The 100 Season 5 picks up six years after the events of the fourth season finale where the world was engulfed in Praimfaya, a wave of nuclear energy that destroyed most life on the planet. Clarke (Eliza Taylor) discovered a crashed ship full of prisoners who will be led by Charmaine Diyoza (Ivana Milicevic) and decide to wage war on Clarke and anyone else who may lay claim to the only piece of liveable land left.
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The 100 returns Tuesday, April 24 at 9/8c on The CW.
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This may not all be news for die-hard fans who spend sleepless nights analyzing tweets and crafting theories, but for those of you who haven’t been obsessively combing the web for updates, here’s what we know so far:
* Let’s start small: The fifth season premieres Tuesday, April 24 at 9/8c.
* The title sequence,
Shannon Kook, best known for playing Zane Park on Degrassi: The Next Generation, will appear in the final episode of Season 5, our sister site Deadline reports, though further details about his character are being kept under wraps for now.
In addition to his work on Degrassi (Seasons 9–11), Kook has also recurred on Freeform’s Shadowhunters and Syfy’s Incorporated.
Premiering on Tuesday, April 24 (The CW, 9/8c), The 100’s fifth season is introducing a slew of
Granted, we don’t know when that’s happening, nor do we have a trailer with which to whet our collective whistle. Fortunately, we do have Jason Rothenberg. The CW drama’s showrunner has been stealth-tweeting screenshots from the Season 5 trailer (release date Tbd), giving us an early look at how our favorite survivors have changed during the major time jump. (Speaking of time jumps, I feel like we could all use one right about now.
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Mike Dopud, most recently seen as Power baddie Jason Micic, has been cast in the CW drama’s upcoming fifth season, our sister site Deadline reports, playing Vinson, one of the prisoners aboard the mysterious ship that landed in the Season 4 finale. Vinson may have the swagger of an upstanding intellectual, but make no mistake — he’s a “ruthless serial killer, terrifying enough to keep even the worst of the criminals on their toes.
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The CW drama has tapped Spanish actor William Miller to join the Season 5 cast in a major — and villainous — recurring role, TVLine has learned exclusively. Per the official character description, Miller’s alter ego, Robert McCreary, “is a mysterious prisoner aboard the long-distance mining mission sent from our time. A former enforcer from a powerful crime syndicate, his ruthless, violent methods make him a formidable antagonist to our heroes.”
Although primarily known for his overseas TV and film work, Miller was on the verge of breaking out Stateside last year when
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Described as a “ruthless military strategist who will go head-to-head” with Clarke & Co., Charmaine’s actions will leave an “indelible legacy,” EW.com reports.
Milicevic’s long list of TV credits include Gotham, Banshee and Eastwick. The 100 Season 5 will premiere at midseason on The CW.
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A reboot of the ‘80s horror franchise, The Howling Reborn stars Terra Nova’s Landon Liboiron as high school senior Will Kidman, whose infatuation with a beautiful classmate begins to trigger certain teenage animal instincts. But when a mysterious woman (Milicevic) with a shocking secret re-enters his life, Will learns that he is heir to a powerful line of werewolves. Now he finds he has a choice to make: succumbing to his primal nature or turning against his own. In order to fight the destiny of his legacy and save the girl of his dreams, he must battle not only his growing blood lust but an army of fearsome beasts hell-bent on killing us all.
Billed as an adaptation of The Howling creator Gary Branders original
Before Edward Nygma fully embraces his Riddler persona, Gotham fans have much to look forward to when Jerome once again walks among the living in tonight’s episode, “Mad City: Smile Like You Mean It.”
Thanks to TV Insider, a fresh batch of images have been released in advance of said episode depicting Jerome acting more Joker-ish than ever before. In addition to sporting a reattached face that is no doubt a nod to the Batman: Death of the Family comic book arc, we see him embrace his inner showman when he dons a ringleader’s outfit for a circus that we can only guess won’t be fun for the whole family.
Actor Cameron Monaghan, the proto-Joker himself, had this to say regarding his highly anticipated return:
“I really can’t wait for people to see it. We have a few different looks [for him]…it looks really great.
In many ways, the episode laid the groundwork for the remainder of season 3, as Mayor Oswald Cobblepot’s reign begins to falter under pressure from Ed Nygma. But without question, it was the long-anticipated return of Jerome Valeska that stole the headlines. Resurrecting the show’s proto-Joker has been long on the cards, but it appears as though Gotham‘s creative team are also leaving the door open for a Harley Quinn cameo appearance further down the line – likely during the season 3 finale.
During an interview with TV Guide, producer John Stephens teased that “we might see [Quinn] in Episode 22,” which will seemingly tee up season 4’s narrative arc. All of this is yet to be confirmed, so don’t go banking on a Harley Quinn cameo in Gotham season 3 just yet.
The Harley Quinn news comes from executive producer John Stephens who told TV Guide, “We might see [her] in Episode 22,” and then teased that the character will be the “launching point” for the main plot of the fourth season of Gotham.
I'm excited and curious to see how Gotham's version of this character will turn out. There's no information on what that might look like, so we'll just have to wait and see.
I also included a promo spot for next week's episode, titled “Smile Like You Mean It,” along with a plot description:
“On the run from Gordon and Bullock, Dwight (guest star David Dastmalchian
"...on the run from 'Gordon' and 'Bullock', 'Dwight' (David Dastmalchian) tries to revive 'Jerome' (Cameron Monaghan)...
"...and, in turn, activates his acolytes around 'Gotham City'.
"Meanwhile, the mother (Ivana Milicevic) of 'Selina' has her intentions in Gotham revealed...
"...while the power play between 'Penguin' and 'Nygma' escalates as plans are set in place..."
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Gotham: Mad City - Smile Like You Mean It"...
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On the run from Gordon and Bullock, Dwight (guest star David Dastmalchian) tries to revive Jerome (guest star Cameron Monaghan) and, in turn, activates his acolytes around Gotham City. Meanwhile, Selina’s mom’s (guest star Ivana Milicevic) intentions in Gotham are revealed, and the power play between Penguin and Nygma escalates as Barbara’s plans are set in place in the all-new “Mad City: Smile Like You Mean It” episode of Gotham airing Monday, Jan. 23 (8:00-9:01 Pm Et/Pt) on Fox. (Gth-313) (TV-14 D, L, V)
Guest Cast: Ivana Milicevic as Maria Kyle, Cameron Monaghan as Jerome Valeska,
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Darkness Prevails On An All-new “Gotham” Monday, January 23, On Fox
On the run from Gordon and Bullock, Dwight (guest star David Dastmalchian) tries to revive Jerome (guest star Cameron Monaghan) and, in turn, activates his acolytes around Gotham City. Meanwhile, Selina’s mom’s (guest star Ivana Milicevic) intentions in Gotham are revealed, and the power play between Penguin and Nygma escalates as Barbara’s plans are set in place in the all-new “Mad City: Smile Like You Mean It” episode of Gotham airing Monday, Jan. 23 (8:00-9:01 Pm Et/Pt) on Fox.
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Drawing 2.2 million total viewers and a 0.6 demo rating (per finals), Supergirl sustained some of the night’s steepest drops, down 19 and 25 percent to series lows. Leading out of that, Jane the Virgin‘s deflowering (970K/0.4) was steady.
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A recurring role, Maria Kyle is described as “a tough-as-nails operator with an arsenal of street smarts,” world-class drifter who’s able to hide her true self behind a variety of personas. A “criminal through and through,” she is willing to use anything and anyone to get what she wants. Her one weakness, however, is
This time around, we’ve got The Real O’Neals throwing shade at HBO, a Lost reference on DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, a very pleasant surprise on The Big Bang Theory and a mic-drop moment on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, courtesy of Potus.
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