The seventh and final season of the sci-fi series The 100 is approaching the end line. There are only two left within the series and each of them will be full of important moments and scenes that can amaze you.
The penultimate episode is titled ‘The dying of the light’ of The 100’ season 7 episode 15 will launch on September 23, 2020, at eight pm ET on the CW.
For most of this episode, we imagined it felt almost cinematic – the show has always been action film quality to endure, and we’re sure the author has probably saved some of the key moments well so far. Read the outline here and watch the promo below.
– CLOSING IN – Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos) mount a desperate rescue mission as the Disciples close in on what they want. Lindsey Morgan, Bob Morley, Richard Harmon, Shannon Kook, JR Bourne, Shelby Flannery and Chuku Modu also star. Ian Samoil directed the episode written by Kim Shumway (#714). Original airdate 9/23/2020.
In our thoughts, don’t be surprised if at the end of this episode there is a cliffhanger that leads to the next episode. it makes perfect sense to have everyone hold their breath to peer the end of the adventure.
What do we expect to The 100 Season 7 Episode 15?
Inside the penultimate episode, we can expect Clark and Octavia to go to a great deal to free Maddie from the evil claws of Shepard and Shadehead. While Clark can go to Bardot to get his daughter back, the Disciples would possibly attempt to use the instant to their gain and continue to combat for something they need.
The team may need to hold their guards up always as the final war draws near. In the meantime, Maddie in Bardot is able to accept Shepard’s request and agree to a scan of his memory. While Shepard can reassure him this will save his friends, we all know how well Bill Cadogan keeps his promises.
however, there is also the possibility that we will meet another death. At this factor, is it any wonder that we are missing some of the main characters we all love? Episode 14 ends with Murphy and Emory trapped inside the rubble of the collapsed ceiling. Whenever Emory could sob from the pain of a serious injury, we can be sure that Murphy can do everything in his power to save her.
In spite of everything this time, it’d be a disgrace if the creators determine to kill off Murphy, one of the best written and played characters on the show. However, after Bellamy’s death, we can’t be sure of anything. It’s a good idea to keep your fingers crossed as we slide through the target.
After all this time, it would be a shame if the creators decide to kill off Murphy, one of the best written and finished characters inside the show. but, after Bellamy’s loss of life, we can’t expect anything. It’s a good idea, just wait for upcoming episodes.
The 100 Season 7 Episode 15 Promo