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The 100 Seasons 4
1.) Description (Editorial Reviews)
The fight to survive has torn The 100 apart, turned them against each other, and taken the lives of their closest friends. Last season, our heroes found themselves at the epicenter of both the Grounder world and the struggle for Arkadia’s soul. Despite their best efforts, war appeared unavoidable, until a new, even more dangerous threat – one that had been quietly rising all along – exploded to the surface: ALIE, the A.I. that ended the world, offered relief from pain and eternal life in the “City of Light.” But as her ranks grew, it quickly became clear that she was building an army dedicated to controlling all sentient life on Earth. This was no longer a battle between warring factions; it was a fight for humanity itself. Now, a hard truth lands on the shoulders of those who remain. Will they go quietly into the night, or will they find hope and faith in each other, as they face their darkest chapter yet?
2.) Special Features
If you stick with it from the very beginning, the story and characters are well developed as a starting point and you will see this is not just some Syfy crap and you don't like Syfy anyway, it's for kids, you will see that it is more entertaining then the reworked over and over, prime time shows. It is an adult drama with deep rich characters, story lines easy to keep together because they masterfully smooth the transition from one seasons story arc to the next seasons. You are not left shaking your head going "what or where did that come from." The writing is very engaging, doesn't insult your intelligence, and keeps all the different clans complete and striking on their own. It is reminiscent, too me, of the writing in Defiance (still miss that one.) It's nice to have adult Syfy that is mature, engaging, well written and amazingly creative from top to bottom.
1.)This show is amazing! When I first started watching, I had no idea I would become as invested in it and passionate about it as I am. The storytelling is cohesive, thought-provoking, and fantastic, while the acting is top-notch. Every episode feels like a cinematic experience. It's a shame it doesn't seem to get the recognition it deserves since it's on the CW. The network should most definitely promote it more, as it's one of the finest shows on TV and definitely one of the most interesting sci-fi shows of all time.
2.)At the heart of The 100 is its characters, most all of whom are extremely well-developed, consistently written, and delightfully flawed. Bob Morley and Eliza Taylor, in particular, shine as Bellamy Blake and Clarke Griffin, respectively, the male and female leads of the show. Together they form the backbone of a complex cast of characters. Both Bellamy and Clarke are intriguing, interesting characters in their own right, characters who manage to flip typical gender roles and expectations upside down. While Bellamy is passionate, vulnerable, and often openly emotional, Clarke is far more rational and pragmatic. Their relationship together is one of the most unique and beautiful relationships to ever cross the small screen. Between Morley and Taylor exists such a strong chemistry that even the slightest eye contact can send fans into a squealing frenzy. They are complemented by other strong and intense characters, such as warrior Octavia Blake and braniac Raven Reyes, both superbly played by Marie Avgeropoulos and Lindsey Morgan. Richard Harmon is a sarcastic delight in the role of the snarky John Murphy, and Devon Bostick shines as one of the show's most criminally underrated characters, Jasper Jordan.
3.)I keep loving this show. It's better than it has any right to be, or at least that's what I used to think. By season 4, it's just that good. I just read a while back that season 5 is on the way. Who knew that the CW would be the network to be most faithful to the types of shows I love?
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