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The 100 Season 4 Trailer Gives Us The Heebies Jeebies

The 100 Season 4 trailer is out and fans are not disappointed at all. The makers did a good job by taking their sweet time in bringing the trailer out. It sure packs in a lot of elements that are coming up in the new season.

The 100 Season 4 is going to be an intense series as everybody seems to be racing against time to just survive. The CW drama will see humans trying to beat the odds and avoid heading into extinction. For the ones unaware, The 100 TV show is a post-apocalyptic science fiction drama. The earth has no survivors left until a spaceship accommodating humanity’s lone survivors sends 100 humans back to the Earth.

The 100 Season 4: What’s In Store?

The 100 Season 4 will see the surviving humans to choose between surviving and thriving. The trailer shows bodies tied up in body bags. The A.I. A.L.I.E. (Erica Cerra) says, “The nuclear power plants that were destroyed by the bombs have begun to melt down. 96% of the earth’s surface will be uninhabitable. Black rain will come first, there will be no drinkable water. Precancerous lesions will form. Death is inevitable.”

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A.L.I.E. means business when she says “Let me ease their pain, Clarke. We can save the human race together.” Travelers Today reports that Bellamy Blake might be seen for the last time in Season 4. Series creator and director Jason Rothenberg reveals that the Blake (Bob Morley) will die in the season that comes up on Feb. 1 on the CW.

Who Survives and Who Thrives?

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Characters were seen belting out some great one-liners. One of them Clarke Griffin says that pain is not simply eased, but that it must be overcome. “If we stick together, we won’t just survive, we’ll thrive” is one of the other statements made in the trailer.

The 100 Season 4 will see the survivors scampering for ways to live on earth. The characters are constantly muddled with the choice of killing or saving their own people. Dynamics of humanity, compassion, survival will come into play in the upcoming season.

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