The 100 may have been the last series that The CW rolled out this past Spring, but that doesn’t mean it finished short by any means. The show quickly became “must-see TV,” earning itself a solid following and a quick renewal. But, with only 13-episodes making up its first season, the writers moved hastily through the central story arc, covering a lot of ground between beginning and end.
Although Creator/Executive Producer Jason Rothenberg and his team proved themselves with less, the network has given them an additional 3 episodes this season to work their magic – starting with freeing Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and most of the remaining 100 from the Mountain Men, and reuniting them with their scattered friends.
Season two is gearing up to to be even more intense than what we’ve already seen (if that’s possible), and we simply cannot wait for it. If you didn’t tune in last season, or just want a refresher on some of the finer details, read on for the four main things that you need to know about The 100 before heading into tomorrow’s premiere.