After getting the Second Dawn living situation under control, fans can expect a lot from the fourth season of “The 100.”

Last week’s episode gave glimpses of all of the main characters. It seems that there will be several situations where Raven has to struggle for survival. Also, Bellamy’s quest to reunite with Octavia is what makes the show interesting. Yesterday, a new clip arrived online, showing the main villains of the show.

“The 100” features Eliza Taylor as Griffin, Paige Turco as Abigail, Thomas McDonell as Finn, Eli Goree as Jaha, Bob Morley as Blake, Marie Avgeropoulos as Octavia, Kelly Hu as Callie, Christopher Larkin as Monty, Devon Bostick as Jasper, Isaiah Washington as Thelonious, Henry Cusick as Marcus, Lindsey Morgan as Raven, Ricky Whittle as Lincoln, Richard Harmon as Murphy, and Zach McGowan as Roan.

Only two episodes for the fourth season remain, and the tension is high. If you are eager to know more about what will be the fate of Murphy, Roan, Marcus, Jasper, and Monty, you should tune into The CW on Wednesday at 9:00 p.m. EST.

The American science fiction drama

“The 100” is one of the most famous science fiction sitcoms of the United States. The first season premiered in March 2014, on The CW. The series is created by Jason Rothenberg, based on a 2013 book of the same name by Kass Morgan.

The story revolves around a group of teens: Eliza Taylor, Bob Morley, Marie Avgeropoulos, Devon Bostick, Christopher Larkin, Lindsey Morgan, Thomas McDonell, and Eli Goree, who land the surface of Earth from an unknown spaceship.

The Ark has returned to the planet after a devastating nuclear apocalypse with some evil missions in his mind. In April 2016, The CW renewed “The 100” for the 13-episode fourth season.

Broadcast and critical response

In Canada, the show was licensed exclusively to Netflix. In New Zealand, “The 100” premieres on TVNZ's on-demand video streaming service, and in the United Kingdom and Ireland, it premieres on E4.

The first episode was viewed by over 1.2 million people worldwide. The second season premiered in January 2015 and averaged 1,218,000 viewers, while the third season premiered in February 2016.

On Rotten Tomatoes, the first season has an approval rating of 73% based on 104 reviews, and the second season holds a score of 6 out of 10 based on 203 critics. On Metacritic, the first season has scored 62 out of 100 points based on 17 reviews, while the second season met a favorable rating of 67% based on 100 critics.