A new extended trailer dropped ahead of The 100 season 4 premiere. Although the world ending is far from a good thing, the new trailer appears more hopeful than the first one.
The initial trailer for the season was mainly dark and serious. Given its premise, it was natural for it to be so. Synopsis of the season 4 premiere details the following:
“Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and her friends struggle with how to proceed after the fate of the world is revealed. Paige Turco, Bob Morley, Marie Avgeropoulos, Devon Bostick, Lindsey Morgan, Christopher Larkin, Richard Harmon, Zach McGowan, Isaiah Washington and Henry Ian Cusick also star.”
The weight of how the first trailer starts becomes clear immediately. As it opens, a voice over says “the end is coming”. Further explanation details that events this season may well reflect what happened in The 100 season 3 finale.
Reminiscent of how Earth was devastated 97 years before the show was set comes another nuclear crisis. According to ALIE, nuclear power plants that made it out from destruction are slowly melting. This will render Earth uninhabitable.
However, despite ALIE’s warning, Clarke end her anyway. Now, it’s becoming more clear that Clarke and the rest of the gang will find out for themselves how true ALIE’s words were.
An upbeat tone for The 100 season 4 premiere extended trailer
Nevertheless, the new trailer for the upcoming season is more upbeat. As per Nerdist, the music on this one has “some fun, upbeat music to bop around to”.
Does this mean Clarke and company will be alright? With the show’s history, there will certainly be more challenges along the way. The greatest one of these challenges is to find a way not only for themselves, but also for the rest of the human race, to survive.
Apart from Taylor, The 100 cast includes Turco as Abby Griffin, Morley as Bellamy Blake, and Avgeropoulos as Octavia Blake, among others. Catch The 100 season 4 premiere tis February 1 on The CW. For more updates on the show before it premieres, check back with us.
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