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The 100’s fans are eagerly waiting the French release of Season 7, which will be available next September on SYFY France. The final season is airing in the US and according to Lindsey Morgan, aka Raven, the upcoming episodes might not please everyone.
Fans have to prepare themselves: the end of the post-apocalyptic series might not be for everyone according to Lindsey Morgan, aka Raven. Serieously interviewed the actress to talk about the latest round of episodes, including the finale set to air this summer in the United States. And while many series’ seasons finales have disappointed the fans, The 100’s may be no exception, according to the actress.
American star we gave a Serieously Award last year said, “I have to be honest, when I have had read the script for the last episode, I cried a lot. But not only for the story being told, also because a page turns, after 7 seasons and 100 episodes ”.
A bittersweet finale according to Lindsey Morgan
So, according to Lindsey, will fans like the series finale? “It’s hard to say,” Raven’s actress confesses. She adds, “Let’s say the finale is bittersweet and clearly not everyone will like it. I know the fans have high expectations, some want to see particular storlinyes unraveled, others are hoping for something else… so inevitably not everyone will like it. But for me, I am satisfied, I think that we will offer a good end to our fanbase”.
While many fans are worried about Raven since Episode 3 aired, Lindsey Morgan is expected to appear in nearly every episode of the season. However, it remains to be seen which characters are at risk of dying by the end… because there will undoubtedly be many of them.
The 100 season 7 should be broadcast at the start of the next school year on SYFY France… Be a little more patience to discover the final episodes of the cult teen-series!
For six seasons, The 100 have fought to survive against unimaginable odds. In the seventh and final season, these heroes are faced with obstacles that they’ve never before had to confront, including that of time. Pushed to their physical and emotional limits, they come to terms with decisions they have made throughout the years and find answers to questions not only about themselves but also about what it means to live–and not just survive. To find out what’s in store this final season and how their journey may end, join series stars Marie Avgeropoulos, Lindsey Morgan, Richard Harmon, Tasya Teles, Shannon Kook, JR Bourne, Shelby Flannery, and creator/executive producer Jason Rothenberg for their final Comic-Con appearance.
The magazine entirely devoted to TV, hosts its 11th annual gathering of stars we adore from across the television galaxy to trade stories of fan encounters, backstage tales and the importance of representation for fans of every walk of life. This year’s don’t-miss lineup, moderated by TVGM senior writer Damian Holbrook, includes Hale Appleman (The Magicians), Lindsey Morgan and Richard Harmon (The 100), Robbie Amell (Upload), Kennedy McMann (Nancy Drew), Alex Newell (Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist), Jeri Ryan (Star Trek: Picard), Harvey Guillen (What We Do in the Shadows), Chris Chalk (Perry Mason) and Ashleigh Murray (Riverdale, Katy Keene).
“Raven” herself,Lindsey Morgan, directed the July 1 episode ofThe 100which is called“The Queen’s Gambit”— no relation to anything fromArrow.
Here’s how The CW describes the episode; hopefully we’ll have some photos soon.
LINDSEY MORGAN DIRECTS THE EPISODE – Emori (guest star Luisa d’Oliveira) tries to heal Sanctum’s old familial wounds while Echo (Tasya Teles), Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos) and Diyoza (guest star Ivana Milicevic) struggle with new ones.Please don’t put screen grabs of KSiteTV posts on Twitter and link to the article instead.Eliza Taylor, Bob Morley, Lindsey Morgan, Shannon Kook, JR Bourne, Shelby Flannery and Chuku Modu also star.Lindsey Morgan directed the episode written by Miranda Kwok (#707).Original airdate 7/1/2020.
For several seasons of The 100, it seemed like Raven Reyes (Lindsey Morgan) getting tortured was as much of a constant as Clarke Griffin (Eliza Taylor) pulling levers. Raven suffered through losing the use of her leg, then she was possessed by ALIE, then she was subjected to her brain deteriorating, then she struggled with her semi-adoptive mother causing her injury to obtain painkillers (tearfully and apologetically, but nonetheless).
Though The 100 is always coming up with new ways to cause its characters pain, Raven — despite her brilliance and razor-sharp wit — seemed to traditionally get the worst of it, no matter what “it” was. Season 5 at least gave her a brief flicker of happiness, but could Season 6 allow Raven a little less suffering and a little more joy?
We chatted with Lindsey Morgan about Raven’s relationship with Miles Shaw (Jordan Bolger), what Raven thinks of Abby Griffin (Paige Turco) in the aftermath of that heartbreaking addiction storyline, and Raven’s mindset as she heads to a new planet for the second time.
I know you had been saying you hoped Raven would be happy. Was it nice to see that and be playing that, for parts of Season 5?
Lindsey Morgan: Yeah! Unfortunately we didn’t get to see too much of Spacekru, but the idea of it was nice. I think she found some happiness with Shaw. I think Shaw became a silver lining in the dark, dark gloomy world of The 100. So that was an unexpected joy, for her.
As for Raven and Shaw — how did you feel about Raven’s new romance?
It was an unexpected delight, essentially. Shaw’s very special to her because I don’t think Raven ever feels that understood, because she is so technically smart and so interested in science and mechanics. To find a kindred spirit who is involved the way she is, that’s special, to her. They can go toe-to-toe and connect through that.
But also, Shaw is a very good, moral person. He has a very good heart, and that’s very important to Raven. She respects him for that. And he happened to be there during one of her most difficult times, with her loss of Abby as a surrogate mother. He was there, and he saw her and knew her pain. Some people might say it happened fast, but I think when you find a twin flame in that sense, you’re bonded. You’re deeply connected without needing that much time.
You mentioned Abby — does Raven forgive her for what she did? How is Raven feeling about Abby going forward?
That was a hard one. That was a hard one because Abby conflicts Raven so deeply, with her values. Raven’s always going to protect the ones she loves, and Abby is dear to her. But Raven will not stand for poor behavior, and Abby broke her heart when she became addicted. Raven had lived through that with her mother. When Abby started acting like that, Raven had two choices: to either revert back to childhood, or to stand her ground and be the adult that she has built for herself — the strength and heart she has built for herself. She chose that.
She chose to not enable her, and essentially refused to participate in the behavior. In doing so, it pushed her away, and they were done. But it still weighs [on her], and that’s the problem when you love someone with that disease. She wrestles a lot with how she approaches her, what she’s going to do and you’re really going to see that happen in Season 6, the ramifications of that.