For quite some time the CW was a hit or miss type network, they had become known for producing widely popular teen drama series and as much as I hate to admit it… I am no longer a teen.
The 100, which take places 97 years after a nuclear Armageddon wipes out the majority of humanity and the only known survivors are sent back to Earth from their failing space station to see if its inhabitable.
McKenzie MorrellCurrently working at a Literary Publicity Firm as a tech nerd and Producer. This show deserves so many awards, as does Elixa Taylor for her acting, but it won’t happen because sci-fi is looked down upon, especially on the CW.
I like that everyone has to face the moral consequences of their decisions, and that the strength of these women is sometimes just being able to keep going after some really horrible shit.
I think the fans are also a part of it, and how they come together to do good in the world (The100Charity), not just to talk about the show. The journey to the ground sets in motion a battle for survival and is one of the only shows on television that has me enthusiastically at the edge of my seat each week.
Clarke (Eliza Taylor), Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos), Raven (Lindsey Morgan), Abby (Paige Turco) and Lexa (Alycia Debnam-Carey) are pretty damn amazing in their own right. From the rugged-wear of the Grounders to the battle bruises on almost all of the leads every other week, I just love the look of The 100. Don’t get me wrong, the entire The 100 cast (especially the ladies) are beyond amazing. They see the value of interacting with fans and no matter what the opinion is they try and answer their viewers as frequently as possible. Holly mother, those two actresses are absurdly talented…and together, sharing the same screen, its like an inescapable magnetic field.
I would completely agree that in addition to their strength in making the tough choices, these women are layered characters and their complexity is noteworthy. When I originally wrote this post the lovely folks at The 100 Charity Project didn’t exist. It took me a while to get back on the CW boat– shows like Jane the Virgin acting as the glue in a shattered relationship with one of my main sources for entertainment.

The 100 has been compared to phenomenons such as The Hunger Games or Lost, but I can attest that this show surpasses many of its predecessors. They not only crush stereotypes of what women should be but they have exhibited a strength that young girls can undoubtedly look up to.
Jason Rothenberg (Creator) and Kim Shumway (Writer) should get medals for all the live-tweeting, question fielding they do on Twitter (and Tumblr). I really loved Kyra Snyder's answers : just what we needed to tease us for the upcoming episodes and no spoilers !
The acting chops on this girl– man, it can only be understood by watching the show (hint, hint).
Even when the fans are rabid demanding blood for this twist or that turn they gracefully engage in an often calm debate with those oh so passionate about the show.
I recently worked at World Wrestling Entertainment as the Intern Online Content Editor, NBC Universal for both The Steve Wilkos and The Jerry Springer Show, and at Red 7 Media where I created content both online and in print for the company's various publications. And every single moment of it is utterly fascinating in its character development repercussions, its intensity and its effect on their relationship. Well McKenzie that’s all well and good but why should we be running to watch this series? There’s a softness yet strength to her performance as Clarke that you need to see with your own eyes. They listen to the audience but don’t deviate from the original plan, and what a plan they have. I applaud its creator Jason Rothenberg for developing such a captivating, engaging and originally spun series.
At any given point you either wanna be Clarke, be her best friend, date her, or destroy her.

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