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The 100 -- "Terms and Conditions" -- Image HU308b_0001 -- Pictured (L-R): Henry Ian Cusick as Kane and Michael Beach as Pike -- Credit: Katie Yu/The CW -- © 2016 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved

Posted On March 10, 2016By Katie VincentIn TV Recaps

TV Recap: Everyone’s Got Plans on ‘The 100’

Last week was all about Clarke, so this week “The 100” gave Eliza Taylor a break and checked in on Arkadia, where things are going to hell fast. Jasper (Devon Bostick) continues to struggle with life which turns out to be great news for Jaha (Isaiah Washington) and Raven (Lindsey Morgan) who need to recruit more people to The City of Light. With Arkadia running out of supplies and having to ration everying – booze included – figuring out Monty’s (Christopher Larkin) password actually ends up being a good distractionRead More
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Posted On February 11, 2016By Katie VincentIn TV Recaps

TV Recap: War Is Coming on ‘The 100’

The theme of this week’s episode of “The 100” is you win some, you lose some. A superior leader is gained in one respect and a truly terrible choice in leadership is won on the other side. Last week we found out that the queen of Ice Nation (Brenda Strong) was behind an attack on Mount Weather, killing a shit ton of people. She’s captured fairly (almost ridiculously) quickly by Lexa’s (Alycia Debnam Carey) people and brought to her and is sentenced to death for her crimes. The Ice NationRead More
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Posted On February 4, 2016By Katie VincentIn TV Recaps

TV RECAP: Lines Are Drawn on ‘The 100’

Last week’s episode of “The 100” ended with fighting words from Clarke (Eliza Taylor) to Lexa (Alycia Debnam Carey), who was behind her abduction. Now, locked up in Lexa’s tower like Rapunzel and avoiding her for days, Clarke and Lexa finally have a standoff wherein Lexa admits her plans to make the Sky People her people, the 13th clan. Later, Prince Roan (Zach McGowan) comes to Clarke with a win-win plan for the two: kill Lexa. Clarke gets to leave, and the prince gets back in mommy’s good graces andRead More
'The 100' Episode 1.05 'Twilight's Last Gleaming'
Are you all watching “The 100”? I hope so. It’s hard to believe some of the things the show gets away with, but that’s what makes it so addictive, isn’t it? Episode 1.05, titled “Twilight’s Last Gleaming,” will probably be just as action-packed and shocking as the first four that have aired so far, but these new stills don’t really give away much. Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and Finn (Thomas McDonnell) finally let the sexual tension boil over – just in time for his Ark girlfriend Raven (Lindsey Morgan) to crashRead More
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In my review of one of The CW’s new offerings this mid-season, “Star-Crossed,” I mentioned the idea that the network itself has more intriguing shows to offer to potential audiences, and “The 100,” the other new show premiering on the network in 2014, certainly falls under that category. Action-packed from the very first minute of the pilot, “The 100” is dark, twisted and not afraid to take the teen-friendly network to places it rarely ventures, resulting in an exciting and addictive new show for us to obsess over. The show’sRead More
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The CW has really been stepping it up lately in terms of offering up shows that go beyond the “teen soap” genre (though there’s plenty of that to go around as well, not that there’s anything wrong with that). One example is the next new drama getting set to premiere next month. It’s called “The 100” (The Hundred, not The One Hundred) and having seen the first four episodes, we can tell you that it is exciting, dark, twisted and totally addictive. It’s based on the book of the sameRead More
Looks like it’s “Lost” meets “Lord of the Flies” in our newest look at The CW’s midseason supernatural drama “The 100.” Based on the Kass Morgan novel of the same name, the series is set in a future where the Earth has become inhospitable and the remaining human races lives aboard a spacecraft. When the Ark, as it’s called, begins to run out of energy, a group of juvenile delinquent (and aesthetically pleasing) teenagers are sent back down to their home planet with the hopes of repopulating it. Well, naturally,Read More