Articles Posted in the " the 100 " Category

  • Year of the Badass Female Protagonist

    This past year has seen a lot of incredible television.  Some of the best new shows have women protagonists, which is remarkably refreshing given that the majority of the shows in existence tend to be led by men.  Even better, many of these shows have a diverse secondary cast as well, including LGBTQ+, POC, and disabled […]


  • The 100 2×16 Review: Blood Must Have Blood, Part 2

    *stares at blinking cursor for 67 years* I don’t even know how to begin this review. Where do I even start? So much was revealed to us. So much happened. It’s virtually impossible to put my thoughts and feelings on “Blood Must Have Blood, Part 2” into words. I suppose the word of the day […]


  • The 100 2×15 Review: Blood Must Have Blood, Part 1

    Holy jeez, did that just happen? After last night’s episode, I may or may not have spewed a profanity-laced rant at anyone and everyone involved in this show for bringing me down so completely. “Blood Must Have Blood, Part 1” is the penultimate episode of Season 2; in other words, it’s the episode where everything […]


  • POLL: Best New 2014-2015 Show

    There’s been a lot of amazing TV these past few months and we want to know what your favorite is. In order to be eligible for this poll, it had to have premiered between January 2014 and the day this poll began.  Some shows have been fortunate enough to have a second season begin in […]


  • The 100 2×14 Review: Bodyguard of Lies

    Ladies and gentlemen, Clarke Griffin is bisexual! On last night’s episode of The 100, she and Lexa shared a [mutually consensual] kiss, and I feel like starting this review talking about anything else would be ridiculous. Earlier this week a promo featuring the kiss made the rounds and fandom exploded. I was waiting until the episode […]


  • The 100 2×13 Review: Resurrection

    Every episode of The 100 is more intense than the last. This is a show that doesn’t slow down, doesn’t pause. It just keeps building until the only logical conclusion is that everything blows up in your face. Sometimes literally. Last night’s episode, “Resurrection”, would have seemed more at home on HBO than the CW – […]


  • The 100 2×12 Review: Rubicon

    In “Rubicon,” Mount Weather moved forward with their plans to harvest the trapped delinquents with little care for their health or safety, while also planning an attack on the massive inter-tribe war council convened by Clarke and Lexa. Meanwhile, Jaha and his followers are stranded in the Dead Zone with no water or supplies, only […]


  • The 100 2×11 Review: Coup de Grâce

    The 100 has never been a show to pull punches, and this week’s episode was no exception. You knew that it was going to be tense right from the beginning, thanks to a well-edited and brutal opening sequence showing what became of Bellamy in Mount Weather. In true The 100 fashion, it didn’t let up from […]