The 100 will not return to The CW network until January 2017. However, there are still some spoilers for Season 4 that are being released. After last season, fans are wondering if Jaha can be redeemed. Well, it seems that he can, but it certainly will not be an easy or quick task.

Jaha's actions in Season 3 of 'The 100'

Last season, Jaha was the first to meet Alie, the artificial intelligence entity who planned on saving humanity by destroying it. He worked hard to convert others to join the mission.

Toward the end of the season, Isaiah Washington's character managed to get most of Arkadia to help the A.I. It was up to Clarke to save everyone and afterward, everyone remembered that Jaha was the main man who started the chaos.

Jaha to be redeemed in Season 4 of 'The 100'

In a video interview, Washington teased that it will be interesting how Jaha is redeemed and regains followers. More recently, it was hinted that Jaha will be forgiven. However, it will not be an easy road and the character will have a lot of soul-searching to do in the process.

The theme of 'The 100' Season 4 and how it affects Jaha

The theme of the upcoming season of The CW series is the nuclear disaster. Alie told Clarke that in six months, most of the Earth would be uninhabitable due to the melting power plants. Fans are not sure if she was telling the truth. However, Instagram posts from the writers of the TV show indicate a lot of scientific formulas, so it seems that it will be the main storyline.

How can Jaha be forgiven when 'The 100' returns?

In order to be redeemed, Jaha is going to have to do a lot to make up for what he did. He nearly killed everyone by siding with Alie. This isn't the type of situation that the Sky Crew can forgive and forget. He will probably sacrifice himself to save others or come up with a way to rescue everyone from the nuclear disaster. Perhaps there are other possibilities, too, but fans won't know until the show comes back next year.

What do you think of Jaha's future in The 100? Can he be redeemed and if so, how and why will it occur?

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