The second season was announced on May 8, 2014. It was three episodes longer than previous season, featured a new Title Sequence, and was met with more favorable reviews, holding a rating of 100% with professional reviewers on Rotten Tomatoes.
The season was internationally syndicated. The complete season set is available on DVD and Blu-ray in all regions as of October 14, 2015. The episodes are also available through digital retailers such as Netflix,, Apple's iTunes Store, Microsoft's Xbox Live Marketplace, and Amazon.com's on-demand TV service.
The epic second season picks up with the group still scattered and desperate to be reunited. As members of The 100 and new arrivals from the Ark stake out their place in a dangerous and beautiful new world, they are confronted with the physical peril and moral dilemmas that come with reforging society. What kind of life will they build? And what will it cost them? This season's quest will challenge them more than anything that's come before. Hearts will be broken. Lives will be lost. Heroes will be born.
Cast and Characters Edit
- Main article: Character Appearances
- Eliza Taylor as Clarke Griffin
- Paige Turco as Abigail Griffin
- Thomas McDonell as Finn Collins (2x01 - 2x09)
- Bob Morley as Bellamy Blake
- Marie Avgeropoulos as Octavia Blake
- Devon Bostick as Jasper Jordan
- Lindsey Morgan as Raven Reyes
- Ricky Whittle as Lincoln
- Christopher Larkin as Monty Green
- Isaiah Washington as Thelonious Jaha
- Henry Ian Cusick as Marcus Kane
Guest Starring Edit
- Alessandro Juliani as Jacapo Sinclair
- Sachin Sahel as Eric Jackson
- Rekha Sharma as Lorelei Tsing
- Jarod Joseph as Nathan Miller
- Richard Harmon as John Murphy
- Eve Harlow as Maya Vie
- Raymond J. Barry as Dante Wallace
- Kendall Cross as Major Byrne
- Johnny Whitworth as Cage Wallace
- Alycia Debnam-Carey as Lexa
- Dichen Lachman as Anya
- Katie Stuart as Zoe Monroe
- Keenan Tracey as Sterling (2x04 only)
- Steve Talley as Kyle Wick
- Ty Olsson as Nyko
- Joseph Gatt as Tristan
- Aleks Paunovic as Gustus
- Luisa d'Oliveira as Emori
- Tasya Teles as Echo
- Michael Rogers as Denby
- Christian Tessier as Caspian
- Eli Goree as Wells Jaha
- Luvia Petersen as Sienna
- Finn Wolfhard as Zoran
- Eric Breker as Sgt. Lovejoy
- Graham Shiels as Quint
- Erica Cerra as A.L.I.E.
- Jedediah Goodacre as Craig (2x16 only)
- Chelsey Reist as Harper McIntyre
- Chris Shields as David Miller
- Keenan Tracey as Sterling (2x01 - 2x03)
- Jaeson Lee as Tomac
- Luc Rodetique as Penn
- Brendon Zub as Delano
- Emily Haine as Keenan Mykulak
- Cameron Roberts as Artigas
- Chad Riley as Osias
- Jojo Ahenkorah as Costa
- Colin Lawrence as Rivo
- Aaron Hutchinson as Sgt. Langston
- Warren Belle as Sgt. Scott
- Patrick Sabongui as Sindri
- Genevieve Buechner as Fox
- Liam O'Neill as Lovejoy's Son
- James Michalopolous as Fio
- Aatash Amir as Atohl
- Glenn Ennis as Ryder
- Rob Hayter as Whitman and Deformed Grounder
- Jedidiah Goodacre as Craig (2x14 only)
- Tiara Sorensen as Lily
- Jackson Berlin as Garza
- Nick Hunnings as Lee
- Graem Beddoes as Harris
- James Pizzinato as Richards
- Frank Ferrucci as Mr. Peters
- Crystal Verge as Mrs. Peters
- Main article: Episode Guide
- The 48 (T)
- Inclement Weather (T)
- Reapercussions (T)
- Many Happy Returns (T)
- Human Trials (T)
- Fog of War (T)
- Long Into an Abyss (T)
- Spacewalker (T)
- Remember Me (T)
- Survival of the Fittest (T)
- Coup de Grâce (T)
- Rubicon (T)
- Resurrection (T)
- Bodyguard of Lies (T)
- Blood Must Have Blood P1 (T)
- Blood Must Have Blood P2 (T)
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.
|"Many Happy Returns"||2+|
|"Fog of War"||5|
|"Long Into an Abyss"||1|
|"Survival of the Fittest"||3|
|"Coup de Grâce"||3|
|"Bodyguard of Lies"||8+|
|"Blood Must Have Blood (Part 1)"||11+|
|"Blood Must Have Blood (Part 2)"||350+|
Air Dates Edit
|United States||The CW||October 22, 2014||June 11, 2014|
|United Kingdom||E4||January 6, 2015||April 21, 2015|
|Australia||Fox 8||January 8, 2015||May 5, 2015|
|South-Africa||Vuzu Amp||June 2, 2015 (7.30PM)||September 15, 2015|
|Germany/Austria||Prosieben||October 7, 2015||November 18, 2015|
|Italy||Premium Action||October 3, 2015||November 21, 2015|
|France||Syfy France||March 15, 2015||November 3, 2015|
Note: This section is meant for anything but Episode stills. Please check out the episode page's gallery to see episode stills and screencaps.
The 100 appeared in a panel in Comic-Con 2014. The following people were in attendance:
Videos from Comic-Con:
Notes and Trivia Edit
- David J. Peterson, who also developed the Game of Thrones Dothraki language, created the Grounder language that is featured this season.
- At the start of filming for Season Two, Eliza Taylor was injured on set.
- Season Two had a fall premiere, as opposed to the mid-season premiere of Season One. With two natural breaks for Thanksgiving and Christmas.
- This season was about reunions.
- After the finale, there were 46 Delinquents remaining.
- Eight Delinquents died during Season Two.
- In the show, this season started on October 12, 2149, immediately after Season One ended. It ended on November 3, 2149.
- The events that occurred in this season took place over 21 days.
- On July 25, 2014, during the Comic-Con 2014 panel, it was announced that Lindsey Morgan and Ricky Whittle were promoted to series regular.
See Also Edit
|The 100 TV Series|
- ↑ rotten tomatoes. Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved August 17, 2016.
- ↑ Netflix
- ↑ Apple's iTunes Store
- ↑ Microsoft's Xbox Live Marketplace
- ↑ Amazon.com's on-demand TV service
- ↑ https://web.archive.org/web/20140924041316/http://www.cwtv.com/shows/the-100/about
- ↑ http://www.eonline.com/news/566011/spoiler-chat-scoop-on-pretty-little-liars-new-love-interest-outlander-sons-of-anarchy-and-more
- ↑ http://fangirlish.com/the-100-season-2-lindsey-morgan-and-ricky-whittle-promoted-to-series-regulars/