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Raven (Lindsey Morgan) and Murphy (Richard Harmon), who have remained behind on board the Eligius to keep a close watch on the hundreds of prisoners left in cryo-sleep, learn a little more about their formidable new threat. Raven, curious and concerned for her people, pulls up Diyoza’s file and shares some distressing facts.

“She was something they called a Navy SEAL,” Raven reads, as headlines about Diyoza appear on screen behind Murphy. “She became a terrorist. Bombing campaigns, assassinations. At the time of her arrest, she was the most wanted criminal in the world.” In other words, Diyoza will be a formidable enemy for Bellamy to face — even if they’re holding Diyoza’s fellow ex-cons hostage. “We’re threatening to kill her people,” Murphy wryly observes. “What could go wrong?” Spoiler alert: plenty.

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TELEVISION PRODUCTIONS > THE 100 > SEASON 5 > SCREENCAPS > 5X01 – EDEN




The 100 launches Season 5 on Tuesday, April 24 at 9 pm — the week after Black Lightning wraps its freshman run.

No trailer yet. Per Mark Pedowitz the trailer will be released in March.

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4. Raven Reyes (The 100)

Raven saves her own life. Through the mechanic expertise she built while growing up on the ship, Raven figures out a way.

She stretches her mind to extraordinary heights to imagine that she can re-start her own heart after forcing herself to pseudo-die in order to rid her body of Allie’s control. The rest of us are barely making it over hump day.

The adventures on The 100 often take a delightfully science fiction route, but Raven Reyes continually gives us a rebellious, feminist, and sleek vision of survival against odds.

Importantly, Raven is also a depiction of managing the social and emotional impacts a disability can have on a person. Raven is an inter-sectional representation on our TV screens.

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