Jason Rothenberg to Write a The 100 Prequel Novel - Which does go back and tells some of the big story points.
I wonder if it will be about life on the Ark (like in the first novel, which was compressed into the pilot + flashbacks) or also about life on the ground. In either case, it bodes well for the future of the series (they woudln't stat such a project if they planned to end it), great news for those craving for more, and those keep whining about plot holes (like myself)
The earth is headed for Apocalypse 2: The Reckoning, and, frankly, there's not much The 100 can do to stop it.
Luck and genetics teamed up to pull humanity through 97 years of fallout, but neither fate nor fortune will smile down upon the last bastions of civilization when The 100 returns this winter. Once the great white hope of the clean energy movement, the world's nuclear reactors will turn toxic in season 4, putting Grounders and Arkers alike on a path to extinction.
The City of Light had enough room for the last vestiges of the human race, but now that ALIE's dream is no more than a faded nightmare, Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and Co. will quickly learn that the warped paradise was perhaps their only hope.
Season 1 was the origin story, season 2 was Mount Weather, season 3 was the AI, and season 4 is 'The Ground Strikes Back [..] link
I can not watch the videos and streams because its "not available in youre country ".
The video is mostly a recap, showing various scenes from the first three seasons.
The narration is: "In the beginning, there was no hope. We were just another generation born to die in space. Then they sent us to the ground. And we found a strength we never knew we had. Strength in ourselves. Strength in each other. Suddenly, we have hope. And we discovered hope is something worth fighting for ... against all odds, against all enemies. And so we fought. We bled. We sacrificed. We killed. And were killed. All for the hope that our future will be better than our past. For the hope that some day the violence will end and we can be free. But now, our enemy isn't something that can be fought. It can't be reasoned with. It can't be killed. It can't be stopped. And so we ask ourselves, when all is lost, can hope survive? Can we survive? And after everything we've done ... do we deserve to?"
The video ends with dark, electrified clouds going through Polis.