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Producer Rothenberg Explains CW’s The 100’s Cliffhanger Ending, Opens Up On Season 7 Updates

The 100’s Cliffhanger completion clarified. Season 6 to be the last season.

Maker Jason Rothenberg separates his choice to part of the arrangement season 6. After unlimited battles, different wars and two world closure occasions, The 100 will wind up with season 7. The American dystopian sci-fi TV arrangement The 100 has been recharged for season 7. The taping is relied upon to start on August 26.

The 100’s maker Kim Shumway tweeted about the start of season 7. “First day with @The100writers on season 7! So happy to be back with these brilliant people discussing characters I worship. Goodness and this occurred.” Kim tweeted.

In last season’s finale cliffhanger the crowd saw the puzzling green irregularity show up before Octavia was wounded by adult infant Hope. Maker Rothenberg was posed sure inquiry about season 6’s cliffhanger.

“It is unquestionably grounded in science, and we will clarify all or however much as could reasonably be expected as we go into season 7,” Rothenberg said. When he has posed inquiries about the character Octavia, he answered “I would prefer not to prod anything about her destiny other than we will disclose what befalls her.

Regardless of whether she’s alive or dead, Marie’s astounding, and you can securely say we have not said a final farewell to her.” Rothenberg expressed that he will undoubtedly talk about additional.

Octavia’s future in season7 is hard to be anticipated. It can’t be said whether she will be in the following season or not. This severe show has battles in which individuals battle for survival. Rothenberg said he had typical designs for season’s beginning.

In any case, presently as this season will be the end season, he needs to, make this season the best circular segment to end this show.

Season 6 finale guaranteed more passings to come in season 7. Fans must be anxiously hanging tight for the following season.

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