The 100 season 7 will be the last of Post-apocalyptic Tv series “The 100”, says Creator Jason Rothenberg. “The 100” will cross its 100 Episodes during season 7 which is expected to release next year on “WC”. The creator Jason Rothenberg of this amazing Tv Series “The 100′ made this announcement on twitter. Rothenberg said on his official Twitter account “With #The100 Season 6 finale just days away, I have some bittersweet news to share: Season 7 will be our last. 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”.
Jason Rothenberg has already announced in Aprile at the release of season 6 that They will make season 7 next year but it will be the end of The 100.
The season 6 of The 100 is already on Air since April in the United States at Cw Tv and broadcasting its every new episode on every Tuesday. Total of 12 episodes of “The 100 season 6” has been released so far. But fans of “The 100” outside the USA are not able to watch season 6 on CW TV’s mobile or TV apps. Season 6 is not available yet even on Netflix outside the USA. It is expected to release its season 6 in the UK this month. But fans in the rest of the world are still unable to watch “The 100 season 6” by conventional means. However, There are many Unconventional ways to Watch or download The 100 season 6 completely free, as you can follow this guide to watch it online for free.
In season 6, survivals of The 100, Clark Griffen, Ballamy, Octavia, and others are trying to survive on Sanctum ” A new Planet” against Red sun’s toxic and so-called Primes. Clark gets back her life after once losing it to one of the primes “Josephine” but she is still pretending as prime in order to save the lives of her friends. The Russell “father of Josephine and King of sanctum” tried to kill Clark’s friends once at all. Next episodes will reveal whether Ballamy and his friends will survive from Red sun’s Toxic or will kill each other in the madness of Apocalypse.