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Season Three is the third season of the CW television series The 100. It consisted of 16 episodes. It premiered on January 21, 2016 and concluded on May 19, 2016. It was announced on January 11, 2015[1]. Filming started on July 15, 2015[2]. The first episode of the season was "Wanheda (Part 1)." The season finale was "Perverse Instantiation (Part 2)."

Synopsis Edit

For two seasons, the refugees of The 100 sent to Earth have been at war. First with themselves, then with the Grounders, and finally with Mount Weather. Many have lost their lives along the way. All have lost their innocence. They have learned the hard way that in the fight for survival, there are no heroes and no villains. There is only the living and the dead. But now the war is over. The battle against Mount Weather has been won. The prisoners have returned home to a world seemingly at peace, but can they find peace within themselves after what they had to do to escape? And is there more to life than just surviving? Unfortunately, their newfound sense of normalcy will be short-lived, and their lives will be changed forever, as threats both old and new test their loyalties, push them past their limits, and make them question what it truly means to be human. First, they fought to survive. Then, they fought for their friends. Now, they will fight for the human race.[3]

Cast and Characters Edit

Main article: Character Appearances

Starring Edit

Guest Starring Edit

Co-Starring Edit

Episodes Edit

Main article: Episode Guide

Body Count Edit

Main article: Body Count

Note: The total body count for the season cannot be determined. The following information is only what has been confirmed. For a more accurate and specific representation of the season's body count, see the Body Count article.

Episode Body Count
"Wanheda (Part 1)" 3
"Wanheda (Part 2)" 5
"Ye Who Enter Here" 42
"Watch the Thrones" 1
"Hakeldama" 300+
"Bitter Harvest" 2
"Thirteen" TBD
"Terms and Conditions" 2
"Stealing Fire" 9
"Fallen" 4
"Nevermore" 1
"Demons" 2
"Join or Die" TBD
"Red Sky at Morning" 8
"Perverse Instantiation (Part 1)" 9
"Perverse Instantiation (Part 2)" TBD

Air Dates Edit

Country Channel Premiere Finale
United States The CW January 21, 2016 (9/8c PM) May 19, 2016
Spain Syfy Spain January 28, 2016 May 27, 2016
United Kingdom E4 February 17, 2016 (9 PM) June 3, 2016
Australia Fox 8 February 3, 2016 (8:30 PM) May 18, 2016
Germany ProSieben July 27, 2016 (10:30 PM) November 9, 2016
France Syfy France November 15, 2016 March 8, 2017
Italy Premium Action September 18, 2016 (9 PM) November 6, 2016

Promotional Edit

PicturesEdit

Note: This section is meant for anything but episode stills. Please check out the episode page's gallery to see episode stills and screencaps.

Video Edit

Comic-Con Edit

The 100 appeared in a panel in Comic-Con 2015. The following people were in attendance:


Videos from Comic-Con:

Wonder-Con Edit

The 100 appeared in a panel in Wonder-Con 2016. The following people were in attendance:


Videos from Wonder-Con:

Notes and Trivia Edit

  • Julia Benson and Shawna Benson joined the writing staff.[4]
    • Layne Morgan also joined the writing staff.[citation needed]
  • April 6, 2015 was the first day of writing Season Three.[5]
    • Episode 3x02 was being written on June 19, 2015.[citation needed]
  • On May 12, 2015, it was announced that Richard Harmon would return as series regular.[6]
  • July 15, 2015 was the first day of production for Season Three.[7] They finished on January 29, 2016.[8]
  • Season 3 premiered on American Netflix on November 16, 2016.
  • Season 3 was initially supposed to be 13 episodes. However, partially through filming the crew found out it would be 16 episodes, thus a lot needed to be rewritten.[9]
  • After the finale, there were 44 delinquents remaining. 2 delinquents died during season 3.
  • As of "Terms and Conditions" there is not one star on the show to be in every episode.
  • Clarke Griffin is the only main character to seen in the Season 3 poster.
  • This is the first season where none of the main cast appears in every episode.
  • Either this season or Season Seven has the highest number of deaths in the series, though most of the deaths were from flashbacks to the first nuclear apocalypse which killed approximately 11 billion people. In this season, the flashback was shown in the episode "Thirteen".
  • Lincoln is the only major character in season 3 that died.

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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