After that explosive ending to The 100 Season 5, where Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and Bellamy (Bob Morley) found out that they were not heading back down to earth after a quick cry0-sleep nap but down to a new planet across the galaxies, fans are unsurprisingly hungry for Season 6 spoilers. We may not have spoilers, but we officially have our first behind-the-scenes photos from the new season!

Showrunner Jason Rothenberg tweeted out shots of the cast filming Season 6, and he's making us seriously nostalgic for the early days of the show. The first photo is of Taylor and Morley, and the caption reads, "Welcome to the new world. To the new world. Welcome to the new world," which is a cute play on the lyrics of Imagine Dragons "Radioactive," the song originally used in the pilot episode when the kids first made it down to Earth. The second photo is a cute shot of Taylor and Tasya Teles, who plays Echo, together, and the third photo shows Murphy (Richard Harmon), Echo, Emori (Luisa D'Oliveira), Miller (Jarod Joseph), Jackson (Sachin Sahel) and Shaw (Jordan Bolger) looking ready to take on this new, mysterious planet.

So far, these photos give nothing too spoilery away except that Murphy (Richard Harmon) appears to be back on his feet after his substantial injuries from the finale (phew!), and the rest of the gang seems to have made it through cryo-sleep no worse for the wear. Oh, and that Bellarke should definitely rock the windblown look more often!

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The 100 will return in 2019 to The CW.

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