The 100 Season 6 is almost upon us, and The CW has finally unveiled the official poster for the new season.
Yes, there's still no trailer, but the poster is freaking awesome!
There's a lot of colors thrown into extravagant key art, but the hero of this narrative, Clarke Griffin is shown on the poster twice.
Both times, however, she appears as a shadow-like figure looking down at the new planet our heroes will be taking up residence on when the series returns.
There's even a catchy tagline thrown in for good measure!
"Face your demons."
It all sounds ominous, but it could suggest that Clarke is going to feel the weight of the world on her shoulders as she tries to lead these people in a new land.
As you will recall, The 100 Season 5 wrapped our heroes going to sleep for 125 years with the aim of saving themselves from certain death.
When Clarke and Bellamy woke up, they learned that Monty and Harper decided to forego the sleep with the aim of making sure their friends survived to thrive in the new world.
Yes, that meant they were dead by the time our heroes woke up from their slumber. They even had a son named Jordan, an ode to their fallen friend, Jasper Jordan.
Something tells us Clarke, Bellamy, and everyone else will spend the rest of their existence living every day like it's their last thanks to Monty and Harper.
What we do know is that The 100 Season 6 will, once again, span 13 episodes, and it will begin airing on Tuesday, April 30 at 9/8c.
That means it will be running all the way through the summer, The 100 Fanatics!
As for whether there will be a seventh season, there are rumors that it has quietly been renewed.
CW boss, Mark Pedowitz previously revealed at TCA that the show's future was not confirmed.
"[Jason Rothenberg, the show's EP] does have a really good idea for his seventh season," Pedowitz said. "We'll see where we're at, that's a May thing."
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