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Season Six of The 100 consisted of 13 episodes. It is the 6th season to have appeared on The 100. It premiered on April 30, 2019 and concluded on August 6, 2019. The renewal was announced on May 7, 2018.[1] Filming began on August 27, 2018 and wrapped up on February 8, 2019.[2]

Synopsis Edit

For five seasons our heroes did whatever it took to survive on Earth, and nothing worked. Earth was unsurvivable, lost to them forever. What was not lost: hope. After 125 years in cryosleep, traveling through the stars, our heroes woke up to a new home, a final gift from some dearly-departed friends. A place where they can try again. They're given one simple task: do better, be the good guys. With this credo in mind, Clarke and Bellamy lead a group down onto this mysterious world, hoping to start anew, to finally find peace. But old habits die hard and when they stumble across an idyllic society, it quickly becomes clear that not everything on Sanctum is as perfect as it seems. Despite their determination to do better, threats both seen and unseen will once again force our heroes to fight for their lives and the future of humanity.[3]

Cast and Characters Edit

Main article: Character Appearances

Starring Edit

Guest Starring Edit


Co-Starring Edit

  • Amélie Eve as Rose
  • Lucia Walters as Miranda Mason VIII
  • Karen Holness as Blythe Ann Workman
  • Dean Marshall as Jae Workman
  • Beatrice King as Faye
  • Sean Kuling as Cassius
  • Skylar Radzion as Brooke and Josephine Lightbourne II
  • Donald Heng as Gabriel Santiago II
  • Dakota Daulby as Sheidheda
  • Camden Filtness as James Crockett
  • Casey Maderson as Tai
  • Tom Stevens as Trey
  • Kaylah Zander as Tosh
  • Jason Tremblay as Isaac
  • Doralynn Mui as Olivia
  • Rohan Campbell as Dave
  • Carly Buhler as Arabel
  • Christiaan Westerveld as Adjustor
  • Ana Volkhina as Rose's Mom
  • Denis Kyzman as Rose's Dad
  • Milli Wilkinson as Young Echo
  • Kai Dolmans as Young Ash
  • Mark Tyler Krysko as Azgeda Speaking Warrior
  • Thomas Nicholson as Sanctum Prime Guard #1
  • Dustin Lloyd as Sanctum Guard
  • J.C. Williams as Lead Guard
  • Justin Breault as Golden Guard
  • Emma Oliver as Hope Diyoza
  • Kat Rutson as Sierra and Miranda Mason IX
  • Marshall Bingham as Miranda's Royal Guard
  • Kelly McCabe as Team Six Leader
  • Fraser Corbett as Geo Terrorist
  • Glenn Ennis as Machette
  • Kaare Jay Anderson as Man
  • Hamza Fouad as Terrorist Abductor
  • Samantha Hum as Female Terrorist
  • Jacob Tazelaar as New Terrorist Leader
  • Jesse Hutch as Lead COG
  • Brea Schnieder as COG Warrior
  • Megan Danso as Layla
  • Ian Butcher as Bryson and Caleb Mason VIII

Episodes Edit

Main article: Episode Guide

Body Count Edit

Main article: Body Count
Episode Body Count
"Sanctum" 1
"Red Sun Rising" 3+
"The Children of Gabriel" 7
"The Face Behind the Glass" 6+
"The Gospel of Josephine" 1
"Memento Mori" 5
"Nevermind" 4
"The Old Man and the Anomaly" 5
"What You Take With You" 4
"Matryoshka" 9
"Ashes to Ashes" 3
"Adjustment Protocol" 5
"The Blood of Sanctum" 10+
Total 63+

Air Dates Edit

Country Channel Premiere Finale
United States WonderCon

March 31, 2019

United States The CW April 30, 2019 August 6, 2019
Italy Premium Action

October 17, 2019

France SyFy France From September 3, 2019 to October 8, 2019

Promotional Edit

Pictures Edit

Video Edit

Comic-Con Edit

The cast did not attend San Diego Comic-Con to promote the sixth season, unlike the previous five years. However, the episode "The Dark Year" was shown at a special WB comic-con screening event, six days ahead of its airdate.[4][5] Also, Bob Morley and Eliza Taylor attended Comic-Con for TV Guide Magazine's Fan Favorites.[6]

Videos from San Diego Comic-Con:

Jason Rothenberg, Eliza Taylor, and Bob Morley attended the New York Comic Con in New York City.

Videos from New York Comic Con:

Wonder-Con Edit

The 100 appeared in a panel in Wonder-Con 2019. The following people were in attendance:


Videos from Wonder-Con:

Notes and Trivia Edit

  • On May 7, 2018, The 100 was renewed for a sixth season.[1]
  • The writers started working on the season on May 21, 2018 and ended on December 21, 2018.[7] [8] Filming began on August 27, 2018 and wrapped up on February 8, 2019.[9]
  • Aaron Ginsburg, Terri Hughes Burton, Justine Juel Gillmer, Julie Benson, Shawna Benson, Lauren Muir, Heidi Cole McAdams were not writing or producing this season.[citation needed]
  • Kim Shumway rejoined the writing team.[10]
  • Bob Morley directed the eleventh episode of the season,[11] which started filming on January 8, 2019,[12] then wrapped up on January 18, 2019.[13]
  • Ed Fraiman returned. He was "Co-Executive Producer" and directed the season premiere and season finale.
  • P.J. Pesce[14], April Mullen[15], Marshall Virtue[16] and Amanda Tapping[17] directed some episodes of the season.
  • Jason Rothenberg posted the Title Sequence for the season on his Twitter account on April 3, 2019. The new opening revealed that Shannon Kook is a series regular in the sixth season. This is the latest into a season's production that a new series regular was announced, with four weeks remaining until the premiere.
    • This also makes this the first season to have fewer than ten series regulars, with only nine.
  • Production was delayed for one week due to Bob Morley's knee surgery. Because of this, some of Bellamy's scenes at beginning of season 6 had to be changed to Bellamy sitting down. Stunt doubles were used for walking and running scenes.[18]
  • Just like Season Three, Clarke is the only main character seen in Season 6 poster.
    • Clarke appearing twice on the poster in a mirror image is likely foreshadowing her becoming a host for Josephine Lightbourne.
  • This is the second season that does not include a two-part episode. The first was Season Four.
  • Bellamy Blake and Octavia Blake are the only main characters that appear in every episode.
  • In the form of flashbacks and hallucinations, deceased characters Jake Griffin, A.L.I.E., Maya Vie, Monty Green, Charles Pike and Queen Nia reappear in newly filmed scenes.
  • Megan Danso, who played Juel in Season Three, plays the separate recurring character of Layla starting in "Ashes to Ashes."
  • This season has the lowest number of deaths in the series with 60-70 or more deaths. The highest is Season Three.

See Also Edit

The 100 TV Series

The 100 • Seasons One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, SevenEpisode GuideTranscriptsRatings

Behind the ScenesCastCrewMusicTitle SequencePromo ImagesMerchandise

References Edit

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