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All 45 episodes from the first three seasons of the post-apocalyptic teen drama. 97 years after a nuclear war almost destroys the Earth, 100 expendable youths are sent to their ancestor's former home to determine if its surface is habitable, with the hope of repopulating the planet. As the 100 begin their quest they are forced to confront dangers in a world they have only seen from space and soon discover they may not be alone on Earth. Season 1 episodes are: 'Pilot', 'Earth Skills', 'Earth Kills', 'Murphy's Law', 'Twilight's Last Gleaming', 'His Sister's Keeper', 'Contents Under Pressure', 'Day Trip', 'Unity Day', 'I Am Become Death', 'The Calm', 'We Are Grounders: Part 1' and 'We Are Grounders: Part 2'. Season 2 episodes are: 'The 48', 'Inclement Weather', 'Reapercussions', 'Many Happy Returns', 'Human Trials', 'Fog of War', 'Long Into an Abyss', 'Spacewalker', 'Remember Me', 'Survival of the Fittest', 'Coup de Grace', 'Rubicon', 'Resurrection', 'Bodyguard of Lies', 'Blood Must Have Blood: Part 1' and 'Blood Must Have Blood: Part 2'. Season 2 episodes are: 'Wanheda: Part 1', Wanheda: Part 2', 'Ye Who Enter Here', 'Watch the Thrones', 'Hakeldama', 'Bitter Harvest', 'Thirteen', 'Terms and Conditions', 'Stealing Fire', 'Fallen', 'Nevermore', 'Demons', 'Join Or Die', 'Red Sky at Morning', 'Perverse Instantiation: Part 1' and 'Perverse Instantiation: Part 2'.
Ninety-seven years after nuclear Armageddon destroyed our planet, humanity's sole survivors live on the Ark, an aging space station experiencing overpopulation and inadequate resources. When faced with difficult choices, the Ark leaders-chief medical officer Abby, Chancellor Jaha and the mysterious Kane-decide to send 100 juvenile prisoners back to Earth to test its living conditions. Among them are Clarke, Abby's bright daughter; Wells, Jaha's son; the daredevil Finn; and siblings Bellamy and Octavia. With the survival of all in their inexperienced hands, The 100 young people must learn to rise above their differences and forge a new path on a wild and dangerous landscape that teems with radioactive waste, turbulent weather and unimaginable predators…or face the ultimate extinction of the human race! --This text refers to an alternate DVD edition.
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After nuclear war, humans escape to space, but due to technical difficulties, the space station can no longer produce enough oxygen. And so, in a world with limited resources, and where you are sentenced to death by airlock for the smallest crime, imprisoned children waiting for their 18th birthdays (and execution), are sent to Earth to see if Earth is again liveable. The hardships they face are many, and they must all work together to find food, shelter, and protect themselves from all kinds of dangers.
At the end of the series they have grown stronger, more mature, and you can't help but have sympathy for even those characters that were obnoxious at the start of the series, as they too have lost so much.
The 100 was one of those unexpected surprises that I totally loved. I assumed it would be full of flat, shallow characters that are young and pretty, but instead, the characters are multi-dimensional, they feel pain and fear, they don't always have perfect hair and make-up, but most importantly, they grow. A LOT!
There might be a lot of young adults in the series, but their characters truly mature during the first season.
I would say this is far better than Vampire Diaries (another YA targeted series), and can highly recommend it to mature audiences.
It is VERY violent, containing graphic scenes of sadistic torture,killings, death, blood, gore etc.
Now this probably won't bother the majority of peeps these days but I will say it because I'm easily affected by watching extreme violence and normally I dislike shows that contain a lot of it for this reason. However, I have been able to continue watching because on a psychological and philosophical level the show fascinates me. It deals with philosophical questions such as 'what makes us who we are' and 'does what we do, however terrible, define us'? I particularly like the fact that, as much as some of the characters long for peace, they are drawn further and further into a war that they never wanted, and subsequently they are often forced to do terrible things that they would never have done before, or would have judged others for doing. This is what keeps me gripped (although I do still have to run forward the really violent bits)!
I really recommend watching this, even if to start with you found yourself groaning and reaching for the 'off' button. I have to admit I nearly did this thinking it was teenage rubbish, but the show offers so much more if you give it (and the characters) a chance.
But with this particular show I did that from the very first episode. And yes there are some things that lack detail. But we still have to take into count that it is a CW show and that they usually are more concentrated on the characters than the plot itself. It's like the plot is there so that the interactions between characters make sense.
And yes there has been many things that were not the most logical. Like sending those kids on earth without any radio. But you can't really know what would it be like to be on the Ark and how would you act, what you could and couldn't do, what you would be able to build and how and how efficient. They needed to know if they could survive on the planet, so they thought that sending those bracelets will be enough. I can't defend their decision, but it made sense for the show and it's script. If they had radio on earth the show would be a different show with different plots. In my eyes they knew how they want the story to develop so they surrounded their decisions around that.
Now let's move on from the fact that the show has few illogical stuff in the plot. There was a lot of remark why do they send 100 kids to earth. Kids who are healthy and can have more children. You have to understand that they only have oxygen for 4 months, so they are sending them there in hope that all of the others can follow and if they would not be able to, they would have to kill a lot of people anyway as they did.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Brilliant. Best of the 3 series released. Great story & clever writingPublished 4 days ago by jamie russell
Terrible acting, and plot, and action and...
Let me also cite a sentence from the intro "I was born on the orbit.. bla bla.. I have never seen the Sun. Read more
This is a really great show that starts off a little slow and stocks to its YA roots but by the middle of season one and definitely by season two the show has cast of its roots and... Read morePublished 13 days ago by daniel fitzpatrick
Really annoyed couldn't access episode 13 through my Amazon Prime membership .... so thought I'd buy it anyway as it was less than £2 but still can't access !!!!Published 28 days ago by Janis Stewart
Just finished watching S1 and thoroughly enjoyed it. Great concept, outstanding acting and extremely believable BUT I won't be watching the rest of the series. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Carole & Clark
I only started watching this because of the good reviews, well I don't know how anyone could rate this boring programme. Poor acting, stupid teenagers, gory gratious violence. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Luther buckhurst
I really enjoy watching this, you never know what is going to happen next. Love it.Published 1 month ago by Lindy