the 100 season 8

Despite the fact that the show is in its eighth season, there is still a lot of buzz about it. There is even a possibility that the show may be a spin-off. There has also been talk of a trailer, and the show ending in 2020.


‘Anaconda’ is a prequel episode of The 100. The episode is set 97 years prior to the events of the show. It features a reimagined origin of the Grounders. It also introduces compelling new characters.

It is written by Jason Rothenberg, the creator of The 100. It is a backdoor pilot for a potential spinoff series. It is a cleverly crafted episode that features some of the show’s most intriguing Easter eggs. It is also a good example of how the show has developed its own identity.

The episode features a reimagined Grounder origin story, as well as a mystery surrounding the Second Dawn bunker. It also shows how the toll bunker has taken on the mental health of its followers. The episode also provides a glimpse at the history of the Second Dawn sect, which was the original cult that Bill Cadogan was involved with.

The episode also features the largest screen time of the season so far. It will be released on October 19th, 2014.

Ending in 2020

Thousands of people live on a space station called the Ark, which was built after a nuclear disaster. In the 97 years that have passed, the population has grown to three generations. However, the station’s life support systems fail. Survivors are given a chance to return to Earth, almost a century after the disaster.

It was announced in April that The 100 would be returning for a seventh season, but a spin-off series is still in the works. Its title has yet to be officially announced, but the prequel could be coming to HBO Max or Netflix.

The show has received good reviews, with a 7.6 out of 10 IMDb rating. Its ratings were high enough to land the series on Netflix’s list of top 10 series. It also received several award nominations.

The 100 season 8 will premiere on Netflix on May 20, 2020. It is unclear whether it will get renewed for a ninth season. But based on the show’s ratings, it looks like it will be another year of binge-watching for fans.

Possible spin-off

Almost ten years after the first season of the drama series The 100, fans are asking about the possibility of a spin-off. The series is considered to be one of the most successful shows of all time. The tv series is set in a world where a virus destroys the society. Survivors attempt to recover and rebuild. It has been aired in the US on the CW network. However, it was announced earlier this year that the series would not return for season eight.

Since the end of season seven, fans have been waiting to know if the series will return. However, it was officially announced that the series would end in September of 2020.

A spin-off would take place 97 years before the events of the original series. The spin-off would follow a group of survivors as they try to rebuild society. It is unclear if the show would be on Netflix or elsewhere.

The 100 prequel is currently untitled. It was supposed to focus on survivors of a nuclear apocalypse. The show would have had two leads. However, the cast has yet to be announced.


Previously, The 100 has had a total of seven seasons. Originally, it was planned to end after season seven. But, as time went by, the show gained more and more popularity. It also gained many awards and nominations. The show is now considered one of the most popular shows on Netflix.

The story follows a group of young criminals who are sent to Earth to test whether it is habitable. They find grounders and survivors. They also learn that there are aliens who are using Earth as a prison.

This show has received positive reviews from the audience. It also has a lot of fans. There are plenty of people who are eagerly waiting for the show to be renewed for Season 8.

The 100 is one of the most popular shows on Netflix. It is based on a popular science fiction novel by Kass Morgan. It also has a great plot and a fascinating storyline. The show has attracted a huge audience from all over the world.

By Geeke