The apocalyptic series will say goodbye to SYFY from its followers with this new and latest installment.
The 100, the apocalyptic series par excellence, is going to say goodbye to the public with its seventh season and the date of its premiere has already been confirmed. It will be next June 15 at SYFY India when we can start this latest installment and prepare to give the final goodbye to this fiction.
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The title created by Jason Rothenberg has been one of the lucky few to be able to finish filming each and every one of the chapters; before the rest of the world is quarantined for the coronavirus. However, like the rest of the other series, the episodes will be broadcast in the original version with subtitles.
Season 6 of The 100 left the protagonists again against the sword and the wall. Sanctum is free for them, but Anamolía, that mysterious green mist, has turned his world upside down again and has taken Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos) to leave a new character; Hope (Shelby Flannery), the daughter of Diyoza (Ivana Miličević). Bellamy (Bob Morley) loses her brother again and Clarke (Eliza Taylor) will have to continue proving that she is the leader that her people need.
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SYFY will be in charge of premiering The 100 in India and will do so with the broadcast of the first two episodes on June 15 at 10:00 p.m. After each screening, Season 7 episodes will be available for 30 days on-demand service from each operator.