The 100 season 6 has just been ordered by The CW.
Fans had been concerned about the show’s future but all those worries have finally been alleviated.
President of The CW Mark Pedowitz has even said that there are plans for a potential seventh season.
When will The 100 season 6 be released?
No details have emerged of a release date but it is pretty likely to drop sometime in spring 2019.
The previous two seasons were released in January and February, so it’s likely season six will be out in the first half of next year.
Who is in the cast of The 100 season 6?
Pending any major deaths in season five, it is expected that most of the core cast members will be returning for season six.
Eliza Taylor is set to return as lead Clarke Griffin.
Other major cast members expected to return include Marie Avgeropoulos as Octavia Blake, Bob Morley as Bellamy Blake and Christopher Larkin as Monty Green.
Henry Ian Cusick will be back as Marcus Kane and Isaiah Washington will be back as Thelonious Jaha.
Season six is expected to continue to draw some inspiration from the books.
However, there was a massive time jump between seasons four and five which proved popular with fans so perhaps will accelerate time again for season six.
Rothernberg previously said: “I love these characters and this world so much that it’s fresh for me every year.”
He told Nerdist: “We tell a different story every year so we don’t get bored with it. I still have an end story in mind, but I don’t know when that end is going to be and I feel very, very confident that I’ll get to tell it eventually.”