Season 7 of The 100 marked the end of the series but it did not avoid making this big mistake.
While we were returning some time ago to the cameos of the final series of season 7 of The 100 that made us nostalgic, it is now time to look at the whole series and take stock of it not necessarily very glorious. Yes, even if the series broadcast on the CW has enthralled thousands of fans for years,
it was not without errors, one of which even reminds us of the missteps of the cult series Why ? Because of its increasingly complex intrigues over the seasons and especially an end to the air of doomsday. Lost, which took place. finished a long time ago.
Clarke reunites with her friends – Credit (s): the cw
In the last episode of
The 100 , Clarke fails the test of a higher instance, which prevents her from transcending like all her relatives. They find themselves in a kind of virtual paradise after being disembodied and become immortal beings unable to feel pain or pain. A bit like the characters of . And, like in Lost who, in the final series, also find themselves outside the physical world in a strange in-between Lost, The 100 used this ending to close, a bit easily, ever more insane storylines over the seasons – and the contrast is stark when you look at the first 3 seasons.
Madi transcends – Credit (s): the cw
The 100 told the story of humans who survived in space who came back down to Earth, then their struggles with the humans already there. However, this pitch quickly turned into philosophical and then metaphysical questions when it was a question of beings existing in an astral plane other than that of Clarke and his family, of different planets linked by an Anomaly stone and of multiple beliefs. , sects etc. Why have gone so far when the survival of the inhabitants of the ark could have remained at the heart of the plot? And was this sort of doomsday in the final series really necessary to end their story? We are not convinced …
Clarke fails the “Lexa” test – Credit (s): the cw
series overbid intrigue thinking that the more complicated the better , and that if viewers have trouble understanding, that's proof of quality. We tend to think that if viewers have trouble keeping track of what planet we are on, how timelines work, what is the relationship between the “real” universe and those in a chip, in the head of characters etc, is that the writers did not really do their job well. So certainly, the series has at least an end, but there was perhaps a less roundabout way to get there … Anyway what is done is done, and we just have 'hope that, if The 100 spin-off is finally ordered after the end of Season 7, it will get lost in its intrigue a little less.