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'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?”

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Lindsey Morgan Steps Out in Style For Saturn Awards 2018

Lindsey Morgan Steps Out in Style For Saturn Awards 2018

Lindsey Morgan looks so elegant while arriving for the 2018 Saturn Awards held at The Castaway on Wednesday night (June 27) in Burbank, Calif.

The 100 actress was one of the many presenters throughout the night at the annual ceremony, which honors science fiction, fantasy, and horror on film and in television.

Chandler Riggs picked up the Best Younger TV Actor honor and Anthony Gonzalez was there to rep Coco, which won Best Animated Film.

The Flash‘s Violett Beane, Arrow‘s Echo Kellum, sibling actors Talitha and Gabriel Bateman, Max Charles, Lorenzo Henrie and Riverdale‘s Madchen Amick were also seen at the event.

15+ pics inside from the 2018 Saturn Awards

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Lindsey Morgan Will Always Be 'Eternally Grateful' For Raven Reyes Role on 'The 100'

Lindsey Morgan Will Always Be 'Eternally Grateful' For Raven Reyes Role on 'The 100'

There are some roles that come around in your lifetime that are just the most amazing roles ever – and that’s exactly the case for Lindsey Morgan with The 100‘s Raven Reyes.

Speaking with SyFy Wire, the 28-year-old actress opened up about why this role was so important to her and connecting with Raven right off the bat.

“I always say I’m just eternally grateful for this role because Raven Reyes defies all stereotypes,” Lindsey shared. “It’s revolutionary for a character on television, and it’s also extremely creatively liberating as an artist.”

She continues, “When I play Raven, I have to play her at the height of my intelligence. If anything, she makes me feel dumb, which inspires me to be better, to be a better actor, a better person, smarter, stronger, and to give a f*** about stuff.”

“We’ve had [this] movement in media with women and diversity, and it’s so amazing and it’s so beautiful, but when we started the show almost five and a half years ago and I got that audition, I remember being like, “Oh, my God.” It was the first audition I’ve never had to inform my character with my sexuality.”

Lindsey adds, “It was also like I get to connect with this need to do good in the world. Raven has very like superhero qualities about her. She’s always trying to do the right thing and be a better person. It still gives me goosebumps.”

The 100 airs Tuesdays on The CW.

Eliza Taylor Gets Just as Emotional as Fans Do Over 'The 100'

Eliza Taylor Gets Just as Emotional as Fans Do Over 'The 100'

Eliza Taylor signs an autograph for a fan waiting in line during the Supanova Fan Convention in Sydney, Australia over the weekend.

The 100 star was joined by The Flash‘s Carlos Valdes and Arrow‘s Stephen Amell at the annual convention. Meanwhile, her co-star Lindsey Morgan was seen at the German Comic-Con.

In a new interview, Eliza opened up about facing hard times just before booking Clarke on The 100, and how she gets just as emotional as the fans because it actually changed her life for the better.

“I was working four different jobs to save the money to move to Los Angeles, including teaching drama, and working at a nightclub called Love Machine in Melbourne — it took three years,” she remembers. “When I got to Los Angeles, I went to pay for groceries and found my credit card had been skimmed and someone had taken all my money.”

After being cast in the series, Eliza was “borrowing money from the cast and crew for the first month. I was ready to pack my bags: it was a nightmare.”

However, going through that experience has made her appreciate The 100 even more, and her relationships with the cast, crew, and fans.

“I get quite emotional when people say things like: ‘Your show helped me through a really hard time’ or ‘You saved my life…it’s really amazing.”

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Lindsey Morgan Books Female Lead Role in Indie Drama 'Inside Game'

Lindsey Morgan Books Female Lead Role in Indie Drama 'Inside Game'

Lindsey Morgan sits down for an interview with American Latino on Tuesday afternoon (May 29) in Los Angeles.

The 28-year-old The 100 actress just recently booked a brand new movie, starring opposite Scott Wolf, Eric Mabius and Will Sasso called Inside Game.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Lindsey Morgan

Lindsey will star as the female lead, Stephanie, in the indie drama based on the true story of the biggest betting scandal in NBA history.

In 2007, lifelong friends Tommy Martino, Babba Batista and NBA referee Tim Donaghy were convicted of felony conspiracy charges relating to an FBI investigation that alleged Donaghy was betting on games in which he was officiating.

Congrats to Lindsey!

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Bob Morley, Lindsay Morgan & 'The 100' Cast Tease Season 5!

Bob Morley, Lindsay Morgan & 'The 100' Cast Tease Season 5!

Bob Morley and Lindsay Morgan brought The 100 to WonderCon!

The co-stars stepped out at the event on Friday (March 23) at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, Calif.

They were also joined by their cast mates Tasya TelesRichard Harmon, Christopher Larkin, and Sachin Sahel.

During the event, the cast spilled on the show’s upcoming season 5.

“You are not prepared for what you’re going to see in the bunker — wait until you see it — it’s going to be terrifying,” Sachin teased.

The 100 will return on April 24th on The CW.

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Lindsey Morgan Opens Up About Raven & Bellamy's Dependence On Each Other on 'The 100'

Lindsey Morgan Opens Up About Raven & Bellamy's Dependence On Each Other on 'The 100'

If you’re a big fan of The 100 and have watched this show since the beginning, you might remember that Raven and Bellamy had a physical romantic relationship — so, could it return?

The two characters, played by Lindsey Morgan and Bob Morley, were sent into orbit at the end of season 4 to escape the radiation coming to the planet — and according to Lindsey, their relationship in the stars has changed.

“Nothing happened [between them] in the six years that I’m aware of,” Lindsey shares with TVLine about a possible physical relationship. “But they will always respect each other and care for each other and need each other in that sense.”

What viewers can expect though is a very strong friendship. Raven has become “Bellamy’s number two”.

“I think you see this season…[that] Bellamy calls the shots, but Raven is so integral to the success of [the group] that they really depend on each other in a very pivotal way. I think it’s cool for Raven to have more leadership and to step up like that.”

As for Raven and Murphy, a friendship was definitely born in the sky.

“The six years was a long time and [there was] a lot of healing. Murphy became a different Murphy in the Ring. He became a team player and part of the family, instead of … being the solitary a–hole that he usually is,” Lindsey adds. “There’s still snarkiness there, I just think there’s a little less bite to it and there’s more understanding of it.”

The 100 will return in April on The CW.