opened up in a new interview about the show ending.

“It’s bittersweet,” she shared. “It’s like when you graduate high school or graduate college or something that you really loved, but you’re okay with saying goodbye to. It’s given me a ton of opportunities. I’m incredibly grateful. It’s changed my life. There’s no doubt about that.”

Marie added that, “I’ve become very attached to Octavia and I’ve become very attached to the actors that I have worked with for seven years. It’s going to suck to say goodbye. There’s definitely going to be tears, but it’s time to move on for sure. But that doesn’t take away the gratefulness. We’ve all grown together as people and actors and it’s going to definitely be a challenging day to say goodbye.”

The 100 is currently filming its’ final season in Vancouver.

Ross Lynch Plays in Vancouver Whitecaps Soccer Charity Game

Ross Lynch Plays in Vancouver Whitecaps Soccer Charity Game

Ross Lynch poses for a picture on the field ahead of playing in the Vancouver Whitecaps FC Legends and Stars Charity Soccer Match held at BC Place on Saturday (September 14) in Vancouver, Canada.

The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina actor played alongside other celebs including Siren‘s Alex Roe, The 100‘s Marie Avgeropoulos and Tasya Teles, and Supernatural‘s Jensen Ackles.

Lizzy Greene, Jean-Luc Bilodeau, Jacob Tremblay and Riverdale‘s Drew Ray Tanner were also seen out on the field during the game, among many other stars.

All proceeds from the game were donated to Whitecaps FC community partners.

Check out the highlights video below!

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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

Marie Avgeropoulos Teases Her Next Project With 'Grumpy Magazine'

Marie Avgeropoulos Teases Her Next Project With 'Grumpy Magazine'

Marie Avgeropoulos stuns in a shimmering gold look on the summer 2019 cover of Grumpy magazine.

In the issue, The 100 actress opens up about playing a kickass character, philanthropy and more. Check it:

On telling Octavia’s story: “I just always like to come from a place of speaking Octavia’s truth. I try to relate to something that happened in my life, like a feeling or having to make tough decisions that will impact others. I’m just trying to remain honest with my feelings so that I can tell a truthful story to the audience through the mind and body of Octavia.”

On her next project: “It’s something that I’ve never done before, but if I can explain it in three words it would be: animated, comic book and exciting!

On giving back: “I’m an ambassador of Food For Life Vrindavan, which is a sponsorship program for young girls in India who are unable to go to school. When you sponsor a girl, it allows her to have the power of education, to choose her own career and to uplift her own community. I believe that if you empower a girl, you empower change and you empower the entire community!”

Pick up a copy of Marie‘s issue at GrumpyMagazine.com.

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