The 100 (2014– )
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97 years after a nuclear war, human kind is living in space. 100 juvenile delinquents are sent down to Earth to see if the planet is habitable.



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Prisoners are sent down to Earth 97 years after humans had left the planet after a nuclear fall-out. They're sent from a space station where humans now live, but they do not have resources and supplies to live and survive in space station much longer. The 100 are therefore used in order to determine if Earth is habitable once more, the 100 must learn to adapt to their new surroundings quickly but factions begin to emerge amongst the 100 and not everyone is playing ball. Written by Andrew Skinner

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Drama | Mystery | Sci-Fi


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19 March 2014 (USA)  »

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Clarke: [narrating] I felt the sun on my face. I see trees all around me, scented wildflowers on a breeze. It's so beautiful. In this moment I'm not stranded in space. It's been 97 years since a nuclear apocalypse killed everyone on earth, leaving the planet simmering in radiation. Fortunately there were survivors. Twelve nations had operational space stations at the time of the bombs. There is now only the ark, one station forged from the many. We're told the earth needs another hundred ...
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Written by Alexander Grant, Ben McKee, Joshua Mosser, Daniel Platzman, Dan Reynolds, and Wayne Sermon
Performed by Imagine Dragons
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Cool SF, but dumb writing, and teens
24 April 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

SF about how humanity's sole survivors were on space stations for 100 years after Earth was rendered uninhabitable by nuclear war. The stations are failing, so criminals (juveniles) are being sent to Earth prematurely and desperately. Teens are so handy for TV, people like to look at them, and dramatic conflict can be easily stirred up on the pretence of immaturity. Excessive drama is not just excused, but mandated, to seem realistic. Anyway, the forest was gorgeous, but with startling and unexpected elements, the girls were pretty, I liked the concept. But there was quite a bit that was just bone dumb. For instance, the stations are running out of time, in their desperately closed ecosystem, so they execute people, for any misdemeanour, by flushing them, alive, with their bodies full of water and nutrients, out into space along with an airlock full of air.

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