They discover that some survived the apocalypse: the Grounders, who live in clans locked in a power struggle; the Reapers, another group of Grounders who have been turned into cannibals by the Mountain Men; and the Mountain Men, who live in , descended from those who locked themselves away before the apocalypse. When Lexa refuses clemency, Clarke asks to say goodbye. When the 100 emerge from the dropship, gas grenades drop at their feet, and they all pass out. Roan tells everyone that he is honoring Lexa's coalition. Meanwhile, Clarke leads a group to save a friend. Clarke races to the village, where she explains the danger to Lexa.
Meanwhile, at Mount Weather, Jasper and Monty begin to question the motives of their new friends while Dr. Octavia holds Nyko hostage and leverages him to Indra, the village leader, in order to get Lincoln back. Clarke tells her mother and Kane that they need to go back to Arkadia. McCreary triggers a protocol that will destroy the valley before he's killed by Clarke. In the aftermath of the battle, it turns out that the people Lexa killed to protect Clarke in the City of Light are actually dead, leading the people of Polis to declare both Wanheda and Skaikru their enemies. Draconian measures including capital punishment and population control are the order of the day, as the leaders of the Ark take ruthless steps to ensure their future, including secretly exiling a group of to the Earth's surface to test whether it's habitable.
Raven bursts in, interrupting them, and informs them to get dressed because they're all going to die. They are unable to find it, which leads to the realization that it may be on the mythical 13th station, named Polaris, that got shot out of orbit before joining the rest of The Ark. Archived from on January 19, 2017. Kane attempts to take his own life rather than kill Jaha, but a grounder witness, named , reveals herself to be the Commander and says that she believes their wish for peace is sincere. Abby struggles to help an injured Kane. Clarke is haunted by visions of Finn.
The future is jeopardized by. As punishment for Kara and the guilty Skaikru involved in the coup, Octavia instructs them to fight to the death. Octavia learns from Lincoln that this is his people's way of softening the battlefield. With only 90 minutes before the radioactive pyroclastic wave of the death hits, Clarke decides to stay behind to climb to the top of an antenna tower to realign the dish in order to program power for the Ark prior to launch. On The Ark, Abby and Raven go to great lengths to acquire a , but Kane finds out and has Abby arrested. Meanwhile, a mysterious virus strikes camp, forcing many to be quarantined. The series, developed by , is loosely based on the by.
Bellamy and Charlotte take refuge from the fog; he comforts her when she has a nightmare. Lexa allows Clarke's return to Arkadia to tell Bellamy and the others to step down. Kane struggles to keep the peace. Clarke and Bellamy have very different opinions on how to handle his return. After the show was picked up to series, filming occurred for the first season between August 2013 and January 2014.
Abby, Octavia, Miller, and Harper stage an elaborate rescue, with last-minute help from Monty, whose betrayal of Pike is covered up by his mother. Season 2 premiered on January 8, 2015. Meanwhile, on the Ark, Abby is removed from the council and former Chancellor Diana Sydney takes her place. As Kane recites the Skaikru prayer, Jaha dies of his injuries. Jaha and Abby notice a signal and realize at least some of the 100 must still be alive on Earth. Diyoza interviews the Wonkru defectors to determine their use and trustworthiness.
Meanwhile, the situation on the Ark comes to a stunning conclusion. Abby gathers information from an unlikely source and prepares for a fight. When another clan's ambassador challenges her, Echo suddenly beheads her to assert Azgeda's authority and instructs the Grounders to keep Skaikru in Polis. A year later, Commander Shumway convinces Bellamy to assassinate Jaha, in exchange for a place on the dropship with his sister. On The Ark, Abby is released but is removed from the Council.
Murphy quickly realizes that the situation is deteriorating and takes the gun, deciding that Emori was right and that they're better off on their own. A Skaikru rebel stages a coup and locks several Skaikru members in the farm area. Clarke watches the passengers de-board the ship, where they roam the area and almost kill Madi, before Clarke jumps in. At Arkadia, Jasper and Bellamy get into an argument when Jasper and other like-minded youth of the original 100 want to stay behind to celebrate the end of the world, while Bellamy wants to lead the remainder of Arkadia's 400-plus population to the shelter before the death wave arrives in less than six days and wipes out all life. Meanwhile, Jasper agrees to participate in a risky experiment, Lincoln enters a world of pain, and President Dante Wallace issues a warning. The rocket's launch is successful, and Raven spacewalks to the Ark to dock the rocket pod.
They go after Finn and Murphy. Monty mysteriously disappears after hearing a strange signal on their hand radios. After being drugged, they awaken aboard a disused oil rig and meet Luna of the 'boat people' clan, who refuses to take the Flame. Filming for the fourth season commenced on August 2, 2016, and concluded on January 18, 2017. The fifth season currently has a 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes with an average of 8. When Abby is successful in curing Lincoln, Lexa grants Clarke the truce but demands Finn's execution for the massacre before it can begin. Octavia helps Jasper get over his fear of going outside.
For the second season, see. Jaha attempts to help a grieving Grounder, but she rejects him. Clarke escapes by killing her guard and runs. For the 100 young people on Earth, however, the alien planet they've never known is a mysterious realm that can be magical one moment and lethal the next. . Meanwhile, Murphy finds his way to the mansion and discovers a very different Jaha on a very different mission.