14 Things That Will Shape Season 4 of The 100

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That’s right The 100 fans, the season 4 premiere is only days away so I’m counting down some moments that’ll seriously influence where this show is going.

It’s been a long hiatus for this fandom, and if you’re anything like me then you’ve rewatched each season of The 100 meticulously and carefully multiple times now. I’ve laughed and I’ve cried (okay, mostly I’ve cried…) and I’m no where near ready for the emotional roller coaster of what’s about to come this season, but I’m excited for it anyway.

I recently attended Unity Days in Vancouver, a convention strictly dedicated to The 100 and the fans, and I’ll be completely honest when I say it was the best weekend of my life. You can check out their site here for more information and for the possibility of a next year. Guests included stars like Eliza Taylor (Clarke), Bob Morley (Bellamy), Lindsey Morgan (Raven), Richard Harmon (Murphy), Christopher Larkin (Monty), Chelsey Reist (Harper), Katie Stuart (Monroe), Jarod Joseph (Miller), Sachin Sahel (Jackson), Luisa d’Oliveira (Emori), Tasya Teles (Echo), and Jessica Harmon (Niylah).

While I was there, we got a little insight into what’s to come. It seems as though Echo and Niylah will both have critical roles in the upcoming episodes. Harper and Miller have both been upgraded to season regulars so Reist and Joseph are sure to have more screen time as well. And of course, there’s that impending threat of the end of the world. You know, nuclear radiation and all that junk.  So the question remains, do they survive or do they live? Each character seems to have their own answer to that.

To prepare us for season 4, let’s go over some critical moments for character and plot line development that we just can’t forgot, starting from the very beginning.