Are you ready to move on from Mount Weather on the upcoming third season of “The 100“? If so, you are in luck: It seems like the folks behind the scenes at the show feel the same way that you do. The show is moving on to some new territory, and specifically towards a certain something / somehow that became a major theme of the final episodes of this season.
Speaking to TVLine about the finale, executive Jason Rothenberg explained the decision to move the series forward into some new territory now after everything that happened at that location. There is still one other person who is floating around, though, and our heroes would be smart to remember him:
“…The Mount Weather story has definitely been told. Emerson is alive, though. He’s the one person who survived Mount Weather, and he’ll probably factor into our plans as a threat that’s out there somewhere looking for revenge. But the Mount Weather story was Season 2. We turned the ship towards Mount Weather with the white room at the end of the Season 1 finale, and now, we’ve turned the ship again towards the über story of Season 3 with the City of Light — or, as it turns out, the Woman of Light.”
The third season will most likely air on The CW at some point in October, unless the show decides to mess around with the schedule again. Something to ponder here once again will be the episode count. This show works better with something less than a 22-episode season, but do you give it as long as it had this time around, or move back down to 13?
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