It's finally here! The official trailer for The 100 Season 7 has dropped, and it's just as insane as we knew it would be. We've poured over every frame of the trailer to pick out any potential spoilers, and while most of it is too cryptic do decipher, we do have some thoughts!
The Season 6 finale left Octavia's (Marie Avgeropoulos) fate up in the air but based on the trailer, it looks like we're definitely going to get to see her lost time within the Anomaly. While most shots of her could be flashbacks, there are a couple we're keeping our eye on. Most specifically, the scene where she appears to be telling Bellamy (Bob Morley) that she can't let him die to save her could definitely be post stabbing! Another less certain clip has three faces pressed against a glass door. One is obviously Clarke (Eliza Taylor), and we're fairly certain another is Hope (Shelby Flannery), but the third could definitely be Octavia. If she's sharing a scene with those two, it could she'll live to fight another day.
In other news, it looks like Clarke (Eliza Taylor) may have finally lost it, calling for Russell's blood to a very unstable Sanctum. Did she overthrow a despot only to become one herself? Either way, she should keep a close eye on Madi (Lola Flanery), considering one shot of the trailer has a manic-looking Russell clutching her bloody face. Could he be out for revenge for his family?
Other snippets from the trailer include a curious white room that's giving us major Mount Weather vibes, Raven's (Lindsey Morgan) realization that the Anomaly is actually a wormhole that leads "everywhere," a sick new haircut for Echo (Tasya Teles), and a terrifying shot of Murphy (Richard Harmon) with a gun to his head. Let's just hope he gets his cockroach on and survives that too!
This is sure shaping up to be a hell of a final season. Showrunner Jason Rothenberg announced last year that the series would end after Season 7, telling TV Guide he had a specific ending in mind for the series. "I hope [fans will] be satisfied," Rothenberg said. "I am satisfied. I think it's a pretty powerful, emotional ending."
We're certainly in for a wild ride as we reach the end of The 100's journey!
The 100 returns Wednesday, May 20 at 8/7c.