Home » THE 100 Season 4 Set Visit: Interviews With Bob Morley, Eliza Taylor, Richard Harmon, Zach McGowan and Nadia Hilker
In the CW’s drama THE 100, Season 4 is all about the impending nuclear apocalypse as foretold by A.L.I.E. in the Season 3 finale. The effects of the nuclear radiation are quickly felt and the race to find a way to hide and survive becomes imperative. The weight of the “end of the world” ups the ante and the stakes have never been higher. Clarke (Eliza Taylor) cannot keep the nuclear threat a secret for long and she struggles with who to tell and when. Fortunately, Clarke decides quickly that it is too heavy a burden to carry alone and she enlists a few trusted folks with the information of the new enemy that they are faced with — a faceless one that kills without thought or remorse — for, terrifyingly, a nuclear holocaust is an invisible enemy against which the odds are stacked against them in defeating.
In a press interview from the set, stars Bob Morley, Eliza Taylor, Richard Harmon, Zach McGowan and Nadia Hilker talk about the Season 4 impossible struggle to survive, as well as fondly recall a few moments of joy they found in filming such a dark season:
To find out what is next for Skaicru, Ice Nation, and all the other Grounders scattered across the globe as a terrify nuclear threat stalks them throughout this season, tune in all new episodes of THE 100 Wednesdays at 9:00 p.m. on the CW. THE 100 Season 4 premieres on February 1, 2017 on the CW. (Note: These video interviews were done while THE 100 was filming episode 408.)
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