The 100

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" gives "The 100 - Season 6" a 7."
Written by on 7 December 2019.
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The 100 - Season 6

200 years after the ultimate sacrifice made by Monty and Harper, Clarke and Bellamy awaken from cryogenic sleep. Eventually, the others are also woken up. After all these years they have arrived at a new planet and thus they're curious if the planet is habitable or not. The sixth season pretty much starts in the same way it all did at first.

This planet isn't without its own threats and it doesn't take long for a scouting party to figure that out. They also find a dome, which appears to be protecting something. This made me think of 'Under the Dome', and I was really hoping that this show would not turn into Under the Dome 2.0. Once they get inside the dome, they find a whole civilization. Oddly enough, the entire city appears to be deserted, as if something has wiped everything out. The small group of explorers (which includes Clarke, Bellamy and Murphy) discover and later experience the reason why the village has been deserted. People who walk into the sunlight will start to behave aggressively. Something that, luckily, the inhabitants have documented. And thus they can prepare for what is to come.

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After the effects of the red sun have worn off, the inhabitants of the older civilization start to emerge. First all the children and then the adults. The two groups are starting to get to know each other and shortly after that the discussion whether or not Clarke and her group can stay, begins. The other option is to leave the dome, which is where all the danger is. Luckily, they can stay, but then, the group starts wondering. Are the leaders (the primes) really who they say they are, or are they hiding a big secret? And why do the Children of Gabriel live outside the dome? But mainly: why are the Children of Gabriel the big enemies of the Primes and why do they want to kill them? So just like on earth (which is now uninhabitable), this earth - oh wait, it's a moon- has two opposing groups.

The big problem of The 100 is that it all starts to become a bit repetitive, despite new enemies in the woods, dangers and such. Some shows can still be interesting after ten seasons, but unfortunately most start to become tedious after a few. The same applies to The 100. Next to the aforementioned repetition, it's just not that exciting any more. There wasn't a whole lot this season that came as a surprise. I actually had to struggle through, as I wasn't able to stay focused while watching. For these reasons I find it difficult to understand why this show is so popular. Nonetheless, The 100 will end soon, as the upcoming seventh season will be the last.
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