The 100 News, Pictures, and Videos

Why Is 'The 100' Missing From The Fall TV Schedule? CW President Explains

Why Is 'The 100' Missing From The Fall TV Schedule? CW President Explains

When the CW released it’s fall TV schedule, JJJ was upset that The 100 wasn’t on it.

Now, thanks to our pals at Zap2It, we have an answer on just why it wasn’t. Read below:

“We had to make some moves to put on some shows and make some changes,” Mark Pedowitz dished about the show. “We felt that Vampire Diaries and Originals is a good combination on Thursdays, we needed to shore up Thursday a little bit. We felt that Crazy Ex-Girlfriend was a better fit on Monday. I think The 100 and Jane might have been a little bit twisty.”

He also revealed that he hopes The 100 will have a Breaking Bad-like success with Netflix, where it’s currently a big hit with viewers.

“It’s a big Netflix favorite, and having the opportunity to catch up on years 1 and 2 as we begin year 3, maybe this show can get the real viewers it deserves, and maybe it’ll have that ‘Breaking Bad’ moment. We haven’t quite figured out what the order path will be yet … whether we run 13 straight or not, we will have all 13-16 episodes we need to run as we require it.”

The 100 is expected to be back on The CW in spring 2016.

TELL JJJ: Are you sad about The 100 not returning until next year?

'The 100' EP Jason Rothenberg Answers Your Burning Finale Questions! (Spoilers!)

'The 100' EP Jason Rothenberg Answers Your Burning Finale Questions! (Spoilers!)

SPOILER ALERT! DO NOT CONTINUE IF YOU DON’T WANT TO KNOW WHAT HAPPENED!

Tonight’s second-part finale of The 100 left us utterly speechless.

Between Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and Bellamy’s (Bob Morley) decision to use radiation to kill all the Mountain Men – including Maya! (Eve Harlow) – and her gunshot to Dante’s chest, it was a finale full of surprises all around.

Not to mention, Clarke decided to pack her bags and head out on her own, while Jaha (Isaiah Washington) and Murphy (Richard Harmon) both encountered clues to what happened to life on Earth 97 years ago.

JJJ caught up with executive producer Jason Rothenberg who answered some of our burning questions and gave us a preview of what’s to come in season three!

JustJaredJr.com: Let’s talk about Clarke first. She’s had to make some really tough and not-so-popular decisions this season for the sake of her people. And now she’s leaving. Tell us about her journey and where she’s headed!

Jason Rothenberg: There are two really big decisions, right? The first of course is the decision to pull the lever and kill everyone in Mount Weather to save her people. And the second, as a result of that and really everything she’s had to do since she’s been on the ground, to just break away and get away from it all. For me, the season has always been about…I knew going into the season that Clarke was going to have to do something so horrible – although it was going to achieve her goal of saving her friends – ultimately, in the victory of that, she wouldn’t be able to celebrate. She wouldn’t feel relief, or happiness, or excitement. She was going to have to be pushed so far and so dark in order to get it done. The result is that is, at the end of this episode, when everyone is walking into the gates, she refuses to go. She was unable to be reminded of what she’s had to do by looking at their faces every day. It’s probably the first selfish thing Clarke’s done since we’ve known her. And I think she’s earned that on some level. In season three, we will find her out there in the world – whether she’s just on a walkabout, just sort of Rambo-style living in a cabin in the words, or whether we find her on some type of other course or mission, we need to wait and see. But it’s a very real choice for her to break away from these people and go off.

Click inside to read the rest of our interview with Jason RothenbergMore Here! »

100-jason the 100 finale spoilers jason rothenberg interview 01
100-jason the 100 finale spoilers jason rothenberg interview 02
100-jason the 100 finale spoilers jason rothenberg interview 03
100-jason the 100 finale spoilers jason rothenberg interview 04
100-jason the 100 finale spoilers jason rothenberg interview 05

'The 100' Season Finale Is Tonight - Get A Sneak Peek Here!

'The 100' Season Finale Is Tonight - Get A Sneak Peek Here!

Raven (Lindsey Morgan) struggles against her restraints in this new still from tonight’s The 100.

In “Blood Must Have Blood, Part Two”, the journey to the City of Light continues, and Jaha (Isaiah Washington) makes a move that shocks Murphy (Richard Harmon). Clarke (Eliza Taylor) receives help from an unexpected source, a visitor surprises Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos), and Lincoln (Ricky Whittle) gets his revenge.

Meanwhile, at Mount Weather, Cage (Johnny Whitworth) moves forward with his mission and Bellamy (Bob Morley) and the group struggle to break free.

“Blood Must Have Blood, Part Two” airs TONIGHT, Wednesday, March 11th @ 9PM ET/PT on The CW.


“Blood Must Have Blood, Part Two” Clip #1
100-finale the 100 blood must be blood part two stills 01
100-finale the 100 blood must be blood part two stills 02
100-finale the 100 blood must be blood part two stills 03
100-finale the 100 blood must be blood part two stills 04
100-finale the 100 blood must be blood part two stills 05

Alycia Debham-Carey Talks #Clexa Ahead of 'The 100's First Season Finale Episode Tonight

Alycia Debham-Carey Talks #Clexa Ahead of 'The 100's First Season Finale Episode Tonight

Anyone else hoping for some fantastic Clarke and Lexa scenes on tonight’s The 100 episode, like us? Cool.

Alycia Debham-Carey, who plays Lexa, spoke to Zap2It ahead of the episode and chatted about that Clexa kiss that fans want more of. Check it:

On Lexa: “I love that people are invested enough to stick it out with Lexa. The first couple episodes, she’s very cold-hearted. She’s a very young character with such authority and seeing her open up from this closed-off person — ruthless, pragmatic and logical — to see her finally open up and Clarke being such a catalyst for that, there’s an innocence and a vulnerability that is lovely to see. That’s been a really fun journey for me to play.”

On Lexa’s relationship with Clarke: “They shared very similar experiences — somewhat radically and spontaneously being called as leaders, they both lost loves. There are many things they’ve got a connection through that they don’t have with most other people.”

On her kiss with Clarke: “It makes the greatest point of all — we love people. It’s just that person, whoever that may be. [The show] doesn’t label anything, it doesn’t make a banner about it, it’s just how this world is. It isn’t a world that confines to prejudice or labels or expectations. It’s a really lovely way to show that we’ve got such a broad dynamic and variations of characters in the show, it’s really exciting.”

The Battles Keep Going On In An All-New 'The 100' Tonight

The Battles Keep Going On In An All-New 'The 100' Tonight

Bellamy (Bob Morley) and Jasper (Devon Bostick) arm themselves inside Mount Weather in this new still from The 100.

In “Blood Must Have Blood, Part One”, Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and Lexa (Alycia Debnam Carey) prepare for battle, while Raven (Lindsey Morgan) and Wick (Steve Talley) experience a major setback.

Meanwhile, Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos) and Lincoln (Ricky Whittle) are each forced to make a difficult decision; and at Mount Weather, Jasper and Maya (Eve Harlow) witness a horrible act, Bellamy follows through on a promise and Cage (Johnny Whitworth) goes public with powerful information.

“Blood Must Have Blood, Part One” airs TONIGHT, Wednesday, March 4th @ 9PM ET/PT on the CW. 15+ pics inside…


“Blood Must Have Blood, Part One” Clip
100-blood the 100 blood must have blood 01
100-blood the 100 blood must have blood 02
100-blood the 100 blood must have blood 03
100-blood the 100 blood must have blood 04
100-blood the 100 blood must have blood 05

'The 100' Spoilers: Clarke & Lexa Share A 'Real' Kiss!

Who watched The 100 tonight? If you did, you saw Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and Lexa (Alycia Debnam Carey) kiss!

“It’s a tough moment for me to talk about without giving away too much,” show runner Jason Rothenberg shared ahead of the episode. “All I would say is that context really matters. When that kiss happens and how it happens and what follows it especially is going to affect the way that people respond to it as much as the kiss itself.”

He added, “It’s a real kiss, certainly, we’re not trying to pull a fast one on anybody. It’s genuinely a moment, but it doesn’t mean that anything that has happened before is meaningless. It certainly doesn’t change the plan of anything going forward. And it really sets up brilliantly for what happens in the next episode, which I can’t talk about at all.”

WHAT DID YOU THINK of the Clexa kiss?

Clarke Prepares for Battle on Tonight's 'The 100'

Clarke Prepares for Battle on Tonight's 'The 100'

Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and Lexa (Alycia Debnam Carey) give each other a glance in this new still from tonight’s all-new episode of The 100.

In “Bodyguard of Lies,” while preparing for battle, Clarke and Lexa have a heated discussion.

Desperate for help, Raven (Lindsey Morgan) has Wick (Steve Talley) summoned to the engineering room.

Jaha (Isaiah Washington) and Murphy (Richard Harmon) encounter a perilous roadblock. Meanwhile, at Mount Weather, Bellamy (Bob Morley) is in a race against time.

The 100 airs TONIGHT, February 25 @ 9PM on The CW!


The 100 “Bodyguard of Lies” Promo

15+ stills inside… More Here! »

100-lies the 100 bodyguard lies pics 01
100-lies the 100 bodyguard lies pics 02
100-lies the 100 bodyguard lies pics 03
100-lies the 100 bodyguard lies pics 04
100-lies the 100 bodyguard lies pics 05

A Member of Townsquare Entertainment News | Advertise here