If you’re excited for The 100 season 6 episode 6, consider this a hub for much of the information that’s out there. Unfortunately, that information includes a hiatus.
As incredible as it would be to have an opportunity to check out the next new episode of this show in a single week’s time, The CW is apparently making you wait for a little bit longer. The series is coming back on Tuesday, June 11 for a little more specificity, and we’re hoping that it will make a certain degree of impact. The title within itself is somewhat surprising — “Memento Mori.” What does it mean? This is a Latin phrase that is roughly translated to mean “remember (that) you will die” — it’s one that is often used as a part of a discussion of mortality, and that is something that many longtime fans out there are familiar with. The 100 kills off characters like they can just pick another one from a garden, which is certainly a strange thing to do given that this is such a devastated world.
So what is there to be excited about in terms of story specifics? Well, CarterMatt has the official The 100 season 6 episode 6 synopsis below with some other information:
THE SEARCH CONTINUES – Diyoza (guest star Ivana Milicevic) learns more about the mysterious Children of Gabriel while Abby (Paige Turco) continues searching for a way to save Kane (guest star Henry Ian Kusick). Paige Turco, Lindsey Morgan, Richard Harmon, Tasya Teles and Shannon Kook star. The episode was directed by P.J. Pesce and written by Alyssa Clark (#606). Original airdate 6/11/2019.
As we move further into the season, we think that we’re going to have opportunities to learn about many new characters within this world — while at the same time nurturing some other ones like Kane and Abby that have been around for a while now. The 100 is in many ways a balancing act, one where there are many constant components that need to be strewn out and examined. Our hope is that, by the time you get to the finale airing, you’re going to have opportunities to see the world through different eyes. Odds are, there are going to be a few dead characters and story changes along the way — after all, we’ve already had a pretty darn dramatic one with us having a chance to see something really different go down with Clarke. Think of that acting challenge with Eliza Taylor as the tip of the iceberg.
As for why The CW isn’t airing a new episode next week, maybe they’re trying to just stretch all of this out for the summer? That’s really one of the only theories that we can come up with that makes a certain degree of sense given that ideally, wouldn’t you want people to see your stories as often as humanly possible … and also as early?
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