The 100 season 5
TV channel: The CW
Original release: March 19, 2014 – present
About TV show The 100 season 5
97 years after life on Earth was almost completely extinguished as a result of a nuclear war, the last surviving people live in a huge complex of space stations, which was once formed from several smaller stations, which were at the time of the then disaster in space. As the resources are becoming increasingly scarce and life support systems are gradually failing, it is decided to send 100 juvenile prisoners (including Eliza Taylor, Thomas McDonell and Bob Morley) to Earth's surface to check whether the planet is habitable again. Upon their arrival, the large group offers a wonderfully thriving world. But the idyll is deceptive. Thus the young people have to cope not only with dangerous tensions within their ranks, but also soon realize that they are not alone on the blue planet.
On January 25, 2013, the TV channel The CW ordered pilots The Hundred, based on a book series by Kass Morgan. The first roles went to Eli Goree, Bob Morley and Henry Ian Cusick. The central roles Clarke Griffin and Finn Collins were occupied in March 2013 with Eliza Taylor and Thomas McDonell.
On 9 May 2013 the station ordered a first season with 13 episodes for the Midseason 2013/2014. In May 2014, The CW announced the production of a second season with 16 episodes. For the second season, Lindsey Morgan and Ricky Whittle were promoted to main characters. At the beginning of 2015, The CW ordered a third season scheduled for the Midseason 2015/16 and launched on 21 January 2016.
The 100 is an American science fiction TV series starring Eliza Taylor and Bob Morley in the central main roles. The series has been produced by Alloy Entertainment, CBS Television Studios and Warner Bros. Television for the TV channel The CW since 2013.