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'The 100', 'iZombie', 'Jane The Virgin' & 'Roswell New Mexico' Premiere Dates Announced

'The 100', 'iZombie', 'Jane The Virgin' & 'Roswell New Mexico' Premiere Dates Announced

We’ve been waiting, and waiting, and waiting for any news on just when The 100, iZombie, Jane The Virgin and new series, Roswell New Mexico, are premiering on The CW and we finally have dates!

The network announced mid-season premiere dates, return dates, an even schedule switchups that will be coming in January 2019.

First up, Roswell, New Mexico will make its’ debut on Tuesday, January 15th @ 9PM ET/PT, which will move Black Lightning to Mondays, starting on January 21st.

Check out the full schedule of premieres, returns and more inside now! More Here! »

Bellamy & Clarke Will 'Pair Up Again as Leaders' in 'The 100' Season 6

Bellamy & Clarke Will 'Pair Up Again as Leaders' in 'The 100' Season 6

Bob Morley and Eliza Taylor are dishing on the status of their characters, Bellamy and Clarke, respectively, in the upcoming season of The 100.

The co-stars, along with creator Jason Rothenberg, opened up in a new interview with TV Guide.

“This season starts with a little bit of a reckoning of some of the things that they went through last year, especially from Clarke’s side of things,” Jason said. “She left Bellamy to die and things like that. So they’ll definitely deal with that, but I think they both turn the page and figure out a way to be together on the same page. That’s when good things happen.”

Bob added that when season six begins, “the only way now is to start healing, that kind of emotional healing and building relationships back up.”

“I think they definitely are kind of pairing up again as the leaders, which is cool,” Eliza chimed in. “They’re basically having to wake people from cryo-sleep and catch them up to watch happened and basically very lightly explain to them that we’re on an entirely different planet and that Monty and Harper are gone.”

“They do try to approach it differently,” Jason revealed. “Monty at the end of last season in his sort of dying wish told them to be better, to be the good guys, and they’re going to try and do that. They’re really going to try and live up to that.”

The 100 returns to The CW at midseason in 2019.

Eliza Taylor & Bob Morley Talk 'The 100' Season 6

Eliza Taylor & Bob Morley Talk 'The 100' Season 6

Eliza Taylor and Bob Morley are leaving subtle clues about what The 100 season six will bring us when it premieres next spring on The CW.

The two stars joined showrunner Jason Rothenberg at 2018 New York Comic Con over the weekend to talk about the upcoming season and it’s going to be like a brand new show.

We really are changing everything and the show is so different,” Jason shared.

The upcoming episodes will also slow down for Clarke, as she reflects on some of her previous actions.

“She holds a lot of guilt,” Eliza said. “I think one good thing about this season is there’s more conversation and dealing with the things we maybe skipped over last season.”

10+ pics inside of Eliza Taylor and Bob Morley

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'The 100' Showrunner Opens Up About [Spoiler] Dying During Season 5 Finale

'The 100' Showrunner Opens Up About [Spoiler] Dying During Season 5 Finale

SPOILERS AHEAD: DO NOT READ IF YOU DON’T WANT TO KNOW!

It was the end for another character on The 100 last night, during the season five finale – and we didn’t really see it coming.

In the season finale, McCreary (William Miller) decided that if he couldn’t have Eden, no one could, and blew the entire valley up – which means that Earth, really is no more. There are no more habitable zones and no going back from that.

However, everyone (that we cared about anyway) got onto the Eligius IV and got the heck out of there.

Once on the ship, Clarke (Eliza Taylor), Bellamy (Bob Morley) and Madi (Lola Flanery) made the difficult choice to put everyone into cryo-sleep while Eden recovered from the explosion.

They were hoping that in 10 years or so, it would replenish, but that wasn’t the case at all.

While most were in cryosleep, two characters were not, and chose to live out their life awake and in space, like they always wanted.

Click inside to see who it was… More Here! »

'The 100' Showrunner Teases That Tonight's Season 5 Finale Is 'Game-Changing'

'The 100' Showrunner Teases That Tonight's Season 5 Finale Is 'Game-Changing'

Octavia stands behind Madi in this still from the season five finale of The 100.

In tonight’s episode, Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and her friends must risk everything to fight one last battle for survival, only to glimpse an even darker threat to the last living valley on earth.

Jason Rothenberg opened up to TVLine about the final moments of the episode, revealing that no one will be prepared.

“All of the pieces are in place for another epic, game-changing — in many ways — finale,” he shared. “We’ve set up a situation where there are two armies fighting over the last survivable land.”

“If they can’t figure out a way to make peace, or to overcome the human instinct to not make peace, they risk destroying that last valley. The fate of the planet literally hangs in the balance.”

The 100 airs TONIGHT, August 7th @ 8PM ET/PT on The CW.

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