Tonight, “The 100” on The CW had quite possibly its biggest challenge ever since the start of the series, and that was finding a way to tell a story in the aftermath of the stunning death of Lexa. Fans remain outraged over her exit from the show, and we’re very curious tomorrow to see just what the ratings impact of this move ultimately is.
We cannot predict the future, though, and with that in mind, we’re going to put our focus somewhere else for the remainder of this article: Trying to properly determine just when the show is going to return to the network with new episodes. It’s facing a hiatus moving forward for a few weeks, and it will not back until Friday, March 31. This is an episode entitled “Stealing Fire,” and unfortunately that is all that is known right now.
Hopefully we are going to have some more news on this episode coming up in the near future, given that we are getting more and more of an indication that there are some hugely dramatic, interesting moments still to come this season. We’re just interested for now in seeing how all of this ends up shaping up, and if there is a way that the show can end on a high note after everything that it’s gone through this year.
One thing that it definitely does still have going for it is its cast, led by the excellent Eliza Taylor. She is one of the reasons people became so invested in the first place.
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