Season Seven is the seventh and final season of The CW television series The 100. It consisted of 16 episodes. The season premiered on May 20, 2020 and concluded on September 30, 2020. The renewal was announced on April 24, 2019, six days prior to the premiere of the previous season. Filming began on August 26, 2019 and wrapped up on March 14, 2020.
The seventh and final season opens with our heroes picking up the pieces of the society they destroyed on Sanctum. Still reeling from her mother’s death, Clarke, perhaps more than anyone, feels the toll of years upon years of fighting and loss. The group soon finds that maintaining order among the competing factions is no easy feat, and one that has them questioning whether their commitment to doing better was worth the price. At the same time, our heroes must contend with new obstacles on a scale beyond any that they previously experienced as they unravel the mysteries of the Anomaly. What they encounter on this epic journey pushes them to their limits both physically and emotionally, challenging their long-held conceptions of family, love, and sacrifice. Ultimately, our heroes must answer for themselves what it means to truly live, and not just survive.
Cast and Characters
- Main article: Character Appearances
- Eliza Taylor as Clarke Griffin
- Bob Morley as Bellamy Blake (7x01 - 7x13)
- Marie Avgeropoulos as Octavia Blake
- Lindsey Morgan as Raven Reyes
- Richard Harmon as John Murphy
- Tasya Teles as Echo
- Shannon Kook as Jordan Green
- JR Bourne as Russell Lightbourne VII (7x01) and Sheidheda
- Chuku Modu as Gabriel Santiago (7x01 - 7x15)
- Shelby Flannery as Hope Diyoza
- Adina Porter as Indra
- Jarod Joseph as Nathan Miller
- Luisa d'Oliveira as Emori
- Sachin Sahel as Eric Jackson
- Tati Gabrielle as Gaia
- Zach McGowan as Roan (7x01)
- Jessica Harmon as Niylah
- Lola Flanery as Madi Griffin
- Ivana Milicevic as Charmaine Diyoza
- Erica Cerra as Becca Franko
- Lee Majdoub as Nelson
- Alaina Huffman as Nikki
- Chad Rook as Hatch
- Jason Diaz as Levitt
- Jonathan Scarfe as Conductor Doucette
- Sara Thompson as Josephine Lightbourne I (7x13)
- Sean Maguire as Russell Lightbourne I (7x01)
- Leo Howard as August (7x08)
- Iola Evans as Callie Cadogan (7x08) and the Judge (7x16)
- Adain Bradley as Reese Cadogan (7x08)
- Crystal Balint as Grace Cadogan (7x08)
- Craig Arnold as Tristan (7x08)
- Darren Moore as Orlando (7x04 only)
- Neal McDonough as Anders
- John Pyper-Ferguson as Bill Cadogan
Special Appearances By
- Monique Ganderton as Aurora Blake (7x11)
- Dakota Daulby as Sheidheda (7x01)
- Karen Holness as Blythe Ann Workman
- Dean Marshall as Jae Workman
- Camden Filtness as James Crockett
- Milli Wilkinson as The real Echo
- Tom Stevens as Trey
- Max Montesi as Lindo
- Amber Taylor as Young Hope (age 6)
- Nevis Unipan as Young Hope (age 10)
- Elizabeth Truman as Baby Hope
- Darren Moore as Orlando (The Garden only)
- Josh Blacker as Captain Meredith
- Josh Collins as Otis
- Cassandra Ebner as Klara
- Britt Irvin as Alyssa
- Parmiss Sehat as Cora
- Eanna O'Dowd as Tobin
- Xavier de Guzman as Knight
- Luc Roderique as Penn
- Kamran Fulleylove as Dev
- Miles Chalmers as Zev
- Malcolm Masters as Conductor Corbett
- Kyle Warren as Kirsch
- Adam Lolacher as Jeremiah
- Jason Bell as Scar
- Dylan Kingwell as Luca
- Patrick Keating as Groundskeeper
- Sean Quan as Rex
- Stephanie Izsak as Hayden
- Yee Jee Tso as Cameron
- Deni DeLory as Paula
- Michael Benyaer as Zahir
- Nicole Muñoz as Lucy
- Christin Park as Eriko
- Kathleen Duborg as August’s mom
- Chris Robson as August’s dad
- Theresa Wong as Eriko’s mom
- C. Douglas Quan as Eriko’s dad
- Alex Barima as Kwame
- Julie Lynn Mortensen as Miss Haggerman
- Mat Lo as Nurse Disciple
- Vera Frederickson as Kim
- Marcello Guedes as Sean
- Sunita Prasad as Shoana
- Tina Grant as Lorenza (credited as Stone Conductor)
- Jason Cermak as Hull
- Elysia Rotaru as Musgrave
- Stefania Indelicato as Joanna
- Klarc Jerome Wilson as Disciple
- Wyatt Cameron as Guard
- Shaw Madson as Unit Monitor
- Phillip Keohavong as Disciple
- Max Archibald as Lee (credited as Believer Boy)
- Naiah Cummins as Lead Disciple
- Janene Carleton as Disciple
- Bernie Yao as Sanctum Apprentice
- Tyler Burrows as Convict
- Stephen Adekolu as Wonkru Guard
- Jana Jalissa as True Believer
- David Benedict Brown as Farmer
- Chris Bradford as Luca's Father
- Leah Hennessey as Luca's Mother
- AJ Simmons as Female Cipher Tech
- Alan Mak as Male Cipher Tech
- Heather Feeney as Night Nurse
- Shawn Macdonald as Ragged Man
- Otto Szabo as Person Watching
- Kenya Jordan as Singer
- Benjamin Kim as Drummer #1
- Alexa Berard as Guitarist #2
- Peter Robinson as Musician #3
- Paul Kinman as Musician #4
- Isla Sunar as Student #3
- Grace Sunar as Student #4
- Logan McInnes as Student #5
- Klarc Wilson as Disciple
- Marisa Gold as Beautiful Young Woman
- Jason Bempong as Beautiful Young Man
- Anesha Bailey as Young Trikru Woman
- Matt Reimer as Disciple A
- Main article: Episode Guide
The season had 16 episodes.
- Main article: Body Count
|"From the Ashes"||5|
|"Welcome to Bardo"||8|
|"The Queen's Gambit"||1|
nearly 11 billion (flashback)
|"A Little Sacrifice"||5+|
|"A Sort of Homecoming"||2|
|"The Dying of the Light"||15+|
|"The Last War"||15+|
Videos from San Diego Comic-Con:
Due to the events of COVID-19, San Diego Comic Con changed considerably and was brought online. A number of cast members attended the live panel via video link:
Media from Comic-Con@Home:
Notes and Trivia
- This season featured several characters' most appearances in a season.
- This season contains the longest episode of the entire series, The Last War.
- Jason Rothenberg and the writing team started writing on June 3, 2019 and finished on December 18, 2019.
- Erica Meredith joined the crew as a writer/producer.
- Sean Crouch joined the crew as writer/co-executive producer.
- Kim Shumway is an executive producer/writer. Miranda Kwok and Jeff Vlaming are writing/producing as well.
- Blythe Ann Johnson joined the team as staff writer, after being a writers' assistant for years.
- On July 2, 2019, Kim confirmed that they already finished writing 2 episodes and were starting to write episode 3.
- Charmaine DeGraté did not write for this season.
- Eliza Taylor and Bob Morley were set to direct episodes this season.
- Diana Valentine directed episode 4.
- Tim Scanlan directed episode 2.
- Dean White directed episode 3.
- Jessica Harmon directed episode 14.
- Rothenberg directed the final episode.
- This season is the third to have 16 episodes. The first two were Season Two and Season Three.
- The season finale is the 100th and final episode of the series.
- Filming began on August 26, 2019 and wrapped up on March 14, 2020.
- As confirmed by Rothenberg, Season Seven is the final season.
- Rothenberg states that the reason why he decided to end the show on Season 7 was it's time to get out while the getting's good and doesn't want to overstay their welcome, so they were asking The CW President to let the season to be the final.
- The episode "Anaconda" served as a backdoor pilot for a potential spin-off series set in the aftermath of the Nuclear Apocalypse, 97 years before the Pilot.
- With Shelby Flannery, Chuku Modu and JR Bourne are being promoted to series regular this season, this is the only season to have three main cast promotions.
Plot and Character Notes:
- This season pick up right after Season Six.
- One of themes of Season 7 is "time".
- Rothenberg states that the final season is "our version of a happy ending".
- On September 25, 2019, it was announced that Chuku Modu was promoted to series regular.
- Richard described the season by one word, “unexpected” 
- There will be familiar faces from the past seasons returning this season, Jason said it could be flashbacks, hallucinations or dreams but not bringing them back from the dead.
- JR Bourne appeared as Russell Lightbourne only in the season premiere "From the Ashes" where he was killed by Sheidheda who then took over his body, making it in fact Sheidheda who will be a main character and not Russell.
- Season 7 is the second season where none of the main cast appears in every episode, the first was Season Three.
- This season is the one of three seasons that has an episode with no deaths. The other seasons to contain episodes with no deaths are Season One, and Season Four.
- Etherea is the only episode of season seven to have no deaths.
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